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Yardbirds (1992)

| Documentary, Music
Documentary about the '60s British rock group The Yardbirds, with interviews with the band's various members, managers and other musicians. Also shown are clips from their TV appearances, ... See full summary »

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Martin G. Baker
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Jeff Beck ... Himself
Eric Clapton ... Himself
Chris Dreja ... Himself
Giorgio Gomelsky Giorgio Gomelsky ... Himself
Peter Grant Peter Grant ... Himself
Jim McCarty ... Himself
Mickie Most Mickie Most ... Himself
Jimmy Page ... Himself
Keith Relf ... Himself (archive footage)
Paul Samwell-Smith ... Himself
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Documentary about the '60s British rock group The Yardbirds, with interviews with the band's various members, managers and other musicians. Also shown are clips from their TV appearances, concert appearances and snips from films they've appeared in. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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UK

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English

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worth watching!
3 January 2003 | by Homer-JaySee all my reviews

Maybe I am never very critical when it comes to documentaries because I am always thankful for any information I can get.

But I am sure other viewers will enjoy this documentary just like I did...

The Yardbirds used to be a very good blues/rock band in the 60s with a lot of famous musicians or musicians who became famous afterwards.

People who do not know the band might be surprised to see and hear some of the best British guitar players: Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck. Let us not forget all the other band members, for example singer Keith Relf who was also a good blues harp player!

This documentary contains the usual footage, archive material (the Yardbirds in TV shows and in concert), interviews with the band members, etc. It really is a bit of music history.

I am sure there are better music documentaries but it is still worth seeing.


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