Netflix Music Documentaries/Movies

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  1. Tobin1634

    Tobin1634 Member

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    My apologies if we've done this recently (I couldn't find anything)

    I've watched:
    Hired Gun
    20 Feet from Stardom
    Story of the Eagles
    Steven Tyler's country album documentary
    Taylor Swift (just kidding, I haven't watched it but saw that it just popped up!)

    Any others that are worth watching?
     
  2. Big'Uns

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    - Foo Fighters - Back and Forth
    - The Bob Weir one (can’t remember the name)
    - the Keith Richards one (I think it’s just called Keith).
     
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    If you get Amazon, they have some of those "making of" docs, like Peter Gabriel - So, The Band - Self titled, and The Who - Who's Next.
     
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    Supersonic. It’s the Oasis one.
     
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    The Wrecking Crew
    Muscle Shoals
    and one of my favorites... Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage
     
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    I’ll second the Muscle Shoals suggestion. Great doc.

    Also, if you have Prime then Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet is on there.
     
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    Sample This is good and interesting. More about the Incredible Bongo Band's track Apache than the many artists who have sampled it.

    Narrated by Gene Simmons.

    8+/10 would recommend.
     
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    The Bob Weir one is The Other One: The Long, Strange Trip of Bob Weir. I just rewatched it a few weeks ago and it's really great. Keith's is also.
     
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    Who the F**k is that Guy?
    Shot!
    Danny Who?
    the Chicago one
    the George Harrison two parter
    Defiant Ones
    Chasing Trane

    In Canada, Crave has the recent Jeff Beck doc
     
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    Don't know if it's streaming but Dig!- about the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the Dandy Warhols is a good doc.
     
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    not sure of the specifics (the two don't seem to be related), but years back most all of the good music docs, etc from Netflix moved over to Qello:

    https://qello.com/
     
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    Tom Dowd and the language of music. But I can’t currently find it streaming. :(
     
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    A Band Called Death is on Vudu for free
     
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    Just scrolled through their listings and found a few more i've seen that are worthwhile:
    Crossfire Hurricane
    Metallica Some Kind of Monster
    Joe Cocker: Mad Dog w/Soul
     
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    Hired Guns is brilliant....real eye opener into the life of a career sideguy
     
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    Turn It Up is a good Electric Guitar hype piece on Amazon Prime. Narrated by Kevin Bacon with a lot of good player interviews and history.
     
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    is the one about the dude from Pentagram on there? Check that one out...sheesh what a trainwreck
     
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    They might be DVD only but “The Gits”, “Sound City”, and “The Punk Singer” are all great too.
     
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    I saw Big Star's Nothing Can Hurt Me when it was on Netflix. It's available as of this writing for free on TubiTV. It's an excellent doc and I highly recommend it.
     

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