Of course, I have to mention The Kids Are Alright and Dazed and Confused, didn't one of your local all-nighter theaters always run one of these movies in the dead of night, as well as Rocky Horror Halloween week????
I also have a copy of an old Rolling Stone 25 years of Rock and Roll hosted by Dennis Hopper that I really enjoy.
The Complete Beatles
The Making Of Sgt Pepper
Cream "Strange Brew"
Cream "Their First Authorized Story"
Freebird "The Movie"
Groupies w/ Ten Years After & Spooky Tooth
Humble Pie "The Life and Times Of Steve Marriot"
Iron Maiden "The New Wave Of British Metal"
Jethro Tull "Living With The Past"
Lennon-The Beatles And Beyond
Metal "A Headbangers Journey"
Metallica "Birth Of Thrash"
Mott The Hoople "Under Review"
Cincinnati Pop Festival 1970
The Day The Music Died
Isle Of Wight Festival 1970
The Last Waltz
Superstars In Concert
Texas Pop Festival 1969
Mine would have to be : 1)Woodstock, obviously for the awesome music,but also for showing how nearly 500,000 people can live in peace and unity,and with so much optimism. 2)It Was Twenty Years Ago Today, This documentary was shown on TV appx' 30 years ago and documents the making of Sgt Pepper and the spirit and times of 1967, simply a great time in music history. 3) A Skin Too Few, A very open and touching documentary about the great Nick Drake,still brightening up our Northern Sky.
There was a Beatles documentary called The Complete Beatles. It's probably close to 25 years old. It was on video at the tiime, don't know if it has come to DVD, but it was really good, and is recomended viewing if you like the Beatles.