Rock Docs: A Fifty-Year Cinematic Journey
Over the last half century, music documentaries have provided us with a priceless moving-image history of rock ‘n’ roll. “Rock Docs: A Fifty-Year Cinematic Journey” is a first-of-its-kind anthology of the rockumentary genre, viewing pop music’s timeline from 1964-2014 through the prism of non-fiction film. Since its earliest days, the look of rock ‘n’ roll has been integral to its overall appeal. My book reviews over 150 films, starting with a ground level look at the Beatles’ world-changing first visit to America and coming full circle fifty years later with “Good Ol’ Freda”, where the Fab Four’s secretary looks back through the years as both a fan and an insider. In between, readers will find many films to re-experience or discover for the first time. For book excerpts, check my “Rock Docs book sampler” category. For a limited time, I am offering “Rock Docs” for only $12 per copy (w/ free shipping within the US) when ordered directly through me. Please order soon if you would like to receive in time for the holidays! Thanks, Rick Ouellette
Would thoroughly recommend – Bought it for myself last Christmas but a great idea as a surprise gift for any music lovers in your life!
Thanks for spreading the word, Alyson!
Just ordered! Looking forward to reading this, Rick! — Craig
Thanks for the Amazon review, Craig, it is much appreciated to be sure! I will send you out a copy of the comic book when it comes out next month.
Thanks, Craig. I just sent you an email in regards to shipping this out to you.