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Trailer for Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World.

More than the Who, the Rolling Stones or Elvis Presley, it was Link Wray’s distorted guitar that forever changed the sound of rock ‘n’ roll. His 1958 track “Rumble” was described by Bob Dylan as “the best instrumental ever”—yet it was banned by many American radio stations. As a Native American, Wray’s music posed a threat to the establishment, as did the blues, jazz and pop of so many other Indigenous musicians over the years. Artists like Charlie Patton, Mildred Bailey and Jimi Hendrix couldn’t be open about their native identities as attempts to erase Indigenous cultures persisted across the continent. Blending audio archives, concert footage and interviews with industry icons Robbie Robertson, Buffy St. Marie, Taboo (Black Eyed Peas) and many others, this Sundance award-winner is an unforgettable and political exploration of a musical history that was silenced for too long.

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World Trailer (2017) Screen Capture

Duration
2 min 33 sec

Views
90

Posted On
March 27, 2017
Director
Catherine Bainbridge

Writer
Unknown or Not Available

Studio
Independent

Release
January 23, 2017
Cast
Unknown or Not Available
Trailer Tracks
No Music Available
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