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    Netflix documentary 'How the Beatles changed the world'

    Good Morning, now November, and on the cusp of the winter ~

    Found this documentary over at Netflix. 'How the Beatles changed the world' is the title and what a fine, fine viewing it was. The film made me realize, AGAIN, just how important those then young men were to music AND the transformation of then known cultures. As an USAmerican… their place in our history was film presented in a way that really enhanced my understanding of it all... and perhaps even learned a bit more about this 59 to be old.

    Seek this film out. Nothing but high praise from this viewer!

    Carry On
    Chris Buckley

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    Quote Originally Posted by winkersnufs View Post
    Good Morning, now November, and on the cusp of the winter ~

    Found this documentary over at Netflix. 'How the Beatles changed the world' is the title and what a fine, fine viewing it was. The film made me realize, AGAIN, just how important those then young men were to music AND the transformation of then known cultures. As an USAmerican… their place in our history was film presented in a way that really enhanced my understanding of it all... and perhaps even learned a bit more about this 59 to be old.

    Seek this film out. Nothing but high praise from this viewer!

    Carry On
    Chris Buckley
    If this is the documentary I am thinking about, I watched it a while back and really enjoyed it.

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    Sounds interesting. "How the Beatles changed the world." What if there had been no Beatles? What if nobody knew about the Beatles music... except for one failed musician?

    Mwuaa-haa-haa.

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    Thanks for the recommendation. I have this on my list to watch. Glad to hear it's worthwhile.

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    enough already. we get it. #grumpyoldgenXer

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    I watched it and quite enjoyed it, it was ok.

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    Check out 6:18 onward

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    Very good
    Insightful
    Thought provoking documentary

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarlberg View Post
    Sounds interesting. "How the Beatles changed the world." What if there had been no Beatles? What if nobody knew about the Beatles music... except for one failed musician?

    Mwuaa-haa-haa.
    Jack Bruce says it would have happened anyway - just not in the same way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    Very good
    Insightful
    Thought provoking documentary
    Yes!
    +1!

    ——————————————

    Also, I saw last week the biography of El Flaco Spinetta in NatGeo: very good and gives an excellent profile of his bands, music, family, friends, business, poetry, drawings and philosophy presented by his daughter Catarina.

    Very touching TBH!
    https://youtu.be/bE_5geQ222Q

    Bio (excerpt):
    https://youtu.be/VggusuVkbSQ

    “Like millions of young people around the world, The Beatles produced a complete break in the musical sensibility of Luis Alberto. That year of 1964, it was precisely the one of the "beatlemania" and the first thing he did with the money he won in the Musical Scale contest was to buy the "Beatles For Sale" album ... .”
    - The rest is history!.-

    This:
    "You have to distrust (doubt) people who have not heard the Beatles".
    Charly García.


    Pura vida!.
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