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Carmine Street Guitars

Carmine Street Guitars is a movie starring Eszter Balint, Christine Bougie, and Nels Cline. Five days in the life of fabled Greenwich Village guitar store Carmine Street Guitars.

Other Titles
カーマイン・ストリート・ギター, Gitary z Carmine Street
Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary
Ron Mann
Len Blum
Christine Bougie, Eszter Balint, Kirk Douglas, Nels Cline
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Five days in the life of fabled Greenwich Village guitar store Carmine Street Guitars.

Comments about music «Carmine Street Guitars» (18)

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Jean Kelly

A short documentary about the life of Carmine Street, who was a legendary blues guitarist and singer. This film is well done and informative. The acting is good and it's interesting to see a new side of Street. I recommend it to anyone who likes blues music. It's not a documentary of Street but a biography of Street.

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Ryan Sanchez

Micheal W. Ross is a black man from the Detroit area. He has been a musician for 30 years and has played on a number of top records. His name is known to many as a writer, songwriter, producer and performer. He has a huge fan base and a very passionate following. In his free time he goes to concerts, he volunteers for charities, and he has a great sense of humor. This documentary is about his musical journey and his love of music. He talks about his early years, his early music career, his first big label and his love of music. He also discusses his relationships with many of his family members and friends. In the end he talks about his current music and his dreams. It's a great documentary that shows the great music of the great musicians and gives a very good perspective on how they became the artists that they are. I really enjoyed this documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who is into music.

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Kimberly Webb

As I recall, this film was actually a musical, but the whole thing was shot as a movie, so it was a bit confusing. It was worth seeing though, but I'm not sure I could put it in the same category as the Beatles' "Carnival of Light". I also think the whole concept of the music video was a bit overdone. It was OK, but it's better to see the Beatles' "Carnival of Light" instead. If you've never heard of the Beatles, this is the film to watch. It's a little bit of a letdown, but it's worth a look.

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Adam F.

This is a documentary about one of the most influential guitarists of all time, Jimmy Page. The story is told through clips from his various recordings and performances, including a few interviews with his family and friends. The documentary also includes interviews with some of the guitarists and other people associated with Jimmy Page's career. I was really impressed with the way the film was made. The way it was filmed was very well done. I think it was a great documentary about one of the most influential and prolific musicians of all time. If you like music, especially rock and roll, you should definitely watch this film.

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Nancy S.

This documentary about the Grateful Dead is an excellent introduction to the band and their music. It features interviews with the band members, including Pigpen, Weir, Mickey, Phil, Brent, Mickey, and others. The majority of the documentary is dedicated to the early days of the band. It shows the band members growing up, touring with the Grateful Dead, and recording their first album. They talk about the atmosphere that the band created, the energy they created, and how they became famous. They talk about the "wild and crazy" live performances, and how it affected them. They talk about how they used to have a lot of fun when they were young, but when they were older, the partying became a way of life. The documentary is very informative about the band, and the members that have been involved in the band. I recommend this documentary to anyone that is interested in the Grateful Dead.

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Lori R.

I was very skeptical about the documentary going into this movie, but it was a great idea and very entertaining. I didn't like the way that the band was treated, but it was the fact that they had their names attached to it that made me happy. I think they should have been the ones getting the credit for this movie, but that's just me. I don't know what the actual title of this documentary is, but I know that it's about the band and their music. It's not a biography of the band, it's a story about them and their music. It's a good way to end a great documentary. I highly recommend this movie, it's worth watching.

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Anthony Cruz

There are few movies that come out every year that make you sit and think "Wow! That was a really good movie. But I'm glad I saw it" and this is one of those movies. I had never heard of Carmine Street Guitars before I saw it and I can say without a doubt that this is one of the best albums I have ever heard. The music is just amazing and the whole thing is very well put together. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this movie and how much I would recommend it to others.

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Louis R.

Although I am not a big fan of American Country Music, I was pleasantly surprised by this documentary. It is a glimpse into the life of one of the most influential and influential groups of the 20th Century. It is very easy to get swept up in the music, but to be able to understand the culture, and see how it came about, is just as important. It is also a fascinating look into the world of the Doors, which is more often than not viewed as an alien influence, but in this documentary, it is shown as one of the best examples of musical innovation in the 20th Century. The film is very entertaining and engaging, and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys music.

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This is the documentary that I consider to be the best of the six documentaries that I've seen from the Musica del Fuego. In a way, it's a little bit of a dark horse, because it was made by a band that was supposedly "inspired by" the early Motown era. But when you hear the music, it's really hard to think of Motown. It's almost as if the music is "inspired" by the people who created it. This is a pretty good documentary, but it's not exactly groundbreaking. It's not the most entertaining documentary, but it's pretty good. The real star here is the music, which is a lot of the best stuff from Motown. Some of the greatest songs from Motown have been used in other music documentaries. I would say this is the best of the six, but it's not the best. It's a good documentary, and I'd recommend it.

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Benjamin Williams

I went to the premiere of this film last night and was very impressed. The way they have captured the music and the images is absolutely incredible. The film is almost like a documentary and is really fun to watch. The music is amazing and the stories that they tell are fascinating. The songs are absolutely wonderful and it's nice to see them on film. It's very exciting to see the band and listen to their music and see the photos they take. I love this film and it's definitely worth seeing. The film is absolutely fantastic.

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Jesse Lewis

I am a musician, and was very impressed with the way the band took it's time and actually did some recording. I'm just so impressed with the way they created the sound of the album. It is such a great sound, and they really had a lot of fun doing this, and it's all just a matter of time before you get to hear this. I don't know why they did the video, but I'm glad they did it because it is still one of the best videos I've seen. I think they were probably too serious about doing the video, but I think it's a great way to see some of the guys and get to know them. It's definitely not your typical rock video. I'm glad that they did it, because I think it will help people to appreciate the band more. I don't know how to end this review, but I think that's all I can do. Thank you for reading this review, and I hope you enjoy the band as much as I did.

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Ruth Boyd

I saw this film at the Brooklyn Film Festival, and it was such a beautiful, moving film. I can't say enough about the film. I was surprised that there was no preview, and I thought it was a great idea to put the film in front of the audience, which would allow them to see the film as they would see a great film. I was impressed with the cinematography of the film, and the way it was shot, and the music was beautiful. I also felt that the film was very real and a little sad, and I thought the music was very appropriate. This film is a must see for everyone, whether you are a fan of folk or rock or even folk, because the music is so rich and wonderful, and it gives the film a wonderful tone. I hope that you will see it, because it is a beautiful film. And I think you will love it.

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Alice Banks

The conductor of the iconic record store in which I worked during the early-to-mid-1970s, Carmine Street Guitars, is a legend in his own right. He also was a brilliant guitarist who was able to write and produce music by himself. This film documents the creative process of him, and it's a real eye-opener. This is a film I had never heard about until I happened to catch it on HBO. I wasn't prepared for the level of detail and insight that it had to offer. I'll be sure to watch it again to try and catch every bit of the information that it contains.

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The Spanish guitarist and composer Antonio Sanchez de La Iglesia (not to be confused with the aforementioned Antonio Sanchez de la Iglesia) has done a great job with his solo career. Here, he's about to embark on a solo tour of his own, but first he's going to a studio to record an album that will be a collaboration with artist Rick Wakeman. It's called 'The Sound of Everything'. And this is what happens. He plays with a bunch of really talented musicians in a studio, and all of them come out with a really great recording. It's like hearing a live album. He's playing live, and he's playing with them. And that's the best part about this documentary. Because when he's not playing live, he's listening to the recording. This is a really well done documentary. The sound is great, the film is great, and the music is great. It's a very entertaining film.

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Keith Perkins

This is a great documentary about a great musician, and how his career ended. The music is not only what he played but how he played. It's a little bit of everything. The interviews with his family and friends, the music, the music, the's a must see. It's not about the music, but the music. I love this documentary and it's a must see.

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Kimberly F.

I don't really know what to say about this documentary. It's not that I hate it, I really enjoyed it, but it just doesn't have much to say. It's a collection of songs that Carmine is performing live, and they are mostly old and a bit strange, but it's still a fun documentary. It's interesting to hear some of the songs, but it doesn't really have much to say about them. I'm not really sure if it's meant to be a musical or just a documentary. I think it's both. It's not that interesting to me, but it's not really that bad either. It's just not very good. It's a great collection of songs, but it's not that good either. I don't really recommend it, it's not that great. I'm giving it a 7/10, but it's not really that great. I like the songs, but it's not that good.

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Julie G.

I grew up in the 1970s. I watched this movie with my Dad. I saw it as an adult and I really enjoyed it. I found it interesting that it was about the same time I was growing up, and it is based on a true story. I found the music and performance of the musicians, and the music itself, very impressive. I also found it interesting that it was based on a true story. The film shows the incredible power that music can have on a person. It also shows the power of music to overcome the limitations of a person, and to make them feel that they can accomplish anything. I thought that it was a very interesting and powerful film. I would recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in music.

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I have been a fan of KISS since the first time I heard them on KCRW's "Music of the 90's" (1999), and have been a fan of the original KISS since their "Walking on the Moon" album. While I am a bit biased, I am pleased to say that this documentary is a true testament to the band's legacy. Not only is it a true story of the KISS that many people know, but it is also a true story of the legacy that the band left behind. This is a tribute to the band, their fans, and the legacy that they left behind. The documentary was shot in Hollywood, California. This film was made by the band themselves, not the film crew. The camera work and editing is top notch, and the performances are top notch as well. The cinematography of the movie is very well done. The film is very well edited, with only a few scenes being cut, and everything is shown in a very balanced way. It is a well made film, with great performances. I found the film to be very informative and interesting, and it is very entertaining. This is a great documentary to watch and I highly recommend it to fans of KISS.