Greatest music documentaries to drink to

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Re: Greatest music documentaries to drink to

Post by mistah willies » Wed Mar 30, 2016 9:13 pm

It was Nilson Shcmilson that did it for me, (spelling bad) but, ya know

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Post by oettinger » Sun Apr 24, 2016 8:11 am

Looking forward to the quitter`s movie It`s so easy and othe lies.
Too much too quick for him I guess.
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Post by GraveyardShiftChuck » Sun Apr 24, 2016 2:27 pm

All three episodes of. BBC's Punk Britannia, with future Doctor Who Peter Capaldi doing the narration. For drinkers, the first one, featuring pub rock and the roots of punk, would be the best of the three. I don't know all three are still on You Tube, I downloaded them all before the Beeb decided to pull them. Curiously, they allowed The Joy of Disco back, after getting pulled off a while ago.
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Re: Greatest music documentaries to drink to

Post by mistah willies » Mon Apr 25, 2016 5:47 pm

GraveyardShiftChuck wrote:All three episodes of. BBC's Punk Britannia, with future Doctor Who Peter Capaldi doing the narration. For drinkers, the first one, featuring pub rock and the roots of punk, would be the best of the three. I don't know all three are still on You Tube, I downloaded them all before the Beeb decided to pull them. Curiously, they allowed The Joy of Disco back, after getting pulled off a while ago.

Damn fine find, fellow punk fiend.

You know, perhaps we can protect these rare finds form being removed, by not linking directly to them in a chat board. I think that you are correct to simply mention, and then let people search and seek the vids.

We might be better protectors of rare gems by not making them targets for the money grabbers.

Yup.

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Post by GraveyardShiftChuck » Tue Apr 26, 2016 1:43 pm

I'd wish I downloaded the BBC's Prog Britannia and Heavy Metal Britannia, both narrated by Nigel Planer (Neil the hippie from The Young Ones). But I've got VH1'S HEAVY: The Story of Metal (for drinkers, the third episode, featuring L.A. glam metal and part of the Chris Holmes interview, would be the best. Non-musically, I've also got two great VH1 docs, The Drug Years, and Sex: The Revolution.
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Post by oettinger » Fri Apr 29, 2016 8:29 am

mistah willies wrote: You know, perhaps we can protect these rare finds form being removed, by not linking directly to them in a chat board. I think that you are correct to simply mention, and then let people search and seek the vids.

We might be better protectors of rare gems by not making them targets for the money grabbers.

Yup.
As if we were the only ones linking to them.
I found out over the years they pop up again every so often and maybe even some more rarities appear in bunches. It`s a war of attrition between users and companys that, to my knowledge, companys often get tired off with time.
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Re: Greatest music documentaries to drink to

Post by mistah willies » Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:35 am

oettinger wrote: As if we were the only ones linking to them.
I found out over the years they pop up again every so often and maybe even some more rarities appear in bunches. It`s a war of attrition between users and companys that, to my knowledge, companys often get tired off with time.
Hopefully so. I found that (in the other sites where I write shit) sometimes the links get broken over time. It's always "third party infringement." Then I have to find a fourth party. It sounds like a hell of a night out, but it's actually a pain in the arse, and not in a good way.

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Re: Greatest music documentaries to drink to

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mistah willies wrote:
oettinger wrote: As if we were the only ones linking to them.
I found out over the years they pop up again every so often and maybe even some more rarities appear in bunches. It`s a war of attrition between users and companys that, to my knowledge, companys often get tired off with time.
Hopefully so. I found that (in the other sites where I write shit) sometimes the links get broken over time. It's always "third party infringement." Then I have to find a fourth party. It sounds like a hell of a night out, but it's actually a pain in the arse, and not in a good way.
Links break, thats life. Grab a beer not care any further
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Re: Greatest music documentaries to drink to

Post by mistah willies » Sat Apr 30, 2016 12:17 pm

oettinger wrote: Links break, thats life. Grab a beer not care any further
...And, when something matters, then you fix the broken link if you can, form 13 years ago, in the old tales.

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mistah willies wrote:
oettinger wrote: Links break, thats life. Grab a beer not care any further
...And, when something matters, then you fix the broken link if you can, form 13 years ago, in the old tales.

DRINK! to living in the past, never forgetting, and always with eyes upward, looking for the black sails in the stars: the future.
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Post by Patchez » Thu May 12, 2016 12:27 am

The Bacchus blessed best fucking ever doc to drink to.

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Post by oettinger » Sat May 21, 2016 9:32 am

Watching a Van Halen docu at the moment. Makes for good drinking on a sunny saturday afternoon trying to catch that 80s SoCal vibe before I get super loaded
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Post by oettinger » Sat Sep 17, 2016 1:36 pm

It`s a lion,
no, it`s a tiger
no it`s Pantera
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Re: Greatest music documentaries to drink to

Post by oettinger » Sun Jan 22, 2017 12:19 pm

This is fun: The Freddie Mercury Story - Who Whants To Live Forever
This time with actors. Where the heck did they cast em? It looks real

Good drinking inside the link also
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Re: Greatest music documentaries to drink to

Post by oettinger » Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:16 am

Try this Phil Lynott one. How he was born and raised is brutal. Scum racist people all around
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