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Jimmy Page gets 5 stars. The Edge gets 4 stars. Jack White gets so much less credit for his spontaneous songwriting and embarrassing passion, although his work history out of... Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Cabin Dweller
This movie was recommended to me by a fellow musician who has watched it 5 times and says it is her favorite music documentary. I agree, and will watch several times myself! Read morePublished 5 days ago by Patricia
This is a great movie, especially if you're a musician. It really gets into the nuances of playing guitar and guitar stylizing.Published 5 days ago by Peter Kryvor
Awesome film. Very informative and entertaining. Learned a lot about the electric guitar and the people who helped shape it along the wayPublished 10 days ago by benjamin mickelson
This was a blind buy but as a U2 fan, I knew I'd own this! The Blu-ray is superb and the soundtrack is excellent. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Buddy Iahn
Best Guitar movie ever. We have watched it 2x. Very smart conversations, historical review & just great music.Published 21 days ago by The Gentry's
Jack White is a great surprise...Expected The Edge and Jimmy Page to be great...Published 28 days ago by Slappy
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Apr 1, 2011 by glenrue | See all 7 posts
|when this release to the public||
You can purchase it from iTunes store as a download or buy it right here on DVD.
Mar 30, 2011 by hoeshort | See all 2 posts
|Who wouldve been your dream players in "It Might Get Loud"?||
Jimmy Page and Jack White make so much sense. You old timers like me, need to open your mind up to what this kid Jack White is about. He's the first guitar hero/genuis in a generation that we can relate to. Check out the White Stripes Great White North Tour. Damn impressive.
The Edge was kind of...
Mar 29, 2011 by Errol Icsel | See all 14 posts