Starting a thread of music documentaries worth watching, the ideal popped into my head after seeing the Sparks documentary that will be out this year.
Been entertained by a good few:
I wasn’t a Bee Gees fan when they were active but I met Maurice Gibb in his later years (he was an avid paintballer when I was playing)
I love documentaries, not just music oriented, but here are a few great ones :
It might get loud
Lemmy (full movie)
All things must pass
There are a number of Woodstock documentaries.
You have the original one from 1970, and you also have the new one from 2019 (Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation)
Tagged a couple of these to watch.
(not to be confused with the Jack Black film)
Jimi hendrix docs rented from blockbuster and steely dan. That should fry the noodle. O and searching for sugar man.