Well, it was announced this past Friday that David Grohl‘s documentary Sound City has been released and will screen at theatres up until March 1st. Not only that, but the album Sound City – Real to Reel is also available on iTunes and features tracks from a wide spectrum of artists such as Josh Homme, Lee Ving and Paul McCartney among others.
Now, the film can be streamed and downloaded in HD for the sum of $12,99 but I personally prefer to get the physical copies once it has been released on DVD. The album costs $9,99. More info via the official website here.
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Well, Roswell Films just released the trailer for David Grohl‘s upcoming documentary Sound City – a film that mainly focus on the legendary L.A. studio, but also seems to share a love and affection for music and creativity (after all it’s David Grohl we’re talking about!)
Tons of people from all kinds of musical genres share their anecdotes – I already mentioned the Musical Memories bits here – and it looks like this could be a nice film for audiophiles as well as music fans. More news coming via the official website.
Here’s a nice little feature from Dave Grohl‘s upcoming documentary Sound City: Musical Memories – artists and producers sharing their earliest memory of the events that got them into music. There’s 20+ of them now including Joe Barresi, Rick Nielsen, Lee Ving, Weezer, and Tom Petty among others. Pretty neat!
Available as a playlist on the official YouTube channel the first interview starts here. I wrote about this earlier here.