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Eastwood After Hours: Live at Carnegie Hall (1997)

Movie star and jazz afficionado Clint Eastwood presents some of his favorite music in an evening that celebrates a uniquely American art form as the soundtracks of many of his films are ... See full summary »

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Movie star and jazz afficionado Clint Eastwood presents some of his favorite music in an evening that celebrates a uniquely American art form as the soundtracks of many of his films are performed by some of America's hottest jazz musicians at New York's Carnegie Hall.

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1 January 1997 (USA)  »

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Eastwood, Clint: [on learning jazz pieces] I found out it was a good way to get along in society if you could sit down and play a number or two. I worked at it for a while, but I didn't really work at it as rigorously, and I got sidetracked and became an actor, so it kind of ruined my whole career.
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