Movie Music

The 31 Best Music Documentaries Of All Time

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Gimme Shelter & Cocksucker Blues

Shelter follows the Rolling Stones as they march towards Altamont at the end of 1969. The band is seen recording "Wild Horses" and traveling across the country. Watch Cocksucker Blues to get the most vivid account of what it was like to be on tour with the band in 1972. You can almost smell the groupie sweat.

We Jam Econo

The Minutemen toured relentlessly until leader singer D. Boon was killed in a car crash 25 years ago.

Joy Division

Before you watch Anton Corbijn's feature film about Joy Division and Ian Curtis, Control, be sure to check out this Grant Gee film on the band.

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