Ken Burns: Country Music

Ken Burns: Country Music

Ken Burns: Country Music

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release Date: 2019-06-14
  • Advisory Rating: TV-14
  • Episodes: 23

Description

Ken Burns’s eight-part, 16-hour documentary series, COUNTRY MUSIC, chronicles the history of a uniquely American art form, focusing on the biographies of the fascinating characters who created it.

Episodes

Title Time Speed
1 The Rub (Beginnings –1933) 1:52:14 24,534 KB/Sec Download
2 Hard Times (1933 –1945) 1:53:33 24,574 KB/Sec Download
3 The Hillbilly Shakespeare (1945 –1953) 1:53:59 35,575 KB/Sec Download
4 I Can’t Stop Loving You (1953 –1963) 1:51:37 38,554 KB/Sec Download
5 The Sons and Daughters Of America (1964 1:54:53 24,896 KB/Sec Download
6 Will the Circle Be Unbroken (1968-1972) 1:52:01 35,107 KB/Sec Download
7 Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way? (197 2:20:08 36,180 KB/Sec Download
8 Don’t Get Above Your Raisin’ (1984 1:54:47 31,227 KB/Sec Download
9 Ken Burns: Country Music Extended Traile 02:02 21,932 KB/Sec Download
10 Bonus: Charlie Daniels: The Devil and th 03:38 27,266 KB/Sec Download
11 Bonus: The Oak Ridge Boys: “Farther Al 01:41 32,169 KB/Sec Download
12 Bonus: Dolly Parton: “Pretty Fair Maid 01:37 28,469 KB/Sec Download
13 Bonus: “Will the Circle Be Unbroken: 03:28 40,866 KB/Sec Download
14 Bonus: Hank Williams: The Songwriter and 08:36 32,329 KB/Sec Download
15 Bonus: Elvis: The Hillbilly Cat 08:02 38,125 KB/Sec Download
16 Bonus: Patsy Cline: Tough Edges, Big Hea 08:26 27,871 KB/Sec Download
17 Bonus: Johnny Cash: Poet and Performer 12:06 44,333 KB/Sec Download
18 Bonus: Loretta Lynn on Songwriting 02:08 42,756 KB/Sec Download
19 Bonus: The Artistry of Merle Haggard 03:47 36,477 KB/Sec Download
20 Bonus: Dolly Parton: The Songwriter and 07:29 29,183 KB/Sec Download
21 Bonus: Hank Williams, Jr.: On His Own 02:14 24,671 KB/Sec Download
22 Bonus: Johnny Cash: His Legacy 05:21 36,233 KB/Sec Download
23 Country Music Behind the Scenes 13:03 42,411 KB/Sec Download

Trailer

Reviews

  • Wow

    5
    By CharleHodgesMedia
    This is a show you. Can watch over and over again. Going in I thought this might be Burns best work since the Civil War. I was wrong. It’s better.
  • Best Burns Doc Yet

    5
    By Sgtesq
    I have been a Ken Burns fan since he first did the Civil War. I have seen everyone of his documentaries multiple times and I own most of them. I am also a huge fan of “American Experience.” Up until “Country Music” I didn’t think he could ever top “Jazz,” but “Country Music,” in my opinion, is his finest work to date. I really enjoyed Marty Stuart’s commentaries. I have seen him in concerts several times and enjoy his music, but I was amazed by the depth of his knowledge about the history and evolution of country music. If you ever get to Nashville you should take a tour of Roy Acuff’s home next to the new Grand Ole Opry. They show several short movies and Marty Stuart is featured prominently in one of them. I couldn’t wait for my local PBS station to play the episodes one by one so I bought it on Apple TV so I could binge it all at once. This documentary is fantastic. I highly recommend it.

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