Foo Fighters: Back and Forth

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Released 2011

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Director:
James Moll
Released:
2011
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Foo Fighters: Back and Forth is a 2011 music documentary that covers the 16-year history of the multi-platinum American rock band, The Foo Fighters. The band's original members included guitarists Dave Grohl and Pat Smear, bass man Nate Mendel and drummer Nate Goldsmith. The documentary, which was directed by filmmaker James Moll, documents the history of the band with interviews, as well as, over 1000 hours of both personal and touring video footage that sheds light on what the men are all about. The Foo Fighters began as a labor of love by Grohl, who will always be remembered as a key member of Nirvana. Despite that band's success, Grohl wanted to experiment on his own with a new sound and began making simple cassette demos that would eventually lead to forming his own band, The Foo Fighters. Now, with much critical and commercial success behind them, the band felt it was time to tell their story after releasing their 2011 album, "Wasting Light". "Wasting Light" was made in the garage of Grohl's mansion and after much commercial and critical success, Grohl said it was time for fans to understand why after all the years, "we would still make a garage record."moreless

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