George T Nierenberg


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No Maps On My Taps (1978) - Open, New Lowdown Director documentarian George T. Nierenberg opens, introducing his subjects, Howard “Sandman” Sims, Chuck Green and Bunny Briggs, brought to a Harlem stage by vibraphone legend Lionel Hampton doing only the vocal from his own composition, in No Maps On My Taps, 1978.
No Maps On My Taps (1978) - Throwin' Money At Bunny Joining his main subjects brought together for a reunion show, rehearsing and chatting with musician Lionel Hampton, Howard “Sandman” Sims, Chuck Green and Bunny Briggs, who discusses things further with two uncles, in director George T. Nierenberg’s No Maps On My Taps, 1978.
Say Amen, Somebody (1982) - Highway To Heaven From a St. Louis (technically St. Charles, Mo.) radio station tribute to a service honoring the main subject of the documentary, singer Willie Mae Ford Smith, at Rev. William Collins Jr.’s Antioch Baptist Church, and a song composed by the also-featured Thomas A. Dorsey, led by an O’Neal twin (Edward or Edgar?) in Say Amen, Somebody — The Good News Musical, 1982.
Say Amen, Somebody (1982) - Open, I Have A Lord To Glorify Opening director George Nierenberg’s celebrated feature documentary, in it’s 2019 restoration, from Milestone Films, we meet St. Louis-based gospel music superstar Willie Mae Ford Smith, in Say Amen, Somebody — The Good News Musical, 1982.
Say Amen, Somebody (1982) - Thank God For Professor Dorsey A background segment, with narration from singer Willie Mae Ford Smith, about gospel music pioneer, professor Thomas A. Dorsey, followed by portions of his own interview, in Say Amen, Somebody — The Good News Musical, 1982.

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