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Schlinky
Mar 12, 2009

...Too much drink.

I might take a look into that Eagles doco, could be worth the look.

Would anyone else be able to recommend some interesting music documentaries? I'm interested less about the history of an era and more about the stories behind the people, but I'm totally up for anything if it's good.

Examples I've seen include (and also recommend):

Searching for Sugarman - Sixto Rodriguez and his fame in South Africa, definitely recommend it.
Beware of Mr Baker - The history of Cream's drummer Ginger Baker. Probably one of my favourite documentaries right now, seriously watch it.
A Band called Death - A 70's punk group called Death
20 Feet from Stardom - About the backup singers for famous musicians
Dig! - The Dandy Warhols and The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Beats, Rhymes and Life - A Tribe Called Quest

And I'm just about to start off watching the BBC Series The Seven Ages of Rock.


e: Oh, and if anyone knows any interesting/cool fitness documentaries beyond Pumping Iron, that would also be greatly appreciated :)

Schlinky fucked around with this message at 00:07 on Oct 24, 2014

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Schlinky
Mar 12, 2009

...Too much drink.

Awesome guys, I'll check out all three - thanks!

Schlinky
Mar 12, 2009

...Too much drink.

:neckbeard:
Thanks for all of your music doco suggestions, I've got quite the watching list now!

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