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Rockin at the Red Dog (DVD, 2005)

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Item specifics

Condition
Brand New: An item that has never been opened or removed from the manufacturer’s sealing (if ...
Release Year
2005
UPC
0012233366921
Format
DVD
Rating
NR
Sub-Genre
Pop Music
Genre
Musical & Performing Arts
Movie/TV Title
Rockin' at the Red Dog

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Perched in the middle of Virginia City, Nevada, is a little-known piece of '60s counterculture history. Though the hippie movement is acknowledged to have been born in San Francisco, the seeds of musical experimentation, free love, and artistic expression germinated in the Red Dog Saloon, where bands like The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and The Charlatans played long before they were famous. The psychedelic era was ushered in at this nightspot, where the scene was somewhat surreal, as the musicians carried guns, the kitchen served gourmet French meals to rowdy customers, and the air was full of creativity and revolution. Filmmaker Mary Works pieces together the story using interviews with key members of the community, music, archival footage, photos, and poster art. A sense of the excitement of the times is palpable, while an interesting look at what each person went on to do is also afforded.

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UPC
0012233366921
eBay Product ID (ePID)
46438932

Product Key Features

Rating
NR
Format
DVD
Release Year
2005
Movie/TV Title
Rockin' at the Red Dog
Sub-Genre
Pop Music
Genre
Musical & Performing Arts

Additional Product Features

Number of Discs
1
Country/Region of Manufacture
USA
LeafCats
617
Film Country
USA
Release Date
20050705

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  • Summer of Love

    Up until the mid-1960s, Virginia City, NV was probably most culturally famous as the site of the Ponderosa on TV's "Bonanza." That all changed in 1965, when the Red Dog Saloon opened its doors and bands such as The Charlatans and Big Brother and the Holding Company began to experiment with their music in a live setting, with a backdrop of swirling colored lights; a gestational environment that would usher in the San Francisco psychedelic ballroom era shortly thereafter. "Rockin' at the Red Dog" is a fine documentary from 1996 that explores those heady times. Filmmaker Mary Works, who was employed at the Red Dog way back when, has here managed to interview many of the club's original founders, hired help, hangers-on and, of course, on-stage talent. And while it would have been too much to ...

  • A long fun trip

    If I had to come up with a criticism of this video, it would only be that it was a little too long for anyone who isn't seriously interested in the history of the whole psychedelic San Francisco 60s music scene. If however like myself, you have a love for that magical time rock music history when posters and mind-expansion were changing the cultural landscape like a ten point earthquake, you will love this video. It's more than just a documentary on an obscure bar, it's weekend visit with some of the psychedelic sound's founders and a visual/audio flashback you will not want to miss. Dig it!

    Verified purchase: YesCondition: Pre-OwnedSold by: sgwebooks

  • GET THIS DVD NOW

    This is such a great film, i just don't know where to start. HISTORICAL FOOTAGE-i'd rate it in the nineties on a scale of one hundred for selecting the less obvious choices that i'm not aware of being available elsewhere, for including complete clips/promo video pre-cursors to the music video a la mtv, and full songs not ten-second clips, and also very high audio/video quality of historic footage. WHERE/WHO/HOW ARE THEY NOW FOOTAGE- while incomplete, it still rates in the nineties by my opinion, although maybe lower in the nineties than the historical segments. MODERN MUSICAL FOOTAGE OF THE RED DOG RE-UNION BAND-Good stuff,maybe not the height of excellence-very spirited, about what would be expected from very talented musicians who haven't played together in twenty-five or thirty ...

  • Rockin' at the Red Dog (2005, DVD)

    A time of long past of a real romantic and magical time. Wish there was more of Quicksilver and Airplane. But you get what you get. A grand time was had by all. Seeing old friends and performers was really kewl. Remembering those days was easy during the showing. A fun DVD. A must for anyone who wants to know about the beginnings of the Haight-Ashbury and the Psychedelic scene. Charlatans were the first. Thanks. Peter v.W. aka Lecraze

  • Ok documentary

    This is a ok documentary about the venue featuring a lot about an ok band I had never heard of. I thought it would be more of a concert video featuring Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and the Jefferson Airplane. I was mostly disappointed

    Verified purchase: YesCondition: Pre-OwnedSold by: shannons_treasures