"No Direction Home: Bob Dylan" is barely above average documentary because it doesn't really offer anything new for those already familiar with the legendary artist. Also Pete Seeger, the composer and co-writer of "Where Have All The Flowers Gone", is interviewed and the documentary reveals some interesting facts regarding one incident between him and young Bob Dylan."
sunset96 added this to a list 2 years, 6 months ago
"500 Greatest Songs of all time!
Only 7 songs are not in the English language:
6 from Pakistani artists in the Urdu language and 1 Mexican song (La Bamba)
The songs are mainly from the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and a few from 2000's. Prior 40's, only few are selected with just one from the 20's (Crazy Blues)"
"Moniulotteinen ja Scorsesen dokkarien tapaan hyvin kattava. Etenkin Newportin festivaalin aikainen kuvamateriaali ja kaikki tämän goes electric-hässäkän ympärille sijoittuvan polemiikin kuvaukset ovat teoksen parasta antia."
geojones100 added this to a list 3 years, 10 months ago
"While the successful I’m Not There featured Dylan’s multi-faceted persona, this 3-hour long documentary is a lot more “inside” because it created a myth out of reality. Insiders into Dylan’s career play like testimonies in court with Dylan’s public performances as major exhibits. And it’s directed by Martin Scorsese for chrissakes. "
Stehako added this to a list 4 years, 7 months ago