"Looking Back On Love" is a new Lenny Kravitz documentary focusing on his recording of "Black & White America" and 2 years of his life.
The film, directed by grammy nominated Mathieu Bitton, follows Lenny Kravitz to the Bahamas, New Orleans, and Paris. It gives you an all access look into Lenny with studio sessions, family, and intimate moments. The attention to detail is vast. It is like getting every nook and cranny of your favorite muffin and savoring it with your favorite drink. It really makes me wish more artists would do behind the scenes footage like this.
The movie was premiered at the Grammy Museum and we were able to talk to Lenny and the film maker about "Looking Back On Love" and more.
Lenny participated in a Q and A, and I made sure to ask a few questions during that time.
For full article and interview, CLICK HERE!
Here is the latest video from Lenny Kravitz "Push" directed by friend of the site Mathieu Bitton.
The black and white performance video follows Lenny on stage and off stage while on tour.
Lenny has been pushing his new cd "Black & White America" on tour with Raphael Saddiq and will be hitting Los Angeles next week, appearing on a slew of talk shows and premiering a new film shot by Mathieu Bittion at the Grammy Museum next week.
Check out the awesome clip above and let us know what you think.-DocFB
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The Original 7ven aka The Time are showing a documentary about the group at the Grammy Museum and afterwards they are going to hold a Q & A session.
The documentary is entitled Reel To Reel and the event cost $10.00 and tickets can only be purchased at the Grammy Museum. The event takes place Tuesday, October 18th, a day before the Original 7ven's concert at Club Nokia Wednesday, October 19th.
The Grammy Museum released this press release:
The GRAMMY Museum is proud to debut the intriguing new documentaryThe Original 7ven in the Clive Davis Theater. Chronicling the adventures of seven young musicians; Morris Day, Jesse Johnson, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Jellybean Johnson, Monte Moir, and Jerome Benton, the 80-minute film illustrates how the group came together in the early 80's and eventually rewrote music history. Required viewing for any fan of the Minneapolis Sound, the documentary is an up-close-and-personal portrait of life as told by the band members themselves. Their new album, Condensate, will be released the same day. After the screening, a group of panelists involved with the production, including the entire band, will be available to take audience questions.
Make sure to buy the best Buy version of the CD, as the documentary will come with the CD.
We are looking forward to the event. Again, you can only purchase tickets through the Grammy Museum. For the concert, there are still plenty of great seats left that can be purchased here.-DocFB
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