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...but I'm watching the Crossfire Hurricane docu on tv just now (Jack Daniel's is involved) and I'm thoroughly enjoying it.
Still don't care much for their music but I love the stories.
Hyde Park. San Francisco.
You just don't get stuff like this now. Same with the Led Zep docs, The Who, The Beatles etc.
Do the kids these days dream of being McFly?
No, they dream of being Rihanna or Ollie Murs.Do the kids these days dream of being McFly?
Breeding mammals with insects is my personal bugbear.
I have to agree with ICBM and koneguitarist. The documentaries on most of the bigger acts from the 60's and 70's pretty much all fascinate me, I like reading about that era as well. Recent fav's are Keef's book "Life" and "The Making of Dark Side of the Moon". I also recently came across a DVD at my local library simply titled "George Harrison" that documented his entire life with interviews with everybody, his son, his wife, Eric Clapton etc..., and had loads of footage I'd never seen before. It was about 3 1/2 hours long on 2 discs but I watched it all. Especially entertaining was his wifes description of how she fought off the burglar that broke into their house and stabbed George. As ugly of a situation as it was she told of how she took a fireplace poker and began striking the intruder about the head while he had George down on the floor and they showed a mug shot of the guy after the doctors had patched him up, man did she do a number on the guy. It was hilarious to me, but of course, she wasn't laughing.
It's weird about The Stones. For me, I think the stuff they did with Brian Jones and including Let It Bleed was great, on the whole; creative and innovative at times. However, after that I find their efforts to be be even more american to be a bit of a turn-off. As much as I like Keef's and Charlie's playing.
kids today want to be The Foo Fighters and RHCPs!
Kind of like Ringo except that Jagger never said he wasn't even the best drummer in the Stones .
They come across as no more than tribute band to me... Ronnie wore pick socks at his recent marriage, no doubt to prove how rock & roll he is. And he's the one I've got time for... To borrow Mrs Merton's fantastic question, I wonder what attracted Ronnie's new wife to the muilti-millionaire?