Big Brother and the Holding Company - 900 nights (1960)
Genre Muziek
Film Release Datum 1960
Land Verenigde Staten
Taal Engels
Speelduur 50 min.
Medium DVD
Kleur Kleur
Janis Joplin
Big Brother &sThe Holding Company
Nine Hundred Nights is the story of the brief reign of the pivotal '60s psychedelic rock group Big Brother and the Holding Company. Although they will always be remembered as the band who launched the career of Janis Joplin, Big Brother also occupy a significant place in the history of San Francisco psychedelia in their own right. The DVD follows the band from their formation in 1965, through the arrival of Janis Joplin in mid 1966, their first two albums in 1967 and 1968 and on to Joplin’s departure in 1969. The programme contains classic footage of the band performing live on TV and in concert (including footage from Monterey), interviews with the members of the band and their contemporaries and rarely seen rehearsal and studio performances. Nine Hundred Nights is an absolute must for any Janis Joplin fan, with some of her most scintillating performances caught on film, but is also a brilliant snapshot of the psychedelic era of the late '60s.
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Index 5204
Verzamel Status In Verzameling
Aanschafdatum 15-10-2006
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Atlantic DVD
Editie gegevens
Scherm Verhouding PAL 16:9
Ondertitels Geen
Geluidssporen Dolby Digital 5.1
Lagen Enkelzijdig, Enkellaags
Aantal 1