April 13, 2012
Saw this last night at the Roxie Theater. It was by far the best music documentary I’ve seen. the most interesting parts for me were when they talk about how he was a crack head after Lost Sounds broke up and he is buried next to Issac Hayes. Also it made me happy to find out that even though he quit Stephen Pope and him stayed close friends. If you get a chance to see you really should because from what the director told me it’s not coming out on DVD for a while and if you missed it you missed out.

Saw this last night at the Roxie Theater. It was by far the best music documentary I’ve seen. the most interesting parts for me were when they talk about how he was a crack head after Lost Sounds broke up and he is buried next to Issac Hayes. Also it made me happy to find out that even though he quit Stephen Pope and him stayed close friends. If you get a chance to see you really should because from what the director told me it’s not coming out on DVD for a while and if you missed it you missed out.

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  5. bedroomhate said: saw this in toronto last week. terrific doc and a great tribute to jay
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    Absolutely must-see if you love Jay Reatard. Just awesome, plus you get to see his mom and dad.
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