(1). THE LAST WALTZ
You might not have heard of influential rockers The Band but Scorsese's film about their final 1978 gig, which features interviews with everyone from Ronnie Wood to Muddy Waters, is often cited as the finest music documentary ever made.
2. WHEN YOU'RE STRANGE
The "true story of the Doors", according to the band's keyboardist Ray Manzarek, which contains previously unseen material from Jim Morrison's 1969 film HWY: An American Pastoral and narration by Johnny Depp.
3. UPSIDE DOWN: THE STORY OF CREATION RECORDS
Director Danny O'Connor blends archive footage with contemporary interviews to create an affectionate portrait of Oasis's record company and one of the last of the great independent labels.
4. END OF THE CENTURY
The Ramones rocked the Seventies music scene, became drug addicts, and were still touring 22 years later, despite no longer being on speaking terms ? now watch them tell their story.
5. GIMME SHELTER
The story of the Rolling Stones performance at Altamont Speedway in 1969 and the tragedies that happened in the crowd during their performance ? are dexterously captured in this atmospheric, if unsettling, documentary.
6. THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT
The reissued 1979
rockumentary takes us on a whirlwind tour around The Who, its fans, their mesmerising performances - and the antics of Keith Moon.
7. NO DIRECTION HOME
Take Bob Dylan as subject, Martin Scorsese as director, mix with a multitude of interviews with friends and the man himself, and you get one superb, stylish documentary about a titan of 20th-century music.
Director Ondi Timoner's 1994 film follows The Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Dandy Warhols over a seven-year period and charts their ups and downs.
9. THE FILTH AND THE FURY
"Uncut, unseen and unbelievable" promises the blurb on Julien Temple's Sex Pistols documentary. And the irreverent film doesn't disappoint.
10. SOME KIND OF MONSTER
The story of rock behemoths Metallica is the rawest rock film ever made, according to Kerrang. The film certainly doesn't pull any punches, with its account of the band's drug intake and $40,000-a-month psychiatrist bills.