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David Crosby: Remember My Name

David Crosby: Remember My Name is a movie starring David Crosby, Jackson Browne, and Jan Crosby. Meet David Crosby in this portrait of a man with everything but an easy retirement on his mind.

Other Titles
Untitled David Crosby Documentary
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary
A.J. Eaton
Jan Crosby, Jackson Browne, Cameron Crowe, David Crosby
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Meet David Crosby in this portrait of a man with everything but an easy retirement on his mind.

Comments about music «David Crosby: Remember My Name» (19)

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I was not expecting much from this documentary, and it's actually a really good one. For starters, it's a pretty solid story. You know the type - a bunch of guys who are all on the same page and all talk about the same things, but they don't really have any common ground with each other. And they don't even have common ground with their band. However, the band is a little different than I expected, and the documentary really helps with that. I'm not a fan of this type of music, and I'm not really a fan of the group, but I'm also not a fan of their music, so I kind of got to see how they had to get by on the bad end of the spectrum. They are, however, kind of a good example of what not to do with a band. The guys are all pretty laid back, but they have a lot of issues with each other, and there's a lot of personal problems that come up. They're all brothers, and the older brother (Frank), who's not very good at being a father, has a lot of issues that come up, too. He and his wife have a child together, and the father is a pretty abusive guy. This is all in the context of the family, not the band. In the end, the guys all seem to be pretty happy, and they talk about how they're going to try to get on with their lives. They've been together for a while, and they're all happy. They don't really want to make music anymore, but they want to. They're all just having a good time, and they're all just having a good time. It's kind of a good story, and it's kind of a good documentary, and I think it's good for both fans and non-fans. I think it's a pretty good documentary.

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Willie Harrison

I was amazed to see this film and I was equally as surprised to find out that it was made by an actual professional. There is no "celebrity" here. It's the same as "The World According to Garp", except with much more detail. The fact that the director was a radio host was also a plus. I didn't know he had such a career. I also learned a lot about the documentary "The History of Rock 'n Roll" from this film. The other two things I learned from this film were that the end of the Beatles was not as bad as the press was making it out to be, and that Elvis was a great singer. If you have a hard time understanding music or any other subject, I would recommend that you go see this film. It will give you a better understanding of music and make you appreciate the music you listen to. It will also make you realize how much music has changed over the years. I would rate this film as a 8 out of 10.

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This is a very good film and one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. It gives a very good perspective on the rock and roll scene of the 1960s and 1970s. I was very surprised to find out that many of the people interviewed in this film were in fact rock stars and were very famous at the time. The film goes into great detail about the things that happened backstage during the Rock and Roll era. There are many other interviews and other interesting tidbits that are included throughout the film. The music that is featured is great and the soundtrack is excellent. The film does a good job of explaining the different groups that were part of the scene and how they all became very popular at the same time. The interviews with the stars and the other people in the scene is very entertaining and entertaining. I really recommend this film for anyone who wants to know what the Rock and Roll scene was like in the 1960s and 1970s.

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Matthew S.

This documentary is by far the best thing I have seen on the subject of Bono and Paul McCartney. It is very informative, engaging and entertaining. It is worth seeing for anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Crystal N.

This documentary is a great addition to any music collection. The music is great, and the story behind the music is great. It's a really interesting and interesting story of a band called The Stray Cats. I really enjoyed this documentary. I really think it's a great way to introduce yourself to some great music. I thought it was a great documentary to introduce myself to music.

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A documentary about the life and career of The Beatles, directed by Chris Evans. This documentary is both a look back at the early years of The Beatles and a look at their past. From their inception, through to their downfall and rise, the film goes through the events that lead to the Beatles' success. It's a very interesting look back at the band's beginnings, as well as their rise and fall. It also has interviews with those who were involved in the band, the members of the band, and their manager. It's a very entertaining documentary, and I loved it. If you liked this film, I recommend "The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years". It's another documentary about the Beatles, this time focusing on their tour of Australia. It's a really good documentary, and it's a very good look back at the band's history.

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Amber Lane

I saw this documentary on HBO in the mid '90s. It's very interesting, but I found it quite boring. It seems to be mainly about Tom Waits, who is quite a interesting character. You also hear a lot about the "hot" scene in which Tom Waits performs his song "Carry On My Wayward Son." I didn't think that was that great a song, but it is very interesting to hear about the scene. I don't think I really heard much about the other songs, though. There were also some really funny scenes with Crosby and Waits. The documentary does show a lot of the weirdness of the music world, but I still found it quite boring.

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This is the third of three stories from the "Underground" series and is part of the "The Underground Series" (3 episodes) that follows an old friend of the film's main character (Kurt Cobain) as he contemplates his legacy, his music and his life. I really enjoyed this film. It's really well written, has good photography, and is very moving. The music is pretty good and the music is well put together. If you like the Underground, you should really enjoy this film. I give it a "B".

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Jean Barnett

I was lucky enough to see this at the Toronto International Film Festival, and I think it's a great documentary. Crosby, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994, was asked what he does for a living, and his response is priceless. It's as if he was being a real person who had been an entertainer for many years, but never had a regular job. He's pretty much an aging rock star who's being forced to retire, and he's really enjoying it. One of the main things that struck me about this documentary is how Crosby had such a "flavour of his own" when it comes to talking about his music. He was so open and honest with the interviewer, and it was very cool to see that. There were a lot of moments that I really liked, like the interview with "the man with the beard" and the interview with the musician who had been playing in Crosby's band when they were all in the band "Godsmack". The band itself was also very impressive, especially their "I'm On Fire" video. There were a lot of really cool moments in this documentary, and I was very glad that I had a chance to see it. There are some really great performances, and some great interviews, like the one with Crosby, and also the interview with the people who had worked with him on the "Godsmack" album. There are a few interviews that are really great as well. Overall, it's a great documentary about a man who was such a great entertainer, and a great musician in general. I think it's a great listen, and it's definitely a film you should check out if you want to know more about the man. It's really a great thing to see a guy like this, who had such a huge following and who had such a wide range of talents, and that's what really makes it so interesting.

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The documentary is entertaining and enlightening in a number of ways. The music is presented as a way of life, and some of the highlights are of great historical significance. However, I felt that there were too many areas in which the documentary did not go well. I think the video has some artistic value, but some of the shots were repetitive and too drawn out. Also, the sound in some places was too loud. I think the first half hour of the documentary is a good start, but there could have been more discussion on certain issues. One thing that the documentary does not do well is that it is too focused on the music, and there is a tendency to focus on a single artist or artist group, as if that is all that is important to them. I felt that the documentary could have been more about the music and less about the people and their lives. The last segment, which is the most interesting, was the interview with the musician Stevie Wonder. He talks about his childhood and how he became a musician. He discusses the importance of music and how he was interested in the Beatles, which led to his interest in the Stones and Beatles. The documentary is very well done, and is worth watching.

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Samantha Johnston

In 1974, the Velvet Underground and Nico have just come back from a European tour. They've been a little quiet, but have kept up with their antics. They want to do a concert together, and they get a call from a guy named "Bob" (played by Max Roach), who is playing for a rock band called "The Coup" in Nashville, and wants to meet them. The Velvet Underground (Velvets) want to play at a concert, and they have an idea for the venue: the Memphis Music Hall. Bob's idea is that they don't have to go to Nashville, they could just go to Memphis, and they can do a show there, and then they can make a movie about it. They go to the Music Hall, and it's great. But then they get a call from the producer of the band, "The Coup". They are not going to do the concert, and they are going to make a movie about it. It's a great idea, and they go to Nashville to do it. The movie is called "Remember My Name". They go to Nashville to do it, and they do a great show, and the movie is great. The movie is not as good as the concert. But it's still a great movie. I liked the movie, and I liked the show. It's a good movie. And I think it's a good show, too.

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Jeffrey Fuller

Ethan Hawke (the only person I knew who had ever done an interview with this man) came to my high school. I had an interest in punk rock. He took me to see the movie and was totally into it. I watched it over and over and over and over. I was hoping it would be good, but I was never disappointed. The movie is about how all these people who were in punk rock were affected by drugs. It's a lot of info, but if you're interested in punk rock or the people who were in punk rock, it's a must see.

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Denise G.

I saw this on HBO. This movie is the best documentary I have ever seen. The subjects were real people and their story was very compelling. The only thing that I thought was a bit strange was the fact that the people that told the story of the sexual abuse in the music industry were not even allowed to have a say in the movie. I am not saying that this was a bad thing, but it did seem very hypocritical. I also think that the subjects of this movie were very well informed and were very articulate about what happened to them and the effects it had on them and their families. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the subject of music. It is worth watching and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in music.

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Nicole Adams

I am a great fan of Robert Palmer, and this is the most entertaining documentary I have ever seen. This is Robert Palmer's autobiography, and I loved this film. It's extremely emotional, because you can feel Palmer's pain. It was very intense. I thought the film was a great tribute to Palmer. The music was amazing. There were some other great documentaries on the music industry and musicians, but this one is by far the best. It's a very personal movie, but I think the viewer can feel Palmer's pain. You feel like you can see him in the studio with the musicians, and it shows his pain. You also feel like you can feel his passion. I think the best part of this documentary is that you can see his struggles. Palmer really wanted to make a great album, but he had no money, no money, no money, and it was really hard. He wanted to have a good album, but he just couldn't make it. He was always down and out, and he just had to take the easy way out. Palmer was a great musician, and a great producer. He made great albums, but the music industry had to make money to survive. Palmer was like the Bruce Springsteen of the music industry. He was so talented. This is really a good film. I recommend it to everyone. Robert Palmer is a very talented musician, and I think everyone should see this documentary.

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Vincent Silva

I'm not a fan of Dolly Parton, but this documentary is worth a look. The documentary takes a good look at the current state of Dolly and her music. I am not an advocate of Dolly, but she has been a huge influence on my life and I have a huge respect for her. The documentary has a very good mix of music videos, music performances, and interviews with the members of Dolly's band. Dolly is at the top of her game and her music is phenomenal. It is definitely a must see documentary.

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Matthew P.

Well, here's what I like about this documentary. For one, it's relatively quick-paced. And I don't think that that's necessarily a bad thing. For one thing, it gives the viewer an opportunity to really get into the characters. It's interesting how the cast really felt comfortable in their roles. I think this documentary did a pretty good job of showing how these bands all feel about each other and the scene they're in. I'm also impressed that the documentary didn't focus on the individuals as much as it did the scenes. Each scene was great. There was really nothing that I disliked about this documentary. It was really good to hear the stories of the bands involved. I think that this documentary does a pretty good job of showing how these bands came together and what they do. I think this documentary is great for anyone who is into music.

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Catherine Castillo

This documentary is a must see for anyone who is interested in the music scene in the late 80s. It is an awesome tour of the biggest bands of that era. They have a great look into the lives of the musicians. They also do a great job at exposing the people behind the scenes of music. This is a great documentary that shows what the music scene was really like back then. It also shows how the scene evolved from the underground to the big cities. It is a great look into the music scene of the 80s. 8/10

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This is a pretty good documentary on one of the most important artists of the new millennium. There are a few clips from the early years of his career and a couple of the tracks that he has made since but this is mainly about the creation of his songs. It's interesting to see how he had to deal with people that were different than him and how he had to deal with people that wanted him to make music they wanted him to make. This was a very mature person that was dealing with the world at that time. He's very interesting to hear and listen to and it's great to see him in the studio with the producer who made a lot of his early songs. The songs are fantastic but I wish they'd have made a little more of the interviews with the people who worked with him. There are a few interviews but they are only a couple. The tracks are just amazing but I wish they'd have more of the interviews and footage of the studio sessions. The only thing I wish is that he made more of the interviews and footage. Overall this is a really good documentary on a very important artist and it's just a shame that it's not available on DVD. I recommend this to any fan of him and especially to anyone who's interested in seeing his early days. 8/10

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As a former concert photographer for Rolling Stones and a concert photographer for Rolling Stones' Live Aid concert in 1985 I was lucky enough to be on hand for some of the rehearsals and the concert. The Stones were playing a show in front of 3,000 screaming fans. The band was already in good shape but it was still their first live concert. They had never done live concerts before. It was in the old style where they would sing and act out songs and this would be followed by the group being accompanied by an orchestra. As the band played, they would sometimes go into "songs" and play them backwards or they would cover a song in front of the audience. The band was great. It was a high energy live show, but the real highlight was the performance from Izzy Stradlin. He is really the heart and soul of the band and he was great. He was very vocal, had a lot of energy and his guitar playing was very good. They were also doing a cover of "Paint it Black" and "Let It Bleed" and that was the highlight of the show. The band was good, but I don't think they were that great as a live band. The band's fans were also a part of the concert and they were very loud and annoying. In my opinion, the band was going to have a hard time performing as a live band, but the fans had a big hand in that. The concert was in New York and the audience was right in front of them. It was a great experience watching the concert from a movie projection screen. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who has ever had the opportunity to go to a concert.