12. "Definitely doesn't get enough shine" In response to Reply # 3
I figured it'd blow up like Searching For Sugarman but seemed to only get a little bit of attention while liked by everyone I knew who saw it. It's a great story and told very well. Wonder what the next rediscovered band is going to be
What a wonderful sight - 3 brothers from DETROIT, kickin' ass and mashin' out in the 70's... David was a true visionary, and I loved the fact that their family (and their neighborhood) encouraged them to continue doing what they were doing, even if it bothered everybody... and their music went hard, heavy, and funky... though I wonder if they had heard of Funkadelic, as to me, some of Death's sound has some nice sonic parallels with that band...
I sure hate that I missed the run of screenings in L.A. last week, where Death played a handful of sets...
Really, really good movie. One of the best of the year for me.
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Powerful real life story about these brothers ..David Hackney was that dude R.I.P.! _____________________________________________________ "You can win with certainty with the spirit of "one cut". "Musashi Miyamoto