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Music Makers

18 January 2010 8:00 AM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

Lionsgate has pulled a Paramount and decided to sell a bunch of DVDs using a retro touch. Just as Paramount released Top Secret, Naked Gun, Flashdance and others in an “I Love the 80s” series, Lionsgate has launched a “Music Makers” series, consisting of films about musicians. Three of those titles include Ballad in Blue, A Man Called Adam, Buena Vista Social Club, and Beyond the Sea. The selection of films is quite enjoyable, and each includes a CD featuring tracks by the artists showcased in the series. So how does it all play out?

Ballad in Blue

Remember how Jamie Foxx put out that exceptional Ray Charles biopic in 2004? People said his portrayal of Charles was top-notch and lavished him with all sorts of praise. The album, released with tracks by both Charles and Foxx, virtually jumped off the shelves. So why is it that the 1964 film about Ray Charles, »

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