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Danny Says

Danny Says is a movie starring Mx Justin Vivian Bond, John Cale, and Judy Collins. Danny Says is a documentary on the life and times of Danny Fields. Since 1966, Danny Fields has played a pivotal role in music and "culture" of the...

Other Titles
Danny Says ダニー・フィールズの人生
Running Time
1 hours 44 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, History, Biography, Documentary
Brendan Toller
Brendan Toller
Judy Collins, John Cale, Mx Justin Vivian Bond, Alice Cooper
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Danny Says is a documentary on the life and times of Danny Fields. Since 1966, Danny Fields has played a pivotal role in music and "culture" of the late 20th century: working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed, Nico, Judy Collins and managing groundbreaking artists like the Stooges, the MC5 and the Ramones. Danny Says follows Fields from Phi Beta Kappa whiz-kid, to Harvard Law dropout, to the Warhol Silver Factory, to Director of Publicity at Elektra Records, to "punk pioneer" and beyond. Danny's taste and opinion, once deemed defiant and radical, has turned out to have been prescient. Danny Says is a story of marginal turning mainstream, avant garde turning prophetic, as Fields looks to the next generation.

Comments about music «Danny Says» (14)

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Virginia Foster

We've all heard of the word "soul", but have you ever heard of "soul music"? This documentary explores the history of soul music, from its origins in the early days of America to the present. It explores the music's diverse influences from the jazz and blues to the more modern funk. This documentary also includes interviews with musicians who have played the music, and some of the musicians who have not. It's fascinating to hear musicians talk about their music, and the historical significance of the music, and how it has influenced their lives. There are some great musical moments, such as the "rehearsal" of the "Bring It On" song, and the "Bring It On" video. But the most striking part of the film is the cultural history of the music itself. The music is clearly a product of its time, and it has many connections to the past. The interviews are fascinating, and the music is very well made. It's a very good documentary, and worth seeing.

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Zachary Vasquez

This film is about the legendary singer, songwriter and guitarist John Lennon. It is a documentary on his life from his birth in the USA to his death in 1980. The film is filled with interviews from his bandmates and fellow musicians as well as some of his closest friends. There are lots of interviews with his family and friends who have known him since childhood and his wife, Yoko Ono. This documentary is interesting as it shows some of the conflicts and problems that have been part of his life. It is also interesting as it shows some of the music that has been inspired by him. This is a great documentary for the whole family to watch.

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Joshua Stevens

A man who is obsessed with film and has made a film about it. He is someone you don't want to meet but he seems like a decent guy. We are treated to lots of interviews with the director, the actors, the actors' friends, the actors' agents and so on. He talks about his film and his process, and he is very candid. It's very interesting and it does seem like the man is genuinely interested in the film. But the interviewees are not always very friendly. Some seem very rude and mean, and some seem to have no interest in what he has to say. So we get lots of people who don't really like what he has to say. Overall, a good film. If you are a film buff, I would definitely recommend it. But if you are not a film buff, it may not be for you.

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Linda Perry

I found this documentary to be interesting and informative, but also pretty depressing. It was too bad that so many of the people interviewed in this documentary chose to remain silent. It was also a shame that so many of the interviews were of people that didn't want to be interviewed. I also found the documentary to be a little too long. In particular, I thought the documentary seemed to go on for far too long, which I feel is not appropriate for documentaries. I also felt that the documentary was a little too long and boring in parts, and I didn't think that the documentary was very informative. Overall, I think this documentary is good, but I don't think that it's great. I think it's a little too long and boring, but I don't think it's too depressing.

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Martha Adams

I've watched many documentaries and this one is by far the best. I can't think of any documentary that has done a better job at telling the story of the sexual revolution of the 50's and 60's. There are some documentaries about the 50's that are more about the society and the times that we live in, but this documentary is about the people who were affected by it. If you are looking for a story about the revolution, this documentary is not for you. But if you are interested in the people who were affected by it, then this is the documentary for you.

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Diane Harrison

This documentary is a must-see for anyone who cares about music and art, and has a good sense of humor. It's not about the music industry, but the people who make it, and the people who use it. It's a bit slow at times, but it's very important to get the real story behind the music industry. It's a bit depressing, and you can tell it's been done before, but it's a very interesting look into what goes on behind the scenes of the music industry. I really enjoyed it, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Kyle Rivera

I thought this was a really well made documentary about the music industry, specifically about The Who. They made it really clear that the movie was made to answer questions and not to bash the band. I think that is what was missing. What I didn't like was the very low quality of the film. I would have liked to see more interviews and a better quality of film. I think the movie is still really good and I still recommend it to anyone who likes rock music. It is definitely worth the watch. I also think the documentary would have been a lot better with a better quality of film. I think that was the main problem with the movie.

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Julie Rose

The movie, and the documentary, is a well-executed documentary. It shows how they got started, what they did, what they didn't do, what they wanted to do, and what they didn't do. It also explains why they didn't do certain things, and it does a good job of explaining how they got to where they are. The movie's overall message is that the "war on terror" is not a war. It's a war on the people. They could have done a better job at explaining that, but it's still a good movie. They didn't show any of the terrorists' faces, or their faces being known, or anything. It's a little different, but still good. I recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries, and people who are interested in what is happening in the world today.

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One of the best documentaries I've seen about the music industry. There are no superlatives for this film. It's not as good as any of the other music documentaries, but it's definitely worth your time. If you like music, you'll love this film. It's a very interesting look at the music industry, and the people involved in it. I highly recommend it.

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I'm not sure what the movie was trying to accomplish. But it was done well. I am a fan of Judi Dench, but I don't think she was the right person to play her role. She is too old for the role. If I had been asked to play this role, I would have been younger, but I don't think she would have been a good fit for the role. I thought the people in the film were amazing. The director did a great job, he really captured the emotions of the people in the film. I'm not sure if the story was told from the point of view of the people, but it was very clear that the people were very angry, and it was very clear that they didn't like the way things were going, so the film was very well done. I recommend this film to anyone who likes Judi Dench, and anyone who wants to know what it was like to be in a position where you didn't know what was going to happen. I give it a B+.

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Towards the end of the documentary, one of the contributors says that it is hard to write a review for a documentary about a subject that is still very much in the news. So here goes. While I appreciate the fact that the film has a documentary feel to it, the documentary itself is a bit of a let down. There is a bit of research here and there but the entire documentary is pretty shallow. The documentary tries to cover a lot of ground and there is just not much of it to cover. It is a bit of a let down that it is such a big topic that is still very much in the news. While I think that the documentary is very good in many aspects, I just don't think it is that good in the other aspects. It is still worth seeing if you are a fan of the subject, but not that great.

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Joe T.

At the end of the day, it's not the best documentary I've seen, but I think it's a great documentary. The music, the interviews, the music, the people, the location. It's a true story of a true story, but the heartbreak and the music. It's not a masterpiece, but it's a good documentary. It's not about the music, it's about the people and the place. And if you have a chance to see it, go see it.

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I think it is very important to let go of any preconceived notions and have a look at the film for yourself. I had a bit of trouble with the first half of the film because I felt it was too long. However, as I watched more of it, I realized that the film was an incredibly important historical document. There were some parts that I felt were a bit "over the top" and did not quite fit with the documentary style, but overall I was very impressed with the film. I also thought the "expert" interviews were very interesting and did not detract from the overall message of the documentary. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who has not seen it yet and would love to see the finished product.

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The story of how the life of a child prodigy, Jonny, was captured by the media, and the influence he had on his world. I am not an expert in this, but i watched this movie and i thought it was great. It was very emotional, and the scenes were very realistic. The first half was very depressing, but in the second half it was very inspiring and enjoyable. I think this movie will be very successful at the box office, and it will become a great hit. I think it's the best movie ever made, and i will definitely recommend it to all my friends. I give it a 7/10.