Music Documentary Recommendations

A-Bone

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Decline of western civilization part 1 / 2

and 3. Since they finally have a DVD release, they are probably accessible again. All three parts are exceptionally strong documentaries.
 
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Gesualdo, Death In Five Voices

The Filth And The Fury

You Weren't There, A History Of Chicago Punk

30 Century Man(Scott Walker doc)
 

fetchmybeer

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and 3. Since they finally have a DVD release, they are probably accessible again. All three parts are exceptionally strong documentaries.

Finally! Took them long enough.

Lots of good recommendations already. I like most that I've seen, but there are two on Netflix that I couldn't get through. One was about Levon Helm and the other about Paul Williams. The Levon Helm one makes this list

http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/...c-documentaries-streaming-on-netflix.html?a=1
 

Don P.

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Since The Filth and The Fury has been mentioned Julian Temple's other films should be mentioned as they are quality as well.

The Future Is Unwritten - Joe Strummer
Oil City Confidential - Dr Feelgood

Other selections:
Be Here To Love Me - Townes Van Zandt
End Of The Century - The Ramones
Instrument - Fugazi
Fallen Angel - Gram Parsons
No Direction Home - Bob Dylan
Running Down A Dream - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Searching For The Wrong-Eyed Jesus http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0389361/
 

Creighton

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The Other One
The Last Waltz
Marley
Fugazi - Instrument
The Concert For Bangladesh
Jimi Hendrix
Wilco - Shake It Off
 

Jay K

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The Other One (about Bob Weir and the Grateful Dead but interesting even if not a Dead fan)
Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon (manager of many musicians so sort of a music documentary; I loved it)
 

Sean French

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Good Ol' Freda is a doc on the Beatles secretary and fan club pres. She started working for them when she was 17. Years before anyone knew who the were.

Beyond the Lighted Stage - Rush

In Your Dreams - Stevie Nicks

Last Days Here

The Story of Anvil

Still Alive - Paul Williams

Most are on Netflix.

Other recs were already mentioned.
 




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