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Favourite Music Doco/Concert Films?


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Under Great White Northern Lights - White Stripes touring Canada

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0tCwlSxN3w

 

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

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2y9KEtiQ8CM

 

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

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_508DR0EXU4

 

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

 

[video=youtube;NuWGrAGKt-c]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuWGrAGKt-c

 

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

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7tIfbKAZOM

 

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

 

 

Moog - nice documentary about the late Bob Moog

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5HRa9nEVVU

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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 "Cocksucker 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."

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A particular favourite of mine is an old Pat Metheny VHS called More Travels, which has some really great performances and other footage from the late '80s. I have a copy, and a DVD copy of that, but I'm hoping it might be remastered and rereleased on DVD eventually...

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