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Shangri-La - Season 1It is a four-part documentary series that embodies the reality of music in the world. This series embodies a true look at the creative conversation and the emotional side of making music. This documentary works as a legendary music producer and co-founder of the music company, Malibu, which reveals to us the true secrets behind music.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United StatesDuration: 60 minQuality: HDRelease: 2019IMDb: 7.1
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Critic Reviews of "Shangri-La - Season 1"RogerEbert.comJuly 12, 2019
[Morgan] Neville imbues "Shangri-La" with the laid-back, loose energy of the music maestro.indieWireJuly 12, 2019
So if anyone out there is in need of a guiding light, "Shangri-La" just might flip the switch.NewsdayJuly 12, 2019
"Shangri-La" offers a look into the private world Rubin has created. It may be limited, but that doesn't mean it isn't fascinating.DeciderJuly 12, 2019
STREAM IT, especially if you're a fan of Rubin and his work. Shangri-La will take some work to get through some of the more mystical stuff, but it'll give you a lot of insight into how your favorite music comes into being.Under the RadarJuly 12, 2019
The anti-thesis of HBO's docu-series, the self-congratulatory The Defiant Ones, Shangri-La leaves you feeling at peace and ready to open yourself up to create.The Daily BeastJuly 12, 2019
Alternately fascinating and frustrating.Rolling StoneJuly 12, 2019
By the final fade-out, Shangri-La leaves you both enlightened and a little woozy.AV ClubJuly 12, 2019
Shangri-La is far better when it grapples less with facts and more with the transcendent power of music.Hollywood ReporterJuly 12, 2019
It's a fascinating four-part, four-hour documentation of music producer Rick Rubin's genius, his oddness, his ego, his belief systems and, most wonderfully, his effect on musicians who come to him to find inspiration.TIME MagazineJuly 12, 2019
What resonates most in Shangri-La-a gentle, summery viewing experience as relaxing as its subject is relaxed-is [Rick] Rubin's authenticity, his ability to connect with whoever happens to be in his studio regardless of their age, race or gender.