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- Scènes coupées :
. Logistique et installation du stade
. Départ de Mohammed Ali
. Organisation du tournoi
. Les zaïrois en 1974
- Scènes de concert supplémentaires :
. James Brown "Try Me"
. Sister Sledge "On And On"
. Pembe Dance Troupe
Description du produit
Description du produit
Soul Power, 1 DVD, 88 minutes
Zaïre 1974, Kinshasa. En prélude au "combat du siècle" entre Mohamed Ali et George Foreman, s'est déroulé un festival légendaire Soul Music réunissant les plus grands noms de la scène Rythm'n'Blues américaine du moment, ainsi que les plus grands talents d'Afrique australe...
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It was okay....
Yes, I enjoyed it but too much documentary for me. It was like a QUICK glimpse of the top named performers doing their thing.
I had my heart set on a James Brown 'show' since he was on the front of the cover....
I know....it's called 'marketing'....
Stream it first to see if its worth buying for your collection. If I had streamed it, I would have been satisfied without buying it for my collection.
The quality of sound & visuals are superb...I was all geared up to see MORE of each artist in concert.
Um...I feel like the old 'bait & switch' was used here.
Man, what a great film. I'm lucky, I watched this on my front projection system with a 72 inch screen and a great surround sound system with all Paradigm speakers...I tell you, the cost was justified.
Here, the main figure is James Brown - in concert - the man who wrote and delivered the hit record of 1971 - and the title of this movie.
Its been said that JB was the only act to excite the crowd, and the filmed performances of "The Payback" and "Say It Loud - I'm Black And I'm Proud" are among the best in his VHS/DVD/movie career. "Soul Power" is the best version I've ever heard, with Fred Wesley (Trombonist)-led band, in the super heavy funk mode -
a new Brown sound, emphasizing the *music* a little more.
Not to forget strong performances by Bill Withers, B. B. King, and the great Miriam Makeba, who gets some well-deserved frame time. Although he is not shown on stage, Rock and Roll Hall Of Famer, Lloyd Price, as Concert Promoter, offers some fascionating commentary on the proceedings.
Ali himself is just support to the above - strangely, his segments do not display a man of depth and humanity, but an angry, politically motivated radical. In 1974, there was plenty for his home country to explain to the world, but this world-figure comes off a bit one-dimensional.
Camera work is sometimes erratic and out of focus. Another issue is in the over-use of behind the scenes business complications. Seems the Producers wanted to give the new movie/DVD project a "Woodstock" aura.
["Extra" feature with James Brown performing "Try Me"].