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Spend an Evening with Saddle Creek (2005)

Spend an Evening with Saddle Creek is the story of the record label as told by the people who made it happen. With extensive interviews, rare performances and archival footage, the film is ... See full summary »
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Clark Baechle ...
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Bright Eyes
Gretta Cohn ...
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Dapose ...
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Orenda Fink ...
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Todd Fink ...
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Joseph Knapp ...
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Andy LeMaster ...
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Matt Maginn ...
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A.J. Mogis ...
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Mike Mogis ...
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Robb Nansel ...
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Conor Oberst ...
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Spend an Evening with Saddle Creek is the story of the record label as told by the people who made it happen. With extensive interviews, rare performances and archival footage, the film is an oral and visual history of how the combination of talent, dedication and collaboration launched bands like Bright Eyes, Cursive and The Faint into the national eye and has fostered a close-knit family of artists that continues to inspire each other and their fans. Written by Plexifilm

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Cameraman: Jake, would you like to ask Dapose a question?
Jake: Why isn't it 'the conductor' instead of 'THE conductor?
Dapose: ...Shut the fuck up
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Amazing for Saddle Creek Fans
24 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Drags here and there but ultimately a great representation of the development of Saddle Creek and their excellent artists. A must have for fans. There is major involvement of the bands and SC staff. The extras have a lot of show footage which is awesome. Overall a great DVD. Of course there is more emphasis on the more prominent artists, but they do include the original 11. It's also funny to see a lot of the artists jumping from band to band, helping each other out; it also shows that it is not just a record company, but a tight knit family. Well, a family of extremely talented, multi-instrumented, and insanely intelligent people. I just wish they would release a DVD of their artists' music videos, that would be fantastic :-D.


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