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The film is a treasure trove for die-hard Brownie fans. The soundtrack includes excerpts from nearly 50 rare and classic Brown recordings, along with several images of rare inch LP covers. Since this is the first documentary ever made about Clifford Brown, many of the interviewees have never been seen on camera before.Nearly 60 years after his death, Clifford Brown is still regarded as one of the greatest trumpeters in jazz history. For the past two decades, Don Glanden has researched Brown's life and music, and interviewed many of Brown's friends and colleagues. The results have been gathered into a new documentary, Brownie Speaks, and as reviewer (and longtime Brownie fan) Thomas Cunniffe writes, the film.