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  • #16
    i like all of the ones i've seen.

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    • #17
      Thanks for all the suggestions guys! There's a few here that I haven't seen, I'll chase them up.









      Quote Originally Posted by Phil O'Keefe
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      Tom Dowd & The Language Of Music. Yes, it's largely the story of a record producer / engineer (one of the very best - a true legend), but there's a ton of great music and artist / band appearances and stories in it.



      It's definitely a great documentary, and I highly recommend it.




      I saw this one the other day, it was really cool! I'd heard of Tom Dowd from the Clapton stuff and the Atlantic stuff, but didn't realise how much stuff he'd done.....
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      Originally Posted by Naterel


      Those meatballs came out right

      But that rocket ship is ****************ed up

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      • #18


        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfKFvavNmQM
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        Duane Denison, Steve Albini, Ron Ashton, Buzz Osborne, Rowland S. Howard, Steve Turner, Jon Spencer, Chris Spencer, Kurt Ballou and Josh Homme






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        • #19
          Scratch the Movie (its about turntablsim and Hip-Hop/Skratch DJ's)

          Modulations Cinema for the Ear (about electronic music...)

          and Standing in the Shadows of Motown (...iirc)

          the DVD by Marco Minnemann (he is just a hell of a drummer and its great to watch him...)

          Strapping Young Lad DVD about the prodution of the Alien album...

          Metal - A Headbanger's Journey (its more about history and the culture in the different genres)
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          • #20
            Autoluminescent: Rowland S. Howard



            Charles Mingus: Triumph of the Underdog
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            • #21
              Anvil
              Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense
              Stones - Shine a Light
              Queen Rock Montreal
              Pixies - Loud quiet Loud
              Spinal Tap
              Almoust Famous

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              • #22


                Charles Mingus: Triumph of the Underdog


                Yes
                Originally Posted by Naterel "All bands suck period"

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                • #23
                  fearless freaks - flaming lips doc
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                  • #24
                    I do love me a good music documentary/live film

                    Here's some stuff I have and recommend.

                    Scratch - as mentioned above, 90s hip hop, sampling, DJ Shadow etc. deffo worth a watch



                    Hype! - story of Grunge from start to finish



                    Meeting People Is Easy - Radiohead 1996/7 world tour footage, interesting and depressing



                    DIG! - Brian Jonestown Massacre and Dandy Warhols over about 7 years or so, good tunes and funny



                    Stop Making Sense - classic Talking Heads concert



                    Wesley Wills's Joy Ride - Wesley Willis makes me happy



                    Scott Walker 30th Century Man - Scott Walker history, interesting stuff

                    Originally Posted by RoboPimp


                    doesn't everyone have a psychedelic dungeon?



                    Cool people : Tengo, jah_vengeance, Supernova9, scott_tele, 21rush12, HeartfeltDawn, Kaz2550, Kayzer, daysofspeed, kpd78, RoboPimp, jrkirkish, WAWBanks, PerFusionist, Pointer, wiklund87, tubezipper, Foamoi_refreshe, melx, JRBain, arcaneaether, Barnaby, Hardly, strtdv, sh333, RadioSilence, deftoneboy, Poltergeist, Snufkino, Mogwai, Soapbars, fuzzface71, JDE and loads more...

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                    • #25
                      The Beatles Anthology - about 10 hours of The Beatles!



                      1991: The Year Punk Broke - Sonic Youth, Nirvana, Dinosaur Jr. European tour with lots of skits thrown inbetween



                      American Hardcore - history of 80s hardcore scene



                      Upside Down - History of Creation Records, Jesus+Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream, early Oasis etc.



                      24 Hour Party People - Tony Wilson (Factory Records) biopic



                      Vieuphoria - Smashing Pumpkins around the release of Siamese Dream, tons of live stuff with skits and interviews



                      Backbeat - Stuart Sutcliffe biopic while with the Beatles in Hamburg



                      End Of The Century - complete history of the Ramones



                      LoudQuietLoud - Pixies on reunion tour



                      Lemmy - Lemmy!

                      Originally Posted by RoboPimp


                      doesn't everyone have a psychedelic dungeon?



                      Cool people : Tengo, jah_vengeance, Supernova9, scott_tele, 21rush12, HeartfeltDawn, Kaz2550, Kayzer, daysofspeed, kpd78, RoboPimp, jrkirkish, WAWBanks, PerFusionist, Pointer, wiklund87, tubezipper, Foamoi_refreshe, melx, JRBain, arcaneaether, Barnaby, Hardly, strtdv, sh333, RadioSilence, deftoneboy, Poltergeist, Snufkino, Mogwai, Soapbars, fuzzface71, JDE and loads more...

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                      • #26
                        Under Great White Northern Lights - White Stripes touring Canada



                        It Might Get Loud - Jimmy Page, The Edge and Jack White talking about themselves and having a jam



                        Which one's Pink? - great BBC documentary on Pink Floyd from their start up until the final Live 8 gig



                        The Filth and the Fury - history of the Sex Pistols told by the band



                        When You're Strange - history of the Doors narrated by Johnny Depp for some reason



                        Live! Tonight! Sold Out! - Nrivana live and with interviews etc. in-between



                        Moog - nice documentary about the late Bob Moog

                        Originally Posted by RoboPimp


                        doesn't everyone have a psychedelic dungeon?



                        Cool people : Tengo, jah_vengeance, Supernova9, scott_tele, 21rush12, HeartfeltDawn, Kaz2550, Kayzer, daysofspeed, kpd78, RoboPimp, jrkirkish, WAWBanks, PerFusionist, Pointer, wiklund87, tubezipper, Foamoi_refreshe, melx, JRBain, arcaneaether, Barnaby, Hardly, strtdv, sh333, RadioSilence, deftoneboy, Poltergeist, Snufkino, Mogwai, Soapbars, fuzzface71, JDE and loads more...

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                        • #27
                          Lots of good ones mentioned.
                          As for me Jim Jarmusch's "Year of the Horse" is excellent, since I'm a HUGE Neil Young fan.
                          Rarely screened, but legendary for a reason, Robert Frank's "**************************************** Blues" about the Stones' '72 tour of America. You rarely see or hear the music, but OH you get to see what happened backstage and in the hotels.
                          "Gimme Shelter" about the '69 tour and Altamont was another that sticks in my mind. Weird vibe to it, as you can imagine.
                          Oh, yes: "This is Spinal Tap."
                          ... puppets jerking on their strings ...

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                            • #29
                              The T.A.M.I. Show

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                              • #30
                                New Order - Taris Schervechko or sometging, great early New Order gig. I haven't seen the doc part yet and only half of the concert, but the new LCD Soundsystem one is pretty awesome so far.
                                Cause sometimes the rhetoric don't go with the contents

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