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Despite a nearly 9-minute length, Don McLean's 1971 paean to a nation's loss of innocence in the decade following the death of Buddy Holly became a defining chart-topper of it's era-and still, "American Pie" remains one of the most covered, debated, and celebrated songs of the culture. Here, McLean holds court on his career and his defining effort's creation, as well as shedding light and popping myths about the significance of it's lyrics. Fans like Brian Wilson, Garth Brooks, and more share perspectives. 94 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
Despite a nearly 9-minute length, Don McLean's 1971 paean to a nation's loss of innocence in the decade following the death of Buddy Holly became a defining chart-topper of it's era-and still, "American Pie" remains one of the most covered, debated, and celebrated songs of the culture. Here, McLean holds court on his career and his defining effort's creation, as well as shedding light and popping myths about the significance of it's lyrics. Fans like Brian Wilson, Garth Brooks, and more share perspectives. 94 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
819376047638

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Format: DVD
Label: BFD
Rel. Date: 06/23/2023
UPC: 819376047638

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Format: DVD
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Despite a nearly 9-minute length, Don McLean's 1971 paean to a nation's loss of innocence in the decade following the death of Buddy Holly became a defining chart-topper of it's era-and still, "American Pie" remains one of the most covered, debated, and celebrated songs of the culture. Here, McLean holds court on his career and his defining effort's creation, as well as shedding light and popping myths about the significance of it's lyrics. Fans like Brian Wilson, Garth Brooks, and more share perspectives. 94 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
        
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