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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RoCkstAr256, Jan 12, 2018 at 5:13 PM.
It Might Get Loud
Since I read this thread a few hours ago I've watched the Anvil documentary and The Wrecking Crew and genuinely have learned so much.
There's ton of great documentaries on DVD.
Just search for "classic albums"
I have a bunch of them. All about the making of classic albums.
Also"classic albums under review".
Just search your favorite artists name followed by ' dvd'.
For funny spoofs i still enjoy ' Walk Hard ', the takeoff on ' Walk the Line '.
Ray is aso a good one.
I mean, the soundtrack alone...
I kinda like the Sting documentary “Bring On the Night.”
Monterey Pop - Jimi, Otis, Janis, Laura Nyro...the first pop festival. Ah, 1967.
Festival - about Newport Folk Festival including when Zimmerman went electric in front of the purists, cool Bloomfield footage, Howlin' Wolf and the sublime Mississippi John Hurt.
Jazz On A Summer's Day - Newport Jazz Festival, with Thelonius, the lovely swinging Anita O'Day and Chuck Berry.
The US Festival 1982 - Woz's and Wolfgang Grajonka's big wazoo.
anyone seen GIMME SHELTER?
was MONTEREY POP accurate?
One Trick Pony
Any film with bass player Tony Levin in it has to be good.
And there's a spectacular nude scene in it featuring the lovely Joan Hackett, along with a nude bathtub scene with Mare Winningham.
Oh yeah, Paul Simon is in the movie too.
Just re-watched that last winter. Pretty nolstalgic & sad for me. Movie is nothing but the music & time in my life was great.
In no particular order.
Eddie and the Cruisers 1&2
Walk the Line
Your Cheatin Heart
Those are my favorites and I will watch them if one is on TV.
Linda, Linda, Linda
We Are the Best!
No One Knows About Persian Cats
Hard Core Logo
Rock and Roll High School
Phantom of the Paradise
Leningrad Cowboys Go America
Detroit Metal City
I second the recommend for Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains
by Les Blank:
A Well Spent Life
The Blues Accordin' to Lightnin' Hopkins
Spend It All
A Poem Is a Naked Person
Terry Zwigoff's Louie Bluie.
The Decline of Western Civilization trilogy
Three pages and no mention of Shine a Light? Martin Scorsese + The Rolling Stones = bad@ss.
I just watched a documentary about street performers called Find Your Way. Interesting...
Yes, Netflix has a few documentaries at the moment (depends on your country, perhaps?). Most are worth your time.
Hired Gun, Crossfire Hurricane, Under the Influence, Punk Syndrome, Sugarman, etc. The one about Muscle Schoals was really interesting.
I have that on DVD since it came out and still haven't watched it.
Decline 2 is great for comedic value but I remember guys like that when I first started really getting into bands and stuff. A lot of the older guys at the time were just like those dufases. Decline 1 is probably the best historically but 3 is just annoying.
I had 1&2 on VHS for years. There's a DVD set now.
Eight days a week is also worth a look.
ABSOLUTELY! What a fantastic movie!
Oh, and also:
The Decline of the Western Civilization