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    Luther: Never Too Much documentary

    Luther: Never Too Much… chronicles the story of a vocal virtuoso,” notes a description of the film, which debuts in the Premieres section of Sundance. “Using a wealth of rarely seen archives, Luther tells his own story with assistance from his closest friends and musical collaborators including Mariah Carey, Dionne Warwick, Valerie Simpson and Roberta Flack. The film relives the many stunning moments of Luther’s musical career, while exploring his unrequited love life, health struggles, and a lifelong battle to earn the respect his music deserved.”

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/...val-rcna132535

    https://deadline.com/video/luther-ne...umentary-clip/
    Last edited by jack020; 02-04-2024 at 05:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack020 View Post
    Luther: Never Too Much… chronicles the story of a vocal virtuoso,” notes a description of the film, which debuts in the Premieres section of Sundance. “Using a wealth of rarely seen archives, Luther tells his own story with assistance from his closest friends and musical collaborators including Mariah Carey, Dionne Warwick, Valerie Simpson and Roberta Flack. The film relives the many stunning moments of Luther’s musical career, while exploring his unrequited love life, health struggles, and a lifelong battle to earn the respect his music deserved.”

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/...val-rcna132535

    https://deadline.com/video/luther-ne...umentary-clip/
    Great News!! I enjoy Luther Vandross' work & look forward to seeing the Never Too Much documentary when it plays in my area [or on streaming].

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    One of the greatest voices! I came across this amazing voice in 1980 when a record on the radio just blowed me away. It was an outfit called "Change" and the lead singer was "Luther" he was completely unknown at that time [well in the UK].

    Incredible artist, well loved.


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