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  1. Watched this documentary last night on Netflix. All about drumming, Interviews with famous drummers, talking about their influences and how they got into drumming. Not ONE mention of Neil. At. All. I kept watching it thinking maybe they're saving the best for last. but no. I'm a huge an of percussion in general so that part was enjoyable. I've been in drum circles before, but nothing like the one that was in this film. I just can't help thinking there was a reason - legal or otherwise - as to why he wasn't mentioned at all. kinda dissapointed. your thoughts
  2. This is a great documentary on four classic jazz albums from 1959. It looks at jazz as a predictor of social change in the US, and has some cool in-studio footage and outstanding narration.
  3. RUSH FANS We're pleased to announce that Episode One of LE STUDIO - TEMPLE OF SOUND is now up, live on YouTube. We're all aware of LeStudio from the Moving Pictures videos (Tom Sawyer, Limelight, Vital Signs), but many of us don't know the current or past LeStudio legacy in detail: LeStudio was formerly a world class recording studio found in the Laurentian Mountains of Canada. More precisely, in the forest of Morin Heights, Quebec. It was the private retreat of Rush for the writing and recording of (8) of their albums. Plus hundreds of countless artists over the years. By 2003, it was closed down, sold, and now sits stripped of all it's furnishings & equipment, abandoned in the forest. Episode one covers the LeStudio backstory in broad view. From inception to current state. This was important to give viewers a strong foundation for future episodes. Since the main character is a recording studio, it needed to be given a life story before we show it in its coffin. Future episodes will venture inside the building. We will also be making efforts to bring supplementary material to this channel to enhance the historical background of this magical place. https://www.youtube.com/user/lestudiochannel
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