Velvet Underground - Under Review is an 85 minute film reviewing the music and career of one of rock music's most influential collectives; a band which esteemed music journalist Lester Bangs claims 'started modern music'.
Features Include: - Rare Musical Performances Never Available Before. - Obscure footage, rare interviews and private photographs of and with Lou Reed, Andy Warhol, Sterling Morrison and John Cale. - Brand new interviews, exclusive to this program, with Moe Tucker, Doug Yule and Billy Name. - Review, comment, criticism and insight from; Village Voice music editor, Robert Christgau; author of From The Velvets To the Voidoids, Clinton Heylin; Total Rock DJ, author and journalist, Malcolm Dome; Luna mainman Dean Wareham and many others. - Live and studio recordings of Velvets' classics including, Sunday Morning, All Tomorrow's Parties, Heroin, White Light White Heat, Pale Blue Eyes, Venus In Furs, Sweet Jane and many more. The film also features; rarely seen promo films; material from Andy Warhol's private film collection; interviews with colleagues, producers, musicians and friends; TV clips; location shots and a host of other features. Covering the group's entire musical career and with 'extras' including; extended interviews; special feature Velvet Reflections; 'the hardest Velvets' interactive quiz in the world ever' and full contributor biographies, this is not just the only Velvet Underground DVD available , it is also the finest documentary on the band ever to emerge.