Stanley Hill Dr. - Kyle Eastwood - From There To Here (CD, Album)

Eastwood directed and scored the crime drama Mystic Rivera film dealing with themes of murder, vigilantism and sexual abuse and starring Sean PennKevin Bacon and Tim Robbins. Clint is a true artist in every respect.

Despite his years of being at the top of his game and the legendary movies he has made, he always made us feel comfortable and valued on the set, treating us as equals. The following year, Eastwood found further critical acclaim with Million Dollar Baby. Scott of The New York Times lauded the film as a "masterpiece" and the best film of the year. The first, Flags of Our Fathersfocused on the men who raised the American flag on top of Mount Suribachi and featured the film debut of Eastwood's son Scott.

This was followed by Letters from Iwo Jimawhich dealt with the tactics of the Japanese soldiers on the island and the letters they wrote home to family members. Letters from Iwo Jima was the first American film to depict a war issue completely from the view of an American enemy.

Eastwood next directed Changelingbased on a true story set in the late s. Angelina Jolie stars as a woman reunited with her missing son only to realize he is an impostor. Eastwood ended a four-year "self-imposed acting hiatus" [] by appearing in Gran Torino alsowhich he also directed, produced and partly scored with his son Kyle and Jamie Cullum.

Biographer Marc Eliot called Eastwood's role "an amalgam of the Man with No Name, Dirty Harry, and William Munnyhere aged and cynical but willing and able to fight on whenever the need arose". Roberts as Ruben Kruger. In the Eastwood-directed Hereafterhe again worked with Matt Damon, who portrayed a psychic.

The film had its world premiere on September 12,at the Toronto International Film Festival and had a limited release later in October. Eastwood directed J. Edgara biopic of FBI director J. Edgar Hooverwith Leonardo DiCaprio in the title role. Edgar is so shapeless and turgid and ham-handed, so rich in bad lines and worse readings". Robert Lorenzwho worked with Eastwood as an assistant director on several films, directed the film. Everybody wonders why I continue working at this stage.

I keep working because there's always new stories. And as long as people want me to tell them, I'll be there doing them.

Republicanswho claimed it implied that President Barack Obama deserved a second term. It was meant to be a message about job growth and the spirit of America. Eastwood next directed Jersey Boysa musical biography based on the Tony Award -winning musical. The film told the story of the musical group The Four Seasons. On May 24,it was announced that Eastwood would direct The Ballad of Richard Jewellbased on the life of heroic security guard Richard Jewellwho was wrongly suspected in the Olympic bombing.

Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio were originally set to star in the film inwhen it was to be directed by Paul Greengrass[] but DiCaprio and Hill would ultimately serve only as producers on Eastwood's film.

Filming began on June 24,and Richard Jewell was released on December 13, In Octoberit was announced that Eastwood would direct, produce, and star in Cry Machoan adaptation of the novel of the same namefor Warner Bros. Beginning with the thriller Play Misty for MeEastwood has directed over 30 films, including Westerns, action films, musicals and dramas. He is one of few top Hollywood actors to have also become a critically and commercially successful director.

John Ford appeared in just a few silent films; Howard Hawks never acted in movies. John Wayne directed only twice, and badly; ditto Burt Lancaster. From the very early days of his career, Eastwood was frustrated by directors' insistence that scenes be re-shot multiple times and perfected, and when he began directing inhe made a conscious attempt to avoid any aspects of directing he had been indifferent to as an actor.

As a result, Eastwood is renowned for his efficient film directing and ability to reduce filming time and control budgets. He usually avoids actors' rehearsing and prefers to complete most scenes on the first take.

When acting in others' films, he sometimes takes over directing, such as for The Outlaw Josey Walesif he believes production is too slow. According to Life magazine, "Eastwood's style is to shoot first and act afterward. He etches his characters virtually without words. He has developed the art of underplaying to the point that anyone around him who so much as flinches looks hammily histrionic.

Eastwood's frequent exploration of ethical values has drawn the attention of scholars, who have explored Eastwood's work from ethical and theological perspectives, including his portrayal of justice, mercy, suicide and the angel of death.

Eastwood has had numerous casual and serious relationships of varying length and intensity over his life, many of which overlapped.

Shortly after he met future wife Maggie Johnson on a blind date in spring[53] Eastwood had a relationship that resulted in a daughter, Laurie bornwho was adopted by Clyde and Helen Warren of Seattle. Johnson evidently tolerated the open marriage with Eastwood, [] [] and eventually they had two children, Kyle born and Alison born InEastwood and married actress Sondra Locke began living together.

Locke claimed that Eastwood sang "She Made Me Monogamous" to her [] [] and confided he'd "never been in love before". In an unpublicized affair, Eastwood sired two legally fatherless [40] [] [] [] children, Scott born and Kathryn born with Jacelyn Reeves, a flight attendant. In the early- to mids, Eastwood had a relationship with actress Frances Fisher that produced a daughter, Francesca born Eastwood refuses to confirm his exact number of offspring.

He owns a 5,square-foot house in Sun Valley, Idaho [] [] and a 1. Eastwood has held a lifelong distaste for tobacco and tobacco companies, and smokes only when required to do so by a film role.

He has also been conscious of his health and fitness since he was a teenager, and practices healthy eating and daily Transcendental Meditation. He is an investor in the world-renowned Pebble Beach Golf Links west of Carmel and donates his time to charitable causes at major tournaments. We moved every four or five months during the first 14 years of my life, so I was sent to a different church depending on wherever we lived. Most of them were Protestantbut I went to other churches because my parents wanted me to try to figure out things for myself.

They always said, 'I just want to expose you to some religious order and see if that's something you like'. So although my religious training was not really specific, I do feel spiritual things. If I stand on the side of the Grand Canyon and look down, it moves me in some way. It makes the idea of death much less scary. But then again, if you think that nothing happens after you die, maybe it makes you live life better.

Maybe you're supposed to do the best you can by the gift you're given of life and that alone. Eastwood has been conscious of his health and fitness since he was a teenager, and practices healthful eating habits. As a young man making a name for himself during the production of RawhideEastwood would be featured in magazines and journals, which often documented his health-conscious lifestyle.

He gave tips on fitness and nutrition, telling people to eat plenty of fruit and raw vegetables, to take vitamins, and to avoid sugar-loaded beverages, excessive alcohol, and overloading on carbohydrates.

On July 21,Eastwood's father died of a heart attack at the age of It had a profound impact on Eastwood's life; from then on he became more productive, working with a greater sense of urgency and with more speed and efficiency on set. He abstained from hard liquor, adopted a more rigorous health regimen, and sought to stay fit.

Eastwood is a former Republican who has sometimes supported Democrats, and has long shown an interest in California politics ; he is currently a registered Libertarian.

He won election as the nonpartisan mayor of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, in April While in office, he helped to make ice cream legal to consume on city streets, [] added public restrooms to the public beach, and a city library annex building was built. Eastwood endorsed Mitt Romney in the presidential election. He delivered a prime time address at the Republican National Conventionwhere he drew attention for a speech he delivered to an empty chair representing President Barack Obamawhich he later regretted.

Eastwood said that he wishes that Trump would act "in a more genteel way, without tweeting and calling people names. I would personally like for him to not bring himself to that level. Eastwood is an audiophile and owns an extensive collection of LPs which he plays on a Rockport turntable. He has had a strong passion for music all his life, particularly jazz and country and western music.

Despite his attempts to plug the album by going on a tour, it never reached the Billboard Hot Records -distributed imprint, Malpaso Records, as part of his deal with Warner Brothers.

Eastwood favors jazz especially bebopbluesclassic rhythm and bluesclassical, and country-and-western music; his favorite musicians include saxophonists Charlie Parker and Lester Youngpianists Thelonious MonkOscar PetersonDave Brubeckand Fats Wallerand Delta bluesman Robert Johnson.

Edgarand the original piano compositions for In the Line of Fire. On September 22,Album) was awarded an honorary Doctor of Music degree from the Berklee College of Music at the Monterey Jazz Festival, on which he serves as an active board member. Upon receiving the award he gave a speech claiming, "It's one of the great honors I'll cherish in this lifetime.

The scoring stage at Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank was renamed the Eastwood Scoring Stage in the s. Eastwood has contributed to over 50 films over his career as actor, director, producer, and composer. Eastwood also has contributed music to his films, either through performing, writing, or composing.

He has mainly starred in western, action, and drama films. Eastwood has been recognized with multiple awards and nominations for his work in film, television, and music. On August 22,Eastwood was honored at a ceremony at Grauman's Chinese theater to record his hand and footprints in cement. This award honors his entire career and his major contribution to the 7th Art.

In FebruaryEastwood was recognized by President Barack Obama with an arts and humanities award. Obama described Eastwood's films as "essays in individuality, hard truths and the essence of what it means to be American. Eastwood has also been awarded at least three honorary degrees from universities and colleges, including an honorary degree from the University of the Pacific inan honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from the University of Southern California on May 27,and an honorary Doctor of Music degree from the Berklee College of Music at the Monterey Jazz Festival on September 22, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

American actor, composer, director and producer. This article is about the American actor. For other uses, see Clint Eastwood disambiguation. Eastwood at the Washington, D. Edgar San Francisco, CaliforniaU. Maggie Johnson. Dina Ruiz. Independent — Republican — [20]. Musical artist. Main article: Early life and work of Clint Eastwood.

Main article: Personal life of Clint Eastwood. Main article: Political life of Clint Eastwood. See also: Clint Eastwood discography. Main article: Clint Eastwood filmography. Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Clint Eastwood.

And if Kimber Tunis was kept secret for twenty-five years, and the Washington woman for forty, might there not be others? When Steve Kroft asked him "How many do you have? According to Playboy"the number is unconfirmed and Eastwood is reticent about the issue. Only four children are acknowledged in Eastwood's October episode of Biography.

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October 23, Retrieved July 23, September 21, Singers were fronts for corporate music and, like so many other artists elsewhere — especially those of the African American variety — he was not allowed to have any sort of artistic control. Marvin Gaye refused to be reigned in by that and while his obstinacy rightfully furthered the cause of black artists gaining control of their own musical artistry, it did nothing but cause him problems with the Motown brass and namely Motown's chief and Marvin Gaye's brother-in-law, Berry Gordy, Jr.

It probably even hurt his own career as much as the new direction he sought in music furthered the financial fortunes of Motown and, later, other labels as well. As rampant racism, the Vietnam War, protest in the streets and police brutality seemed to bring America to its knees inMarvin Gaye brought forth all his talents to simply state — or ask?

Usually the Funk Brothers [the studio musicians who played without credit — until this album — on nearly every Motown recording ever made] didn't have the slightest idea for whom a song was intended or even what it was called. These supremely gifted musicians often looked down their noses at the pop music they were hired to churn out. Not this day. When bassist James Jamerson got home from work, he told his wife he'd just cut a classic. Marvin Gaye had been inspired and fashioned an inspiring ode that did indeed become a classic, almost immediately.

But Berry Gordy, Jr. Too political. Too weird. And not a hit. Finally in Januaryit was released and not only did it become a number 2 pop hit, it even outsold the hugely popular "I Heard it through the Grapevine. What he was doing was searching the wellspring of his soul to create music he felt.

Rather than singing words that were put in front of him, he was singing what came from within him. Lyrically, it might not even make sense. But it was him and there was a poetic beauty about it all. It was the same spontaneous composition that fuels so much of jazz. Marvin Gaye learned how to use technology to make his voice do multiple things at once.

If you listen to any of the music from this perioda study of Marvin Gaye's voicings would read like a treatise on a jazz group. Marvin Gaye heard something that no Album) before him had ever heard: precisely how to turn a crooner into a choir. A jazz choir. Much of the jazz sensibility Marvin Gaye was exercising in his perfect and profitable voice extended to the musical instrumentation supporting those songs. The Funk Brothers must have loved playing for this guy. He was hearing an extension of what he was trying to express.

That it yielded hit after hit of hitherto unheard musical magic is miraculous enough. But that it is, like Miles Davis, seeking to express a sound that has never been heard before is a testament to the man's musical genius — a genius that was probably sublimated to that "Love Man" voice as the unfortunately crowned "Prince of Motown. There is much that is fascinating and worthwhile in Marvin Gaye's music from this period aside from the hits and that beautiful voice. Here, now, is a voice that is an instrument of divinity, transcending Top 40 radio, and expressing what is soulful about soul, heartfelt about life and creative about so much jazz.

Since I do not propose a survey of the hits and how successful or unsuccessful any of the music is, I will contain my commentary to the jazz elements I detect in the work — and the jazz coverage the music has received. It's what makes Marvin Gaye's music important to me and what makes it live beyond The Big Chill type nostalgia.

What's Going On Tamla, : From Eli Fontaine's introductory alto sax wail and the multiple vocal tracks on the title trackWhat's Going On announces itself as something new, different and most audibly as something very, very special.

The percussion is especially well thought-out and conceived mostly by Marvin Gaye like a big-band arrangement of old.

All the musicians are credited here — for the first time ever on a Motown album — as well they should be since their contribution is significant to the music's success. Jazz players such as Grover Washington, Jr. All of these renditions perfectly showcase the jazz genius Marvin Gaye brings to his music. The rest of the album was recorded some months later, but the result is so amazing as to stand as one of the finest albums recorded during the first half of the s.

The gorgeous "Wholy Holy" is one of the album's secret pleasures and it too has been covered by Aretha Franklin, twice! The urban groove of "Inner City Blues" contains one of the most important bass lines in all of music surprisingly not in evidence on the earlier mix of the song included on the Deluxe Edition CD.

It's probably one of the most astounding melodies on display here, with David Van DePitte's remarkable string accompaniment and, lest I neglect to mention elsewhere, some of Marvin Gaye's finest vocalisms. To this listener, the album's musical highlight is the great Latin jazz groove of "Right On," with its flute, sax, probably MPG's own piano and percussion features. Lonnie Smith on the album Easy Does It. Insmooth saxophonist Everett Harp covered the entire What's Going On album rather reverentially for the Blue Note label, an opportunity that should have probably been offered to Grover Washington, Jr.

Trouble Man Tamla, : This was the first — and, sadly, last - soundtrack to carry Marvin Gaye's name and, while it was attached to a forgettable Blaxploitation epic, directed by the estimable Ivan Dixon - the former Hogan's Heroes star who directed the great The Spook Who Sat By The Door the following year, with a score by Herbie Hancock - the music magnificently transcends the hardly-seen film.

As a soundtrack, Trouble Man has remained in print longer and more memorably than almost every other score of its ilk other than those exceedingly popular ones by Curtis Mayfield and Isaac Hayes. As Ben Edmonds says in his excellent liners to the Let's Get It On Deluxe Edition CD, "Largely instrumental and based around Marvin's piano and Moog synthesizer, [ Trouble Man ] demonstrated that the singer could master musical mood without the divine intervention of his voice.

It's hardly the worthy follow up to What's Going On that anyone was seeking. But it's so much more Stanley Hill Dr. - Kyle Eastwood - From There To Here (CD than almost any other Blaxploitation soundtrack ever issued.

And it's a great record on its own. Maybe that's because it didn't resort to cheap chicanery. Everything Marvin Gaye does here feels soulful and heartfelt. Nearly everything heard here is a highlight. Lonnie Smith and, most memorably of all, of course, by Grover Washington, Jr. Johnson, who had also recently scored Cleopatra Jones make Trouble Man worth every effort to hear, savor, respect and appreciate.

When an artistic triumph is a commercial success, that level of inspiration is expected to continue, though it rarely ever does. A single, "You're The Man," followed in and failed to even chart. Motown forced the singer to work with a stable of producers to little avail. But during this time he managed to satisfactorily score a film Trouble Man and complete an album of duets with Diana Ross. They scored a hit with "Let's Get It On" and followed it up with one of the most romantic albums of the day.

The now well-known song has always been considered the ultimate paean to lovemaking and the sensational groove that's laid down bears this out. But the song was actually conceived by Ed Townsend while he was in rehab as a way to "get on" with life. Apparently, Marvin Gaye reinvented the song on the spot as his future wife made her first appearance in his life the moment they recorded this song, which possibly explains the lyric jumble that hardly anyone notices. Surprisingly, "Let's Get It On" never received the amount of jazz attention Marvin Gaye's other songs from this period did.

The rest of the album, filled out with a reprise of the title track called "Keep Getting' It On," is a letdown to this listener.

Still, it maintains enough of that romantic melodicism of the title song to attract many other fans and, accordingly, a number of warm jazz tributes. There's probably a lot more of this stuff that hasn't been released. But you could say that about any of the other productions the Deluxe Edition includes.

It's nice to hear just exactly how Marvin Gaye was experimenting between his two most famous albums. I Want You Tamla, : Though this album undoubtedly has its fans, it is merely a conventional soul record enlivened mostly by Marvin Gaye's textual and contextual vocalisms. Informed more by a mellow sort of disco than any sense of jazz or the creative intervention that produced What's Going OnI Want You puts Leon Ware in charge and the effect is that of Marvin Gaye as an invited guest on his own record.

Naturally, MPG shapes the words and the way they are sung into his own message. The result is nothing less than a sexual valentine to his beloved, Jan, who would become his second wife a year after this album's release.

Personal and heartfelt though it may be, it just seems like hearing someone have sex: maybe great for them, not so great for you. The album's two most notable songs, "I Want You" which appears in three iterations here and the fairly silly "After the Dance" which is heard as both an instrumental and vocal piece herebarely even register in any fair comparison to Marvin Gaye's best work.

But both were released as singles. Saxophonist Gato Barbieri covered "I Want You" twice — once in on Caliente and again in on Che Corazon — and he had the luxury of getting Marvin Gaye to provide him with a song of his very own, "Latin Reaction," which appeared on the Argentine saxophonist's album Ruby, Ruby. I haven't heard the Deluxe Edition of this record.

But the basic tracks of the original hardly add up to enough to warrant the effort. I'd never heard anything quite like it before. Chances are, no one else had either. I screamed with joy and danced my ass off to this brilliant little piece of funk.

It's always made me so happy. Apparently Marvin Gaye had to fight with the Motown brass to produce a double-album live set. Motown only wanted a single record. But MPG, who was not only stage shy but terrified of flying, insisted on featuring the entire show, recorded in London, on record. That amounted to three sides of a double LP. It's an incredibly spirited performance that finds Marvin Gaye giving Motown the coverage of his oldies they wanted.

But there's no sign that he's coasting or slumming for the audience here. Aside from hypnotizing the audience into a sexed-up frenzy, MPG delivers every song from the heart and the soul of his very being. The great arrangements — particularly on the horns some of the old songs get more of a contemporary disco treatment than is agreeable to the music — really energize the singer.

After it was all captured, Motown relented but MPG's engineer, Art Stewart, knew they still needed something to finish off the fourth side of the double set.

Marvin had been "fooling around" with a song where he discovers how to overcome his fear of dancing. Stewart knew they had a number one hit on their hands and, while in London, forced MPG to do something in the studio with the song and get it laid down for the album. In addition to Marvin Gaye's commanding falsetto voicings, "Got To Give It Up" features the great MPG playing several keyboard parts including a brilliant theramin-like sounding synthesizergrapefruit juice bottle!

It all adds up to a clever piece of disco funk that has a great jazz groove as its genesis — particularly in the employment of MPG's many overlaid vocal parts. This brilliant performance did end up becoming a number one smash hit, to everyone's surprise except its producer, Art Stewart.

Nor will he be singular in putting out new music on the market this year. Provosta pannist from St. When not doing his own thing, Provost may be spotted holding down the chrome pans as part of the 21st Century Band. Another charter member of the band happens to be Reginald Cyntje. March 4, Leave a comment. While we wait, Provost goes about the business of promoting Pan Jazz and positioning himself for a major career shift as a band-leader.

Working with youth steel pan orchestras is nothing new to Provost. John School of the Arts. Provost was born on the island of St. John, USVI. It was there that he began formal studies of pan music when he was age June 27, Leave a comment. As of last year, the Duke Ellington Jazz Festival turned DC Jazz Festival was added as a new element, essentially to expose area families to the twin attractions of art and Jazzin one place. This very popular weekend-long event, in partnership with the Phillips Collectioncelebrated the synergy between jazz and the visual arts.

Sample photos of the event courtesy of Liz Medina Chiomenti here …. The idea behind the employment of these Jazz artists was to enliven and enhance the experience of visitors to the museum by providing them with pure Jazz entertainment on site, as was the case with the Jazz Nonet, and to have Provost and Cyntje essay improvisatory interpretations of the pieces of art on display.

The boys from the Virgin Islands got to figuratively mingle their sounds with the visual images of the Phillips Collection the first weekend of June. Trumpeter Nicholas Payton was down as their special guest on Friday 18 and Saturday His commissioned suite incorporated modern Afro-Caribbean rhythms, bop-inspired flourishes and flamenco dance in both elegant and stirring ways.

September 16, Leave a comment. Calister was one of those capping off the Movement on Sunday One of the finest drummers around, this St. Thomas born musician rallied a seven-piece band around him for the gig. Provost far leftParson center Cyntje second from right. As an aside, trombonist Reginald Cyntje headed back under the lights at pm on Friday, August 28, with Thad Wilson. The show took place at Twins Jazz at U St. NW, Washington, DC. Next up for Cyntje was a gig with the D.

NW, Washington at pm on Saturday, August September 19, it was back to the Bohemian Caverns on 11th St. Reginald Cyntje has another couple of shows coming up. Apart from the ticketed shows, a free programme and an after party was on tap.

Sources: 1 purejazz. September 10, 3 Comments. Second in line is St. Barbados is tied in fourth place with Guadeloupe. Similarly, none of our readers suggested any of the other Caribbean islands such as Cayman Islands, Cuba, Bahamas, Bermuda, Dominican Republic and Puerto Ricocountries with well-established Jazz scenes.

In our view, therefore, this simply means that Woodshed Entertainment has not sufficiently penetrated these countries.

Add to that is our failure to attract one single Jazz Author one who would regularly submit news on Caribbean Jazz events to this blog after two years of trying.

However, there is one more question that needs to be asked to determine whose images should be included in the collage that will make up the head banner.

All of you Woodshed Warriorsnot just Trinis mind you, are eligible to share the names of the Trinidad artists you think fit that bill. Share those names and your justifications in Comments, if only to grow a dialogue on the subject. Now, Woodshed Warriors, ready? Woodshed Warriors, Go…. This comes from The Scribe, John Stevenson. Lord Kitchener was a man of immense taste and rare depth in terms of compositional nous, wide-ranging influences, and, in turn, his influence on Caribbean music.

He played acoustic bass, composed calypsos in Trinidad and England where he resided for a time, all the while utilising Afro-Cuban and bossa-nova motifs, big-band jazz orchestrations with accustomed ease and matchless innovation. May 7, Leave a comment. Together, they taught the attendees about the Caribbean through the prism of the steelpan and how it mixed Calypso with Soul, Rhythm and Blues and Soca, the bass and ripsaw. They did so in performance at Ambergris Cay on the evening of Saturday, April 25 and in a workshop at the Environmental Learning Center, late-morning.

Ripsaw is a musical genre originating in Turks and Caicos. To play Ripsaw, an object such as a knife is scraped along the teeth of the common saw. Accompanying instruments are the saw, box guitar, concertina, accordion, triangle and drums. Well, if Crume is to be believed, 21st Century had fun and served up some all day Saturday.

It ran from January 22 to April 26, Source: greenbriersportingclub. January 2, Leave a comment. Redman will be on tour in support of the double-trio album Compass Nonesuchwhich will be sprung from the can on January September 21, Leave a comment.

You would never have been able to tell that she was standing in for the regular vocalist just by listening to her delivery of Georgia and All of Me soloist: trombonist Mercury Morris.

As Ms. Lampkin exited to stage left, the orchestra proceeded to hold court for two more renditions. The Woodshed crowd will be keeping an eye out for these guys. I suggest you do the same. The orchestra was on the way to St. They graciously accepted and left an indelible musical footprint on the BVI landscape.

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