It is not worth watching again. Jim
Reeves gets a few seconds of lackluster coverage.
There were a few negative comments I caught throughout disparaging the Nashville Sound made as asides.
That attitude prevailed throughout.
I thought one of the simplest visuals that would be included in the series was the painting of "Hillbilly Heaven" in the entrance of the Historic Ryman Auditorium.
The artists portrayed in the painting could or would have provided more balanced coverage.
Who is the deceased artist in the center of the Hillbilly Heaven painting?
Why it was Jim Reeves of course.
This documentary was generated and poorly researched by artists with a musical agenda, allowed by a lazy or incompetent Dayton Duncan and Ken Burns, who did not demand balanced coverage including more Legendary Artists.
The same artists, same histories, repeated over too many episodes. Johnny Cash over and over again. George Jones Greatest singer? Give me a break.
This is a PBS FAILURE. Not worth watching again or purchasing.
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