Little by little, the Apple Music It is becoming a platform not only for music, but also for a lot of content related to it: the catalog of musical documentaries and mini-series is growing every day, building a valuable advantage over its biggest rival, Spotify.
Now, another exclusive production is coming to Ma's musical platform. The documentary ?Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives? (?Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives?), about the legendary music producer of the same name, arrives today at Apple Music filled with testimonials and passages from celebrities of the radio industry.
Check out his trailer below:
Documentary filmmaker Chris Perkel catalogs the life and success of iconic music executive Clive Davis, from his miraculous start at Columbia Records to his pioneering work at Arista Records and J Records, with a strong dose of musical understanding in the middle of it all. ()
More than a simple biography, ?The Soundtrack of Our Lives? is a guided tour of the cultural revolution from the 1960s to the birth of hip hop, led by a man who always caught the next wave before everyone else who was not himself that created the wave. Janis Joplin, Bruce Springsteen, Simon & Garfunkel, Santana, Miles Davis, Billy Joel, Barry Manilow, Patti Smith, The Grateful Dead, Kenny G, Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Sean Combs, Alicia Keys; even a partial list does not do justice to the incredible variety of artists that Davis discovered, advised or supervised during his career. Many of them are here, in archival footage and current interviews, to talk about Davis' unique talent and blessed life, and the amount of work put into one to create the other. As Aretha said, Davis ?the greatest producer of all time?, and ?The Soundtrack of Our Lives? the definitive and infinitely fun test.
The documentary is a production of IM Global in partnership with Scott Free Productions, producer of the famous filmmaker Ridley Scott. The audio is the original, in English, but it is already subtitled in many languages ??including Brazilian Portuguese.
Seems like a full plate for music fans in general, right?