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  1. #31
    Baluchitherium
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    Quote Originally Posted by noise next door View Post
    I'm seriously thinking of contacting Sam and Scot at Banger Films and putting together a documentary that tells the story accurately

    We are both in Toronto.
    Unfortunately I doubt they'll want to bother with a band that won't participate. When they did the Rush one the band provided everything they could and Geddy even told Sam "Here's the basement in my house full of old boxes of band history stuff, go through it and knock yourself out". That's where they found the 1974 color footage. Can you imagine Eddie saying that?

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    Baluchitherium
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    Quote Originally Posted by Destructo3 View Post
    Can you imagine that pro-shot? Defies logic a band playing at that level with only bits and pieces of decent footage available. Mind numbing. Nobody could touch that group as a unit with the stage show, one of the greatest drummers, the greatest guitarist arguably of all time, amazing frontman, and we get these shit table scraps. It’s almost a sin...
    Yeah, it kills me. And "They're retired now" doesn't mean anything. So are tons of other bands that continue to maintain their legacy. Look at the INXS show from 1991 about to be released to theaters and bluray, completely re-edited and restored in 4K.



    Or what's being done on the just released Pink Floyd box set. When you see stuff like this it's maddening to try to get excited about someone trying to make an audience bootleg a little better for one of the most important hard rock bands in American history.



    Those are just two examples.

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    Romeo Delight
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    Quote Originally Posted by noise next door View Post
    The dereliction of duty displayed by WB Execs by not being aware that rock music history was being made by one of their own artists right in front of their eyes is beyond belief to me.

    It was so obvious CVH was historic stuff... esp in 80 and 81.

    The amount of cash WB had was massive, and they easily could have filmed with real film multiple shows with proper audio capture.

    Zloz knew it at least.
    And sadly Noel Monk didnít seem to care about it either....


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    Atomic Punk
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    Even at lightspeed it still sounds good too me.

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    I really have terrible luck with the things I love. Two favorite guitarists are Eddie and Randy. I can find more content on The Knack playing live than I can of both guys from 78 to 82. Then being from Cleveland I had to wait until I was about 47 to celebrate a championship. Just love things that don't really love back

 

 

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