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DVD/VIDEO/FILM

Title Something in the water.

Published [Australia] : WBMC, [2009]
©2009

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank DVD  DVD 7486  SEVEN DAY LOAN  AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 videodisc (75 minutes) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 in.
polychrome rdacc
Notes Bonus two hours of extended interviews with members of INXS, The Scientists, The Triffids, Eskimo Joe, John Butler, Gyroscope, and more.
Credits Director, Aidan O'Bryan ; producer, Janelle Landers.
Summary "The dramatic rise of a distinguished and fertile music scene in Western Australia is undeniable. This film searches for answers within a labyrinth of theories, facts and opinions for just what is responsible for the sudden explosion of success in WA music. Is it the distance, the environment, the community or something else responsible for the sparkling talent pool? This rockumentary explores the history and the environment behind the golden age of home-grown and nationally acclaimed talent in Western Australia. Using live and archival footage, director Aidan O'Bryan presents the Perth bands of the past, the present and the future who have made and will keep WA a key source of world class music as well as minerals. His interviews with influential personalities and musicians give an insight into what it was that finally ignited an original music scene that had taken only tentative steps since its birth from punk in the late 70s"--ABC website.
Original Version Originally produced: [Australia] : WBMC, c2008.
System notes DVD format, all regions.
Other author O'Bryan, Aidan.
Landers, Janelle.
Subject Rock music -- Australia -- Western Australia -- Perth -- History and criticism.
Popular music -- Australia -- Western Australia -- Perth -- History and criticism.
Publisher Number WBMC0070 WBMC