"The Life and Times of Steve Marriott" is a compelling documentary about one of rock's most dynamic, exciting, and sadly; unsung heroes of rock and roll. Showcasing revelatory interviews with Humble Pie's Peter Frampton, Jerry Shirley, and Greg Ridley, the Black Crowes's Chris Robinson, Rick Nielsen and Bun E. Carlos of Cheap Trick, John Waite, Bad Company/Free drummer Simon Kirke, Quiet Riot's Kevin Dubrow, Ricky Byrd and Marriott historian John Heller among others, the documentary vividly tells the tale of Steve's tragically short life via the use of previously unseen photos, memorabilia, and home movies. Rare fiery performance footage of The Small Faces and Humble Pie frames the action, drawing the viewer closer to this wonderful and underrated artist. Track List: Tin Soldier, Itchycoo Park, Lazy Sunday, Paradise Lost, Take Me Back, Natural Born Woman, Alabama 69, Sad Bag of Shaky Jake, Stone Cold Fever, For Your Love, 4-Day Creep, 30-Days In The Hole, I Don't Need No Doctor, Hot n' Nasty, Black Coffee, Bigger They Come, and I Won't Let You Down
Less an autobiographical tale and more a string of really fine performance clips of both the Small Faces and Humble Pie, used as a backdrop to tell Steve's story in a very loose style. If you are looking for the fine details, start with an actual written autobiography. I think this really was made in the 90s but I am not certain. Some versions advertise a complete live show (normally "Winterland '73") but in reality it's just the documentary.