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Brownie Speaks: A Video Documentary

by Glanden Productions LLC

This documentary by Glanden Productions LLC presents a richly detailed account of jazz legend Clifford Brown's life, and examines his historical importance in the context of three criteria--innovation, influence, and individuality.
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Brownie Speaks
Motion Picture: Documentary
Produced and Directed by Don Glanden
Edited by Brad Glanden
Approximate length: 88 minutes

About Brownie Speaks

A native of Wilmington, Delaware, jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown made an outstanding and influential contribution to music. In an era when many musicians were emulating Charlie Parker's drug abuse, Brown inspired others to achieve greatness while living a clean lifestyle. Ironically, he was killed in a car accident at the age of 25.

Brownie Speaks is the culmination of years of research by Wilmington-born jazz pianist Don Glanden, research that has included interviews with Brown's friends, family, contemporaries, and admirers; among those featured in the documentary are Wynton Marsalis, Donald Byrd, Arturo Sandoval, Benny Golson, and Lou Donaldson. Glanden's son Brad edited Brownie Speaks using these interviews, along with archival materials and newly shot video footage.

The resulting feature-length documentary presents a richly detailed account of Brown's life, and examines his historical importance in the context of three criteria--innovation, influence, and individuality.

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