Talmage Farlow is a charming and engaging look at the life and music of the great American jazz guitarist. Tal Farlow was a musical pioneer who left the jazz scene in 1958 at the height of his acclaim, choosing instead to paint signs and give music lessons in the Atlantic coastal town of Sea Bright. Soon after the film's original release in 1981, Tal discovered that his fans, old and young, had not forgotten him. Finding himself in demand again, he ventured far from home in the ensuing years on recording dates, international tours, and in club and concert appearances throughout North America. Since his death on July 25, 1998, Farlow's place among the great innovators of modern jazz seems well assured. Constantly searching, refining, and experimenting, he was more than just a great between artistic excellence and peace of mind is the real story behind Talmage Farlow, a sensitive and fitting tribute to this giant of a man.
A videography of the jazz musician.
Tracks include: "Move" "Autumn in New York" "Fascinatin' Rhythm" "I Hear a Rhapsody" "Flamingo"