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    A twist on an old classic for Loop De Loop's theme "Twist." Directed and animated by Ivan Dixon. Featuring vocals by Ivan Dixon and Andrew Ma. Music and recording by Andrew Ma.

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    • The Fab Faux - Abbey Road Side 2 (mostly)


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      This Fab Faux recording of most of side two of 'Abbey Road' is a live, in-the-studio performance for a two-camera video shoot. It was originally recorded for The Howard Stern Show and only the audio has been broadcast - until now. Howard and company were kind enough to let us video tape the session. In the end, there were only three minor guitar fixes and each section was recorded in no more than three takes (most were two). There are NO added overdubs within this performance. The audio is pure - and mixed by Joe Chinnici. Thanks to video director/editor Robert Noonan and assistant videographer, Luke Noonan. Special thanks to Carl, Frank, Jeremy and Barre - our incredible crew. Thanks to all at Sirius Radio and especially Howard Stern. We may be coming to your town... Log on to www.thefabfaux.com and sign up for our monthly newsletter.

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      • Lecture: James Murphy (New York, 2013)


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        The LCD Soundsystem frontman talks about some of his favorite music at the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy in New York. James Murphy almost singlehandedly brought back the cultural exchange between indie and dance music with his LCD Soundsystem, the attached DFA label, and cult singles like “Losing My Edge” and the Rapture’s “House Of Jealous Lovers.” As the leading man and lyricist of LCD Soundsystem, he has celebrated two Grammy nominations and received critical acclaim for the second LCD album, Sound of Silver. With LCD’s third album This Is Happening in 2010, Murphy announced the band’s retirement. Prior to that, Murphy went into film scoring (Noah Baumbach’s Greenberg) and established a name for himself as a DJ. A purveyor of disco and old-school-rooted house music, James loves the opportunity to spin and is even developing his own DJ rotary mixer. For more lectures from the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy in New York, visit redbullmusicacademy.com/lectures

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        • Harmonix 'The Beatles: Rock Band' Intro Cinematic


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          Directed by Pete Candeland at Passion Pictures Full Credits: MUSIC AND INSPIRATION – THE BEATLES John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr With Very Special Thanks to Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison Music Produced by George Martin Creative Director Joshua Randall Creative Producer Giles Martin Executive Producers Paul DeGooyer, Jeff Jones, Alex Rigopulos Producer Jonathan Clyde Special Thanks to Van Toffler, Judy McGrath, Dhani Harrison Recordings Engineered by Norman Smith, Geoff Emerick, Ken Scott, Glyn Johns, Phil McDonald Music Produced for The Beatles: Rock Band by Giles Martin Mix Engineer for The Beatles: Rock Band Paul Hicks Director/Writer: Pete Candeland Producer: Debbie Crosscup Executive Producer: Hugo Sands Animation Director: Rob Valley Animation Supervisor: Wes Coman Character Design: Rob Valley, Ree Treweek (from Shy the Sun) Backgrounds: Alberto Mielgo, Daniel Cacouault, Lukasz Pazera, Jim Bowers, Alan Aldridge Full Passion Pictures credits: Production Co: Passion Pictures Writer/Director: Pete Candeland Producer: Debbie Crosscup Co-Development Producer: Anna Lord Executive Producer: Hugo Sands 2D Character Design/Development: Rob Valley CG Character Design/Development: Ree Treweek [of Shy the Sun] 2D Animation Director / Layout: Rob Valley CG Animation Supervisor: Wes Coman Head of CG: Jason Nicolas VFX Supervisor: Neil Riley Technical Direcor: Julian Hodgson Editor: Dan Greenway, Jamie Foord, Lee Gingold Storyboarding: Brendan Houghton, Rob Valley Matte Painting / Backgrounds: Alberto Mielgo, Daniel Cacouault, Lukasz Pazera, Jim Bowers, Alan Aldridge Key Animators: Rob Valley, Jerry Forder, Pete Dodd, Daryl Graham Assistant Supervisor: Dave Burns Character Assistants: Alan Henry, Brent Odell, Jay Wren, Mitch Wilmot, Constantinos Demosthenous FX Animation: Simon Swales, Jane Wright, Chris Knott Toonz: Tim King, Megs Dore 2D Coordinator: Crystal Crompton Anmation test check: Tony Clarke CG Modelling: Ian Brown, Adam Dewhirst, Cesar Nunes, Mario Ucci Rigging: Chris Dawson, Francois Pons, Julian Hodgson Animation CG: Chris Welsby, Vincent Aupetit, Dony Mahmood Animation FX: Jamie Franks Texture \Lighting\ Rendering: Tommy Andersson, Quentin Vien, Guillaume Cassuto, Claire Michaud, Antoine Moulineau Lead Compositing: Johnny Still, Niamh Lines Compositing: Stephane Coedel, Ed Salkeld, Lee Gingold, Luke Carpenter Dailies Editor: Daniel Florencio Directors Assistant: Giles Dill Technique and Software: Traditional 2D for the Beatles/Crowd; XSI for CG, AFX/Nuke for Comp Telecine: Rushes

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          • Amongst Inspiration: Part 6 - With Illustrator Steve Simpson


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            Directed, shot, interviewed & sound mixed by J Cooper. Edited by Gareth Nolan & J Cooper. Thanks & good vibes to Steve Simpson. Special thanks to David Kitt for the usage of "Move It On" © Davit Kitt, 2009. http://www.SteveSimpson.com http://www.JCooperDirector.com http://www.DavidKitt.net

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            • Oleg Chubykin - "The Tourist" ("The Tourist" , 2007)


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              Buy album on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ru/album/turist/id666557000 Диски почтой на http://chubykin.ru/ Animated video from Chubykin's album "The Tourist" (2007). Made by author with old postcards of Vladivostok

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              • And Now The Babe Rainbow & The Secret Enchanted Broccoli Forest


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                Instagram: @thebaberainbow http://www.facebook.com/thebaberainbow Animation: Dr D Foothead http://www.foothead.net Directed & Edited: Samuel Kristofski http://www.kristofski.com Turtle doves in order of appearance: Ash May, Thea Blocksidge, Kobi Naturo, Emily Burch, Rachel Thatcher, Maximillian Tynan & Stephen Engstrom Recorded by S. Joseph at Music Farm, Byron Bay.

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                • George Harrison - The Concert for Bangladesh


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                  Largometraje / concierto dirigido por Phil Spector, que retrata el concierto que en 1971 realizó George Harrison junto a un grupo de amigos tan bacanes como el (Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Billy Preston, entre otros). El lugar elegido fue el Madison Square Garden y el motivo, recaudar fondos para los refugiados. Anécdotas como los motivos por los cuales Mcartney y Lennon no participaron, rodean un concierto que, para muchos, es considerado uno de los mejores de todos los tiempos. Mencion destacada para Ravi Shankar y el temón que se manda con el sitar.

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                  • The Beatles in America - Ed Sullivan Show - First Presentation (February 9, 1964)


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                    The Beatles' first appearance on prime time television in North America was on the Jack Parr Show in January of 1964. It was a taped presentation of the lads playing "She Loves You." Parr allegedly derided the performance as "the downfall of British civilization." Of course, nothing was farther from the truth. In February of 1964, The Beatles had begun gathering momentum as America's newest craze, and it was their first performance on The Ed Sullivan Show that solidified their popularity in North America. Ed Sullivan, the poker-faced TV American variety-show host, spotted the Beatles in a scene of pandemonium at London's Heathrow Airport the previous October. "Who the hell are the Beatles?" he'd apparently asked his associates. He would quickly discover that they were Britain's newest fascination, and he decided to bring them over to play his show. The Ed Sullivan Show was taped in the CBS studios in New York City. The studio had a seating capacity of 703. The CBS offices received over 50,000 requests for tickets. But only a small portion of these were delegated to Beatles' fans. The Ed Sullivan Show was family fare, and although Sullivan never shied away from acts that were controversial, such as Elvis Presley, James Brown and other impending rock stars, Sullivan was always clearly more comfortable with the "establishment " of the entertainment world. In fact, his pet act was a mouse puppet called Topo Gigo, a silly parody of Italian cultural stereotypes. Still, Sullivan knew that The Beatles were something special, and he had them on his show in one form or another nine times. On Sunday, February 9, millions of North Americans waited in front of small black and white television sets in anticipation of seeing this new phenomenon from Britain. The audience for that show alone is estimated to be over 70 million people. On their first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, the Beatles played five songs in two sets. The first set included All My Loving, Till There Was You, and She Loves You. Later in the second half of the show, the Beatles played I Saw Her Standing There, and I Want To Hold Your Hand. Each song was well rehearsed and went off without a hitch. The audience, at least that section that was reserved for young Beatles' fans was reserved beyond belief until prompted by stage managers to scream their hearts out. That was a part of the deal, it seems. Sullivan had made a pact or a "promise" as he called it, with the "youngsters" in his audience to refrain from over exuberance until the music ended. This was, after all, television, not some local night club. And while The Beatles may have been headliners that night, Sullivan was equally proud of the fact that he was presenting the Broadway cast of "Oliver" -- featuring Georgia Brown and Davy Jones who went on to become one of The Monkees -- Frank Gorshen (comedian, doing impressions of celebrities), Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill (comedy team), Tessie O'Shea (singer, medley of show tunes), Fred Kapps (magician), and Wells & the Four Fays (acrobats, doing physical comedy). At the beginning of the February 9 show, Sullivan read a congratulatory telegram from Elvis Presley, the king of the rock movement in the United States. Some describe this as a "torch-passiong" of sorts. The King was far from dead at that time, but his heirs were certainly present that evening in the CBS studio. This was not to say that there were no detractors. Having lived through the hulla hoop and the dance craze called "The Twist", most parents saw The Beatles as simply another momentary fad. Even Sullivan's musical director reportedly said "I give them a year." But it was more than the beginning of some brief love affair with four lads from Liverpool. It was the beginning of Beatlemania, a change in the cultural fabric that would last and continue through today.

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                    • Episode 2. I Didn't Know That about The Beatles


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                      The second in the series of 'information you most likely didn't know about stuff... '. This time it's about The Beatles. Check out episode 1 (I Didn't Know That - about Elton John) here: https://vimeo.com/77677392

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