Keith Crombie created a tiny piece of Paris in Pink Lane, a small back street in Newcastle upon Tyne. His Jazz Cafe became a haven for music lovers, artists, students and eccentrics.
Many famous actors visiting the town would unwind there after a performance at one of the cities theatres and some of the worlds greatest jazz musicians would congregate there after an official gig in the area.
Film maker Duncan Davis, a friend of Keith Crombie for 35 years, felt that the Jazz Cafe needed to be recorded.
Unfortunately Crombie died during filming,
Newcastle came to a standstill as his friends joined him on his last journey from Pink Lane, through the centre of the city, a tiny bit of which he transformed into a Parisian Jazz Cafe...