Melody Makers' captures the birth of music journalism during the zeitgeist of rock n’ roll through the lens of photographer, Barrie Wentzell, Chief Contributing Photographer, Melody Maker magazine (1965-1975).
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Melody Makers is being released with a companion Interactive Digital Media (IDM) iBook on Apple Books. It contains video, picture puzzles, rock trivia games and Barrie's iconic Legends. *Pricing on Apple Books is in accordance to consumers currency.
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Melody Maker magazine began as a weekly jazz musician's trade paper in 1926 and by the 1960's became an internationally recognized “must read” for rock n' roll fans and musicians alike. Melody Maker magazine became a pop culture phenomenon and this was, to a great extent, due to Barrie Wentzell and his black and white photos that blistered across the front cover.Melody Makers features candid interviews with the journalists, musicians and other subjects who worked behind the scenes who offer new insight about the cultural significance of the paper at a time when rock n’ roll was in its infancy and Melody Maker magazine was revered as the bible of rock n' roll.This landmark documentary takes a fresh look at the changing landscape of music journalism that lead to the end of Melody Maker Magazine, and to a style of music journalism that no longer exists today.
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Melody Makers' captures the birth of music journalism during the zeitgeist of rock n’ roll through the lens of photographer, Barrie Wentzell, Chief Contributing Photographer, Melody Maker magazine (1965-1975). Melody Maker magazine began as a weekly jazz musician's trade paper in 1926 and by the ...
Melody Makers Trailer #1
At the heart of Melody Makers is Barrie Wentzell, Chief Contributing Photographer of Melody Maker magazine 1965-1975.
MELODY MAKERS Trailer #2
Interviewees featured in this trailer include Melody Maker journalists, Christopher Welch and Chris Charlesworth, filmmaker, Peter Whitehead, musicians and other notable subjects featured in this documentary.