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Got a spare day this weekend? Then may we suggest that you pull your scruffs on, order a pizza and bunker down with your other half for a day or two, binge watching some of the amazing music documentaries that are now available on Netflix. Here’s the four that we’ll be watching this weekend.
David Bowie: Five Years (2013)
This is an absolutely amazing documentary that given recent events is an absolute must-see. It covers five years of his music career, put together through archive interviews and music videos. If you’re a Bowie fan, and even if you’re not, you’ve got to see this one.
The History of the Eagles (2013)
This is three hours long so make sure you’ve got enough staying power to make it to the end. It does a good job of covering the band’s history (not an easy ride by all accounts), focusing on all the in-fighting and business troubles. Again, since Glenn Frey died at the start of the year watching this now makes it all the more poignant.
Biggie and Tupac (2002)
Got your conspiracy theories about what actually happened to Tupac? Reckon he’s still alive? Check out this documentary that covers some of the music these two legendary artists created, but also looks into the different theories about their particular murders.
Daft Punk Unchained (2015)
This documentary covers the entire career of the band to date from where they started in the 90s with original group Darlin’ up to their Grammy Awards in 2014. It’s a great story that needs to be watched but bear in mind that you’re not going to get any interviews with the actual Daft Punk duo themselves. Instead, fans and people they’ve worked with are quizzed about them so you get an interesting perspective on the story.
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