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镜子的另一面:纽波特民歌艺术节1963~19654.0

类型:剧情  美国  未知

主演:Bob Dylan Joan Baez Judy Collins 

导演:Murray Lerner 

剧情简介

"Bob Dylan going e lec tric " at the 1   Newport Fo lk Festival is one  of  tho se epochal moments i n rock history that see m ing ly e veryone has   he ar d about, but what few peop le see m to k no w is tha t it w asn't some ephemera l eve nt tha t  we only kno w f rom  word of mouth   -- filmmak er Mu rray Lerner  d  ocume nted t he  p erf orman ce  s at t h e  Newpor t Fest ival for several  years  run ni ng,  and The Other  Si d e of the Mirror collec t s footage from  the  th ree y ears Dyla n appeared at the c e lebrated fo lk g ath e ri n  g,  allo wing us  t o  see Dy l an 's rise through the f ol k scen e fo r our s elves.  Wa tching Ler n er's document   ary, what's mo   st  rem arka ble is how mu ch Dy la  n chan ged ove r the cou rse   of 3 mon ths; the young folki e  pe rf orming at t he  a ftern  o on "w ork sho p"   at th e  side of Joan  Baez in  is  at once   ne rvy and h esitan t, singing his w o r dy  tunes  whi  l  e chop pi n g away a t h  is   ac ou s tic gui tar and en  ergiz ing  the crowd  without  seeming to know j us t what he' s d oing. I n , D yl an   a ll  b ut o  wns Newport,  and  he cl early knows it; he' s  the  talk of the  Festival, wi th B ae z and  J ohnny Cash s i nging  his praises (  an d his so ngs) , and his comma nd of   the stag e  i s vis ib ly  stronger a nd                  m           or e  co n   f   ide        nt                                                                                                                                                                    w   h                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      3421869887437287653132096532656373864909548785687650ile his new material (including "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "It Ain't Me, Babe") sees him moving away from the "protest songs" that first made his name. When the audience demands an encore after Dylan's evening set (Odetta and Dave Van Ronk were scheduled to follow him), Peter Yarrow tries to keep the show moving along while Dylan beams at the crowd's adulation, like the rock star he was quickly becoming. By the time the 1965 Newport Festival rolled around, Dylan's epochal "Like a Rolling Stone" was starting to scale the singles charts, and the hardcore folk audience was clearly of two minds about his popular (and populist) success. When Dylan, Fender Stratocaster in hand, performs "Maggie's Farm" backed by Al Kooper, Mike Bloomfield and the rhythm section from the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, the raucous but hard-driving number inspires a curious mixture of enthusiastic cheering and equally emphatic booing, and while legend has it that the version of "Like a Rolling Stone" that followed was a shambles, the song cooks despite drummer Sam Lay's difficulty in finding the groove, though if anything the division of the crowd's loyalties is even stronger afterward. After these two numbers, Dylan and his band leave the stage, with Yarrow (once again serving as MC) citing technical problems (if Pete Seeger really pulled the power on Dylan, as legend has it, there's no sign of it here); Dylan returns to the stage with an acoustic six-string to sing "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" before vanishing into the night without comment. While much of the audience at Newport in 1965 wanted the "old" Dylan back, his strong, willful performances even on the acoustic stuff makes it obvious that the scrappy semi-amateur we saw at the beginning of the movie was gone forever, and the ovations suggest more than a few people wanted to see Dylan rock. Lerner's film tells us a certain amount of what we already knows, but it gently debunks a few myths about Dylan during this pivotal moment in his career, and his performances are committed and forceful throughout; no matter how many times you've read about Dylan's Newport shoot-out of 1965, seeing it is a revelatory experience, and Lerner has assembled this archival material with intelligence and taste. This is must-see viewing for anyone interested in Dylan or the folk scene of the '60s.

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