Are you an eternal music lover, movie fan, and rock lover? Then this list is for you. If you are a Netflix addict and you don’t know what to watch, because you can’t find the tape or series that convinces you, then this is the time. Here we will recommend 10 Rock & Roll Movies You Can Watch On Netflix, or documentaries, that you can enjoy and sing the songs of these music legends at the top of your lungs. Keep going for the list below:
# 10 – Remastered: Devil at the Crossroads
Not only is he considered the Grandfather of Rock and Roll or as the founding member of the Club of 27, dozens of theories and legends have also revolved around his death, highlighting one of supernatural origin. Robert Johnson’s legacy places him as one of the best musicians that have ever existed in history, whose style and talent marked the careers of celebrities such as Bob Dylan, Brian Jones, Slash, Jeff Beck or Eric Clapton, for many of them you consider as the most important blues musician who ever lived and one of the 100 great guitarists of all time.
# 9 – Amy
Amy is a film of spirit (Amy Winehouse herself), and also of paradises, real (her music, her happy moments, and improvisation away from the stages or the recording rooms) and artificial. And it is a documentary about an artist of overflowing talent who became a broken toy in a very short time.
# 8 – SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra Of Rock
The film goes through the work of Mick Rock, a British photographer who portrayed artists such as Queen, Sex Pistols, Iggy Pop, Roxy Music, and Blondie in their heyday. Plus, it includes exclusive scenes from David Bowie and Syd Barret. Its duration is 1 hour and 37 minutes.
# 7 -Keith Richards: Under the Influence
A road movie with a feel-good flick face, Keith Richards: Under the Influence is essential to better understand the trajectory of the iconic guitarist of the Stones.
# 6 – John & Yoko: Above Us Only Sky Documentary
In this documentary, you will see interviews and previously unreleased material from John Lennon and Yoko Ono. The film delves behind “Imagine”, the iconic album by the former Beatle. The film has a duration of 1 hour and 29 minutes.
# 5 – Rush Beyond the Lighted Stage
Making a rock or metal documentary has its merit. But when, in addition, it is done about a progressive rock group, no matter how much Rush is installed in the legend, it is sheer madness. A healthy madness that has turned out very well for Sam Dunn and Scot McFadyen, directors of the great film about heavy, ‘Metal’. And how happy all of us who love the never-dying rock, like this trio of weird and talented guys called Rush …
# 4 – Rolling Stones ¡Olé, Olé, Olé! A Trip Across Latin America
The documentary, starring Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, deals with the tour that The Rolling Stones does in 10 cities in South America, which begins in February 2016 in Santiago (Chile). Then it continues in La Plata (Argentina), Montevideo (Uruguay), Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Porto Alegre (Brazil), Lima (Peru), Bogotá (Colombia), Mexico City and culminates with a free concert in Havana ( Cuba)
# 3 – 20 Feet From Stardom
Here is a high-quality documentary that has the merit of putting in the spotlight of great ladies, often unknown to the general public, and who are endowed with exceptional voices and have contributed enormously to the music.
# 2 – The Dirt
This is a biography of the Motley Crue group, it tells their story of how they became one of the most important bands and then faced great problems that put the continuity of the group at risk.
# 1 – ZZ Top – That Little Ol’ Band From Texas
This recounts the story of how three youthful bluesmen – Billy F Gibbons, Dusty Hill, and Frank Beard – shifted to one of the biggest, most respected bands in the history of rock and roll, all while keeping a surrealist character that resumes to intrigue their supporters.