1. BELLAS ARTES CONCIERTO, Habana, CUBA 2014

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    The concert you are viewing made history in Cuba as it is the first time in over 50 years that USA and Cuba performed on the same stage at the Museum Bella Artes, in downtown Habana, Cuba. It was an exciting night with Bobby Carcasses and his band and Tony Loeffler and Fusion Blues. A musical experience that shows the importance of music bringing people together.

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    • Ray Lema & Saka Saka - Live concert at Jazz en Nord Festival - march 7th 2013

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      Ray Lema & Saka Saka - Live concert at Jazz en Nord Festival - march 7th 2013 - Ray Lema : piano & Vocals, Etienne Mbappe : bass, Nicolas Viccaro : drums, Irving Acao : sax, Sylvain Gontard : trumpet, Rodrigo Viana : guitar , Jerry Edwards : trombone; Ballou Canta & Luciana Demingongo : backing vocals

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      • Festival de Blues de Barcelona - MasterClass Mark Braun

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        Segona Màster Class del 9è Festival de Blues de Barcelona. "Piano Blues: Estils i intèrprets, dintre de l'espectre del jazz" A càrec de Mark Braun, que també actuarà a la nit de Boogie de diumenge.

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        • Deborah Crooks & Kwame Copeland - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den

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          Recorded June 19, 2011. Deborah is a great songwriter and folk singer. She does a killer set. Then we talk together about art, philosophy, and other deep shit.

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          • Tweed River Music Festival: A Documentary

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            Tweed River Music Festival is a real look into a small slice of Americana located in Vermont. The film features exclusive artist interviews, raw live performances, and authentic and energetic music that happened over the 3 beautiful summer days in woods of Vermont in August of 2011. Visit IMDB.com for full credits - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2815250/fullcredits?ref_=tt_ql_1 For more information on Tweed River Music Festival visit - http://tweedrivermusicfestival.com/ Please visit Greay Sky Films at www.GreySkyFilms.com for more information.

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            • Programa QUE HISTÓRIA É ESSA?

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              • (10/01/11) Jon of the Shred and the Freedom of Expression Experiment (Mill Street Brews, Southbridge MA)

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                October 1st, 2011 The Mill Street Brews "A Thirsty Throwdown Productions Event" Jon of the Shred and the Freedom of Expression Experiment Chroma Concept Rounding Off Numbers This is 99.9% of the set. (4 minutes in the intro weren't recorded) Aside from That Smell, Fuck You, and a small helping of Get Down On It, the entire set was improvised. This is the FIRST TIME we've jammed primarily as a power-trio. Ty-G guest stars on piano, a bit of drums, and vocals / rapping. Jon of the Shred - Guitar, Synth / Orchestra / Piano, Vocals, Rap Tim Sullivan - Drums Dexter Larsen - Bass, Vocals (Guest Jam) Ty-G - Vocals, Rap, Piano, Drums Jon of the Shred Co-Founder / CEO of Thirsty Throwdown Productions http://www.facebook.com/pages/Thirsty-Throwdown-Productions/226534014062732 Co-Founder / CEO of the Hydra of Funk http://www.facebook.com/thehydraoffunk Tim Sullivan Co-Founder / CEO of Upstate Productions http://www.facebook.com/upstateproductions Co-Founder / CEO of the Hydra of Funk http://www.facebook.com/thehydraoffunk

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                • Roleplay Replay Episode 1- Mutant City Blues Session 2

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                  There is no session 1. Mutant City Blues is a role-playing game set 10 years in the future where a sizeable percentage of the population has gained mysterious mutant powers. Combining CSI, Law & Order and television shows like "Heroes", Mutant City Blues is an investigative-based game. A roleplaying game is a form of collaborative storytelling. Players create characters that they portray in a story that is developed by themselves and a referee. Dice are usually used to resolve conflicts of any sort, such as whether a character can climb a wall, convince a guard to let them enter, or hit an opponent in combat. The referee of a roleplaying game is called a Dungeon Master or DM (for D&D) or Game Master or GM (for most other games). Other RPGs besides D&D often have a unique name for their game master, but to avoid confusion, it would be acceptable to simply use GM. The GM of a role-playing game often prepares the story beforehand, describes the events of the story to the players, and roleplays the other characters and antagonists that the characters encounter. The GM is not a master over the players and doesn't tell them what to do in real life. GM is not a "level" in the game, like a Black Belt in karate. Anyone that wants to guide a story in an RPG can be a GM - in fact, most gaming groups will allow many players to have a turn at GMing. The GM is not necessarily the most experienced player in the group, and there is no requirement that someone must fulfill to become a GM. Unlike most common types of games, there are no winners or losers in a roleplaying game. A player does not ‘win’ when their character achieves a goal, nor do they ‘lose’ when their character fails or dies. The goal of any role-playing game is usually to create a satisfying story for all participants.

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                  • Blind Willie Johnson

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                    Even in the blues, a style capable of wrenching unexplainable emotions from its audience, Blind Willie Johnson has few equals. With a voice capable of alternating effortlessly between sublime, trembling tenor and the sound of pure gravel, and unparalleled skill with the bottleneck (and knife), Johnson recorded 30 sides for Columbia (1927-1930) that stand as a high-water mark for both country blues and raw gospel. While the lyrics of most of his songs were religious, his music drew from both sacred and blues traditions. Among musicians, he is considered one of the greatest slide or bottleneck guitar artists who ever lived, as well as one of the most revered figures of depression-era gospel music. His music is distinguishable by his powerful bass strumming and gravelly false-bass voice, with occasional use of a tenor voice. "Blind Willie" Johnson was born in Texas about 1902. At age 5, Johnson announced to his father that he was going to become a preacher and fashioned his first guitar out of a cigar box. Johnson was not born blind, and, although it is not specifically known how his condition came about, it is widely believed that his stepmother, in a fit of rage, blinded him when he was 7 years old by throwing lye in his face. Willie taught himself to play the guitar and accompanied himself using a pocketknife for a slide to mimic his voice. Johnson's father would take him into the town of Hearne and leave him to play on the corner every Saturday with a tin cup tied around his neck. At age twenty-five he married a young singer named Angelina, sister of blues guitarist L. C. "Good Rockin'" Robinson (1915-76). Angelina accompanied Johnson on some of his recordings for Columbia Records between 1927 and 1930. He sang in a "rasping false bass," and played bottleneck guitar with "uncanny left-handed strength, accuracy and agility." So forceful was his voice that legend has it he was once arrested for inciting a riot simply by standing in front of the New Orleans Customs House singing "If I Had My Way I'd Tear This Building Down. (http://archive.org) Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and Copyright Policy: http://archive.org/about/terms.php

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