True History of the Kelly Gang
The Half of It
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I bought my first 3 LP's when I joined the Columbia Record Club in the 7th grade, somewhere in the neighborhood of '59. Marty Robbin's Gunfighter Ballads, I forget the third, but the second was Mile's Elevator to The Gallows; I've never looked back. The Legend who provided us with Sketches.., Kind of Blue, the Prestige Quartet (Steamin' Workin' etc.) was revealed in somewhat greater detail, perhaps not with "all the warts on,' but certainly many of them exposed. Not a perfect documentary,l but more than adequate for his fans, and approachable for the uninitiated. Some of the footage I've seen (The 'So What' session as an example) and some (the Elevator to the Gallows scenes) where Mile's is improvising in real (and reel) time to the film as it is screened made up for any shortcomings. Definitely a must-see, and more than likely a must own. Diamonds are forever, DVR's are not.