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The inner workings of the rock 'n' roll world as seen through the very unique lens of one Rodney Bingenheimer, a.k.a. Rodney on the ROQ, Los Angeles' most enduring radio personality and unlikely legend. Brian Wilson, Nancy Sinatra, Ray Manzarek, Alice Cooper, David Bowie, Mick Jagger and a host of others are on hand to testify to Rodney's greatness, while Neil Young and Jimi Hendrix also appear. The DVD includes two hours of extra footage Rodney rules!
Kind of a sad and unflattering picture of this catalyst in the beginnings of the alternative genre. Seems like a media hound that never figured out how to monetize it for himself.Published 2 months ago by Mark D. Linton
Amazing and touching film with a great view of history.Published 3 months ago by Shawn M. Christenson
There's a picture of me in this film, which documents my misspent youth. What's not to like?Published 7 months ago by Alicia de Soto
had to for a review.
nancy Sinatra is interviewed and says she knows kim Gordon of s.y infamy. she calls her a baby. kim would go grrrl. Read more
anyone who grew up in Los Angeles in the 1980s and participated in the punk scene will really enjoy this.Published 14 months ago by Kylie Miller
I miss listening to Rodney on the Roq, This man was driving force in punk,new wave, and alternative rock. Movie packs a lot of memories,music and emotions. Read morePublished 19 months ago by telco
When I rented this, I knew very little about this man. All I knew was he was the biggest things back in the 70's. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jordan Lee
This was really interesting. Rodney Bingenheimer has led an amazing life yet I don't think he realizes it,. He's very humble. I would love to sit down and have coffee with him.Published 24 months ago by IMA4N6GAL
I couldn't figure out if this was a parody along the lines of "A Mighty Wind" or "Best in Show". It all seemed so unbelievable. Read morePublished on October 7, 2013 by susan garrard