Les Blank

Les Blank

Always for Pleasure

DVD - 2014
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The blues accordin' to Lightnin' Hopkins: A portrait of Texas bluesman Lightin' Hopkins created via a collection of musical performances and oral histories.
God respects us when we work, but loves us when we dance: A look at hippies and flower children as they dance and create rituals during the Los Angeles "Love-In" of Easter Sunday, 1967.
Spend it all: A portrayal of the lives and music of the French-speaking Cajuns of Louisiana.
A well spent life: A tribute to Texas songster Mance Lipscomb.
Dry wood: An exploration of black Creole life in French Louisiana.
Hot pepper: A musical portrait of zydeco king Clifton Chenier.
Always for pleasure: An insider's portrait of New Orleans' street celebrations and unique cultural gumbo.
Garlic is as good as ten mothers: A paean to garlic that explores the history, consumption, cultivation, and culinary/curative powers of the "stinking rose."
Sprout wings and fly: A tribute to Appalachian culture that profiles old-time fiddler Tommy Jarrell.
In heaven there is no beer?: An exploration of the dance, food, music, friendship, and even religion of the polka.
Gap-toothed women: A valentine to women born with a space between their teeth that explores issues of self-esteem and societal attitudes toward standards of beauty.
Yum, yum, yum!: An exploration of the cooking and other enthusiasms of French-speaking Louisiana.
The Maestro: A profile of cowboy artist Gerald Gaxiola.
Sworn to the drum: A tribute to Cuban drummer Francisco Aguabella.


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