X Unheard Music Documentary
The X Unheard Music documentary is a fun step back in time.
X’s raw sound and style were very different than the typical pop of the late 70’s and 80’s.
Amazingly enough, X is still around today.
I just heard an interview with John Doe on the radio over the weekend.
The Unheard Music captures the feel, look and sound of the band and the music scene.
It’s a good mix of live music, interviews and news reports that help put it all into perspective.
X has had a huge impact on the music industry with their groundbreaking style and bold attitudes.
The DVD will be enjoyed by those of us who remember X from back in the day and by younger fans.
X: The Unheard Music
Release date 12/13/11
The documentary takes long, detailed, and often funny look at the LA music scene of the late 70s and 80s and focuses on the group that critics had singled out as the leader of the underground pack.
The Unheard Music is a documentary that combines live footage of the band and interviews with the four members (as well as their friends and families) with surreal music videos and montages of newsreel footage and vintage television commercials which help to illustrate X’s uphill struggle against the music industry.
More from Mama Likes This
Take a look at my other entertainment articles, so you can keep up with the latest TV, movie and book news.
- Summer of Soul
- The Soul of The Midnight Special
- I Am The Blues
- Cuba: Island of Music
- White Riot UK Punk Concert
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Concert
- Best of Sonny and Cher
- Beatles Made on Merseyside
- X Unheard Music
- The New York Dolls
- Dizzy Gillespie
- County Basie
- Duke Ellington
- Rock and Rhyme Elmo Coloring Page
- Little Mermaid Calypso Music Craft
- Day of The Dead Musician Coloring Page
- Little Mermaid Orchestra Coloring Page
- Big Bird Drummer Coloring Page
- Coco Guitar Craft
- Dia De Los Muertos Guitar Coloring Page
- Soul Piano Maze
Free Printable Downloads
Check out my free printables, when you are looking for fun activities to do at home.
Many are from Disney, Netflix and Shout Factory, so they feature movies, TV series and characters that your kids already know and love.
Some are educational, but others are just plain fun.
There are coloring pages, crafts, word puzzles, mazes, memory games and many other family friendly activities.