So I was finally able to catch “Echo In The Canyon” yesterday, as it’s made its way to Netflix. I’ve been dying to see it, because it chronicles one of my favorite eras/places in music history. Oh, but to be a witness to that party at Mama Cass’ when CSN harmonize for the first time. But I digress... Anyway, I found the documentary a little disappointing. Jakob Dylan is a remarkably talented individual, but he injected way too much of himself into what is ostensibly a history. I don’t care how well you can cover these classic songs, dude. How about leaving it to the original artists. I could have given you a pass if you’d have done this once or even twice (maximum) over the course of the film. But nearly every song? Dude. If you’re a fan of LA Rock in the 60s-70s, The BBC produced a much better documentary, entitled “Hotel California” HERE is a link to that particular documentary.