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Here in the black, his recent live album is well worth a spin for a catchup, includes a lot of the old favourites!
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Hollowpoint wrote:The Journey doco on Netflix is pretty great and I knew about two Journey songs total before watching that!
yeah watched that middle of last year, was a great watch
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I highly recommend the Jason Becker doco "not dead yet" ....... Sad and inspiring at the same time.

its on putlocker for you stealers :rofl:
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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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Looking forward to watching this, been watching some snippets on youtube, looks amazing, and it's a 4 part doco!

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Someone may have mentioned it but I really enjoyed the Tom Petty doco that's on Netflix.

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jeremyb wrote:Looking forward to watching this, been watching some snippets on youtube, looks amazing, and it's a 4 part doco!

Looks mean ay!

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dayl wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Looking forward to watching this, been watching some snippets on youtube, looks amazing, and it's a 4 part doco!

Looks mean ay!
Yarrrr, already downloaded it!! :mental:
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Mean, didnt know it was out there chur

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dayl wrote:Mean, didnt know it was out there chur
Yup, was shown less than a month ago, so pretty fresh!
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jeremyb wrote:Looking forward to watching this, been watching some snippets on youtube, looks amazing, and it's a 4 part doco!

Went trawling for this thread as a possible good place to book mark documentaries, spotted this post and started watching it last night.

WOW - really enjoyed the first part, can't wait to dive in for part 2 next

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Semi band related!

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Well maybe not a documentary as such but Neil Young will be opening up his online Archives. Looks like it'll have everything. Some interesting comments on streaming audio quality in the blurb. It hasn't opened but there is a blurb on the home page:

http://www.neilyoungarchives.com/deskto ... 6e6946bd96
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Keen as to see the HLAH doco Swagger of Thieves. Biggest influence a NZ band had on my playing/performance was their wild shows of the early 90's
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Mr Davison wrote:Keen as to see the HLAH doco Swagger of Thieves. Biggest influence a NZ band had on my playing/performance was their wild shows of the early 90's
Farrrkkkk looks epic!

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