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T.A.M.I. Show Ticket

T.A.M.I. and the Big T.N.T.

The T.A.M.I. Show (1965) and The Big T.N.T. Show (1966) — two concert films that captured dozens of the 1960s’ most popular musical performers from Ray Charles to The Rolling Stones — have been released on Blu-ray dis...
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The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl 68

The Doors Live At the Bowl

Doors Film/DVD by Harvey Kubernik Doors live 1968 concert from the Hollywood Bowl, Live at the Bowl ‘68,  is available on DVD, Blu-Ray, and Digital Video from Eagle Rock Entertainment. A CD, Digital Audio, and double LP from...
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The Elusive Bluesman

The documentary, Horn From The Heart The Paul Butterfield Story takes a look at the life of a “humorous, talented and complex” musician By Harvey Kubernik Paul Butterfield learned the blues from the original masters...
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mingus

The Shadows of Charles Mingus

Bebop and Beyond By Armand Lewis In the 1930s and ’40s the film industry was totally controlled by the major studios. These companies (including MGM and Paramount) controlled not only production and distribution, but also alm...
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The Seeds

Pushin’ Too Hard

RAGS TO RICHES IN THE NEW SEEDS DOCUMENTARY By Harvey Kubernik   Pushin’ Too Hard, a long form documentary about seminal garage band The Seeds, directed by Neil Norman and produced by Alec Palao for the Crescendo Production...
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yessongs

Prog-Rock Anniversary

The 40th Anniversary edition of the concert film Yessongs revisits the band’s 1972 performance at London’s Rainbow Theater By Harvey Kubernik Based in the U.K., Screenbound emerged from various U.K. distribution, pr...
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L-R: The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts

Photo: Claude Gassian

The Rolling Stones 3 Ways: Mono, Live & Brand New

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the gang prove that they are forever relevant with a new release of classics, The Rolling Stones in Mono; two unforgettable shows at Desert Trip in Coachella; and a brand new album due in Decembe...
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Doc Pomus

Doc Doc Rocks

AKA DOC POMUS, SHEDS LIGHT ON THE AMERICAN SONGWRITER WHO WROTE “PERFECT” SONGS By Michael Sigman If you love music, you may be vaguely familiar with the name Doc Pomus. But chances are at least one or two of the 1,...
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Last Shop Standing

Record Store Day’s Documentary Tracks The Rise, Fall And Survival Of The Record Store By Michael Sigman wenty years ago, the UK boasted a thriving record-store culture, with over 2200 indie shops and as many as three on a sin...
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