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    Romantic Warriors III - Canterbury Tales

    The third film in the series guides you through the amazing history, development of the Canterbury Scene of the late 60s and early 70s and its influence on contemporary bands.

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    Romantic Warriors III - Canterbury Tales

    Directed by Adele Schmidt & Jose Zegarra Holder 2015 117 min
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    The third film in the series guides you through the amazing history, development of the Canterbury Scene and its influence on contemporary bands. The emergence of the Canterbury Scene of the late 60s and early 70s represents a remarkable period in the history of British progressive rock music and, most notably, the development of Jazz Rock.

    The film highlights the most important 60s/70s Canterbury Scene and few contemporary bands: Wilde Flowers, Soft Machine, Caravan, Gong, Uriel, Delivery, Egg, Matching Mole, Hatfield and The North, Gilgamesh, National Health, In Cahoots, Quiet Sun, Supersister, Moving Gelatine Plates, Forgas Band Phenomena, Glass, The Muffins, The Soft Machine Legacy, The Wrong Object, Syd Arthur and Planeta Imaginario.
    Among the musicians of the Canterbury Scene (that were active in the 70s), the following have been interviewed for the film: Pye Hastings & Geoffrey Richardson, Dirk "Mont" Campbell, Brian Hopper, David Sinclair, Bill MacCormick, Robert Jan Stips, Didier Malherbe, Phil Miller, Roy Babbington, John Etheridge, Didier Thibault, Patrick Forgas, Benoit Moerlen, Theo Travis, David Newhouse, Richard Sinclair, and Daevid Allen.

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    Romantic Warriors III - Canterbury Tales

    The third film in the series guides you through the amazing history, development of the Canterbury Scene and its influence on contemporary bands. The emergence of the Canterbury Scene of the late 60s and early 70s represents a remarkable period in the history of British progressive rock music and, most notably, the development of Jazz Rock.

    The film highlights the most important 60s/70s Canterbury Scene and few contemporary bands: Wilde Flowers, Soft Machine, Caravan, Gong, Uriel, Delivery, Egg, Matching Mole, Hatfield and The North, Gilgamesh, National Health, In Cahoots, Quiet Sun, Supersister, Moving Gelatine Plates, Forgas Band Phenomena, Glass, The Muffins, The Soft Machine Legacy, The Wrong Object, Syd Arthur and Planeta Imaginario.
    Among the musicians of the Canterbury Scene (that were active in the 70s), the following have been interviewed for the film: Pye Hastings & Geoffrey Richardson, Dirk "Mont" Campbell, Brian Hopper, David Sinclair, Bill MacCormick, Robert Jan Stips, Didier Malherbe, Phil Miller, Roy Babbington, John Etheridge, Didier Thibault, Patrick Forgas, Benoit Moerlen, Theo Travis, David Newhouse, Richard Sinclair, and Daevid Allen.

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