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« Reply #40 on: July 04, 2005, 09:42:58 AM »

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French TV show "Everybody's talking about it" - 06/11/05

Kyle Eastwood interview, by Thierry Ardisson



TA: Which of Clint Eastwood’s faults bothers you most?           
KE: He behaves very badly.

TA: Which Clint Eastwood movie do you hate the most?
KE: Pink Cadillac

TA: In which movie would you say he was a bad actor?
KE: Pink Cadillac

TA: What don’t you like about his acting style?       
KE: He speaks too much.

TA: Seriously, doesn’t he have fascist tendencies?
KE: I wouldn’t say “fascist”. He had tendencies to vote right, but then he declared he was a libertarian.                                                                                         
TA: Has he ever been mean to you?
KE: No, he’s not as mean as he is on screen.

TA: Did he ever tell you that you owed him your career?
KE: He has never said such a thing.                                 

TA: What is he unable to understand?                 
KE: French...

TA: What could he never tell you?
KE: He says that he loves me, but he doesn’t show it...

TA: What is the stupidest thing he’s ever done in his life?
KE: I don’t know...

TA: What is the worst thing you’d wish him?
KE: I wouldn’t wish him anything bad, he is still my father.

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« Reply #41 on: July 04, 2005, 01:09:43 PM »

Some strange questions in there.. I guess they were intended to be tongue in cheek... Always hard to grasp french humor... ;D
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« Reply #42 on: July 07, 2005, 08:51:34 AM »

Also seems like Kyle's answers were probably incompletely and selectively quoted.
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« Reply #43 on: July 07, 2005, 09:34:34 AM »

do you think he would actually say he hated a movie of his?

before he has always seemed to avoid this sort of hate/like stuff and even talking much about his father at all

thats the impression i got
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« Reply #44 on: July 07, 2005, 09:45:08 AM »

Some strange questions in there.. I guess they were intended to be tongue in cheek... Always hard to grasp french humor... ;D
Hello Gant !
I don't think Ardisson is funny, not at all, his questions are often silly, always full of insinuations (when the guest is a woman, it's worst, sexual insinuations) and even if I knew that Kyle Eastwood would be at this programm, I refused to watch it. For me Ardisson is an "has-been", not a journalist, just a buffoon ! ;D
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« Reply #45 on: July 08, 2005, 03:35:38 PM »

Also seems like Kyle's answers were probably incompletely and selectively quoted.
I'm afraid they were not  :D ???

before he has always seemed to avoid this sort of hate/like stuff and even talking much about his father at all
Yeah, but he knew what to expect when he came to this show. He could've refused.
Anyway that's the way they always do it.
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« Reply #46 on: July 19, 2005, 03:50:10 PM »

Kyle Eastwood is playing London next Monday (7th).
He's at Soho's PizzaExpress jazz club promoting his new cd Paris Blue.

Theres a pic of Kyle that shows he now bears a very strong resemblance to his father and the ad sayes.. "A Fistful of Bass" Wonder if he's happy with them doing that. ;D

I'd love to have gone along but I've got tickets for Ed Harcourt that night. It's a great little venue for anyone who's interested in attending.



Wow, http://www.jazzserver.nl/artists/kyle.eastwood

I was stunned, I thought I was looking at Clint 40 years backwards. hehehe.... he looks just like him... Cool!!!
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« Reply #47 on: September 18, 2005, 03:26:03 PM »

Kyle performing at the Monterey Jazz festival.

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« Reply #48 on: September 18, 2005, 04:08:18 PM »

performing paris blue - should be good

i hope some of this will be shown on the web

http://www.montereyjazzfestival.org/

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« Reply #49 on: September 19, 2005, 05:38:17 AM »

Wow! Kyle looks just like his father :o :o Amazing.. ;D So he is a musician? Does he act at all anymore?
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« Reply #50 on: August 07, 2006, 04:55:37 AM »

I thought I'd let everyone know I got to see Kyle Eastwood tonight (Sunday, August 6th).  It was a really good show, though he only played for a little less than an hour and a half.  It was a six man band, and I didn't know what to expect, as I don't have any of the Kyle Eastwood cd's, but I was really pleased.  I like jazz and particularly love it live, so I knew I wouldn't be disappointed, but it was beyond what I would have expected.  He played here three nights at the Suncoast Casino showroom (where usually they have a free band, but sometimes it's a paying act, as in this case), which seats maybe four or five hundred and thankfully I was off work tonight, so I went to check it out.  He's very casual and unpretentious and let everyone in the band have their moment in the spotlight before he allowed himself to show-off.   :)

My favorite track he did was "Marrakech," which he introduced as having written in Morocco, where he enjoyed the great food, the great music, and, ahem, "other things..."  "Big Noise (From Winnetka)" was great as well, with Kyle supplying the whistling.  Overall it was a great show.  I was a little disappointed to see a few elderly people walk out on it (after paying money to see it), but I think maybe it was too loud for them.... [shrug]  But what the hell did they expect?  Or maybe they didn't want to miss the next bingo session ... sometimes I hate this town...  :-\  I should have hung around after, because maybe he would have come out to mingle with the audience.  Stupid me!

The guy next to me asked if I'd "heard of this guy." "Yeah, he's Clint Eastwood's son, and acted in Honkytonk Man and The Outlaw Josey Wales and he wrote some of the music for Million Dollar Baby and Mystic River ..."  I wondered if it was all going over his head.... 

Oh well, good show.   O0
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« Reply #51 on: August 08, 2006, 01:13:13 AM »

Doug I just wish I had been there too.   :(     Next time he plays in the UK I am going to try very hard to get to see him.  I have his CD's and enjoy his style of jazz very much.   
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« Reply #52 on: October 19, 2006, 04:16:42 PM »

This thread has been mainly about Kyle's music career,but what's everyone think of his acting ability in Honkytonk Man.

I haven't seen the film in a while but was always struck me that Kyle was so good in this film,he seemed like a veteran and maybe that was from growing up on film sets and having your father as the director, it was a shame he didn't continue in the acting game,and not just in Clint's films but films in general.

Obviously music is his first love so he persued that line,and he probably thought it was safer than being compared to Clint all the time if he was acting,but had he gone on with acting I think he could have had a successful career in his own right.

Any thoughts??
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« Reply #53 on: November 21, 2006, 11:27:34 AM »

http://www.evene.fr/culture/actualite/interview-kyle-eastwood-now-paris-blue-clint-560.php

Today, read on "Evene", an interview of Kyle Eastwood ... for those who can understand french ... :)
He will be on stage in Paris, November, 23rd
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« Reply #54 on: November 21, 2006, 12:47:59 PM »

Obviously music is his first love so he persued that line,and he probably thought it was safer than being compared to Clint all the time if he was acting,but had he gone on with acting I think he could have had a successful career in his own right.

Any thoughts??
I agree with you tgy I would like to see him act as well.
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« Reply #55 on: November 21, 2006, 08:06:02 PM »

Thanks, Sylvie, it's an interesting interview. I'll try to translate a bit ...

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Why didn't you choose "the easiest way," the most obvious maybe, working in movies like your father? Why music? How did you get started?

I'm not sure it would have been the easiest way ... I love music. I like movies too, I've done a few soundtracks, but it's music that I love above all! When I was a teenager, I did think a lot about the movies. But when I got to be 17 or 18, I was spending more and more time playing music. I realized that what I really wanted to do was make music. I decided to devote myself entirely to music for a while, to see ... That was twenty years ago!

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How is it to work with Clint Eastwood? Is he demanding, hard to please?

I grew up watching him work. So I have a pretty good idea of his likes and dislikes. We work well together. It's pretty easy to work for him. He communicates well. You know what pleases him and what doesn't. You have quite a bit of freedom with him.

How does that work? He shows you the scenes, and you take off from that?

Yes, he shows me the rushes. I understand the ambiance of the film, of the scene in question in the film, the tempo of the music that will be needed ...

His last film, Flags of Our Fathers, released last October 26, is a film about war. Was it special to work on this theme? To create this sort of ambience?

He wrote the main musical theme for his film himself. I only composed secondary passages. It was really atmospheric music. What was required was tension. This kind of work is fun—you have to play with harmonies. But it's more or less the same as for other films.

 
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« Reply #56 on: November 22, 2006, 02:18:33 AM »

 ;) Thank you KC for the translation  :)
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« Reply #57 on: November 22, 2006, 03:45:06 AM »

http://www.evene.fr/culture/actualite/interview-kyle-eastwood-now-paris-blue-clint-560.php

Today, read on "Evene", an interview of Kyle Eastwood ... for those who can understand french ... :)
He will be on stage in Paris, November, 23rd
Hey that's tomorrow! Shoot. That's my luck. I leave Paris, he comes to Paris  :o
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« Reply #58 on: November 22, 2006, 08:47:45 AM »

Never mind AB you are in the same country as his Dad.   ;) ;)

I would love to see him too.   I enjoy his music very much and I wish there were more CD's out there.
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« Reply #59 on: December 29, 2006, 12:21:18 PM »

Kyles performing at London's Jazz cafe at the end of January (31st)  if anyone's interested... I may try to get along. The tracks I've listend to from his most recent release were very good.

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