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Echo in the Canyon

Echo in the Canyon is a movie starring Lou Adler, Fiona Apple, and The Beach Boys. A look at the roots of the historic music scene in L.A.'s Laurel Canyon featuring the music of iconic groups such as The Byrds, The Beach Boys,...

Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
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Documentary, Music
Andrew Slater
Eric Barrett, Andrew Slater
Beck, The Beach Boys, Lou Adler, Fiona Apple
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A look at the roots of the historic music scene in L.A.'s Laurel Canyon featuring the music of iconic groups such as The Byrds, The Beach Boys, Buffalo Springfield, and The Mamas and the Papas.

Comments about documentary «Echo in the Canyon» (19)

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Alexander N.

I really wanted to like this movie, but I was not impressed. The story is really thin, the music is too loud, and the performances were lackluster. I found myself watching the movie to see how the director would end it. I never got to see the ending, but I did get a good idea of how the movie was going to end. I was disappointed. It is not a movie I would watch again, and I would not recommend it to anyone.

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The song and dance of the 80's is well-documented by film maker Tom Cruise in his documentary The Singles, and in the TV documentary "The Singles Project", and it's shown here on DVD. But for me the real stars of this documentary are the two musicians who put together the original tracks, John Cage and David Bowie. In a way, this is a retrospective of their careers and how they got their start, but it's more than that. It's also a portrait of the people around them, and it's also a portrait of the musicians themselves. They're very much the same people, and there's a great deal of personal history and backstory to go along with that. The two musicians were also very supportive of each other, and it's a testament to their friendship that they even found time to talk about their feelings and struggles. There's a great deal of information on the singers' early lives, and the way their careers evolved, as well as the reasons behind their relationship and their music. But there's also plenty of good music, too, from many different genres. If you like music, this is a must-see.

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Rachel Perez

It is a well done documentary on the early life of the Grateful Dead and how they were started. It is a bit of a fast paced documentary and the story is told in a very linear fashion. This is not a documentary about the band itself, but rather the early days of the band and the people involved in that band. The band members were interviewed about their early years, their personalities and how they started the band. There is some personal stories about some of the other band members as well. The documentary is good but there are some parts that are a bit too long and a bit too personal for the viewer. Overall, it is a good documentary that should be watched by any fan of the band. I give it an 8/10.

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Juan P.

This is a documentary film about the early years of Echo in the Canyon. It is a very interesting story of the band's early days, the making of the album "Echo in the Canyon" and the subsequent struggle of the band to find a singer for their new album. The documentary is divided into three parts. The first part shows the band members from the time they were 15 years old. The second part is the story of the recording of the album and the band's struggle to find a singer. The third part is the story of the band members and the recording of the album. The most interesting part of the film is the part about the making of the album. It is a very interesting story about the difficulties of recording an album and the problems the band had in finding a singer. This is a good movie for those who like to know more about the early days of Echo in the Canyon. 8/10

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An entertaining documentary on the early days of rock and roll, with clips of the artists, interviews with their family and friends, and a fun film about the various studios where they recorded. The most interesting aspect of this documentary is that it's so very different from the other films on the subject of early rock and roll. This one is not about the music, or about the people, or even about the recording studios. It's about the people, and about the studios, and about the personalities of the people involved. It's not a documentary about rock and roll, but rather about the people who made it, and who it affected.

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Julie Jimenez

It was a long time since I had the pleasure of watching a documentary on the band and its music, but "Echo in the Canyon" is definitely a must see. While there are many interviews with the band, this is the only one I saw with one of the band members, and he talks about the band's early days and the difficulties they faced while recording the album. The documentary is edited into a series of five segments, each covering a different period in the band's career. While the interviews are sometimes a bit repetitive and dull, the director manages to keep the viewer's interest throughout. The interviews are mostly fascinating and the director keeps the viewer's attention throughout, which is a great achievement. I've always loved the music and I think this documentary does a great job of bringing the band's history to the attention of the general public. The documentary is also great for fans of the band and for those who love to learn more about their music.

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Sharon Duncan

Echo in the Canyon is a documentary film made by the filmmakers of the award winning film 'Echo in the Sky'. This film is an exciting account of the history of the Apollo 13 mission. The film is a mixture of interviews with people involved in the Apollo 13 mission and some documentary footage. The film is beautifully shot, with a mix of archival footage and live footage of the events on the moon. The film includes interviews with some of the astronauts that went on the Apollo 13 mission and some of the astronauts that were on the Apollo 16 mission. The film also includes interviews with Apollo 13 mission specialist Dave Scott and the astronauts that went on the Apollo 15 mission. The film also includes the people that were in the Apollo 17 mission, including the crew of the Moon Express. The film is well worth watching and is an exciting look at the history of the Apollo 13 mission.

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Lori Russell

A lot of people will not like this film. But I think it's an honest portrayal of the lives of the five bands involved. Each one is a different story and they all tell their own stories, but it's all the same. The music is what makes the difference. The rock bands are very self-conscious and talk about what they like to do, rather than what they don't like to do. The jazz bands are more spontaneous and express themselves with their music. I liked this film because it's really true to the stories. I liked the way the band members talk about the music they play and their love for it. And I liked the way they all talked about their personal problems and how they dealt with them. The film is worth watching. I recommend it.

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Brandon G.

Echo in the Canyon is a film about a band of South American music-industry workers, mostly Brazilian, that is forced to work in the United States to make ends meet. The film features interviews with the band members, as well as their manager, producer, and manager. While some of the interviews are fascinating, others are more informative, and some are even funny. I found the film to be more interesting than I thought it would be. This is mainly due to the fact that the film is relatively short, about 90 minutes, and that the interviews are mostly with the band members themselves. The film doesn't talk down to the audience. The interviews are fairly well done, and the interviews with the manager and producer are interesting, as well. The film also doesn't go into a lot of detail about the band members, but it is still interesting. The film is quite well-made, and it is very entertaining to watch. The film is also well-edited, which is nice to see. The film is also well-edited and professionally produced. This is a film that I would recommend to anyone who is interested in music. It is an entertaining film, and it is definitely worth a watch.

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This is a great documentary about the Grateful Dead, and their music. It's a bit long, but it's a great documentary. It's about the band, the people, and the music. It's very well done, and the music is really great. It's a must-see!

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Walter P.

The story of a man who's taken on a journey to find a lost loved one in the middle of the desert. The movie is great, the music is great, and the story is great. I highly recommend this film. It's a great movie, and a great way to spend your time. I highly recommend it.

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Carl P.

This is a remarkable film about one of the best live music acts in the world, The Doors. The story of how the band became the first American rock band to break into the States, the turmoil of a new singer, and the frustrations and issues that led to the end of the band. The movie is well written, and the director does an excellent job with the editing and the transitions. It was interesting to see some of the famous people from the band, and the story of how the band was formed and how it changed from a small group to a big deal. There are many interesting points that I would like to see explored in future documentaries. The film is not only a story about the band, but also about the band's impact on the music industry and the music scene in general. I would recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of rock music, or just a fan of documentaries. If you are interested in the band, I would recommend you to see this movie.

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Donna Y.

This is a great documentary, I don't think it was made to impress the public. The music is great, the stories are great, the photography is great, and the editing is great. The best part of the film is the interviews with the musicians, the musicians are not people that you want to have your picture taken with, but they are great people. I think it's a great documentary. If you're into music, this is a great documentary.

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Sarah Banks

When I first heard about this movie, I thought it was an incredible story of rock and roll. It was in the trailer, and I was so excited to watch it. But when I watched it, it was kind of boring, and I didn't really care about the characters. I just didn't care about anything. The soundtrack was very good, but it wasn't the most important thing in the movie. The story is pretty good, and I liked the ending, but I was bored with the story. But I do like the music in this movie, it was very good, and it made the movie better. It was just boring, and I think that is why I didn't really care about the characters. I really didn't like the story, but I was bored with it, so I liked the music and I liked the music in this movie. It was good, but I didn't like the story.

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I had the opportunity to see this film at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. It was an extremely well-done documentary about the making of the film and the way it was shot. The film was very well-paced and the film was shot beautifully. I felt the documentary was very well-done and very informative. I would recommend this film to anyone who enjoys the music of the Beach Boys and the music of the Doors. The documentary is a must-see for anyone who is interested in the music of the Beach Boys or the music of the Doors.

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Joe Bradley

I had heard about this film before seeing it, and I had to see it. This is a great documentary. The music is great, the story is great. I loved the way they showed the live concert footage. I also loved the music and the performances. I highly recommend this film. I have seen it 4 times now, and I am still trying to find something new to see. I love it. It is a must see!

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Sharon R.

I saw this film at the Tribeca Film Festival, and I was very impressed. The film is not a documentary but a collection of interviews with musicians from the 90's, who've gone on to make great music, who talk about the pitfalls of fame, and who talk about how they felt after making it big. The film is structured around the bands' relationships, and it is in some ways a "docu-drama" with some interviews and moments of music. The film is funny and touching, and I think it is well-made. I also think the interviews were done well, and the director and writer did a great job. I'm not a fan of music but this film really made me think about it, and it made me think about music in general. It's a great movie.

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Zachary Morris

A very good documentary about the making of Echo in the Canyon, the movie that made rock music famous. It is a bit over-long and slow, but it is still very good. The film is mainly about the making of the movie, but it also has interviews with the actors and musicians. It's a good documentary, but it's not a documentary you'll be watching for a long time. It's a bit slow, but it's a good documentary. I recommend it to anyone who likes rock music or anyone who has a passion for rock music.

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I am a very big fan of 'The Beatles', but I was very surprised by this documentary. I was amazed at the level of knowledge and understanding that was shared by the Beatles and the people around them. There was a tremendous amount of time spent in the studio, and many songs were created and recorded without a band. In fact, many of the songs were created and recorded at night, on the road, and even in the studio. The interviews with the musicians and other people involved in the making of the album are very informative. Many of the songs were originally composed by the Beatles themselves, and were recorded at the same time as the others. The video footage is well done and very inspiring. The film is a very important part of my education on the Beatles and their music. I think that this documentary will open many people's eyes on the Beatles and their music. It is well worth seeing.