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The most unlikely comeback of the year. Dennis Lambert was one of the most successful and diverse songwriter/producers of the '70s and '80s, with hits like "Ain't No Woman Like The One I've... See full summary »


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The most unlikely comeback of the year. Dennis Lambert was one of the most successful and diverse songwriter/producers of the '70s and '80s, with hits like "Ain't No Woman Like The One I've Got", "Rhinestone Cowboy", "Don't Pull Your Love", "Baby Come Back" and "Nightshift". He had chart-toppers in almost every genre of music, and at one point four of his songs were simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, a feat previously accomplished only by The Beatles. That was then. Today, he's a 60-year-old family man selling real estate in Florida. But it turns out his obscure 1972 solo album is still huge... in the Philippines. A Filipino concert promoter has been begging Dennis to tour for decades, and in 2007 - thirty-five years after the release of his album - he finally agreed. "Of All The Things" is a hilarious and touching pop/rock/country/R&B documentary that follows Dennis on his whirlwind tour as he rediscovers his passion for music -- a two-week adventure that takes him from ... Written by Anonymous

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Some lives deserve an encore.


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8 March 2008 (USA)  »

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Written by Dennis Lambett, Franne Golde & Walter Orange
Performed by The Commodores
Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises
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Great Flick
27 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm not really into docs... like at all, BUT this movie genuinely had me from the get go. I had no idea who Dennis Lambert was, but I'm glad I was able to learn about him and all of that good stuff. Aside from the music (which is his claim to fame) he's hilarious and I was positively surprised by just how much I got into it. This movie's got heart and I hope it gets the attention it deserves! I don't know what kind of distribution this thing's getting, but I think whatever the case may be it's worth checkin out. It's also cool how the director of the movie is the son of the Lambert and I say that because it really does give you a unique look on the man himself. It's not just another doc about some random filmmaker following some guy, but it's the guy's son and that really adds to it. Again this movie's got heart and I dig the hell out of it.

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