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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by 440mhz, Nov 8, 2019.
I watched this recently... it is excellent. Highly recommended.
Thanks for that heads-up! Just watched it. An amazing and very interesting look at that album.
Spinal Tap and
The Kids are Alright
I was pretty enthralled with Country Music by Ken Burns. No one has mentioned it yet?
Beware Mr. Baker. Amazing documentary about a very interesting man.
Cure for Pain about Mark Sandman. Another remarkable man.
Not my favourite by far tho a Fab period piece...
This movie has been mentioned several times already, but I also wanted to give it a shout out. It's not just a brilliant music doc, but raises interesting questions about success, ambition, and what it means to pursue a craft versus stardom. Really amazing doc!
A little different from the prior posts
New York Doll (full)
Searching for Johnny (trailer)
Color Me Obsessed (trailer)
Tom Petty running down a dream
foo fighters back and forth
Yes, that one. One part that gets me is the pianist looking for a piano for his concerts. He's trying a dozen theoretically identical pianos. But when he tries The One, you can tell.
Also, Grohl's Sound City. I may not care for his music but I can't deny his enthusiasm.
I didn't see Let It Be listed.
The last waltz
"You see me laughin'......"
Wow. Have watched this twice now and it just gets better.
Was completely unaware of CeDell.....man was a genius.
Oh, Bad News Tour takes the title for me.
'It says sausages up there'.
I just watched this one on your recommendation. Time well spent. Thank you.
Rick Hall's life story was amazing even though it was full of tragedy.
This..... and Muscle Shoals.
Gram Parsons: Fallen Angel
the parts with Bernie Leadon are worth the rest... Hillman is good in it too...
Milton Babbitt was a composer who was a major influence on me. He wasn't widely known outside the world of contemporary composition, but he was great and a wonderful character. One of his former students tried to make a documentary, but died before it was finished. Someone else tried to fix it up, but it was beyond disappointing. It was just a bunch of clips and home movie-type restaurant excursions, etc. A real doc about this amazing man is needed, and will surely be coming one day.
The Last Waltz. Actually attended that show. I might be old but I'm still kicking and rocking
The Greatest Unknown Guitarist in the World… About Roy Buchanan
The decline of western civilization part two – the heavy-metal years
And, in spite of all it’s imperfections, the Ken Burns Jazz series