One of the world premiere rockers of all time has something to say about the new TV series with the theme layed around the way we listen to music. The big comeback of VINYL records is no fluke when it comes to the arrival of the show. History is coming around again because we realize the best sound that we can comes from vinyl.
Mick Jagger originally wanted his new Vinyl to be a film similar to co-creator Martin Scorsese’s 1995 feature Casino. Instead, Scorsese and Jagger moulded it into a ten-part series alongside co-creators Terence Winter (Boardwalk Empire) and journalist Rich Cohen (Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone).
Vinyl is set in early-Seventies New York and follows record executive Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale) who must adapt to the music scene’s emerging genres amidst an onslaught of sex and drugs. The feature-length pilot episode was directed by Scorsese.
Here is the trailer. Hope you enjoy it.
(Story & Pics Courtesy of Jacob Stolworthy)