A must-see for any Deadhead, Move Me Brightly is a film based around a unique musical gathering held to mark what would have been Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday at Bob Weir's TRI Studios in San Rafael, California. Part insightful documentary and part rousing concert film, Move Me Brightly features contributions from fellow Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart and Donna Jean Godchaux along with Garcia family members and special guests such as Carlos Santana, Sammy Hagar, Mike Campbell, Perry Farrell and Stephen Perkins from Jane's Addiction, and interviewer Luke Wilson.
The film also features an impressive lineup of musicians representing more recent generations who have been influenced by Jerry Garcia, such as Vampire Weekend's Chris Tomson, Phish's Mike Gordon, the Hold Steady's Craig Finn and Tad Kubler and Furthur's Joe Russo & Jeff Chimenti.
The one-of-a-kind line-up of Move Me Brightly concert performers featured in the film joined together to perform unique interpretations of Garcia classics including 'Terrapin Station,' 'Shakedown Street,' 'Cumberland Blues,' 'New Speedway Boogie,' 'Friend Of The Devil,' and many more.
Move Me Brightly was directed by Justin Kreutzmann, the son of Grateful Dead drummer Bill.
- 1. Cumberland Blues
- 2. Going Down The Road Feelin' Bad
- 3. Mission In The Rain
- 4. Shakedown Street
- 5. He's Gone
- 6. Eyes Of The World
- 7. Terrapin Station
- 8. Days Between
- 9. Franklin's Tower
- 10. U.S. Blues
- BONUS PERFORMANCES:
- 1. Friend Of The Devil
- 2. Bird Song > New Speedway Boogie