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This documentary about the most important music ever is taking Netflix by storm



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Netflix’s new documentary talks about the creation of the most important music in the history of humanity.

Netflix is ​​the home of today’s great series – “Griselda”, “The Diplomat”, “All the Light We Can’t See”, “You”, “The Witcher”, “Stranger Things”, “Beef”, “The Good Place”, “The Crown”, “Squid Game”, among many others.

It was the first streaming platform to arrive in our country in the “distant” year of 2015. Since then, Netflix has been increasing its catalog (and how). Likewise, he also made some drastic changes, such as the end of account sharing.

However, it continued to be, for the majority of the public, the synonym of streaming platform. Others emerged streaming platforms in the Portuguese market but Netflix has always remained on top thanks to (almost) daily additions.

In this sense, a few days ago, a documentary about the creation of the most important music of humanity. It even reached the top of the most watched films in Portugal!


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Entitled “The Big Night of Pop” tells how it was recorded the music “We Are the World”, whose objective was to raise funds for fight hunger in Africa. “On a night in January 1985, music’s biggest stars gathered to record the song.”, the synopsis reads.

The song was composed by the eternal Michael Jackson and the legendary Lionel Richie. The idea came from Harry Belafontemusician and political activist, who wanted to fight hunger in Africa and raise awareness among the general public through the talent of the world’s best artists.


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The logistics for such an operation proved nearly impossible. However, little time After the idea was conceived, the American Music Awardswhich brought together several renowned artists.

After the end of the ceremony, everyone got together and late into the night they created the classic that we know today. The legendary producer Quincy Jones led the hosts and commanded artists such as Cyndi Lauper, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, diana ross, Tina Turner, Steve Perry, Kenny Loggins, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Billy Joelamong many others. In total there were more than 40 artists who joined this unlikely song. The rest is history.


Who is your favorite artist involved?

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