Not sure if this belongs here or in the Music forum, but... Has anyone been checking out the Classic Album series? They're these documentary DVDs about some of the biggest rock albums. I just got two of them, and want to get more. Aja (Steely Dan): This one was so cool. Becker and Fanagen are at the mixing board, isolating individual tracks and commenting. They show us some of the guitar solos people played while auditioning to play on "Peg." It's also funny to hear the background vocals isloted. The bass player explains his slight deviation from a basic R&B roove. The drummer goes through the pseudo shuffle sound used on Home At Last. And the whole band reunites to play an instrumental version of Josie. Number of the Beast (Iron Maiden): Revel in the glory of Heaby Metal history. Adrian Smith plays the guitar parts to Children of the Damned and Hallowed Be Thy Name, and cool interesting interviews with the band and manager. And all should bow down to Steve Harris. The Aja one gets more in-depth musically, and I like that. I'm also gonna get the Graceland one, but those are the only three I have enough interest in. There's one for British Steel, an album I like, but not enough to get the DVD. The other ones I've seen are albums I'm not really interested in, but you guys might want to check them out if you're interested in the real "Behind the Music," from an actual musical standpoint. On amazon.com, I saw ones for U2, the Who, Marley, Fleetwood Mac, and Phil Collins There are a lot of truly classic albums I would love to see these types of documentaries for: Led Zep IV, Sgt Pepper, Master of Puppets, Machine Head, Moving Pictures, Aqualung.