Really interesting watch, doc filmed during the making of the "Reunions" record.He's said in interviews this period tested both his marriage and his sobriety.
I've heard a lot about Jason Isbell, both here and on other Bruce sites. He's clearly someone who's music seems to have a big cross over into the Bruce fanbase. I'm ashamed to say I'm completely ignorant to his music, aside from his BITUSA cover on Dead Man's Town. Where should a newbie start if I were to want to explore the catalogue?
I enjoyed it, but would have loved more screen time with Jimbo, Derry, Chad and Sadler.
It did make me go back and re-evaluate Reunions, though. And it is a great record.
Watched it yesterday and yes it is good, but very emotional...I knew about most of his battles and what went on with The Drive By Truckers...love them and Jason hope they both tour again soon.....If you are a parent and can listen to Letting You Go without shedding a tear you have a heart of stone. If you have not seen it do yourself a favour and seek it out, try HBO if you are seeking it out.
It's good, really good.
On some levels it's a tough watch.
He's a complex guy.
Recorded it but still to find time to watch it...sometime this week hopefully.