Sound mixed at halo in Dolby Atmos.
Directed by two-time Grammy Award-winner Bob Smeaton and narrated by Academy Award-winning actor Jeff Bridges, Travelin’ Band offers a rare glimpse of Creedence Clearwater Revival on the road in 1969-1970 as the camera follows them from brightly lit stages to the hodgepodge of planes, buses, motorcycles and more, that brought them to perform for their growing number of adoring fans. Featuring a wealth of unseen footage (including the concert itself), the film culminates when CCR leaves the Royal Albert Hall stage as the biggest band in the world.
The audio for the concert was mixed and restored from the original multi-track tapes by Grammy winners Giles Martin and Sam Okell (The Beatles: Get Back and Rocket Man). This was in turn cut into the full-length documentary feature, which was mixed on Dolby Atmos at halo by Simon Hill and Tushar Manek.
Director: Bob Smeaton
Producer: Martin R. Smith
Halo Rerecording Mixers: Simon Hill and Tushar Manek
Mix Technciaina: George Elliot
Post Producers: David Turner and Marie Valentino
Post Production Executive: David Turner
UK Theatrical Premiere is screening as part of our 2022 Everyman Music Film Festival, before streaming on Netflix from September 16th.
Watch the trailer here.