If you want to change your ideas on tort reform watch Hot Coffee
I watched it on Amazon Prime
I’m not sure who likes music Documentaries, but i see Finding Sugarman made its way to Netflix.
Its kind of a chill story of a 70’s James Taylor kind of musician. Its kinda cool. More of a nighttime, before sleep, wind down kind of show.
There is adocumetary called Wild Wild America that is descent (it is a limited series on Netflix)
Also also watched Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator about Bikram Yoga on Netflix
Ah, Sixto Rodriguez.
Literally every house in South Africa had his Cold Fact album. and it was popular with all age groups. Never understood when I came to the US how he was not famous here, heck he was not even known, and you could not get a single record of his either.
Great to see him achieve the fame he deserves albeit late in life, and he seems like a great human being. I really need to make an effort to see him live, he toured extensively in South Africa in the early and mid 90's, I had left already
Sad to see how he was treated by the American record industry, and how his % was stolen by the US record producer
Have to admit to feeling homesick when the movie shows parts of Cape Town, and the record shop that I actually used to visit. A great movie - even if you have never heard his music