'MEANWHILE IN MEMPHIS: The Sound Of A Revolution' is a Memphis music feature documenting several bluff city DIY musicians from 1978 to present day. The purpose of this documentary is to show that Memphis music NEVER STOPPED (even after Stax Records closed, Elvis died, & the music industry left town). The film tracks the history of the city's independent underground in the post-Stax era, focusing on influential figures like Jim Dickinson, Monsieur Jeffery Evans, Tav Falco, Alex Chilton, the Oblivians, the Grifters, the North Mississippi Allstars, Al Kapone and Jay Reatard, among others. Featuring the voices of Sid Selvidge, Jody Stephens (Big Star), Alicja Trout (River City Tanlines), Craig Brewer ('Hustle & Flow'), Eric Friedl (Goner Records) and many others.
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