Monday, April 25, 2016

Pardon Us For Living...

In advance of the Fleshtones' 40th anniversary next month, I'll be combing through the Sweat: The Story of The Fleshtones, America's Garage Band and online archives. In 2009, Geoffray Barbier released Pardon Us For Living But The Graveyard's Full, his hour-long documentary on The Fleshtones in which I (and folks far more interesting than me) hold forth on Super Rock:
When a gang of suburban teens stumbled across a bunch of abandoned instruments and formed The Fleshtones little did they know that 30 years later they'll still be struggling to rock—and pay the bills. PARDON US FOR LIVING BUT THE GRAVEYARD IS FULL documents their formation and their subsequent struggles.
Here's the trailer:

You can rent or buy the documentary at Vimeo here.

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