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If feelings stir within you when you hear 'Goodnight, Irene' and 'Wimoweh' and 'This Land Is Your Land' and 'If I Had a Hammer' and 'Midnight Special' and 'Rock Island Line,' then the Weavers are a part of you.
Jim Brown's touching documentary is about folk musicians who organized and performed a Thanksgiving 2003 tribute concert to the distinguished manager and promoter who launched their careers.
Leventhal, who died two months ago, couldn't have asked for a better memorial than Isn't This a Time!
Any opportunity to see Pete Seeger perform, even at age 85, is worth taking -- and Seeger is front, center and full-throated in Jim Brown's concert film.
It's impossible not to be moved by the Weavers.
It's a jamboree of good music and good feelings.
A real-life Mighty Wind, but with worse production values.
An alternately invigorating, intoxicating, nostalgic and uplifting testament to the intrepid activists of a bygone era when Americans felt much more comfortable challenging authority.
Both heartwarming and historically vital.
There's no mocking the determination of these time-tempered artists, who reminisce about the past and worry about the future: It's clear that they'll go to their graves singing out against the world's wrongs.
A pleasant concert documentary.
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