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||IMDB Rating: 7.6/10 from votes
||Release: June 2010 (USA) /
||Genre: Documentary, Music, Musical
||Director: Lev Anderson,
||Stars: André 'PaDre' Holmes, Angelo Moore, Chris Dowd, Curtis L. Storey Jr., DeAndre Gipson, Elaine Fisher, John Bigham, John McKnight, John Steward, Kendall Jones, Norwood Fisher, Phillip Fisher, Rocky George, Tracey Singleton, Walter A. Kibby II
||Synopsis: From the shifting faultlines of Hollywood fantasies and the economic and racial tensions of Reagan's America, Fishbone rose and became one of the most original bands of the last 25 years. With a blistering combination of punk and funk they demolished the walls of genre and challenged the racial stereotypes and the political order of the music industry and of the nation. EVERYDAY SUNSHINE is about music, history, fear, courage and funking on the one. Written by Pale Griot Film
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I finally got to see the documentary last night the Riverside Film
Festival in California. Let me just start by saying I've been a fan of
the band since day one... I've seen every incarnation live and pretty
much loved them all. The filmmakers had the daunting task of
encapsulating their massive history it into a compelling movie under 2
For the most part they did a great job. They covered the early years
perfectly, including touching interviews with both Angelo and Norwood's
mothers. Norwood gave a tour of the school where they all met and told
the story about their initial formation which was inter cut with
Angelo's interview in an occasionally hilarious fashion.
Dirty Walt's interviews were a highlight as well. I've seen him as more
of a silent serious type for years. He's always been a great presence
in the band. A firm and confident, yet slightly menacing anchor to the
mayhem on stage. His interview showed a whole different side of him. A
confident, humorous and charismatic story teller.
They also handled Kendall's breakdown and ensuing band turmoil
perfectly. The Berkley reunion was touching and heartfelt as well as
the subsequent Chris and Kendall meet up.
Technically, as a documentary, the movie did a great job presenting LA
history. It touched on a wide range of subjects: the Black Panther
movement, integrated school busing, the LA riots, the crack epidemic
... all the way to the rise and fall of the 90's Alterna-rock scene.
I would have liked to see more included on the creation of the music
itself. See the band at work writing, their actual creative process. So
much mention was made of their music being a groundbreaking mash up of
styles, but not enough was actually shown.
As well I felt the end portion of the movie seemed overly dire. I know
they had to focus on one story so they chose the initial lineup, but I
think the current band is much better off than it seemed. Yes, their
greatest successes with publicity and sales were with the original
lineup ... but half of their career has been with other players. The
current members have been performing together since 2003 to rave
I'm not saying it should have been a "love letter" to the band, ... I
just feel it wasn't exactly accurate. Maybe a few extra minutes of live
footage clearly mentioning that it is from the current lineup should
have been highlighted. One of the reasons that they continue to persist
is that they still put on an intense and passionate live show.
Anyway, glad to see that someone put the time and effort into getting
the almighty Fishbone the extra attention they truly deserve.
Tags for Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone Full Movie
André 'PaDre' Holmes
, Angelo Moore
, Chris Dowd
, Curtis L. Storey Jr.
, DeAndre Gipson
, Elaine Fisher
, John Bigham
, John McKnight
, John Steward
, Kendall Jones
, Norwood Fisher
, Phillip Fisher
, Rocky George
, Tracey Singleton
, Walter A. Kibby II
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