Good. I hope so. It's the only way to listen to these guys.
This all-star guitar triumvirate that is Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), the Edge (U2) and Jack White (The White Stripes, the Raconteurs, the Dead Weather) come together to riff in my all-time favorite (thus far anyway) rock documentary.
It's not a new release and I've mentioned it here before in a post about The White Stripes but I believe it's worthy of its own post.
I found it spellbinding - both in the individual differences of each musician and in the continuity that exists between them. Some of my favorite scenes involve Jimmy Page at Headley Grange where many notable songs from Led Zeppelin IV were recorded. Page is the epitome of cool.
But it's equally thrilling to watch Jack White build a guitar from random scraps and write his first solo single - Fly Farm Blues within a mere 10 minutes of filming.
OK, you get the idea. I'm passionate about this film and probably won't shut up until I convince you to watch it.
Just don't forget to let me know your favorite thing(s) about it - I'm confident you'll have a few.