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Watch Horn from the Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story

(200) 7.4 95 min 2017

Horn from the Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story is a movie starring Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop, and Mike Bloomfield. Life and career of legendary blues musician Paul Butterfield.

Starring
Mike Bloomfield, Joe Boyd, Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop
Genres
Biography, Documentary, Music
Director
John Anderson

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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 Biography, Documentary, Music
Director John Anderson
Stars Mike Bloomfield, Joe Boyd, Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop
Country USA
Runtime 1H 35M
Description Life and career of legendary blues musician Paul Butterfield.

Top reviews

Friday, 10 Jul 2020 03:51

I was a Paul Butterfield fan since I was a little kid. I can't remember his name, but I was a huge Paul Butterfield fan. He was my idol. He had that irreverent, comic book feel to him that the rock star had. He was, for me, the ultimate rock star. I remember seeing the movie The Paul Butterfield Story and feeling that I had lost a great artist. It was wonderful to have a fan say that to me. I have not had the chance to see the movie because I had to drive to the local video store to get it. The movie looked like it was made for an adult audience. I think it is a great movie, but for me, it was a great shame that it didn't do well at the box office. The movie is filled with interviews with people who knew Paul and their opinions. I felt that the movie had to have more interviews with people who knew Paul and it was not enough. There was too much focus on the band and not enough on the people who knew Paul. I think the movie should have been longer, so that the people who knew Paul could talk about their impressions of the movie. I feel that Paul is the most misunderstood musician that has ever lived. He was the first rock star. He made the beginning of rock and roll. The movie could have gone into more detail about the band and his impact on the music business and on the music world. I'm a fan of Paul Butterfield, but I think that the movie should have been longer and more in depth. I think Paul was misunderstood. I'm sure that there were people who were more into him than him. I think that the movie was very well done, but it was not enough.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 01:46

This documentary looks back on the life and music of the guitarist and singer Paul Butterfield, who passed away in March 2009. It starts out with a very interesting segment on Paul's childhood and his early teen years, going back to the time he spent with his older brother and his younger sister. It also looks at the rise and fall of Butterfield's career, both as a musician and a performer. It's really fascinating, and you learn a lot about what Paul Butterfield did and what he accomplished, both professionally and personally. It really shows that you don't have to be rich or famous to make a mark in your career, you just have to have talent. I also really like the fact that this movie is based on the musician's own words. The way he talks about his music and his life really feels very honest, which is really a blessing. The film also covers the spread of the music of Paul Butterfield and other players, and how they are almost always tied to the fact that they are musicians. It's really nice to hear that you don't have to be famous to make a difference in your community. There's also a lot of interviews with other musicians and musicians in the band Paul Butterfield and the Electric Ladyland. They give us a good understanding of the band and the musical styles that they are in. This is a really nice and fun way to spend a couple hours. I also really liked the way the documentary is shot. You really get to know the people involved in the movie, and you get a good sense of the evolution of the band and the music they were making at the time. I also really like the way the director does his interviews. He interviews a lot of people about the band, and he goes back and forth from the interviews to the music. It makes it really easy to follow along with the band's evolution. The only bad thing I have to say about the film is the length. It's almost 2 hours long, and there are a lot of interviews and interviews with people that were with the band and the musicians in the band, and they're just kind of scattered all over the place. It really starts to get a little annoying after a while. I don't really think it's worth paying for a ticket or anything like that, but it's still a pretty good way to spend an hour and a half. I also liked the way they put some of the band's music out on DVD, and how they put it on the album Paul Butterfield and the Electric Lady
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 10:48

This documentary is not for the faint hearted. Many of the scenes are just shocking in how they portray various facets of Paul Butterfield. I felt the need to watch it after hearing that the documentary is so graphic and unpleasant, that it will turn off many viewers. I would like to say that I don't blame them for not wanting to watch it. I, however, feel the need to speak up about this film because it is the first documentary I have ever seen that tells the true story of a person and his music. It is not just about Paul Butterfield, it is about the music and how he was able to influence countless artists through his music. I, and I am sure many others, was never aware that he was so influential. It was a shocking and disgusting event that will never be forgotten. As a fan of his music, I must admit that the documentary is very interesting. I can say that I do believe that some of the stories about the music that Paul Butterfield created is amazing and unforgettable. I will admit that I was never aware of the amount of cocaine that Paul Butterfield smoked. The film shows it and it is also very shocking. However, it is not just about the music. It is also about how Paul Butterfield was a charismatic person, but with a heart of gold. I believe that he was a man who loved his art and people and never wanted to hurt anyone. He was the type of person who would help out people who were in need. I believe that he did everything he could to make music and make people happy. He was a real hero, a real inspiration and a real "rock and roll" hero. The film makes me want to read more about Paul Butterfield and I will definitely be buying the DVD. I would recommend this film to anyone who has never heard of Paul Butterfield before.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 15:35

Paul Butterfield's music was the soundtrack to the 1960s. He helped to save a nightclub in San Francisco, owned by a Chinese immigrant, named Grand Pub. After the owner's son died in a plane crash, Grand Pub had to close. Butterfield stepped in and offered to buy the club. He hoped to turn it into a successful music venue. The club had no instruments or other equipment, but the owner agreed to give Butterfield free use of the place. Butterfield rented the facility, bought several guitars, brought in the many local musicians, and played a wide variety of instruments to create a unique sound. Butterfield also formed the West Coast Guitar Group, which had a record store at the Westfield Theater in Santa Monica. Butterfield also started the Bear Trap Restaurant in a small apartment in Santa Monica. A local musician, Hank Joyner, who'd been working in a coffee shop at the same time, invited Butterfield to the apartment. The two men began a friendship that would lead to Butterfield being diagnosed with lung cancer. He remained a smoker throughout his treatment and he even tried to quit, but he was unable to. He decided to live on the air, in his own apartment, and continue to play music. The doctor's advice was to have "Aussieism" or "Aussie-isms" like "bitch" and "smoke", so Butterfield would not be exposed to any of the chemicals that were toxic to his body. But in order to continue playing the music he loved, he needed a fresh air. After his cancer diagnosis, Butterfield chose not to go back to work in the coffee shop, instead staying at his apartment in Santa Monica. He continued playing the music he loved, singing, playing guitar, and writing the music he created. After he passed, Butterfield was unable to continue playing music and he died in 1977. Many people have heard the music he created, but many people have never heard the song he wrote, "The Heart of Me." It is not popular, and it was not popular in the 1960s. But the movie tells the story of how Butterfield lived, what he did, and how his music influenced millions. This film is an interesting story about the music he created, and his many ways to live it. But the movie also shows his love of life and how he chose to live it. I had to wait until this movie came out on DVD to see it. But it was worth it. I liked it much more than I thought I


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