1. michael red & tanya tagaq @ calgary folk fest (2006)

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    this video is edging towads 10,000 views on youtube. to check out more of tanya tagaq's work go here: http://www.isuma.tv/tagaq

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    • Curbside Concerts, Vol. 4; Dane Ferguson Redux

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      We did a previous Curbside Concert with Dane earlier this year, but he was just recovering from an injury to his fretting hand and we were ill-prepared to deal with the wind noise the day we filmed, so we promised him another go, and here it is! Video produced by Christian Martinez and Ryan Murphy. Shot on-location at the Richmond Folk Festival.

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      • Amanda Jo Williams, Live at Pappy and Harriet's

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        Earlier this summer we had the opportunity to travel out to Joshua Tree for a performance by Amanda Jo Williams at the (world?) famous Pappy & Harriet’s. In between pulled-pork sandwiches and whiskey sours we found the time to capture this invigorating performance from her and her band of outlaws. Amanda Jo’s been a prolific member of the LA folk scene for several years now and we’re very glad to have her inspired southern-tinged jams to stomp our feet to. Check out her 2011 LP Mary’s Big Feet, available on Nocturnal Sol.

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        • Amanda Jo Williams - "Light On"

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          Originally from Georgia, Amanda Jo Williams had a made a name for herself in the LA area. Famous for her unique voice, Amanda's music is a gritty tribute to authentic country and Americana. She performs here her song "Light On" on a porch in Silver Lake, Los Angeles. She is accompanied by 5-Track on guitar and Jeff Hogan on stand up bass.

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          • Apairies and Bees for Communities Y4S Video

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            This is a video I made for ABC for their Youth For Sustainability contest entry. Please go to this page and vote for ABC's idea: http://youth4sustainability.com/entries#79301 www.backyardbees.ca This was shot on a honeybee farm in Sorrento, BC, at a beekeeping course in Calgary, AB, and at the Calgary Folkfest. Equipment: Sony EX1, Canon 7D, and Sennheiser EK100 wireless microphones. Shot, directed, and edited by Paul Lapides. www.paullapides.com

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            • lepschi am warming-up day 2010

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              Der Kulturverein lepschi präsentierte heuer erstmalig eine tschechische Ska-Band am Warming-Up Day: Green Smatroll aus Prag, Ska-Jazz vom feinsten, schon bei unser allerersten Veranstaltung im Jänner 2008 spielten sie ein fulminantes Konzert, jetzt wieder live . Nach dem Konzert gabs ne kleine after-hour mit den Jungs von JiggySquad .... www.lepschi.org. grenz-transzendenz!

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              • En afton med Michael Jackson - kulturkalaset 2010

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                En hyllningskonsert för Michael Jacksonvid Storanparkeingen i Göteborg under Kulturkalaset 2010 med svenska popartister. Medverkar gör Asha Ali, Marit Bergman, Victor Norén, Anna Maria Espinosa.

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                • sunday sessions and beer garden

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                  Arrived earlier on Sunday to catch a session with Alejandro Escoveda who we missed on Saturday. Alejandro was joined on stage by Basia Bulat and Dala as well as Brandi Carlile, so we also got a bit of a reprise of the previous evening's mainstage performance. We sought shade in the beer garden and enjoyed the midday mainstage performance by Te Vaka through the speakers. We were sitting close to Stage 1, so we were within earshot of the early afternoon performance by Naomi Shelton and the Gospel Queens. My parents were visiting so I wasn't going to be able to stay for the evening mainstage, so the younger sister and I had a little taste at the 4:30 session on Stage 6 where Jakob Dylan performed with Colleen Brown, Brandi Carlile (she seemed to be everywhere) and Jimmy Rankin. It was a great session. The mood shifted from leisurely and relaxed to upbeat. During the final song of the set the siblings and I did not resist the call to dance. It was a beautiful way to end the weekend. It was a hot and sunny festival, but younger sister and I managed to avoid heat stroke by pacing ourselves even more than we usually do. We tended to arrive late and leave a little bit early. We didn't see every act that we might have wanted, but it was still a thoroughly enjoyable weekend. We left hydrated and slightly sunburned.

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                  • saturday sessions and mainstage

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                    Saturday at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival... the younger sister and I arrived later in the afternoon (we watched the Cariwest parade and visited the market briefly in the morning). Our first session was "War and Peace" with Sarah Harmer, Basia Bulat, Jill Hennessy, and Terry Morrison on Stage 6, which always seems to feature the artists that I come to folk fest to see. Once that session was complete, we caught the very tail end of the concert with Debashish Bhattacharya, pioneer of the Indian slide guitar. Younger sister and I ran into my good friends Wade and Phil, who were almost always at different stages than I was. We parted company at that point, W&P off to the beer tent and younger sister and I to the food tent area, where we supped and then headed to the prime tarp location (thanks again to the tarp masters who stood in line). And that's where we spent the rest of the night, ideally located for the evening's mainstage acts. The bare spots on the hill started to fill in during the four-part harmonies of bluegrass artists Dailey & Vincent and Malian singer and guitarist Vieux Farka Toure. The threat of rain was made good during Sarah Harmer's set, but our tarp was soon retrofitted with umbrellas to provide shelter from the elements. Despite the rain Sarah Harmer managed to get people on their feet and once on their feet they could no longer resist the call to dance. The rain frightened some people away, but their premature evacuation proved to be a poor choice as Brandi Carlile was a quick crowd favourite. She even got the crowd to sing three part harmonies (it did sound pretty good on the hill despite the off-key groaning coming from the people standing behind me). Younger sister and I made our own exit during Colin Hay. We crossed the river while the pedestrian bridge was still lit up and you could still see the glow of the hill when you got to the other side.

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                    • friday sessions and mainstage

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                      Friday night at the folk fest. Younger sister and I arrived late. Headache earlier in the day (me) and post-work meetings (her) meant that we weren't going to make the six o'clock start time. We arrived at Gallagher Park just in time to catch the very tail end of what looked like quite the popular session on Stage 6. The sun was setting and bathed the sitting crowd in perfect pink light. The tarp crew had secured a pretty good spot at the mainstage, so I was close enough that I could get some fairly decent shots of the stage with my super-zoom. The Levon Helm band got the crowd off their feet to dance, which was a good start to the main performances of the night. There was a brief appearance by Basia Bulat during the procession of the volunteer lanterns. Following Basia was Calexico, the definite highlight of my night. At the end of Calexico's set (which was awesome), they invited Bassekou Kouyate on stage to play during their last song. Then the cold started to set in and younger sister and I headed back across the river while Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba ended the night of music on the hill. We crossed over the bridge (which was dark), admired the view of downtown reflected in the river and then met the gentleman in Riverdale and were escorted home. The previous night there was a great shot of the hill lit up with candles, but this evening all that we could see was the glow of the mainstage lights.

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