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Isn't This a Time! A Tribute Concert for Harold Leventhal Details

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In the early '60s, revolutionary music producer and promoter Harold Leventhal's contributions to the American folk scene forever changed the face of modern music. In addition to being the man who gave Bob Dylan his first major concert hall performance, Leventhal also managed such folk legends as the Weavers, Peter, Paul, and Mary, and Arlo Guthrie. In this tribute film to Leventhal, named after director Jim Brown's 1982 documentary Jim Brown, filmmaker Brown weaves interview footage with Arlo Guthrie and other longtime folk specialists in with footage from Leventhal's 2003 Thanksgiving weekend concert at Carnegie Hall. In addition to offering live performance footage of Peter, Paul, and Mary and The Weavers, this tribute concert also features performances by Leon Bibb, Theodore Bikel, Tao Rodriguez-Singer, Sarah Lee Guthrie, and Johnny Irion. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:August 30, 2006

Crew

Jim Brown
Director
Jim Brown
Producer
William Eigen
Producer
Michael Cohl
Producer
James Scurti
Cinematographer
Manny Gutierrez
Cinematographer
Mark Whitman
Cinematographer
Peter Pilafian
Cinematographer
Stephen Consentino
Cinematographer
Miguel Armstrong
Cinematographer
Don Lenzer
Cinematographer
Paul Petrissans
Editor
Adam Browne
Editor
Sam Pollard
Editor
Molly McBride
Co-producer
George Stoney
Co-producer
Sarah Cullen
Co-producer
Arlo Guthrie
Executive Producer
Harold Leventhal
Executive Producer
Chat Gunther
Sound/Sound Designer
Adam Browne
Sound/Sound Designer
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