Orgins of Saddle Creek
Manic | US ARMY IRAQ | 12/26/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I remember when I was deployed to Kosovo and discovering "The Faint" back in 2002. It was so good, I kept looking in to them only to get a Saddle Creek catolog. I took a chance on a band called "Cursive".... The rest is history... I've seen the Faint twice, Bright Eyes, and the Good Life... This DVD has so much information and is put together so good.. I hate the fact that not alot of concert footage is available, but to just get an insight as to how these bands tick is well worth the purchase of this DVD. Omaha, Nebraska was the last place on Earth I'd expect to explode with musical nobility. I'm still to this days surprised not to many people have heard of these bands... I know I've turned alot of people on tp the label. If you like any of these Saddle Creek bands, trust me... This is for you!!!"
Be a part of the Saddle Creek family
NovenaOnANoctourne | California | 10/10/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm just going to get straight to the point. If you are a Cursive, Bright Eyes, and Faint fan then purchase this dvd now. The three bands I mentioned were primarily covered the most in the dvd. The entire documentary includes the history of Saddle Creek, the formation of the bands on the label, and home videos that will make you feel like you're part of the family. It's informative, witty, raw, and absolute fun to watch. It's not like any other ordinary documentary of a band with professionally recorded concert footage and that is what makes this dvd all the more special."
Xtine1216 | St. Louis | 08/25/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD was made well and was very interesting. It was cool to see how the bands formed and reformed and how almost everyone under Saddle Creek is connected. My only complaint is that I wish the DVD would have shown more "professional" footages of live performances. I was expecting more music and less talking, but I still enjoyed it."