Greatest music documentaries to drink to

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ThirstyDrunk wrote:Stinky pussy stinks
That one is about Alanis Morisette right? Right?!
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oettinger wrote: I hate
lose the hate man.really
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Not really a documentary, but informative.

Charlie Watts talking about his drum set...short, but long enough for a shot and a beer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PZug4854sI
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Cream: The Making of Disraeli Gears

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEWAEUTwSUA
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The Other One: The Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir

Now on Netflix. Highly recommended.

Watch while drinking some sort of cannabis concoction, barring that Absinthe.
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peetie44 wrote:Cream: The Making of Disraeli Gears

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEWAEUTwSUA
Good one, thanks for sharing
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Quite funny: a short part of some to me unknown Queen documentary Freddy vs Sid Vicious
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Meat Loaf, the thin red line between a good meal and stardom. Both work better with a couple oi drinks
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Palinka wrote:
ThurstonDrunk wrote:lose the hate man.really
Absolutely.
Wow.
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Chill out, oettinger; with some of your favourite rap hits...
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Nothing Can Hurt Me: Big Star currently on Netflix.

Alex Chilton and Chris Bell influence a generation and lose their minds.

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whoever said wrote:American Hardcore
That really is a good one.

I can't beliebe that no one has mentioned "Another State of Mind". It was heavily influential on me, back in the days of the VHS rental. I realize that "punk rock" is oft bandied about as something someone is into, but this really did have an effect on me in the mid-80's.

Another good one that I haven't been able to find in ages is "10 Wasted Years" about Iron Maiden.
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Without a doubt, Who is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him)? Now that guy could party, and had a beautiful voice to boot. I knew only a little about Nilsson when I began watching but by the end I was a raving fan--which is the effect any good music doc should have on the viewer.

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