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Midsummer Rock (1970)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary | Music
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Documentary of a rock concert that took place in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1970.

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Documentary of a rock concert that took place in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1970.

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Theme for an Imaginary Western
Performed by Mountain
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Fantastic portrait of early 70's Stooges (with Iggy!)
14 May 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This famous documentary broadcast featured several of the era's rowdiest bands. But it was the legendary Stooges who really blew me away the first time I viewed it. Grainy, harsh, intimidating & fun. If you want to learn where true hardcore punk originated you don't have to look any further than this...a timeless performance translated through raw metal mayhem. The first time I viewed the "Midsummer Rock Fest 1970" was in 1999 while visiting my girl in London. We were at a flat gathering on Upper Street, and I'll never forget walking into that little blue room & hearing the early roars & grinds of T.V. Eye (from the Stooges Funhouse album)...I'd tell you more, but that would spoil this tasty & tantalizing flick...especially if you're into proto-punk & the godfather Iggy Pop.


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