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Performance, documentary and contemporary musicals in popular and classical forms.
NB: For classic Musicals, see "Classics", and for music-themed feature films, look for "music" under "Comedy" or "Drama".
Soundbreaking explores the history of recorded music. Featuring more than 150 original interviews, the series charts a century's worth of innovation and experimentation, and offers a behind-the-scenes look at the birth of brand new sounds.
Prodigious drummer Ginger Baker reflects on his explosive but chequered musical career that peaked with Cream and Blind Faith, but that was marred by self-destructive patterns and losses of fortune.
Film-maker Jay Bulger braves insults and even physical abuse in spending time with the notoriously…
Joyous celebration of the musical work of a loose collective of session musicians that became later known as "The Wrecking Crew", a band that provided versatile back-up instrumentals to hundreds of hit records and came to define the West Coast pop sound of the 1960's.
An intimate and insightful portrait…
Sure to inspire renewed appreciation of the work from fans of the iconic album and film, this extraordinary and technically dazzling rock spectacle presents former-Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters performing "The Wall" in its entirety.
This film also intercuts poignant footage of Waters' personal…