Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by LaSalleAve, Apr 27, 2017.
Two but not sure they are still on Netflix.
1. Muscle Shoals
2. The one about Ginger Baker
Can't stand ginger baker. If the doc is about him being an insufferable dick, I'll be glad to watch.
Muscle Shoals was awesome. I never knew how much impacting history was recorded there.
I loved the part where the guy said "Paul Simon called and wanted to record with those groovy black guys in his studio band"
He was like, you can record with them but they are a bunch of old white dudes
I don't know anything about his personality but he was a hell of a drummer
Cyberwar on vice. 2nd season. Documentary type 30 min shows. Interviewer gets some great interviews asks just the right questions wo a political lean. From anonymous to wikileaks to putin the topics are current.
One of my customers produced this documentary about black carnival not many get to see. He recently died from pancreatic cancer about a month ago. He gave me a copy and I really liked it. Here's to you Royce
Another documentary by Steven Palfi. This one resurrected the career of Professor Long hair.
The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia
You just have to see it to believe it. If anyone ever saw the documentary on 'The Dancing Outlaw', Jesco White back in the day, this one is about his extended family. It would be sad if it wasn't so hilarious. Or vice versa.
How very white of you to post that.