Robbie Robertson in “The Irish Man “ Once Upon a Time Were Brothers” and “The Cinematic”: World Café Composer and Scorsese are friends and co-authors since their first collaboration in The Last Waltz in 1976. He played The Irish Man with guys like Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino, and participated in the documentary film Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band, in which he spoke about the fundamental work of his group and the relationship between its members. Mitchell played in “The Last Waltz”, the first of his “collaborations” with Martin Scorsese. “Johnny Mitchell is still the queen of composers,” says Robbie Robertson. We’re also talking about the creation of music in the movie “The Big Pink,” Neil Diamond plays for “The Last Waltz” and more. In other words, there’s something to say, including the fact that every night when you support Bob Dylan in his first tour, you’re booed. This year Robertson scored a goal against Ireland. Robbie Robertson is a very busy man. “It was part of the ritual,” he says. So, here we go, listen to the player upstairs.