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Punk revolution NYC [videorecording] / produced by Prism Films ; written and directed by Tom O'Dell
Alternate Title Subtitle on container: Velvet Underground, the New York Dolls & the CBGBs set [videorecording]
New Malden, Surrey : Pride, c2011
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  ML3534 .P86 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject Velvet Underground (Musical group)
New York Dolls (Musical group)
CBGB OMFUG (Nightclub)
Subject(s) Punk rock music -- New York (State) -- New York -- History and criticism
Punk rock musicians -- New York (State) -- New York -- Interviews
Documentary films
Nonfiction films
Biographical films
Physical Description 2 videodiscs (192 min.) : sd., b&w, col. ; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD, all regions, NTSC, fullscreen presentation
Performer/Participant Narrator, Thomas Arnold
Credits Music by Chris Ingham ; executive producer Rob Johnstone
Summary This documentary film, clocking in at over 3 hours, traces the entire history of New York's punk movement; the VU years, the Warhol influence, the Dolls reign, and the handover of power to the bands who, despite their differences in sound, shared the sensibilities and attitude introduced to the city's musical landscape by Warhol and the Velvets a decade before. These were the groups and musicians who claimed the lower east side of the city as their playground and the former bluegrass club CBGBs as their HQ. With the aid of performance footage, rare archive, exclusive interviews and some of the most exciting music ever recorded, this programme offers a visual experience of these events second only to having lived through them. Features brand new interviews with Richard Hall & Richard Lloyd from Television, Suicide's Alan Vega, Gary Valentine from Blondie and Elda Gentile from Debbie Harry's previous band The Stilletos, The Voidoids' Ivan Julian, ex-Ramones manager Danny Fields, Warhol acolytes Jayne County and Lee Black Childers, scene photographer Roberta Bayley, writers Robert Christgau and Victor Bockris - both of whom witnessed events as they unfolded - plus Simon Reynolds and Tony Fletcher representing the British view, Patti Smith biographer Mark Paytress, and the man who recorded the New York sound in the 1970s, Craig Leon - producer of debut albums by The Ramones, Blondie and Suicide
Contents East Side story -- The Velvet emerge -- Enter Warhol -- The Exploding Plastic Inevitable -- The Velvet Underground & Nico -- Max's Kansas City -- Women in revolt -- The NY Dolls -- The darker side -- New blood -- Television begins broadcasting -- Out with the old, in with the new --
Alternate Author O'Dell, Thomas
Arnold, Thomas
Prism Films

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