Hundred Block Rock (3:35) was made in 1999. Nigel Hunt was the director/videographer. Don Flatt was the editor, and Lincoln Clarkes assisted. It was screened at the Vancouver Videopoem Festival in 2000, organized by Heather Haley. The video features the poetry of Bud Osborn from a recording off the Hundred Block Rock CD. Poet Bud Osborn recorded the album with Mecca Normal guitarist David Lester and bassist Wendy Atkinson. They toured the album in Canada. The album examines life in Canada's poorest neighbourhood, the Downtown Eastide of Vancouver -- it is a challenging work that matches Osborn's forthright style with raw, urgent music. The album was recorded and engineered by Dan Kronemann, and Alan Twigg was the executive producer.
A Tribe Called Red has released their first music video 'Sisters' from their award winning album 'Nation II Nation.'
The video follows three Indigenous women on their way to one of A Tribe Called Red's "Electric Pow Wows." Check it out!
Fellow Musicians, Artists, Music-loving Rabble-Rousers!
The Tra La Las, a band from Kitchener-Waterloo - have released an election day song to remind Canadians that "Harper is the Root of All Evil"
more tra la las at - http://www.myspace.com/thetralalasmusic
hope you all enjoy it: