So, it finally happened. I dusted off the eliptacle machine that had been a fancy coat rack and got on the thing tonight. At some point I'll switch over to other workout routines. But for now, this thing gets all my muscles pumping, including my heart. And I get bored super easy. So one of the challenges for me has been sticking to working out. I also love music of all kinds. And I love the history of music (including recent history). I started watching "The Terry Kath Experience" a while back and never got through it. Tonight, that got me through a hard 45 minutes of the "endurance" routine on my eliptacle. (I highly recommend it even if you are not a huge CTA or classic Chicago fan. Thay guy was a beast.) I was able to stay focused on the movie and not the timer. (My old spare laptop will now be my workout "TV". I just bought a set of Westone IEMs from @Maiden Bass and they make to music sound incredible.) I know I want to watch "Can't Stand Losing You" about the Police next. But don't let those two choices fool you. I like all kinds of music. I have already seen the Motown, Muscle Shoals, and Wrecking Crew docs several times (love them all). But what else should I check out? What's a good documentary, or even a concert, to watch? Are there documentaries about gear, like amp or guitar companies? I have access to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and, of course, YouTube. Thanks in advance. And wish me luck sticking to this! I'm not fat by any stretch. But I'm just not as "in shape" as I wanna be. By the way, I'm also a US history fan. So, if you know of anything in that area that would be interesting, lay it on me! Thank you in advance.