NIRVANA: Unofficial DVD Releases Hit The Market

A Kurt Cobain documentary, "The Early Life of a Legend", featuring biographical information, film footage and exclusive interviews with those closest to NIRVANA, is now available at all major record stores and can also be purchased via the Chrome Dreams web site and Amazon store. An description of the DVD follows: "Ten years after the wasteful death of Kurt Cobain he remains the only true musical icon of the post punk age. This film traces the early life of Kurt from his childhood in small town Washington right up to his first taste of superstardom at the dawn of the release of the multi platinum 'Nevermind' album. Taking in all aspects of his life and career up to that pivotal stage, the story is embellished with lengthy contributions from his relations, friends, band members, fellow musicians and numerous others who recall a side of Kurt not previously revealed." You can view a scan of the DVD cover here.

In other news, an unofficial DVD called "Inside Nirvana: Critical Review" is scheduled for release in the U.S. in April. A description of the product follows: "This is the long-awaited critical review of the music that changed the world. Drawing on rare footage of NIRVANA in concert alongside the views of the people who were closest to the band including Kurt Cobain's grandfather Leland Cobain, housemate Dave Reed, photographer and friend Alice Wheeler, and even his guitar teacher Warren Mason. Also featured are the views of a team of leading critics and working musicians. This is indispensable viewing for every NIRVANA fan." View the cover here. More information is available at this location.

(Thanks: The Internet Nirvana Fan Club)


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