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Watch Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice

(1355) 8.0 95 min 2019

Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice is a movie starring Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, and Dolly Parton. With one of the most memorably stunning voices that has ever hit the airwaves, Linda Ronstadt burst onto the 1960s folk rock...

Starring
Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt
Genres
Documentary, Biography, Music
Director
Jeffrey Friedman, Rob Epstein

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, Biography, Music
Director Jeffrey Friedman, Rob Epstein
Stars Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt
Country USA
Runtime 1H 35M
Description With one of the most memorably stunning voices that has ever hit the airwaves, Linda Ronstadt burst onto the 1960s folk rock music scene in her early twenties.

Top reviews

Friday, 10 Jul 2020 20:45

I was recently living in Toronto and found myself in the midst of an unusual, yet fascinating, bout of city-wide history, in a few minutes of time, when it came to be a complete coincidence that I happened to be in the neighbourhood of the former 'Maple Leaf Auditorium', just a few minutes from my residence, on the corner of Bay and Church, as I was heading down Church to visit a friend. Being able to sit in front of the first floor while all the other people in the lobby and the parking lot were either on their phones or trying to use the restroom made for a very interesting experience. To give this documentary a nod of recommendation, I think it would be more interesting to sit in the lobby of the Maple Leaf while viewing this rather comprehensive, albeit rather lengthy, account of what happened at the 'Maple Leaf'. As a history buff myself, I do not understand how any person would not understand the significance of what happened in Maple Leaf as a turning point in Canada's history, and in the history of our nation. The Maple Leaf Theatre (which had originally been a theatre in the old theater building at Church and Bay) closed in 1981, and was renovated as a shopping mall in 1986, and then was closed again in 1992. The building has remained vacant for many years, but the surrounding area has been used as a parking lot for the rest of the buildings that were built, including the long-closed Toronto Public Library. I think the documentary does a very good job of showcasing what happened at the Maple Leaf Theatre, and how important it was to Canada's history. If you can, see this documentary. I think it is more than worthwhile.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 03:55

When I first heard about Linda Ronstadt I thought it was a fairly obscure singer with a few singles but no great album. I was wrong. It was one of her best, her biggest and most memorable albums. It was hard to find, but I finally found it in the video section of my video store. It is definitely worth your time and money. It has all the songs that Linda's fans want to hear. It's a little bit slow in places, but for the most part it's just the right amount of words to make you want to keep listening. It's an extremely personal story of her life and one of the best songs I've ever heard. It's about a woman who lived through her father's death, never really knowing him, losing her mother, and realizing that she loved her father so much she couldn't bear to let him die. Her mom was a drug addict and a prostitute. Her father would talk to his mother on the phone, letting her know he was always there for her. He was the one who was the main reason she didn't feel like she had to stay in a hotel room after her father's death. All in all, it's a wonderful story about a woman who decided she had to do something about her father's death. It's also a story of a woman who had to go through the most difficult period in her life to reach the point where she can let go and move on. There's a lot of footage about her from her early days to when she decided to start writing her first album. There's the famous concert at the beginning, the video for "Walking on Sunshine", the live concert in Vienna. There's a lot of footage of her growing up and getting used to her new life. It's quite a different approach to her life than the more traditional approach. For example, she never wanted to marry her father. She did not like the idea of her mother moving to the U.S. to work. She had the courage to ask her mother to stay with her and find work. She had to have the courage to tell her mother that she loves her father, even though she was also so jealous of his wife and she had to be friends with her. She had to grow up so fast and realize that she loved her father so much that she couldn't stand to let him die. It was a very courageous decision for her. She was probably in the middle of her own personal crisis when she did this. I don't know if it's still the right decision, but it's still a brave decision for her. Her music was a very important part of her life. Her music is extremely personal, but her music is also very important to her. It's very inspiring. You can't really listen to the music without being moved. I've watched it several times and I've grown to love it. It's a very well-made documentary. The director, Mike Ryan, has really outdone himself here. He's given us a great deal of music to listen to and it's even more personal than I thought it would be. The musicians who make up the music in the documentary are very talented. They are a very special group of people. The main person that deserves special mention is Harry Nilsson. He was the main reason that I went to the concert in Vienna and he was amazing. He's one of the most underrated musicians around. He's very skilled and is a very talented musician. He plays almost every instrument and can play on a grand scale. He has played with artists such as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and many other great musicians. He also made a great recording of "Walking on Sunshine". He's a very talented musician. It's really hard to find and listen to him, but he has a few new songs out. There are many great songs in the documentary. I think it's a very unique documentary that I recommend. It's a very personal story of a very courageous woman who was able to let go of her past and move on with her life. Her music and her experiences help to show us the person behind the music. She's a very inspiring person and I'm really glad that she's still with us.
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 22:45

This documentary is excellent. I saw it for the first time and am still not completely satisfied with it. In my opinion, I don't really know why this film has gotten so much attention. On one hand, it does a great job of putting the events into perspective and looking at how the GIs tried to cope with the harsh realities. On the other hand, it is really a "good" film in the sense that it doesn't dwell on the military side of things. It focuses on the Japanese side and provides plenty of scenes of the Pacific theater from the perspective of the Japanese. The documentary is well made, but has some problems. For instance, there is some footage of the Japanese soldiers outside the base. But that's about it. Another problem I had with the film is that there are some scenes which show the GIs as evil and Nazis and that is a bit over the top. The documentary would have been a lot better without that. Another problem I had was that there are a couple of scenes which are very anti-Japanese. For instance, the scene where the soldiers are outside the base and then they are drinking and smoking. At that point in the film I felt that there should have been more anti-Japanese sentiment. So, in a way, the documentary is a bit over-the-top in my opinion. But overall, I found the documentary to be excellent. It provides a very good insight into the personal life of one of the GIs who was among the first people to get deployed in the Pacific Theater and how the life of that GIs changed after he got to the battlefield. And finally, I would like to mention that this film is actually the story of a man, not a bunch of clips from GIs. I have only heard about him, but I am sure that there is a lot more to him than what he tells us. I do not think that this is a documentary about a lot of the GIs who were involved in the Pacific theater. It is about an individual. So, in that sense, it is a very personal documentary about a very personal man. That is why I think that this is a good film. Overall, I would recommend this film to people who are interested in the history of the Pacific theater, or who are interested in the personal life of a single individual. It is a very personal film. If you are interested in that, I would recommend this film.


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