Bill Wyman, former bassist for The Rolling Stones, is your host for this documentary which offers a detailed look at the history of blues music. Bill Wyman: Blues Odyssey follows the rise of the blues in America as it travels from the Mississippi Delta and the Deep South to the big cities of New Orleans and Chicago, and then crosses the ocean to England, where the U.K.'s nascent rock 'n' roll scene helped spark a new interest and appreciation for the music. Bill Wyman: Blues Odyssey features performance footage of such legendary artists as Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker, Lightnin' Hopkins, The Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, and many more. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Berni E (jp) wrote: Intense and emotional for me......but probably too slow for others.....
Prithviraj P (au) wrote: I now pronounce Rakesh Roshan as the Michael Bay of Bollywood! From the very beginning till the end of the film there are thousands of products advertised,which obviously reminds you of Michel Bay's The Island. well back to the film it was promoted as India's first superhero film(seriously they forgot Shekhar Kapur's Mr.India?). But it was just a mere extension of superman ofcourse combined with the typical bolly elements. While there's not much I have to say about Hrithik Roshan's acting..I'd point out that the rest of the cast are most certainly given unjust character development..may be it was a miscast? Naseeruddin Shah,Priyanka Chopra who have achieved a lot of acclaim by portraying diverse characters...I certainly didnt expect this from them! May be bollywood still needs to improvise!
L B (ca) wrote: Visto il 28/09/2008 su SKY.
Terri H (mx) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
John K (jp) wrote: Obviously not to be bothered with reality or technical direction this movie is absurd and unbelievable in the worst way. The bad guys are miraculously beam themselves off a roof with no ladder after it is thrown off the roof, and track the group where ever they go as if they had some amazing tracking abilities. Stephen Hopkins what were you thinking?
Sameer K (de) wrote: Rather remarkable neo-noir film. Fantastic screenplay. The only negative thing I have to say is that the final 10 minutes are rather silly.
Carlton R (gb) wrote: I love this movie so much I bought the DVD , Divine and Tab Hunter are fantastic, its an enjoyable romp, people who dont like this have no humour, its great
Will T (us) wrote: Love this raptumentary.