Bruce Willis performs in the music video "Respect Yourself" from the album "The Return of Bruno" recorded for Motown Records. A doo-wop performs on stage of a night club. Bruno is told to ... See full summary »
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Casey Ryback hops on a Colorado to LA train to start a vacation with his niece. Early into the trip, terrorists board the train and use it as a mobile HQ to hijack a top secret destructive US satellite.
After Eugene Martone, the magic boy of the blues, the great Bruce '' Bruno '' Randolini arrives and breaks all the schemes of the classic blues that we all know today.
Randolini is not only a great bluesman, but also a great showman and every time with his shows he makes the audience smile and amuse himself, as Martone did, but in a more professional and serious way.
This documentary is a sweet and affectionate tribute to his art, to his desire to have fun and to make the blues more revolutionary, as Miles Davis, Charlie Parker and Dexter Gordon have done, as well as being very listenable and nuanced and which still today has his fans and admirers, who will remember Bruno in the future not as a bluesman, but THE bluesman.
This is for mr B. Where he will be still unknown today, but perhaps he will return ...
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