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Dieser Film führt nicht nur zu den Spuren der Underground Szene, sondern erklärt auch die Bedeutung der unübertroffenen Band The Beatles.
Going Underground: Paul McCartney, The Beatles & The Counterculture is a stunningly thorough DVD release tracing the rise of Experimental Music and Psychedelic Music through England and how Paul McCartney simply not moving to the country like his band-mates gave him top access to a movement in the making that would change world music and culture forever. Dating Jane Asher at the time and living in her basement despite his immense wealth, he was writing hits for others and encountering the UK counterpart to the Beat writers, some of the US originals of which were visiting the country. McCartney got interested very quickly along with the literature, publishing and dissonant music of the time starting in 1965. As a result, he would back the work of many of these people while on break from The Beatles and then started to really pay attention to the music, resulting in landmark songs with the band that quickly mainstreamed these innovations and gave The Beatles their next artistic breakthroughs. The other band-mates were not as quick to catch on at first, but that soon changed and by the time the Summer Of Love happened in 1967, they were easily keeping up with a fresh new group of bands, especially The Who and particularly Pink Floyd. The makers are very thorough here, delivering more incredible vintage footage, original vintage music and great interviewees and scholars. This time, it is the great Chris Ingram who is the best and most insightful, as well as the most hilarious moments throughout in a must-see winner for all serious music fans. I was very impressed. Extras include Extended Interviews in a featurette entitled 'The Other Side Of The Mirror: US & UK Psychedelia' worth seeing after the documentary. Taped in March 1992 after they had several big worldwide hits, Level 42 Live shows a band that was still in more than prime form and ready to have even more hits and success, but as the music business was too busy trying to make it on one hit wonders and fads, they never got the chance to have more success as they deserved to. Hot Water, Her Big Day, Lessons In Love and the classic Something About You, this is a really decent, top rate concert whose only flaw is that it is not longer. The band is in amazing form with plenty of energy, musical prowess and more than enough talent to annihilate most such bands to day. If you are curious or a fan, this DVD is worth your time and singer Mark King not only delivers here terrifically, but still had the voice 7 years later when he went solo. There are no extras unfortunately, but I want to explicitly recommend King s great solo Ohne Filter show from 1999 we reviewed many years ago, is still one of the best in the series and you can read more about at this link: --Fuel Drive-In .com
Voted No. 7 Uncut Magazine End Of Year Poll 'Music DVDs' This DVD configures the story of the 1960s London Underground scene from the point of view of Macca, with help from scenesters Barry Miles, Robert Wyatt, Joe Boyd and the late Mick Farren, while the archive footage is particularly strong. --Uncut Magazine January 2014