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What Happens When Steven Tyler, Alice Cooper, Weird Al Yankovic Come Together With The Beatles In Hawaii

What Happens When Steven Tyler, Alice Cooper, Weird Al Yankovic Come Together With The Beatles In Hawaii on New Year’s Eve.

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…Wow.  It is times like these that I am grateful for the internet. 20 years ago this would have been a rumor that floated through the radio station airwaves…DJs mentioning briefly, “Coming up a block of Aerosmith…speaking of Aerosmith, did you hear the story that Steven Tyler, Alice Cooper, and Weird Al were seen performing together on New Years? I don’t know if I believe it either…”

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What Happens When Steven Tyler, Alice Cooper, Weird Al Yankovic Come Together With The Beatles In Hawaii on New Year’s Eve.

Listen To Ronnie Enjoymusic Enjoylife While Playing Acoustic Guitar in Botswana

Listen To Ronnie Enjoymusic Enjoylife While Playing Acoustic Guitar in Botswana. Isn’t there is something pure and magical about Ronnie and his music? What do you feel?

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“God puts some of his angels on earth with some gifts lest we forget that life is beautiful, and no matter what situation you’re in, see an angel with all this mastery inevitably makes your week be happier. God bless you man of Botswana. Thanks for putting a smile on my face”

“That was awsome, I wish I could play like that”

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Tonight The Streets Are Ours – Richard Hawley – Lyrics – Video

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Do you know why you got feelings in your heart
Don’t let fear of me then fool you, what you see sets you apart
It’s nothing here to bind you, it’s no way for life to start
Do you know that tonight the streets are ours
Tonight the street are ours
These lights in our eyes tell no lies

Those people they got nothing in their souls
And they make our tvs blind us from our visions and our goals
Oh the trigger of time it tricks you so you have no way to grow
Do you know that tonight the streets are ours
Tonight the street are ours
These lights in our eyes tell no lies

And no one else can haunt me the way that you can haunt me
I need to know you want me, I couldn’t be without you
and the light that shines around you
No nothing ever matter more than my darling
But tonight the street are ours

Do you know how to kill loneliness at last
Oh there’s some much there to heel thee???
and make tears things of the past
But tonight the street are ours
Tonight the street are ours
These lights in our street are ours
Tonight the street are ours
These lights in our heart they tell no lies

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Eclectic Method: You can’t tell us that what these guys do with music and video remixes is not cool or that they are not having fun doing it – the way it should be.



Eclectic Method at Bonnaroo 2010 from Eclectic Method on Vimeo.

What is it about Eclectic Method that inspired U2, Phish, Fatboy Slim and Public Enemy to employ their
talents? That inspired Cannes and Sundance to have them headline their closing night parties? That
impressed Motown and XL Records to hire them for official remixes; Sony PlayStation to have them
develop video games levels, and MTV Europe to have them kick-start the MTV Mash series? Simply put,
it’s because Eclectic Method is reshaping the platforms to bring us tomorrow’s entertainment today.

Eclectic Method – featuring London natives Jonny Wilson, Ian Edgar and Geoff Gamlen – helped
pioneer the emerging art of audio-visual mixing since first cutting U2’s Mysterious Ways music video with
the Beastie Boys’ Intergalactic as an experiment back in 2002. The trio’s audio-visual mash-ups feature
television, film, music and video game footage sliced and diced into blistering, post-modern dance floor
events. It’s a cyclone of music and images mashed together in a world where Kill Bill fight scenes and
Dave Chappelle’s Rick James rants are ingeniously cut and looped over bootleg samples, DVD scratches
and pumped-up dance anthems. It’s a real-time subversion of technology and media performed live on
video turntables for what LA Weekly called a “mesmerizing” sensory overload.

“Eclectic Method are the remix kings… a head-rush that unites disparate pop culture elements into an insanely infectious, beat-wise roller coaster,” raved DJ Magazine, while music-producing legend Brian Eno says, “Earwax problem? Eclectic Method will shake it loose.”

Eclectic Method have released two “video mix-tape” DVDs, 2005’s We’re Not VJs and 2008’s Lock
Up Your Videos, but millions have seen their work in other contexts. There’s the U2-commissioned Zoo TV
video remix the rockers used as a concert opener, and a mega-mix for Fatboy Slim’s 2006 DVD Why Make
Videos. XL Recordings celebrated their 10th anniversary by commissioning an Eclectic Method mega-mix
and live performance combining everyone from M.I.A. to the White Stripes, while the Bob Marley Family
and Motown have both used Method remixes to showcase their rich video catalogs. From the Jammy
Awards and Getty Images World Tour to film studios like Palm Pictures, New Line and Lion’s Gate, content
creators are lining up to invigorate their catalogue with the Eclectic Method stamp.

Eclectic Method also claims one of the freshest live shows in music. The group’s performed at
such popular events as Glastonbury, The Festival, Winter Music Conference, BBC’s One Big Weekend and
at several major film festivals. Top companies like Blackberry, Motorola, MTV, Spike TV, Oakley, Adidas,
Apple, AOL and Red Bull have all tapped Eclectic Method for content-launch parties.

With such visionary ideas, it should be no surprise the trio boasts a wealth of experiences. When
the group formed in 2002, Ian was already a popular scratch DJ and journalist. Geoff, a regular at The
Haçienda and a veteran of Manchester’s Factory Records scene, had a front row seat to the Soviet Union’s
collapse working at the British Embassy in Moscow. Jonny, who spent several trying years in post-war
Bosnia, worked as a sound engineer and beat-maker for legendary producer Brian Eno (U2, Coldplay) and
played in bands with future members of the Libertines and Razorlight. With these types of resumes,
Eclectic Method were bound to do something revolutionary… and so they have.

With Europe and Asia already jumping, Eclectic Method is readying the New World for the 2.0 AV
revolution. To expand their U.S. efforts, Jonny relocated to NYC and Ian to the City of Angels to give
American fans a jolt of the Method live show. With upcoming shows in Mexico, Canada and Brazil and
Geoff holding down the fort back home, Eclectic Method have truly become a global brand.
Back before MySpace or Facebook even existed, Eclectic Method came together to push the limits
of technology and create a window into the future. More than a half-dozen years later, they now sit at the
forefront of audiovisual entertainment with a style and technique that’s redefining the way people enjoy
music. Needless to say, it’s no longer just a Method—it’s a movement.

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MOS DEF MUSIC VIDEO – CASA BEY LYRICS – THE ECSTATIC

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CASA BEY LYRICS – FROM THE ECSTATIC ALBUM BY MOS DEF

Magnetic, the flows are athletic
Dimensions are perfected
But the static or kinetic is power
Past pressure
And mass beyond measure
You can place son where ever he [x3]

Bed Stuy forever the fresh

MDef the black fantastic raw
Dynamic true ecstatic ghetto outstanding
Classic active every place
I have the skill power
passion raise your red lantern stanzas
and anthems based on expansion
a vantage point of the past present and after rapture
Man’s in ceremonial mastercraft of the masterminds who craft masters
Master and vibrant from Brooklyn Island legendary
and silent Black Star shining Bedford Stuyvesant isn’t Strivers
Flatbush blazing like it’s smoke of the prophet
and it’s constant my mother will offer
and God is the author from Flaco to Archer
we right on target a ready steady responser
a black light write in the darkness
ya’ll just a fantastic rawness good morning yes

Mos Def – “Casa Bey” – The Ecstatic – 6.9.09

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BASEMENT JAXX MUSIC VIDEO – “WHERE’S YOUR HEAD AT” – MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY

Two versions of Basement Jaxx video for “Where’s Your Head At” starting with the original:

And the live performance video:

Basement Jaxx: “Where’s Your Head At” 2009 Tour Visuals (by Max Hattler) from Max Hattler on Vimeo.

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Steven J. Gottlieb is the music lover editor of Videostatic.com: 2008 Top Music Videos

Steven released his 2008 top 10 music videos of the year list based on coverage on his online mag about music videos:

  1. Weezer “Pork & Beans”
    — Mathew Cullen, director
  2. Bjork “Wanderlust”
    — Encyclopedia Pictura, directors
  3. Gnarls Barkley “Who’s Gonna Save My Soul?”
    — Chris Milk, director
  4. Brighton Port Authority “Toe Jam”
    — Keith Schofield, director
  5. Beyonce “Put A Ring On It/If I Were A Boy” (she released ‘em together, so why not pick em together)
    — Jake Nava, director
  6. Seether “Breakdown”
    — Tony Petrossian, director
  7. Adele “Chasing Pavements”
    — Mathew Cullen, director
  8. Vampire Weekend “A Punk”
    — Garth Jennings of Hammer & Tongs, director
  9. Erykah Badu “Honey”
    — Erykah Badu & Mr. Roboto, directors
  10. Jakob Dylan “Something Good This Way Comes”
    — Josh & Xander, directors

Have you seen all of these music videos? What do you think?

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