If you want to see a balls to the wall, drug fueled, sex driven, rock and roll partying documentary, then look no further than Cocksucker Blues, quoted by many as being the greatest rock and roll movie ever made. Cocksucker Blues is an unreleased documentary, directed by Robert Frank, which followed the Rolling Stones on their 1972 North American tour. The film was not only unreleased, it is actually under court order, which forbids the film to ever be shown in public. The only exception is that the director, Robert Frank, is allowed to show the film once a year, and needs to be physically present at the screening. The film is a parade of grainy images fueled by wild roadies, back stage partying, naked groupies, over the top drug consumption, and o yea, some concert footage. To put it into perspective, guitarist Keith Richards was quoted as saying, “If anyone in America saw it, we’d never be let in the country again.” If you can manage to get your hands on a copy you won’t be disappointed, we sure weren’t.
Shout out to my boy Cory for tipping us on this.