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i just watched dig ! about bjm and loved it , any one suggest anything good ? im into all sorts of music to be honest the more drug influenced the better lol
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This is Spinal Tap
Any guitarist (or fan of rock music) who has not seen this movie needs to.

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#7
funky monks is absoltuely brilliant imo
while its not a documentarl control is quite good (about joy division). a really good film even if youre not a fan
#8
Another State Of Mind - Follows a Punk Rock tour in the early eighties

American Hard Core - Discusses the roots of American Hard Core Punk. Great film featuring lots of interview clips with members of legendary punk bands like Bad Brains, Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, and many more.

Hard Core Logo - Mockumentary in which the fictional band Hard Core Logo tries to get in one last tour before calling it quits. Stars Hugh Dillon of The Headstones as Billy Talent. Yeah, that's where the Band's name came from.

The Decline of Western Civilization part II - The Metal Years

Led Zepplin, The Song Remains The Same

Woodstock! You said the more drugged out the better didn't you?

There're tons more I'm sure.
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#10
There's a sweet BBC documentary about Krautrock up on YouTube.
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#11


This is an excellent documentary.

Tom Dowd was a producer for more than fifty years and has worked with everybody. He was also a physicist involved with the Manhattan Project. He innovated recording techniques. He is the brain behind many songs that you know and love.

Watch this documentary.


Do it.


Watch this fuckin' thing.
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#12
id hardly call this is spinal tap a documentary haha , it is a brilliant film though alot of brilliant subtle humour

loads of good suggestions , im shamelessly ruining the media industry with a downloading rampage

i cant beleive ive been calling myself a radiohead fan i didnt even know they had a film out , im disgusted in my self , gona have to give that tom dowd one a go aswell seeing as your so persuasive lol
#14
Just watched Back and Forth, about the rise of the Foo Fighters. Really good stuff.
#15
Foo Fighters: Back and Forth
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#16
Foo Fighters: Back and Forth
Pearl Jam Twenty
There are some decent 'Classic Albums' episodes.
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#17
"The Devil and Daniel Johnston" It's a fantastic film, with great music, about a great musician you most likely have never heard of.
It would be interesting to hear what someone unfamiliar with Dan's music would think of it.
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Backed. This is awesome. I saw it on IFC one night at 12 am. Watched it several times since.
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"The Devil and Daniel Johnston" It's a fantastic film, with great music, about a great musician you most likely have never heard of.
It would be interesting to hear what someone unfamiliar with Dan's music would think of it.


everybody should watch this. Dan's music is seriously so great.
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everybody should watch this. Dan's music is seriously so great.

Yes! And it's really nice to know that now he's all healthy and happy. Well, maybe not that healthy, when I was with him he probably had at least 10 sodas, but other than that he's doing great. He's supposed to be putting out a new record sometime soon and there is a biopic in the works. Dave Miller and Gabe Sunday are directing/producing it.
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Yes! And it's really nice to know that now he's all healthy and happy. Well, maybe not that healthy, when I was with him he probably had at least 10 sodas, but other than that he's doing great. He's supposed to be putting out a new record sometime soon and there is a biopic in the works. Dave Miller and Gabe Sunday are directing/producing it.


you met him? that's pretty awesome. a friend of mine from Brighton met him a few years back. must be a great experience.

I hadn't heard about the biopic, but that should be fantastic!
he's really one of those hopeful stories in music. also, I guess, a big reason I kept writing songs. you know, those "I can do that" moments. only to find that it isn't always as easy as it sounds.

on an unrelated note, I dig your soundcloud, man. can definitely hear some Dan in there.
#23
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Until The Light Takes Us.

It's a documentary about the Norwegian black metal scene and the minds of those who started it. Really interesting, and you can watch it on Youtube.

I second this.

Also, there was a PBS documentary (it should be around for free somewhere) called Merchants of Cool that, in part, explored the music industry. It was a very interesting watch, as I recall. Nothing earth shattering, but still great.