I've recently discovered this series of "making of" documentaries and was curious as to whether or not they'll be putting out any more DVDs sometime soon because they are that well done. If anyone's curious, they basically dissect a "classic album" and conduct interviews with the artist, supporting band members, the producer and/or engineer and assorted music critics/writers. The interviews run the gamut from "how did you get this particular sound/riff/style/etc.?" to thoughts about the cultural environment at the time the record came out and how the public received it to knob-turning geek stuff. Throughout, they intersperse the artist/band performing the tracks live today, archival footage and still photgraphs. So far, I've seen Dark Side of the Moon (my favorite), Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (a close second), Aja, Joshua Tree and Face Value. There are many others, but these interested me the most. Also, most of them are available from Netflix.