Like a music festival except with comfortable seats and nice toilets, All The Right Notes 2 will take place on Saturday June 22, from 10am until 10pm.
The day will include six film screenings of brand new and classic music related films, from live concert footage to ‘behind the scenes’ and documentary footage.
The event kicks off with two films which are a must for all fans of electronic music. Alchemists Of Sound is a BBC documentary about the legendary work done by the Stereophonic Workshop.
This is followed by nice companion piece, Moog, a documentary telling the story of Robert Moog, the pioneer of the modern synthesizer.
The afternoon shines a light on the unsung heroes of the phenomenal Motown record label, The Funk Brothers.
The house band for Motown, The Funk Brothers performed on numerous Number 1. singles and are finally given their due in Standing On The Shadows Of Motown.
The day then moves to hip-hop with Beats, Rhymes and Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest.
The American hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest formed in the 1980s and enjoyed commercial success with many of their songs are regarded as classics.
In the film, Actor Michael Rapaport looks at their work and the drama behind the group.
The evening concludes with The Last Waltz, cited as one of the greatest music concert films ever made. Martin Scorsese’s document of the final concert by The Band has set the tone for all concert films that followed. Featuring performances by Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison and others alongside Robbie Robertson and the rest of The Band.
Tickets are available for individual films but there is a day pass available which allows entrance to all films screened during the day.
Day Pass tickets cost £15 or £14 and individual tickets are £7.60 or £6. For more information or to book tickets please see http://www.derbyquad.co.uk/film/all-right-notes-day-pass-0
Other music related films at QUAD in June include two new releases; Beware Of Mr Baker and Spike Island.
Legendary drummer Ginger Baker looks back over his wild and unpredicatable career in Beware Of Mr Baker. From playing with Cream and Blind Faith, driving the first Range Rover from London To Nigeria in pursuit of African icon Fela Kuti Baker’s spiral of divorces and self-destruction have led him to a fortified compound in South Africa. A fascinating documentary featuring Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Charlie Watts and Carlos Santana plus many more.
Beware Of Mr Baker (15) screens in QUAD from June 14-16.
A joyous tribute to the days of Madchester and summer 1990, Spike Island is a tale of Manchester teenage indie band ‘Shadowcaster’. Desperate to get to the infamous Stone Roses’ era-defining gig at Spike Island, family strife, girl trouble and a lack of money stand in their way. Filmed to a selection of The Stone Roses’ back catalogue, Spike Island (cert tbc) screens at QUAD from June 28 to July 4.
Cinema tickets are £7.60 or £6. For more information or to book tickets please see: http://www.derbyquad.co.uk/whats-on-listing/film or call QUAD box office on: 01332 290606.