The Man Behind the Music (USA, 37 min)

Directed by: Evan Archerd, Bob Burton

In the late 1960's, with the world enmeshed in the Vietnam War, a musical revolution was taking place in the hills and canyons of Southern California. In the center of this transformation stood a gracious, self-effacing man, Henry Lewy. A man with the unparalleled ability to create an environment in his studio where the talent of Joni Mitchell (fourteen albums), Neil Young, Joe Cocker, Van Morrison, David Crosby, Joan Baez, Leonard Cohen and so many more—could grow and flourish. Henry's life journey began with an escape from Nazi Germany as a child and took him to the pinnacle of the music industry, a giant among the music producers and engineers of the rock era. But Henry Lewy is not a well-known name outside of the recording industry. Even within the industry Henry is one of its best kept secrets. But not for long...