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Laurel Canyon: A Place in Time (2020)

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Pulls back the curtain on a mythical world and provides an up-close look at the lives of the musicians who inhabited Laurel Canyon. It paints an intimate portrait of the artists who created a music revolution that would change popular culture.

Technical Specs:
Video Codec: x265 CABAC Main@L4
Video Bitrate: CRF 23 (~3348Kbps)
Video Resolution: 1920x1080
Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Frame Rate: 25 FPS
Audio Codec: AAC-LC (Apple)
Audio Bitrate: 160Kbps CVBR 48KHz (293Kbps peak)
Audio Channels: 6
Run-Time: 2 x 79 mins
Number Of Parts: 1 (2 chapters)
Part Size: 3.87 GB
Source: Webrip (1080p/h264 8009Kbps VBR 9.52GB)
Encoded by: JungleBoy @ MVGroup

Comments

I watched this some time ago in order to give myself some visual reference having read Dave McGowan's Weird Scenes inside the Canyon. Other than that, it didn't really shine any light on anything beyond the pop image of Laurel Canyon.

As an aside, after reading Weird Scenes inside the Canyon, I realised that although Dave McGowan mentioned The Monkees many times and names all the other members by name, he never mentioned Davy Jones. I was so curious that I sought a .pdf version just so that I could do a word search to confirm this. I could not figure out why this would be and set out to find a way to contact Dave McGowan to ask him but sadly discovered that he had died in 2015 so I guess I will never know but having been a child actor I imagine that there is more to his involvement in The Monkees/Laurel Canyon than meets the eye.

I have never heard of Laurel Canyon - I've heard of the musicians and bands, but they are definitely of a different generation than mine. Mainly that of the Baby Boomers, I think...

Glad to see music documentaries are now allowed on the tracker though!

as long as it's nonfiction.

You might find this interview with Dave McGowan interesting:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSzmvkja-qQ