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I rec'd an email from this today, looks prettty good, has anyone seen this film?
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It's great! Lot's of goog Tim O'bien interviews and the guys from Buddy Merium and backroads. About 2/3 was filmed at Grey Fox and 1/3 at IBMA. That was the year where
we(i was there) got 8" of rain overnight. The camera men had to be on stage because of all the rain. This made the filming unique. Great shots of the performers and lots of shots looking up the instrument's neck. Chris Thile really is burning it up rocking back and forth ala bush.
Just got my copy today and it is well worth the money. Good interviews and film work. It is one of those films that you could give to a young person and inspire them to play or maybe bring back some old memories for those of us in the middle.
I just watched this DVD last night and really like it. Well worth the $$. Great production work and great digital sound. Really captured the "feel" of a festival.
...two snaps and a flip....I loved it...well worth the price...esp. T. Rice playing Shenandoah....the man is just something else...