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Will someone just get on with it and release as complete a NYC69 and Altamont as is possible. These teases kill me, lol
No this short movie ( audio and video )is from the Nov 28th first show.Quote
With the famous intro "Welcome to the breakfast show" one should think this is from Nov.28th, first show; but to me Carol sounds like the version from Nov. 27th!??
i don't know if some of you have seen this little clip before, but i think it's
interesting ...video: [vimeo.com]
Does anyone know if the Maysles Brothers shot any of the actual recording of Brown Sugar, Wild Horses or You Gotta Move at Muscle Shoals? I know the footage from Gimme Shelter that shows them listening to the playback. But is there any footage of them laying down the tracks? Do any photos exist?
I know their visas didn't allow them to record in the US in 1969 so that probably explains why it either wasn't shot or never saw the light of day.
Albert (November 26, 1926 – March 5, 2015) and his brother David (January 10, 1931 – January 3, 1987) Maysles were an American documentary filmmaking team known for their work in the direct cinema style. Their best-known films include Salesman (1969), Gimme Shelter (1970) and Grey Gardens (1976).Quote
With only one of the Maysles brothers left alive
Thanks for posting
My mind is blown that there are people on this thread who are talking about the entire MSQ concert being the Holy Grail instead of the entire Altamonte concert and much more film was Altamonte period.