Great for true JJW fans
Posted by Doug Walsdorf on 28th Nov 2019
Just watched the video. Great quality overall. Sound was good, but Sometimes the mix of JJW singing and strumming on a one shot loses the vocals a bit. That is a minor point, though. Great to see all of this info in one place. And the book I bought will fill in any gaps!
You continue to be in my prayers, JJW.
A Birthday Party with J J W
Posted by Unknown on 14th Oct 2019
What a birthday party it must have been
This is terrific!
Posted by peter pineda on 28th Nov 2018
I've bought numerous copies to give as gifts. 'never get tired of it, never get tired of Jerry Jeff.
Posted by Rebecca on 19th Jul 2018
My only complaint is that it wasn't long enough. We'd like to know more!
Not slick, but thats the point.
Posted by Cynthia Kopcsay on 17th Apr 2018
A chance to see/hear and spend some time with the man whose music I’ve loved for a long time. The story was real. Good to put it out there that you can do it “your way”.( Frank wasn’t the only one). Great to make Susan’s acquaintance. Cute kids. Will add a deeper dimension now when I listen to my recordings. I don’t know if it was a good movie or not. I like Jerry Jeff: what he stands for, and his music. That’s my five stars.
Posted by WILLIAM MCKEE on 10th Apr 2018
I LOVED GOING BACK IN TIME.LISTENING TO THE JERRY JEFF STORY. THE ONLY REASON I GAVE 4 STARS............I WANTED IT NOT TO END. I WANTED IT TO BE MORE IN DEPTH. LOVED IT
Posted by James on 10th Apr 2018
In the 70's and early 80's, everyday was a good day. Waiting for the latest JJW LP to drop, taking to my best friends house and playing it all night. We would read the liner notes and try to figure out what it all meant.
It was a way of life. Our way of life. This is what this film brought me back to. Gonzo Saturday Nights and looking for things that could not be seen only felt.
Posted by Den on 9th Oct 2017
Very Good Flick
Going Home w/ JJW
Posted by Gebe Johnson on 18th Jul 2017
When I first saw Jerry Jeff in 1973 or '74 (my memory of my college years fails me) I have a vivid image of having fun. He might have had a sip or two, but so what? So had I. Watching this video reminded me of the Texas I used to know and love, and Jerry Jeff was a constant in my life back then. I see his live performances whenever I can, but I equally loved watching clips not found on YouTube. It's like dancing naked in that high Hill Country Rain.
How Can You Not Love This Story?!
Posted by C L Wheeler on 6th Oct 2016
I've been an avid Jerry Jeff fan since the early 70's just prior to the beginning of the "Outlaw Country Music explosion" that occurred toward the end of that decade. I've been fortunate to have been able to see him live a couple of times. The last time was about the time he "restarted" his career and was out playing gigs with just himself and his guitar. It was an all day outdoor affair in MS and he was one of several acts that day and I felt like I was the only person in the audience paying attention. But that didn't phase him at all. I just stood up front and watched as he put on one of the best "unplugged" shows I've ever seen live or otherwise! He was definitely the best act around that day without comparison.
I wondered then where he had been and what was going on with his life and career. Of course since then I've enjoyed a lot more of his music that has been released since and now we have the "information explosion" that enables us to know more about anything we are interested in.
This film tells the whole story and fills in all the rest of the blanks. It was interesting to me to learn more about what it was like doing all those things I've heard him sing about over the years. I enjoyed it very much and I'm sure I'll watch over again many times.
Thanks Jerry Jeff for all the years of great music!