A Poem is a Naked Person (1974) (** ½) is documentarian Les Blank’s portrait of musician/songwriter Leon Russell at his Oklahoma studio circa 1972-74. I’m not a particular fan of Blank’s style, which chooses to focus more on Russell’s surroundings than the man himself. The extras, featuring interviews with Russell, prove to be more than worth the price of the disc and deserve a separate rating of (*** ½).