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Punk Revolution NYC [ 2 x DVD DELUXE EDITION] [NTSC] 
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Documentary tracing the history of New York's influential punk scene, based around the CBGB nightclub. Though the Sex Pistols and other British acts are often given the credit for bringing punk into the mainstream, it was in New York, through bands such as the Velvet Underground and the New York Dolls, that punk first reared its head. This documentary tells the story of the growth of punk music and culture in New York City.
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I thought all the interviews were really good too. Not too many boring critics fortunately. Robert Christgau was the best. Clearly a fan of the times and very knowledgable indeed. The only irksome thing for me was Simon Reynolds. Why on earth include him in all this? He is clearly not of that time [ probably not even born then ] and had very little to say of any worth. Even using that old chestnut about Television being like The Grateful Dead - what nonsense! It was indeed heartening to see the editing then switching to Christgau who poo-pooed the whole silly notion. Verlaine's soloing was, at the time, full of surprises and genuine tension. Verlaine never uses blues clichés. Studying trumpet and sax players when he was learning to play guitar. But of course Simon Reynolds wouldn't know that. Stick to the Kaiser Chiefs is my suggestion old fruit.
I can't recommend this DVD highly enough though. Mercifully Reynolds "contributions" [ negligible as they are ] don't really detract from the wealth of true knowledge and valuable experience imparted by the "real" experts and enthusiasts of that time.