A trailer has been launched for the brand new music documentary Underneath The Volcano, which is about to inform the story of George Martin’s well-known AIR Studios on Montserrat.
Directed by Gracie Otto (The Final Impresario) and produced by Cody Greenwood, the movie will chart the rise and fall of the studio constructed by Martin – usually thought to be the “fifth Beatle” for his lengthy profession producing the band – in 1979. Elton John, Duran Duran, and lots of different well-known acts of the period recorded on the studio throughout its heyday.
The tiny studio within the British abroad territory within the japanese Caribbean was the place a string of iconic hits have been recorded within the 80s. It additionally shaped the backdrop to a number of main occasions in music historical past together with the break-up of The Police, the reunion of The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney‘s comeback after the homicide of John Lennon.
Underneath The Volcano options interviews with The Police, Mark Knopfler, Nick Rhodes, Midge Ure and extra, and will probably be launched through digital, DVD and Blu-ray on July 26.
The documentary announcement comes on the heels of plenty of new tasks from Beatles land. The brand new documentary from Paul McCartney and Rick Rubin, McCartney 3, 2, 1 premiered this previous Friday on HULU.
The brand new sequence finds McCartney in an intensive one-on-one dialog with Rick Rubin. Because the sequence’ director Zachary Heinzerling informed Rolling Stone in an electronic mail, Rubin got here into the interview with a listing of songs he wished to debate with McCartney. McCartney, 3, 2, 1 will provide six episodes and discover McCartney chatting with Rubin about his work with the Beatles and Wings, in addition to his intensive solo profession.
“Rick’s boyish love of the Beatles and Paul’s skill to recall particular choices made alongside the best way and the tales behind questions like ‘Why did you play this fashion of bass vs. one other?’ or ‘The place did this sound come from?’ actually peels again the curtain on a few of these songs which are so legendary, we may by no means think about how they have been created,” Heinzerling mentioned.