World Rock Day is celebrated in Brazil this Wednesday, the 13th. Therefore, their celebrations are limited to our borders – this is not a reason to enjoy and remember the good songs of the genre.
For example, Hermato Pascal, who took thousands of hippies to a farm in the interior of So Paulo, loves to see concerts, and no matter how incredible, the event is one topic. Documentary is on stream.
Far from here and there, but globally, artists such as Bob Dylan, Kurt Cobby, Bikini Kill and Beetles are considered to be rock and evolutionists and are the targets of various films. . . ,
Check out the five documentaries that have changed the story of these stars and music history forever.
The film brings to the screen the famous Brazilian festival de Woods. He collected thousands of hippies and artists in four editions between the 1970s and 1980s. Hermato Pascal, Joao Gilberto, Raul Sixtus and in the small town of São Paulo. Brazil, 2019 Dire Thiago Peas. 16 years. On Netflix
Director of “Lord of the Rings” More than 150 hours of audio and 50 hours of video recorded by Michael Lindsay-Hog in 1969 behind the Beatles farewell performance in this documentary. Occurred, busy to show.
On top of a building in London – but not only that. The production includes Quartet’s personal dynamics, including the departure and return of George Harrison, John Lennon’s relationship with Yoko Ono, and songwriting. 14 years. Disney + feather
In this documentary, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Brett Morgan has uncovered unprecedented art, music and video recordings from Kurt Cobay’s life as well as interviews with close friends and family.
Use to profile until success. Fall, USA, 2015. Direction: Brett Morgan. 14 years. For rent and purchases on Google Play and Apple TV
Rolling Thunder Review Bob Dylan’s story was mixed with a documentary, musical film and fantasy to tell the 1975 Revue Tour by Martin Scores’ Rolling Thunder. People like Sam Shepard and shows like Sharon Stone, playing her own fantasy edition USA, 2019. Directed by Martin Scorsese. 16 years. On Netflix
Pink singer Cini Anderson translates the life and work of Kathleen Han, the pioneer and vocalist of the Riot Grell music movement and Biki Kill’s band, which began the women’s debate into the punk scene in the 1990s.
The film features testimonials from Joan Jet and Kim Gordon and shows the impact of the painting and the artist’s personal life, which took place in the United States in 2013. 16 years. On libreflix