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streakygopher wrote:


HockeyBum wrote:


I think it’s a few years old, but “If I Leave Here Tomorrow” (Lynyrd Skynyrd documentary) on Netflix was really good. Other than maybe 3 songs and knowing the band was in a plane crash, I didn’t know much about them going into it. You don’t need to be a Skynyrd fan to enjoy this one.

Maybe this has been mentioned, but the documentary about the Bee Gees, How do You Mend a Broken Heart, was fantastic. I was always a fan of their music from the 60s and early 70s. Of course, they launched into superstardom with Saturday Night Fever in 1977.

Narrated by the last Bee Gee, Barry Gibb, the story is quite heartwarming and a life lesson of success and failure, the refusal to go away, and the determination it takes to keep getting up off the mat.

I’ve seen the Bee Gees one, have to check out the Skynyrd one sometime soon. Stumbled across this Terry Kath thing done by his daughter. Worth a watch.

https://youtu.be/f7egJTtz10E