It Might Get Loud [Blu-ray]
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A documentary on the electric guitar from the point of view of three significant rock musicians: The Edge, Jimmy Page, and Jack White. Starring: Jimmy Page, The Edge, Jack White
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Well 2 reasons:
1. The Blu-ray quality is worth the price.
2. There is almost 30 minutes of out takes that could have all been in the movie (except for about 15 seconds - you will know when you see it) plus the movie Press conference is fascinating (Jack White could do stand up).
If you haven't seen it - I feel sorry for you. It is one of the best music documentaries that you will ever see. I won't spoil it by telling you what is in the movie - JUST BUY IT!!!!
Si vous êtes musicien ou simplement amateur de musique, ce film est une occasion d'aller à la rencontre de 3 muisiciens en totale symbiose avec leur instrument.
Warning: If you're a music snob that hates everything made after 1979 than this may not be the movie for you. Jimmy Page's screen time only takes up 1/3 of the film. Your best bet is to watch a Zeppelin DVD and go relive your glory days.
The Edge and Jack White's back story are fantastic. They are both engaging characters. Getting to know them and learning how they create their sounds was a treat.
Page just blows me away, just oozes cool. Jack White is on another planet as far as how he approaches music - and that is a great thing. Would love to be in a small club and just see him jam with a bunch of artists. If have always liked U2 but not given the Edge enough credit with his playing. He is the technology master - what a pedal board! I get confused with 2 let alone an entire board of pedals and other effects.
Really pleased with the purchase.
The meeting of the players gives to the viewer a too few moments of great music
A must see for the musician
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This is a must see documentary. I loathe rock musicians but this has changed my mind about them - at least these 3. They are extremely talented. Read morePublished 6 months ago by OAT
I was expecting so much more than this snooze fest drivel. Total sewer turds.Published 8 months ago by Andy Vogt