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Favourite movies about rock and blues, metal music?

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RoCkstAr256, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. joebloggs13

    joebloggs13 Tele-Meister

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    Just watched a documentary on XTC. Very intereting. Man, bands back then....watching a punk/alternative band grow creatively with the times and themselves. Makes you appreciate what those guys did that much more. Respect.
     
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  2. Jack S

    Jack S Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    I have seen many of those mentioned and liked them all. Anything music related usually gains my attention.

    My favorite might be The Girl Can't Help It because there were so many fifties acts in it.
     

  3. Bakeacake08

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    Hired Gun was good. I really liked Don't Stop Believing: Everyman's Journey. That Thing You Do is one of my favorite all time movies.

    But mostly I'm here to say I'm dying because everyone is saying how great Crossroads is, and all I can think of is a bunch of not teenage girls in 2001 raving about this:

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  4. Maricopa

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    The Commitments is my favorite 'musical' right after The Blues Brothers.
     
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  6. DonM

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    Woodstock
    The T.A.M.I Show
    The Big TNT Show
    A Hard Days Night
     

  7. MrHamburger

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  8. Larry F

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  9. steveieg

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    The Story of Anvil
    it's heartbreaking in a way, they keep at it long after it would / might have happened.
    Every aspiring Band / Musician could learn from watching this.
     
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  10. RoCkstAr256

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    Wow so many post, didnt expect that many answers in so short time haha
     

  11. radiocaster

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    The punk one was good, the second one was more about glam metal, and metal bands turning glam. Not as much about other metal.
     

  12. CK Dexter Haven

    CK Dexter Haven Friend of Leo's

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    Some styles not in your original vet, but highly recommended

    A Great day in Harlem
    Standing in the Shadows of Motown
    Muscle Shoals
    Lambert & Stamp
    Any/all of the "Deconstructing the Beatles" series
    Heavy Metal Parking Lot.....

    For fun
    Empire Records
    High Fidelity
    School of Rock
    Begin Again

    And while not a "music" movie per se, Dazed & Confused is a window on how music impacted the day to day life of average Middle American teen in the the late '70s and early '80s, much as Quadrophenia showed the UK in the early/mid 60's
     
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  13. dswo

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  14. suthol

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    Bob Weir - The Other One
    Rush - Beyond The Lighted Stage
    Glenn Campbell - I'll Be Me
     

  15. Silent Otto

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    The Blues is a 2003 documentary film series produced by Martin Scorsese, dedicated to the history of blues music. In each of the seven episodes, a different director explores a stage in the development of the blues. The series originally aired on PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) in the United States. -- from wiki
     
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  16. PonyExpress

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    Wow. nobody have any love for Rock of ages?



     

  17. CK Dexter Haven

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    Have this checked out from the local library, probably watch it this eve.
     

  18. slauson slim

    slauson slim Friend of Leo's

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    By The Levee
    Yes to TNT, TAMI and Lambert and Stamp.
     
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  19. Welker

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    In the early to middle 1980’s, there was a movie on HBO about a teenage kid who played guitar and his dream was to make it in the music business. All I really remember about it was I really liked it (probably because I just got my first electric guitar) and the kid had a Les Paul if I’m remembering correctly.
     

  20. Deeve

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    Mandatory - for anyone w/ no actual "road experience" (like me) who imagines a fantasy life and how it all works out like clockwork.
    In reality, it's probably either a dog's breakfast or boring as hell, w/ brief shining moments.

    Other movie - That Thing You Do - Tom Hanks. What a lovely soundtrack!

    Keep posting - Deeve
     
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