Mary Poppins Returns
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A must for fans of noise and nostalgia.
I certainly hope Danny Fields has a memoir, or a journal, waiting for publication.
A candid yet unrevealing documentary ...
If Mr. Fields's contributions to pop music deserve more fame, the movie plays like an overcorrection, a spirited but repetitive testament to one man's excellent taste.
Why, at the end of Brendan Toller's intermittently fascinating but exclusively surface-level documentary, do we still have no idea who Danny Fields really is?
Music buffs will want to see all these now-famous folks in their obscure early days. But they'll come away admiring a man they've barely heard of before.
Danny Says is a fitting reminder that not all rock legends took to the stage.
A sampler from one of rock's most influential tastemakers.
To hear and see his evolution to one of the most influential names in rock and roll history is not only an entertaining watch, it is an essential one.
Any punk fans should be grateful.
The fact that those people come out in their droves to pay homage speaks volumes.
Stitched together from extensive interviews with Fields and his surviving friends, including Iggy Pop, Tommy Ramone and record exec Seymour Stein, this is a delightful slice of pop history.
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