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Looking Back on Love: Making Black and White America (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 29 January 2013 (USA)
Twenty-two years after he exploded onto the music scene, Lenny Kravitz creates the album he was born to make. The documentary, "Looking Back On Love", follows the journey behind the making ... See full summary »

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Twenty-two years after he exploded onto the music scene, Lenny Kravitz creates the album he was born to make. The documentary, "Looking Back On Love", follows the journey behind the making of Kravitz's recently released 9th studio album, Black And White America. An in depth look at the sessions that initially started out as a three-month recording project, Looking Back On Love is a full-on rock and roll music production. Filmed by GRAMMY-Award nominee Mathieu Bitton, viewers will experience the Bahamian culture through a day-to-day look at Lenny's life, and watch the artist create and record the songs at his newly built Bahamas home studio, Gregory Town Sound. The film includes exclusive interviews spanning two years and showcases the artist discussing his creative process, his influences and the recording of the songs themselves. The spotlight is also on Lenny's recording techniques, showcasing his musical partner Craig Ross, New Orleans legend Trombone Shorty, and long time ... Written by Candy Tangerine Productions

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It's time has come
22 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

This has to be the most amazing insight, not only into the work, but also into the man; Lenny Kravitz. We bear witness to Lenny's passion and dedication to what he does best; his music.Like a "fly on the wall" we see the creative process and evolution of his album "Black and White America" He shares his reflections on and love of life, dotted with some great humour. We are guided by the camera of the tremendously talented Mathieu Bitton along this journey. Mr Bitton has chosen to take a backseat approach and it feels more like a video diary. However, we can feel Mr Bitton's presence in other ways. His exquisite eye for light, colour and angle, matched with some of the most spectacular scenery, all make this a totally unique experience. A true oasis for the eye and ear!


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