Quarantine viewing list...so far.

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  1. E5RSY

    E5RSY Doctor of Teleocity

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    All on either Netflix or Amazon Prime:


    The Story of the Yardbirds

    Echo In The Canyon

    The Other One – The Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir

    Ken Burns' Jazz series

    Can't Stand Losing You – The Police

    The Decline of Western Civilization I

    Sound City

    The Complete Truth About De-Evolution – Devo

    If It Ain't STIFF It Ain't Worth a F***

    Sir Doug and the Genuine Cosmic Groove - Doug Sahm

    Color Me Obsessed - Replacements

    The Smiths - Under Review

    Punk in London

    Man of the World – The Peter Green Story

    Horn From the Heart – The Paul Butterfield Story

    Scarred But Smarter – Life N Times of Drivin N Cryin

    Made of Stone – The Stone Roses

    Beside Bowie – The Mick Ronson Story

    Gimme Danger – Story of the Stooges

    OASIS - Supersonic

    Keith Richards – Under the Influence

    ZZ Top – That Little Ol' Band From Texas

    I Called Him Morgan – Lee Morgan
     
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    We watched "The Winding Steam" the other night ago. Cool documentary on the Carter family.
    Some great music and info I hadn't known.
     
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    What platform?
     
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    The winding steam is that little curlicue of stank above an outhouse in the holler...
     
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    Ha! We're pretty old school watched it on DVD.
    When the library gave up curb service,
    my wife and I each maxed out our cards, and made one last run:(
     
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    City boy:D
     
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    I watched this. I quit drinking and found TV to be painfully boring without a beer.


     
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    Thanks!
    I will also throw out there:
    Amy Winehouse movie (Amy)
    Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice
    With both of these, the movies are very interesting even if you are not a fan of the performer.
     
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    E5RSY Doctor of Teleocity

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    Yep. That's how one can tell they're watching a good piece of work. I am 180-degrees from anything resembling a Grateful Dead fan, and I loved the Bob Weir doc. One of my favorites, actually.
     
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    I don't have cable and all that drama

    Ironically just "rabbit ears."

    And I'm watching lots and lots of funny and fun pet channels!!
     
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    E5RSY Doctor of Teleocity

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    None of the shows mentioned were watched, or are even available, on "cable". It's all internet these days. Come on in, the water's fine.
     
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    I finally started watching Ozark. Still in Season 1. So far, it lives up to the hype. Jason Bateman is always likeable.
     
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    As musical documentaries are the OP's thing, I recommend May it Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers. Ostensibly a fly on the wall docu about recording their 2016 album True Sadness, it goes sideways, sort of like what happened in the Wilco documentary some years ago. Produced by HBO, you can find it on Prime, etc. Highest recommendation.
     
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