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Nirvana Unplugged (16-Dec-1993)

Director: Beth McCarthy-Miller

Keywords: Music Concert

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kurt Cobain
Musician
20-Feb-1967 5-Apr-1994 Lead singer of Nirvana
Dave Grohl
Musician
14-Jan-1969   Nirvana, Foo Fighters
Krist Novoselic
Bassist
16-May-1965   Bassist for Nirvana
Pat Smear
Guitarist
5-Aug-1959   The Germs, Foo Fighters

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 24-Mar-2006)

Calling this a movie isnât really true. Itâs just a concert, and a great one at that. This "movie" is just Nirvana playing in front of a crowd. With only acoustics and no distortion. When I heard of the idea I was skeptical. Then I watched it and was blown away. This has to be one of, if not their best, performance I have ever seen. This really shows you nirvana at their core. This performance includes songs like about a girl, come as you are, on a plain, something in the way, and all apologies. It also includes songs from the meat puppets, the Vaseline and David Bowie. The movie is about an hour and eight minutes with a few spots where they will stop to tune or change guitars. So you will be listening to music for most of the time. Over all this is an absolute perfect performance. Listening to the vocals of Kurt Cobain is an absolute joy. Hearing the pain in his voice, itâs so raw and awe inspiring. I would recommend this to anybody who is remotely into Nirvana or wants to be. Highest recommendations.


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