A lot of music shows rely primarily on unbridled enthusiasm to sell the merits of this ubiquitous and beloved art form that’s so important to so many people across the globe. That’s all well and good. But what’s interesting about Mick Rock is that he views music through a uniquely calm (and sometimes even slightly jaded) lens. In fact, this famous music photographer—who once spent weeks on the road with David Bowie at the height of his fame—brings a certain honesty and refreshing amount of whimsy to something that really stands out. With Rock, it feels like tagging along with a curious statesmen determined to unlock the secrets of music without devolving into idolatry or fandom. It’s a slow burn to be sure, but one well worth the time.