Feel Like Going Home

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Martin Scorsese kicked off his series of documentaries on blues music with this film (directed by Scorsese himself) which follows contemporary blues artist Corey Harris as he travels to the deep South to see where the blues first took root and meets some legendary musicians, and then journeys to Mali to explore the African roots of the music. Feel Like Going Home has been transferred to disc in letterboxed format at the widescreen aspect ratio of 1.78:1, and the audio is presented in two mixes, a surround mix in ...
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Martin Scorsese kicked off his series of documentaries on blues music with this film (directed by Scorsese himself) which follows contemporary blues artist Corey Harris as he travels to the deep South to see where the blues first took root and meets some legendary musicians, and then journeys to Mali to explore the African roots of the music. Feel Like Going Home has been transferred to disc in letterboxed format at the widescreen aspect ratio of 1.78:1, and the audio is presented in two mixes, a surround mix in Dolby Digital 5.1 and a two-channel mix in uncompressed PCM stereo. Both sound and image are of superb quality, and the new performances staged for this film are shot with unobtrusive intelligence. Most of the performances and interviews are in English, with no multiple language options, while the sequences in Mali feature burned-in English subtitles. Bonus material includes six additional musical performances, an onscreen interview with Scorsese in which he discusses his film and his passion for music, a text biography and filmography for the filmmaker, a menu option which allows users to access individual musical performances, and a trailer for the series The Blues: A Musical Journey. This is a fine release that treats its material with the respect it truly deserves.
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Special Features

Six new and extended performances not seen in the film: Taj Mahal & Corey Harris - "Sitting on top of the World," Willie King & the Liberators - "Spoonful," Keb' Mo' & Corey Harris - "Sitting on Top of the World," Salif Keita - "Folon," Corey Harris - "Honeysuckle"; On-camera interview with Martin Scorsese; Director biography and filmography; Special menu option to scan for all music performances; 5.1 and stereo mixes; The Blues trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/11/2004
  • UPC: 074645861791
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Source: Sony
  • Time: 1:50:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Martin Scorsese Director, Executive Producer
Peter Guralnick Screenwriter
Arthur Jafa Cinematographer
Kent Jones Consultant/advisor
Sam Pollard Producer
David Tedeschi Editor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Blues Series Open
2. Open: That's How Deep the Blues Go
3. Ed & Lonnie Young: "Oree"
7. Ballad Hunters: Discovering Lead Belly
8. Feel Like Going Home: Corey Harris' Journey
9. Corey Harris: "Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground"
11. Sam Carr and the Jelly Roll Kings
12. Help Ease the Worried Mind: Willie King
13. Willie King and Corey Harris: "Pickens County Blues"
15. Changing Times: Lomax Meets Muddy
16. Son House: "His Music Is in the Air"
17. Son House: "Death Letter Blues"
19. Son House: "Levee Camp Moan"
20. That's a Lot of Mules and Men: Taj Mahal
21. Charley Patton: "High Water Everywhere"
23. Stovall Plantation: Muddy Waters
24. Taj Mahal & Corey Harris: "Catfish Blues" and Muddy Waters: "Rolling Stone"
25. A Night at Bettie's Juke Joint
26. Willie King & the Liberators: "Spoonful"
27. Willie King & the Liberators: "Terrorized"
28. Johnny Shines: Hard Believer
29. Robert Johnson: Long Shadow and Ready Money
30. Keb' Mo' & Corey Harris: "Sweet Home Chicago"
32. Johnny Shines: "Walkin' Blues"
33. Keb' Mo' & Corey Harris: "Walkin' Blues"
36. A Different Kind of Groove
37. John Lee Hooker: "I'll Never Get Out of These Blues Alive"
39. Ancient Origins: On a Picnic in North Mississippi
40. The Cane Tradition: Otha Turner
41. Otha Turner & Corey Harris: "Lay My Burden Down"
42. Otha Turner and the Rising Star Fife and Drum Band: "Shimme She Wobble"
44. Africa: A Heartbeat Away
45. Where Everything Began
46. Salif Keita: We're Born Inside Music
47. Salif Keita: Ananamin ("It's Been So Long")
49. Habib Koité: As Precious as Human Speech
51. Hunters: "Bambara Hunting Song"
53. Toumani Diabate: 71 Generations of Groit
54. Ali Farka Toure in Niafunke: Ambition to All of Us
55. Ali Farka Toure: Knowledge Within Wisdom
56. Still, Their Music Is African
57. Corey Harris & Ali Farka Toure: "Catfish Blues" Part 1
59. Corey Harris & Ali Farka Toure: "Catfish Blues" Part 2
61. Corey Harris & Ali Farka Toure: "Catfish Blues" Part 3
63. Otha Turner and the Rising Star Fife and Drum Band: "My Babe"
64. End Credits: Muddy Waters: "Feel Like Going Home"
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Film
   Chapters
   Songs From Film
      Play All Songs
      Ed & Lonnie Young: "Oree"
      Lightning and Group: "Long John"
      Thomas J. Marshall: "Arwhoolie" (Cornfield Holler)
      Corey Harris: "Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground"
      Willie King and Corey Harris: "Pickens County Blues"
      Son House: "Death Letter Blues"
      Son House: "Levee Camp Moan"
      Charley Patton: "High Water Everywhere"
      Taj Mahal & Corey Harris: "Catfish Blues"/Muddy Waters: "Rolling Stone"
      Willie King & the Liberators: "Spoonful"
      Willie King & the Liberators: "Terrorized"
      Keb' Mo' & Corey Harris: "Sweet Home Chicago"
      Johnny Shines: "Walkin' Blues"
      Keb' Mo' & Corey Harris: "Walkin' Blues"
      Robert Johnson: "Traveling Riverside Blues"
      John Lee Hooker: "I'll Never Get Out of These Blues Alive"
      Otha Turner & Corey Harris: "Lay My Burden Down"
      Otha Turner and the Rising Star Fife and Drum Band: "Shimme She Wobble"
      Salif Keita: Ananamin ("It's Been So Long")
      Habib Koite': "Foro Bana"
      Hunters: "Bambara Hunting Song"
      Corey Harris & Ali Farka Toure: "Catfish Blues" Part 1
      Corey Harris & Ali Farka Toure: "Catfish Blues" Part 2
      Corey Harris & Ali Farka Toure: "Catfish Blues" Part 3
   Audio Selections
      Stereo
      5.1 Surround Sound
   Special Features
      Bonus Performances
         Taj Mahal and Corey Harris: "Sittin' on Top of the World"
         Willie King & the Liberators: "Spoonful"
         Keb' Mo' & Corey Harris: "Sweet Home Chicago"
         Otha Turner and Corey Harris: "Sittin' on Top of the World"
         Salif Keita: "Folon"
         Corey Harris: "Honeysuckle"
      Director Interview
      The Blues Trailer
      Director's Biography
      Director's Filmography
      DVD Credits
      Volkswagen Commercial: Proud Sponsor of The Blues
      Weblinks
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