The nineties were a transformative time in popular music. The pop song rose and fell and rose and the techno house movement became mainstream. Rock stars were replaced by Djs, high quality technology became democratic and the 3 minute pop song stopped being the only way to dance.
Nirvana at the Paramount Theater 91
(each song is separate but will roll from one to the next andgive you the full concert). It is a well filmed and intimate performance with no ads. Nirvana was an American rock band formed by singer/guitarist Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic in Aberdeen, Washington in 1987. Nirvana went through a succession of drummers, the longest-lasting being Dave Grohl, who joined the band in 1990. Despite releasing only three full-length studio albums in their seven-year career, Nirvana has come to be regarded as one of the most influential and important rock bands of the modern era. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nirvana_%28band%29
Hype! (Grunge Document)
Story of the Seattle rock scene in the late 80's and early 90's that came to be known as grunge. Doesn’t concentrate on the BIG bands but has a lot of the core bands, record labels and people who were part of the scene. In eight sections of 10 minutes each.
Sounds Of The West - Straight Outa Bristol
25:00 TV documentary series originally aired in 1996, entitled "Sounds Of The West", which examined the music being produced in the West of England. This particular episode named "Straight Outa Bristol" focused on the eponymous "Bristol Sound" and features interviews with DJ Milo (formally of The Wild Bunch), Massive Attack, Tricky and Portishead. Music journailist, Phil Johnson, who would go on to write a book on this same subject, also weighs in on his feelings regarding the impact that Bristol had on the rest of dance music at the time.
There We Were...Now Here We Are The Making of Oasis
52:33 A short documentary made for television that looks back on the development and rapid rise of Oasis from being a band practicing nightly in the Boardwalk to one the biggest British bands of the last thirty years. Building from the formation of the band (with Liam apparently just fed up waiting for other bands to release records and decides to do something himself), the film uses contributions from key people really well to tell the story in an engaging way.
Live Forever - The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop 1:19:48
A 2003 documentary film written and directed by John Dower. The documentary is a study of popular culture in the United Kingdom during the mid to late 1990s. The focus of the piece is British popular music (Britpop) English language portuguese sub tiltles
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Generation Of Sound - Early 90s Rave Documentary
1:01:01 92/93 and armed with a camcorder and a Radio Shack editing suite, these filmmakers created a relatively accurate picture of the emerging American rave scene, profiling the DJs, artists, and promoters who built the foundation on which Better Living's stars built their careers. You'll catch low-budget, grainy interviews with the usual suspects (Frankie Bones, promoter Matt E. Silver, DJ Ron D. Core), footage of several classic American raves, and some early and all-but-forgotten West Coast dance music.