Music documentaries and films


#21

i wanna watch the LR one this weekend…if i do i’ll report back.


#22

Is that Ronstadt documentary on Netflix? I can’t find it.

We watched Echo in the Canyon.
Not a fan of the performances of the younger crew but the interviews with the old timers were magical. I think the interviews had a sweet tone, probably because of who Jakob is.

This is 100% worth seeing just for the Petty and Crosby interviews.


#23

i saw the echo in the canyon. and completely agree w/ your review. good. but not great.


#24

the LR is on Amazon Prime i think?


#25

Watching Miles Davis - Birth of Cool.

:sunglasses:


#26

This looks really good, a documentary about the Gibson J45. Hope it eventually comes out in full:

http://americanworkhorsemovie.com


#27

Nice.


#28

That looks like a great film. I see Rendall and Jim from Heritage guitars along with footage from the plant in Kalamazoo are featured.


#29

Watched the Keith Richards - Under the influence documentary on Netflix last night. It was exceptionally well done in my opinion.

Also reminded me how much I love Gregory Isaac’s music too!


#30

Oh my. Ginger was quite a character.


#31

This was heavenly. I thought her relationship with Emmylou was particularly touching.


#32

agree.

loved every second of this.


#33

Yes that was a good doc.

I saw Linda At Pine Knob back in the mid-70’s You’re No Good was a big hit at the time I believe. Great band and high energy show. Bernie Leadon’s band was in support.


#34

I would have loved to be in the same room as that voice.


#35

I’ve been waiting to see it, but it’s not free on any of my streaming services yet. Hopefully soon.


#36

It’s 4 bucks of totally worth it on Amazon prime.