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Baby This Love I Have by Minnie Ripperton, sampled by A Tribe Called Quest on Check The Rhyme

Part of the LINER NOTES performances, a live musical, theatrical and multimedia performance in Washington,DC.

Disclaimer: I do not own this music, and these are video remixes part of live, public vj/video mixing, performance and/or installation. These videos are strictly for review purposes. Not to be downloaded or redistributed. All rights reserved by artists, labels and publishing.

Please purchase this music at http://itunes.apple.com/album/baby-this-love-i-have/id51084514?i=51084411&ign-mpt=uo%3D5
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Directed, edited and produced by Tewodross Melchishua.A visual tribute to Donny Hathaway and hip-hop with inspiration from the poetry/music of Common, The Roots and others in hip-hop, especially those who were inspired by or referenced Donny Hathaway in the verses. (Geto Heaven by Common, Proceed by the Roots)

Part of the M3: MCs, Mics and Metaphors Exhibition now on display at Busboys and Poets (14th & V Streets) Washington, DC.

Music is "Till Next Rhyme" courtesy of and produced by Maverick. Please support and for more information:

maverickmusic.bandcamp.com

busboysandpoets.com
soulsuite.com/m3
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Music: "Yekermo Sew" (Mulatu Astatke Remix) Featuring Dustin Warren by Te'Amir

Inspired by the history, culture and people of Ethiopia as well as the shared history and struggle of African Americans, the video is a tribute to the "fighters" from the Civil Rights, Black Power to the African liberation/anti-colonialism movements. It also is a testament to the great connections between African Americans and the African Diaspora and especially, Ethiopians, as well as other people of African descent. This is my tribute to not only the Ethiopian people, but also to those who have resisted and fought back against invasion, racism, white supremacy, colonialism and oppression.

Special Thanks to Te' Amir for allowing me to visualize this dope track and of course to the great Ethiopian musician and inventor of Ethio-jazz, Mulatu Astatke.

The Remix of Mulatu Astatke's famous "Yekermo Sew" track from the album "Mulatu" was eleased with Mochilla's TIMELESS Box Set in March of 2010. Written a...
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Note: for preview purposes only. Work in progress for
DAY | LIGHT - A forthcoming painting and video installation featuring the song "Day" by QAUDRON. Courtesy of Plug Research Records.

http://www.plugresearch.com/quadron
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Video music by Tewodross Melchishua (a.k.a. Tee Scratch Curry-TSC) part of a series of visual interpretations of the remix project SHAOLIN JAZZ - THE 37TH CHAMBER. Inspired by Logan Walters’ redesign of Wu-Tang Clan album covers in the style of classic Blue Note Records album covers, Gerald Watson teamed up with his friend DJ 2-Tone Jones to create Shaolin Jazz – the 37th Chamber – a Wu-Tang-meets-jazz mixtape which matches vocals from the Shaolin members with sounds from classic jazz records.

http://gmoney77.wordpress.com/2011/04/11/shaolin-jazz-the-37th-chamber-the-full-project/
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Music: Keep It Rollin' by A Tribe Called Quest

Part of the LINER NOTES performances, a live musical, theatrical and multimedia performance in Washington,DC.

Disclaimer: I do not own this music, and these are video remixes part of live, public vj/video mixing, performance and/or installation. These videos are strictly for review purposes. Not to be downloaded or redistributed. All rights reserved by artists, labels and publishing.

Please purchase this music at http://itunes.apple.com/album/keep-it-rollin/id265670545?i=265670692&ign-mpt=uo%3D5
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Video installation (for veejay-ing) and video music inspired by the Bossa Bang series mixed and produced by Nick the 1DA. Edited video and mixed/created motion graphics and effects.
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Teaser video from NACIREMA, a multimedia experience exploring identity, culture and control, weaving a narrative that encourages the audience to consider what it means to be a citizen. Using video, movement and original music, we follow the struggles of a young woman, Namuha, trying to make her way in a tightly controlled hypothetical society. Part of the Artistic Blind Dates, with the Source Theatre Festival, in Washington, DC. June 15-July 3, 2011.

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Director - Debbi Arseneaux
Musician/Composer - Martin Gendelman
Visual Artist/Filmmaker - Tewodross Melchishua

Featuring performances by:
Anne Egseth Olmeti
Eric Plewinski
Shannon Boyd
with Mark Borden, Jeorge Watson, Shaunte Tabb

Teaser video produced/edited by Tewodross Melchishua
Original music by Martin Gendelman

Additional Music and Featuring "Crystal Pens" by Nacirema and Dr. Gonzo

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