Frankfurt Germany -- The late great Deep Purple (1968-1976) organist Jon Lord here in interview with Jon Hammond at the Musikmesse Frankfurt am Main on the occasion of the introduction of Hammond SK-1 and Sk2 organs *Note: to my horror the microphone level was low (boosted audio somewhat - not too bad now) - we can't do it over because sadly Jon is dead now - he says some really interesting things here, enjoy, R.I.P. Jon Lord,
sincerely Jon Hammond en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Lord
Jonathan Douglas Lord
Born 9 June 1941
Leicester, England, UK
Died 16 July 2012 (aged 71)
London, England, UK
Genres Rock, hard rock, heavy metal, blues rock, progressive rock, psychedelic rock, classical, jazz, jazz fusion
Occupations musician, composer
Instruments Keyboards, vocals
Jonathan Douglas "Jon" Lord (9 June 1941 -- 16 July 2012) was an English composer, pianist, and Hammond organ player known for his pioneering work in fusing rock with classical or baroque forms, especially with Deep Purple, as well as Whitesnake, Paice Ashton Lord, The Artwoods, and The Flower Pot Men. In 1968 Lord co-founded Deep Purple, a hard rock band of which he was regarded as the leader until 1970. Together with the other members, he collaborated on most of his band's most popular songs. He and drummer Ian Paice were the only continual band members during the period from 1968 to 1976, and also from when it was reestablished in 1984 until Lord's retirement from Deep Purple in 2002. On 11 November 2010, he was inducted as an Honorary Fellow of Stevenson College in Edinburgh, Scotland. On 15 July 2011, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Music degree by the University of Leicester.
Jimmy Cliff's career grew out of the early sixties, through the seventies, eighties, nineties, and now well into the 2000's.
Jimmy Cliff not only helped shape Reggae style music as we know it, but as a music luminary, his musical career and colorful life spans almost six decades.
My goal here was to honor Jimmy Cliff's legendary musical significance, reggae's historic roots while meshing it with today digital age. 'Reggae Music' is a song about the history of reggae through the decades. I wanted to have my art help introduce reggae to today's technical digital vibration while still keeping the feeling present, colorful, fun and exciting.
This is an experimental motion project I did for a film and video class. I wanted to create a motion graphic based on the violence that existed behind the happy facade of ska music. This is an example of my experimenting with projections and motion design, by projecting my animation on an iconic artifact, I was aiming to create a timelessness with the piece despite it's very modern technology. All footage is taken from documentaries and films based in Jamaica.
WINNER: “Best Florida Film” 2010 Sunscreen Film Festival.
WINNER: "Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue" at the 2010 DocMiami International Film Festival.
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2009 Chicago International Hip Hop Film Festival.
"P.A.T.H." (which stands for Preserving, Archiving and Teaching Hip-Hop History) is the award-winning documentary film about the P.A.T.H. Hip-Hop Academy, the first ever summer camp of it's kind in South Florida. During the four week camp, teenagers from ages 13-18 studied Hip-Hop history, the art of Deejaying (turntablism), Emceeing (rapping), B-Boying and B-Girling (break-dancing), and urban art (graffiti).
P.A.T.H. is the brainchild of Miami hip-hop artist Brimstone127 who after eight years, finally found a home for his program at Miami Light Project, a cultural arts organization. Several of Miami's most talented artists and performers served as instructors. The camp also featured an impressive lineup of guest speakers. Hip-Hop pioneer Grandmaster Dee of Whodini, DJ Epps, popular Miami artist Lebo, Faisal Tavernier of Urban America Newspaper, and International motivational speaker Kirk Nugent were just some of the names that took the time to stop in and address the students.