(THIS IS KNOWN AS) THE BLUES SCALE - Sonic Youth doc/footage with spanish subtitles
"While planning the eventual DVD release for "1991: The Year Punk Broke", Dave Markey cut a 42-minute film out of unused footage to create a companion piece that would be included on the DVD. However, due to years of seemingly unresolveable legal issues, the DVD remains shelved." Text from Sonic Youth’s site
20 Years of Sonic Youth Documentary made for (by?) zdf (a German broadcaster)
Sonic Youth - Put More Blood Into the Music (somewhat out of sync sound and vid)
“1987’s “Put More Blood Into the Music” is an impressionistic documentary directed by George Atlas about Sonic Youth and the city that bred them, New York. With Lydia Lunch, Kramer, John Zorn, Gerard Cosley and more.”
From Thurston Moore’s pre screening talk, talking about his role in “1991: The Year Punk Broke” 4/11/2011
Thurston: “I’m not very happy with the way… maybe I speak personally but I feel there’s a certain complacency going on. i know that I was experimenting this time with not wanting sing the lyrics as they were writ but I was making them each time we were going out on stage; thinking that was something to do. maybe boredom i dunno what it was at the time. When I saw the film that they did at the time I was mortified how kinda lame that sounded. And I was also really very mortified and embarrassed to see myself in this film… I sort of became the master of ceremonies to the point of where i’m just sorta mugging inanely… I thought it was horrible I didn’t want the movie to come out.”
Sonic Youth on Q TV
Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo Interview 2009(?).
Beck, Mike D. and Thurston Moore… jam?
Mike D. sez in the pre interview that he’s going on tour with Oprah Winfrey and Donovan; and that his mom is paging him.
Mike Watt and Thurston Moore interview April 30, 1992 Part 1 - YouTube