Listening to music and relaxing at home all day watching Netflix are undoubtedly two of life's greatest pleasures, right?. And as you might expect, Netflix is king when it comes to serving up some excellent music documentaries. Everything from straight-up electronic music documentaries to ones like soul and funk to hip-hop. I've assembled a handy-dandy list of some of the biggest music documentaries ever that Netflix has to offer. So it does not matter that you don’t know where to start looking because I’ve done all the hard work for you. All you have to do is starting viewing my list now!
This Was Tommorow
The Tomorrowland Music Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversaries in Germany, the U.S. and Brazil. The year 2015, as mystical, imaginary and unforgettable, will be identified. This year, on three continents, the people of Thomorrow witnessed Tomorrow. The 3rd chapter of our beautiful fairytale was first published in Brazil, following our 10th year in 2014 in Belgium and the United States on the coast. The Secret Kingdom of the Melting pool in Brazil and many other great histories about the people of tomorrow and the world's largest DJs – these beautiful and precious moments like the launch of the new 2015 account "The Secret Kingdom of Melodia" were captured in one fascinating film.
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Superstar DJ Aoki focuses on his work: his ambitious father, Rocky Aoki, the creator of Benihana, and the relentless daredevil. The heart pumping but heart pumping documentary,'ll Sleep When I Am Dead, directed by Justin Krook, is about one of the most outstanding DJs working today: Steve Aoki. This introspective doc examines the driving force behind Aoki's passion in the lead to the biggest demonstration of his careers: Rocky Aoki, a daring showman, a founder of Benjana, and Steve's approaching father. Matthew Weaver, Matt Colon and Happy Weaver (Chef's Table, Jiro Dreams, Suzhi), and David Gelb are producer. The Rock of Ages. Steven Hiroyuki Aoki is American musician and DJ, disco and music producer Steven Hiroyuki Aoki was born 30 November 1977. The work has been featured on such subjects as will.i.am, Afrojack, LMFAO, Linkin Park, Iggy Azalea, Lil Jon, blink-182, Laidback Luke, BTS, Monsta X, Louis Tomlinson, Rise Against, Vini Vici, Lauren Jauregui and Fall Out Boy. Also available is several billboards, particularly Wonderland, nominated to the Grammy Award for Best Dance / Electronica Album in 2013. Aoki has released numerous billboard charts. He is the founding member of the Steve Aoki Charitable Trust, which provides money for world aid agencies. Aoki issued a Blue: The Color of Noise in 2019.
The document traces the effect of the "Apache" of the unbelievable Bongo Band that played a key role after it was sampled by Kool Herc in the development of hip-hop. A film that shows how the Amazing Bongo Band's lost album helped to strengthen the cornerstone of hip hop by performing it and spreading it back to back and creating a hymn in the Bronx streets. In 1972 Michael Viner, record artist director and director at MGM Records started up with the Incredible Bongo Band, which is also referred to as Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band. In comparison to the B-film The Thing With Two Faces, Viner was called upon to add to it. The quality of the group was great, funky, instrumental. Most tracks featured popular tracks of the day characterized by bongo drums, conga drums, rock drums and brass. Two albums were released, Bongo Rock from 1973 and the Incredible Bongo Band return from 1974. Co-written by Art Laboe and Preston Epps and released by the company as a Top 40 Hit in Epps in 1959, the instrumental "Bongo Rock" was covered by the Incredible Bongo Band and in 1973 it became a little US hit and was a major hit in Canada. Michael Viner would use MGM recording installations in downtime and would hire some studio musicians. This included seemingly a number of well-known, uncredited blow-ins. The drums by Jim Gordon and the bongos by King Errisson were significant contributions. Ringo Starr is considered to have performed on certain songs, including "Kiburi." The downtime sessions took a long time to finally squeeze the valuable project into place by the top management.
Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé
This insightful, intimate analysis of the celebrated Coachella 2018 show of Beyoncé shows the emotional journey from artistic to spiritual. Born on 4 September 1981, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter is an American singer, songwriter and actress. Beyoncé was born and raised in Houston, Texas and participated as a teen in several singing and dance competitions. In the late 90s, she rose into fame as one of the best-selling groups in history, the lead singer of Destiny's Child. After her break in 2002, she released her first theater movie, Dangerously in Love, in 2003 and debuted to the US Billboard 200 list at number 1 with the US box office number two, Austin Powers in Goldmember, one of my favorites In 2003, she recorded her first solo album. The US Hot 100 Number 1 single "Love Crazy" and "Baby Boy" were featured as well. She released her second solo album, B'Day, which included the US first singles ' Irreplaceable' as well as the UK number one singles' Dèjà Vu' and' Beautiful Liar,' after the disbandment of Destiny's Child in 2006. Beyoncé continued to play in The Pink Panther (2006), Dreamgirls (2006), and Obsessed (2009) with lead roles. Her marriage in Cadillac Records with the rapper Jay-Z, her portrait of Etta James (2008) affected her third, I Am... Sasha Fierce (2008), who won six Grammy awards in 2010 in record numbers. The UK's first single "If I Were a Boy" and the US first single "End of women" were spawned. She released 4 (2011), which had been inspired by 1970s disco, 1980s popul and 1990s soul, after her father Mathew Knowles split in 2010. Beyoncé's albums, Beyoncé (2013) and Lemonade (2016) were highly critically acclaimed. The latter became the best-selling song in the world in 2016. S she made its debut in number one with her first six solo studio albums on the Billboard 200 chart list. Everything Is Love, a collaboration album with her husband Jay Z as the Carters, was released in 2018. Beyoncé has sold more than 100 million discs worldwide as a soloist and a further 60 million records with Destiny's Child is among the best-selling music performers of all time.
This documentary profiles Quincy Jones music and culture icon, which offers unprecedented private access and unrivaled career stories. Artist. Father. Visionary. QUINCY is an intimate look at musical icon and influential legend, Quincy Jones. Quincy Jones unmistakable gift to discover the greatest talents of the last half of the century is beyond his own recognition as a trumpeter, producers, conductors, composers and artists. He has been mentoring and fostering the careers of young artists, ranging from Lesley Gore and Michael Jackson to Oprah Winfrey and Will Smith, for 70 years now. Directed by Rashida Jones (Angie Tribeca and HotGirls Wanted) and lan Hicks (Keep On Keepin ' On), QUINCY threads moments of personal truth effortlessly and exposes the glamorous life as no other. With Quincy Jones, Mark Ronson and Chaka Khan's brand new original album "Keep Reachin'." The U.S. music producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, arrangeur and director of films and television, Quincy Delight Jones Jr. was born March 14, 1933. He spent 60 years with unprecedented 80 Grammy Award nominations, 28 Grammys and 1992 with the Grammy Legend award for his work in the entertainment industry. Before moving on to work in pop and cinema, Jones became a prominent jazz arranger and conductor in the 1950s. In 1969, Jones was nominated with his songwriter collaborator Bob Russell for "The Eyes of Love" from movie Banning for the first African-American to win the Academy Award for Best Original Song. With his work on The Cold Blood Movie of 1967, Jones was also nominated as the first African American twice to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score in the same year. He was the first African-American to act as the Academy Award musical director and producer in 1971. In 1995 he received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award from the Academy, as the first African-American. It is the second most Oscar-nominated African American with seven wins, related to sound designer Willie D. Burton. Jones was the producer of the 1985 charity song "We Are the World," which raised funds for victims of famine in Ethiopia, with Jackson's Off the Wall (1979), Thriller (1982) and Bad (1987), as well as the manufacturer and leader. In 2013, Jones was awarded the Ahmet Ertegun Award, together with Lou Adler, to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. He was listed by Time magazine as one of the most important jazz musicians of the 20th century.
ReMastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke
Sam Cooke grew up into the limelight of a soul singer and, at the age of 33, his radical views on civil rights brought attention. Netflix's Original Documentary Series, ReMastered, explores high-profile incidents that impact some of the iconic names of the industry with insights into what was earlier recorded. He was known professionally as Sam Cooke, a American singer, a songwriter, and, if you remember, a civil-rights activist and an entrepreneur too. Samuel Cook was born from January 22, 1931 to the December 11 1964. He is known as the King of the Soul as an influential singer and composer for the distinctive vocals and significance of popular music. Before joining Soul Stirrers he started singing as a child and he went on his solo career, scored a series of hit songs like "You Send Me," "A Change Is Gon na Come," "Wonderful World" and "Chain Gang." Aretha Franklin, Bobby Womack, Al Green, Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Billy Preston, and Otis Redding's and James Brown's pioneering contributions have contributed to the development of soul music. The biographer Bruce Eder from AllMusic wrote that Cooke "was the founder of the soul music," and had "a beautiful, natural singing and a smooth, unforgettable output." At the age of 33, Bertha Franklin, Hacienda Motel Owner in Los Angeles, California, shot and killed cooke on 11 December 1964. The courts ruled after an investigation that the death of Cooke was justified murder. Cooke's relatives have since challenged the circumstances of his death.
Intimate insight into her path from Charismatic to Stumor: exclusive home videos and interviews with Amy Winehouse's inner circle. A crucial journey. An creative motion picture. Starring:Amy Winehouse
Biggie and Tupac
In a study of the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls, British documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield has found some surprises in the process. Tupac and Biggie is an investigation into the unsolved killings of Christopher Wallace, also known as Bige Smalls, and Tupac Shakur, two of the largest rap superstars ever made. Responding to Biggie's mother Voletta's violence, Broomfield hits the road from East Coast to West Coast and places his own life in danger when he finds sensational new evidence clearly suggesting the LAPD involvement in the vicious slayer that shook the hip hop community. Death Row is cofounder Marion' Suge ' Knight.
FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened
An exclusive behind the scenes looks at the Fyre music festival's notorious unraveling. Created by Billy McFarland and rapper Ja Rule, Fyre Festival was marketed on a private island in the Bahamas as a lavish music festival featuring bikini-clad supermodels, A-List music performances, and posh amenities. Guests came to learn that the truth was far from the promises. Chris Smith, the director behind the Emmy Award Nominated documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, gives the organizers themselves a first-hand look at Fyre's disastrous crash.
What Happened, Miss Simone?
This is the story of legendary singer and activist Nina Simone, who uses unprecedented recordings, rare archival footage and its best-known songs. The story of legendary singer and feminist Nina Simone is never before heard, rare archival footage and her best known songs. The American singer, songwriter, guitarist, arranger, and civil-rights activist, Eunice Kathleen Waymon wasborn February 21, 1933 to April 21, 2003, professionally referred to as Nina Simone. Her music included a wide range of classical, jazz, blues, folk, R&B, gospel and pop styles. At first, Simone aspired to a concert pianist as the sixth of the eight kids born to a poor family in Tryon, North Carolina. She has been enrolled at Juilliard Music School in New York City with the help of a few supporters in her home town. She then went to study at Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia where despite a well-received audience, which she attributed to racial discrimination, she was refused acceptance. She was awarded the award. The Institute gave her an honorary degree in 2003, just days before her death. Simone began playing piano at Atlantic City in an evening club to make a living. In order to dress herself up as a family member, she changed her name to "Nina Simone" who preferred "the devil's art" or the so-called "cocktail piano" At the night club, she was told that she had to sing for herself, which ultimately started her career as a vocalist in jazz. Between 1958 and 1974, she made her debut with Little Girl Blue, releasing more than 40 songs. In 1958, with "I Loves You, Porgy," she was hit single in the United States. Her musical style combined classical music with gospel and pop and accompanied expressive Jazz singing in her countertop voice, in particular Johan Sebastian Bach.
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