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  • #46
    Laurel Canyon. I thought this is what Echos From The Canyon was going to be like. I didn't care for Echos. But I really like Laurel Canyon. Part 2 is Sunday on EPIX.

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      Not a Rock documentary, but a roots music doc: "This Ain't No Mouse Music" is great! It's about Chris Strachwitz, founder of the Arhoolie music label, who, like Alan Lomax, went around recording folk and blues musicians in their homes and local juke joints. I really enjoyed it, and recommend it to all. Its on either Amazon or Netflix, I don't remember which. Lots of great music, including a lot of the old blues guys like Manse Lipscomb and Lighting Hopkins, and Clifton Chenier, and a bunch of Cajun musicians, Michael Doucet, Marc and Anne Savoy, and more. Check it out.

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        For fans of Bruce, or just fans of music history (I think that covers everyone here), you should check out "Asbury Park: Riot Redemption Rock N Roll". This well done doc covers the history of music in Asbury Park NJ, race relations, and the power of music. It's streaming for free on YouTube until the end of August: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EP1WRZczkIs&t=206s

        Here's the two minute trailer, if you want to see if it piques your interest before you devote an hour and a half to the film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Qr0GKrlhoU There was a lot more going on in the city than just Bruce.

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