This video was created in loving memory of Daniel Gordon-Levitt aka "Burning Dan" (1974-2010). Daniel was the
founder of Flow Temple in Los Angeles flowtemple.org/. The voice-over narration and visuals are an attempt to share the ideas and philosophy behind Flow Temple and the flow arts practice.
The Performers - Daniel Gordon-Levitt, Nick Woolsey, Kat, Baz, Zan, Alien Jon, Shawn Barry
"Sufi Speech" - Written and narrated by Alex Polinsky
Fractals by Michel Gingras
Music - "Rain" by Andee Scott (aka Phunker) - phunkers.co.uk
Closing credits music - "Manowar" by Peter Boulding
Directed, shot and edited by Matthew Boyd
playingforchange.com - As we made our way around the world we encountered love, hate, rich and poor, black and white, and many different religious groups and ideologies. It became very clear that as a human race we need to transcend from the darkness to the light and music is our weapon of the future. This song around the world features musicians who have seen and overcome conflict and hatred with love and perseverance. We dont need more trouble, what we need is love. The spirit of Bob Marley always lives on.
This is the fourth Song Around The World video released from the CD/DVD Playing For Change: Songs Around The World and the follow up to the classics "Stand By Me," "One Love" and "Don't Worry." This unforgetable track was performed by musicians around the world adding their part to the song as it traveled the globe.
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Shot in Dublin Ireland in the mid 1990s this is the unfinished and unreleased music video for Sinead O'Connor's song " Thankyou for hearing me" . I wanted to show it as It's got some lovely moment s in it and is a little time capsual and document of a time in the mid 1990s. I hope people don't mind, It brings back some fond memorys....