Amazing, very emotional and with a lot of stories behind great bands.
A great Canadian band that got little love.
Legendary performance--anything special about the mix? (Sinatra at the Sands, I mean.)COUNT BASIE
THROUGH HIS OWN EYES
Just watched a good one on my PBS channel on Count Basie, learned some things about him I didn't know and how much Frank Sinatra loved and helped protect him, his band and Quincy Jones from terrible racism in Las Vegas. The man was genius for sure.
And while your at it, listen again to their work together with this DVD-A:
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I guess, take your pick from the Poll, different strokes and all. I need to listen to it again myself to get a better feel for it (might even study it on a DAW and see what’s shakin’)Legendary performance--anything special about the mix? (Sinatra at the Sands, I mean.)
I recently saw this on Netflix and it is very, very good.
My understanding is that a documentary on the early years of Zep has been completed with the full involvement of the surviving members and they are figuring out how to distribute it. Soon, hopefully.I've always wanted to produce Rock Doc's and one band that has not yet had justice done for them is none other then Led Zeppelin.....sign me up if there is anyone who is a mover and shaker to get involved in making one.
This one is ok but not great
Eagle Rock as a production house have made consistently good music documentaries, and they distribute great material produced by others too - like the excellent Classic Albums series.
Okay, Tower Records fans. (And quad-maniacs.) I came across this ad while doing some Newspapers.com research today. Get down there and snap up these bargains!Here's one not to be missed by Colin Hanks:
OMG That was last week's sale!!! They are sold out, Damn I'm always a little late to the Sale...