Yes and no edits Broadway, Show Tunes and Long Wave Several interviews and images begin to explain why Jeff has recorded his Long Wave songs, including the supposed recording of the vocals for She. Lynne my opinion that Scorsese, despite his amply demonstrated skill as a documentarian, gave their relationship short-shrift. Could I talk to Roy Orbison? George likes Jeff's music Barbara finishes talking about Roy working with Jeff. Songs: She Yes, but with several segments cut or rearranged. And I'd only met him once before.
Working on Long Wave More footage and interviews present Jeff's recordings for Long Wave. Yes and no edits Jeff's Rooms Joe Walsh, sitting in a chair, talks about how each room in Jeff's home is used for recording and has a different sound. It is an offshoot of the full documentary, with most of the focus on the acoustic performances in Jeff's home, recorded in March, 2011, although including several unique interviews highlighting Jeff's skill. The End of the Line, we did, like, 0:29:36 0:29:39 a tribute to Roy by doing the video 0:29:39 0:29:41 with just a rocking chair with his guitar in it. Song: Guitar Noodle 4 This is simple noodling about on an electric guitar.
Then several funny paintings of Eric Idle are shown while a voiceover by him continues about Jeff's work ethic, then footage of Eric himself sitting in a chair. Jeff's Room Sounds Jeff is seen noodling on acoustic guitar in his big room while a voiceover of him talking about how each room in his home has a unique sound is heard. I asked him how filmmaker Martyn Atkins came to direct the project. Failure to follow these rules may result in your post being removed or a ban. Eventually, the camera shows the actual performance in the garden as Jeff ends the song. It's just amazing, you know.
I've had it for, uh, 0:03:34 0:03:39 Gordon Bennett, uh, 43 years. Tour of Jeff's home To begin wrapping up the documentary, various parts of Jeff's home are shown while music interviews play. Recording The Beatles A lengthy look at Jeff's work on the new songs by The Beatles is presented. Live At Bungalow Palace Performance Jeff and Richard are set up in Jeff's home studio playing and singing the song. Song: Do Ya This is the final verse to end of the song only, with Jeff singing along to the re-recorded version of the song. Jeff's Sound An old picture of Jeff and Dhani together is shown while a voiceover of Dhani talking about Jeff's sound is heard and the Bungalow Palace performance of Showdown fades, followed by Dhani in the chair talking about Jeff.
Song: Can't Get It Out Of My Head This is up to the first chorus of Can't Get It Out Of My Head as performed in Jeff's home as part of the Live At Bungalow Palace performance. Do Ya Montage A series of segments are shown with Jeff rerecording various bits for Do Ya. They declare them good takes and to keep them. Throughout this, some quiet guitar noodling by Jeff is heard. Scene Songs and Comments Title Card and Richard's Noodle As the title card is displayed, a quick piano noodle, played by Richard Tandy and not Jeff, is played. .
Through the streets and far away. Evil Woman This is a full, acoustic performance of the song in Jeff's home. Jeff's Modesty Tom talks of Jeff's shyness, yet well-known music, followed by Steve on his privilege of working with Jeff with the camera first focusing on him sitting on stairs, then another scan of his awards and other items while the interview continues in voiceover. I do try and get different sounds. The documentary was executive produced by Jeff's manager, Craig Fruin and produced by James Pluta, who also has a long history as a producer of music related films. The end of the scene focuses on the piano keys as he plays.
And we had never seen that. Song: Piano Noodle 1 This is simple noodling about on piano. This then segues into a long sequence about various songs and performances of Jeff's Long Wave album. The children of King's St. We got on really good as well, no problem. During the following Jeff interview segment about them being pals, old footage of George at a microphone no sound is shown-- this video is not seen at all in the full version of the documentary.
Livin' Thing Jeff performs and acoustic version of Livin' Thing, shot through an outside window into his home. The end has a voiceover by Paul about Jeff's modesty. Only the song intro, which is slightly extended, and the first verse are heard. These edits reduced the films running time from an hour and twenty minutes to one hour only. Magic of the Traveling Wilburys A sequence on the formation and fun of the Traveling Wilburys is shown.
The full Jeff voiceover is included, but it's shifted to start much earlier in the performance, thus more of the song is obscured. It was recorded by Charles Aznavour 0:43:35 0:43:40 and I loved the. Song: Steppin' Out This is a simple acoustic performance of Steppin' Out as taken from the Live At Bungalow Palace performances. Blue Sky rerecorded version Yes, but the credits are run faster so that less of Mr. It's a shame as an acoustic version of Don't Bring Me Down has never been heard anywhere else.