Bryan Adams: Bare Bones

Bryan Adams is one of world’s most enduringly popular singer/songwriters. He is most at home in his Vancouver studio, surrounded by his collection of vintage microphones and guitars. Adams calls it “a very analog space in a very digital world.” In this short documentary, we witness an intimate rendition of his song “One World, One Flame” and hear him speak of his audience-centred approach to performance: “I want it to be fun, I want it to be real.”

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Comments

  • kaldragait

    “After so many years...I listen to your voice and it brings back so many genuine memories...you've become a legend in your own time. ” — kaldragait, 2 Feb 2012

  • Emmsy

    “Hi bryan adams I have seen Acoustic ” — Emmsy, 21 Nov 2010

  • MarlieseB

    “Bryan Adams is a worldwide enduringly great musician, singer and songwriter. I am very happy and proud to be his true fan for three decades. Thank you very much for this nice documentary.” — MarlieseB, 2 May 2010

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Film Credits

writer
David Battistella
director
David Battistella
producer
Gerry Flahive
director of photography
David Battistella
editor
David Battistella
sound recordist
Igal Petel
mixer
Bryan Gallant
recording engineer
Adam Greenholtz
sound editing
Grant Edmonds
re-recording mixer
Grant Edmonds
research
Sylvia Mezei

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