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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

APACHE INDIAN TIME FOR CHANGE TOUR
















Apache Indian & The Reggae Revolution - Time for Change Tour movie was released Jun 05, 2007 by the Music Video Distributors studio. Apache Indian is one of Britain's most eclectic Reggae performers. Apache Indian & The Reggae Revolution - Time for Change Tour movie Through embracing his East Indian heritage and its traditions, Apache Indian has developed a unique brand of ragga heavily influenced by the bhangra style. Apache Indian & The Reggae Revolution - Time for Change Tour video His emergence in the early '90s spawned the trademark cross-cultural fusion fans have come to love and also earned him his nickname. Apache Indian & The Reggae Revolution - Time for Change Tour film Here, he's in the company of The Reggae Revolution (backing band for Pato Banton, Sting, Musical Youth, Gregory Isaacs, Half Pint and many more). Apache Indian & The Reggae Revolution - Time for Change Tour review Together they brought the house down on October 21, 2006 at the Musicport World Music Festival in Whitby, North Yorkshire UK with one truly spectacular performance. 




APACHE INDIAN TIME FOR CHANGE TOUR


Monday, January 5, 2015

JUNIOR KELLY LIVE IN SAN FRANSISCO






















One of the most talented and popular figures on the 21st-century reggae scene, Junior Kelly eschews digital beats and dancehall cliches in favor of organic rhythms and socially conscious lyrics that make him the preeminent roots ambassador of the new millennium. Kelly brings his eclectic, poetic, and smoothly danceable reggae stylings to this concert recorded live in San Francisco.
 watch the DVD and you may be pleasantly surprised to find guest performances from Luciano, Mikey General, and Dean Fraser. The remix of "Rise" opens the dvd with a searing, ominous hip-hop-infused beat that shows a darker side to the normally chipper singjay. Dean Fraser then lightens the mood (and catches you off-guard if you're expecting a Junior Kelly concert) with his mellow, "saxy" stylings on "Song" and "Ballad," the latter of which is a straightforward R&B ballad (think soulful Kenny G) that may not appeal to strict reggae fans. Mikey General warms things up with his typically solid material, including two of his all-time best: "Red Hot" from Spiritual Revolution and "Sinners" from Stronger Rastaman. FINALLY Junior Kelly returns halfway through the dvd with six powerful tracks, primarily from his Love So Nice set (as well as the bubbly lovers tune "What Will It Take" from Juvenile and "Rise" from, of course, Rise).



JUNIOR KELLY IN SAN FRANSISCO

ROOTSMAN VS HEARTICAL






















HEARTICAL is on the warpath again, this time Bass Tone from Germany promotes what promises to be one of the heaviest Foundation soundclash in Europe !

HEARTICAL (FR) versus ROOTSMAN (UK)
IT'S ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11th 2006 !!
A SOUNDCLASH NIGHT IN HEIDELBERG CITY !!
AT CLUB - HALLE 02 / GERMANY

ANNOUNCED RULES WILL BE THE FOLLOWING :

Only rules: strictly dubplates and no playbacks !

1. Round: 25 min each sound

2. Round: 25 min each sound

3. Round: 20 min each sound

4. Dub fi Dub: 10 tunes each sound.


If no clear decision is reached after the dub fi dub, it is up to the contestants to agree on the number of further tunes.
Voting will be done through hand signs.
GET READY FOR THE INTERNATIONAL WAR !

 HEARTICAL VS ROOTSMAN

Friday, January 2, 2015

CEDRIC THE ENTERTAINER PRESENTS


























PILOT
Sketches include: "Que Hora Es?" - a mock Spanish soap opera in which the cast knows little Spanish.
"Owww!" - Velvet Anderson and 'his girl' Maleena try to pitch jingles for apple juice...Owww!
"Cafeteria Lady" - The Cafeteria Lady is seemingly nice, until she'll bring up extremely personal topics and insult you with them.
"Channel 6 News" - A newscast is interrupted by breaking news--acutally children breaking things as this newscast takes place during 'take your child to work day'.
"Love Doctor" - A couple is having trouble in their relationship and they go to see a psychiatrist who thinks hes Barry White.



EPISODE 1
Sketches Include: •Cooking With Chef Reverend: a melding of a religious show and a cooking show. One of Ced's best roles so far. •Calcutta Golf Classic - who can play golf (or even announce a live radio broadcast of it) in such sweltering heat? •Babies - three babies talk to each other in while in their bassinets. •Cafeteria Lady - in this one, she caters a wedding. The cake is sculpted from (what else?) MASHED POTATOES AND CORN! •Shock Jocks vs. Journalist - a serious journalist tries to deliver the news on a morning radio show, but the shockjock can't keep his finger away from the "fart" button.



EPISODE 2
Sketches Include: Ray Halloween - 50s Dinner - Raj Halloween #2 - Player Babies #2: The Park - Gulf Leader - Raj Halloween #3 - Beauty & The Beast Divorce Court.


EPISODE 3
Sketches include: -Mr. Tibbs: A temperamental waiter trying to fit into a 50's restaurant. -Grown Babies: A group of babies in cribs discuss modern philosophies about being babies. -Cult Crazies: People wait for Baltrar, some superior being, to take them to space. The apocalypse doesn't come to cult members' chagrins. -Raj Binder: An Indian reporter at an LA gay parade stirs up the folks. -Divorce Court: Beauty v. Beast. Beauty is upset at beastly activities.



EPISODE 4
Sketches include: - "Que Hora Es?": A wedding goes awry when people use their limited knowledge of the Spanish language to imitate a Spanish soap opera. -Movie Theatre Mix-Up: When Cassius goes to see a movie with his well-to-do girlfriend, his old trashy girlfriend tries to change his mind about her. -Civil Candy: A company is brought up on charges of distributing candy that harms people. The defendants aren't of much help when they admit to adding over 100,000x the recommended amount of a 'sour ingredient'. -Chef Reverend: Cedric makes cooking holy. -Mama ESQ: A lawyer who lacks in legal knowledge, makes up for it with maternal instinct.LESS



EPISODE 5
Sketches Include: -"Que Hora Es?: A funeral goes awry when the parties involved only have a minimal knowledge of the Spanish language. -Friendly Salesman: A salesperson becomes a little too personal with customers, by claiming to be gay--but he acts awfully straight. -$1 Bathroom Attendant: In a men's bathroom, the attendant wishes to help patrons--but not without charging them. -Kyle Dunnigan: An "inspirational" guitarist sings songs to children on such topics as drugs. -Killa Mike X- A rap artist preaches his sentiments in his songs and arguments. He sings a balad about a maid. -Gag Order- A job interview that is going well becomes complicated when the applicant repeatedly gags.



EPISODE 6
Sketches Include: -Tattoo Dude: Cedric is beginning to make one tattoo, but messes up and soon looks a whole lot different. -Plane Crew Mix-Up: Cedric goes on vacation with his girlfriend, only to find out his ex-girlfriend is the stewardess. And watch out when they meet! -"Happy Birthday": A person sings a "Happy Birthday" song while revealing some "extra" things. No total nudity. -Cafeteria Lady: She is working in college and gets her rude button on. Watch out when someone ask for green beans!




EPISODE 7
A tattoo artist tries to cover his mistakes; a Yalie gets an ex-con roommate; player Cassius tries to placate an ex while with another woman; Mrs. Cafeteria Lady works Thanksgiving. JB Smoove, Shaun Majumder




EPISODE 8
Sketches Include: Somewhere in Afghanistan: America VS. Afghanistan as the war soon turns into a dance competition. Mama for U.S. Senate: She's back and after defending her son against the haters, she's going for Washington haters with her weapon of "Ass Destruction". But Glen Cox becomes Mama's opponent in a unique style. Girl Trouble: Cedric Bear tries to become lotion boy for two beautiful women, but has to get rid of the other one. Campaign Debate: Mama VS. Glen Cox. Glen Cox insults Mama and she ain't taking that with her strong comebacks and finally uses the "Weapon of Ass Destruction" Lawyer for Stand Up: Cedric is at a murder trial trying to be a lawyer, but instead ends up amusing the coutroom. Taste Buds: A game show where Cedric and Amy compete and "Howard" can never get the ingredients right.



EPISODE 9
In this holiday episode, Sketches Include: -Channel 6 Action News: While amale reporter tries to read news, his colleague is visibly inebriated. -Cafeteria Lady: Aiming to insult again, this time the staff party has yule-like offenses. -Toddler Sandbox: A bunch of babies discuss Goodwill and crying. -Deray Davis: Raunchy reindeers smoke and drink while tricking other animals. -Black Panther: Pretentious socialites gather at a party and view a large diamond--but the Black Panther, a master thief is on the case of the diamond.


EPISODE 10
Guests: Anna Nicole Smith, Charles Barkley. Wendy Raquel Robinson, Shaun Majumder, Amy Brassette, JB Smoove.




EPISODE 11
Nelly appears in an “American Idol” parody. Also: a spy must renew his license to kill; a family has a raucous preparation for church; a teenage retail trainee freaks out; interracial pals struggle with political correctness. JB Smoove, Shaun Majumder, Wendy Raquel Robinson.



EPISODE 12
Talking by numbers-When they speak they say a number in every sentence! Bond-Dr.Samander and James Bond need to refresh their licenses to kill. Depo-employee problems! She is very crazy. No one understands her! Time For Church-Everybody get ready for church! They're fighting and getting ready for church at the same time. (Guest star Marcus T. Paulk) Talent Surpreme-Like American Idol they choose the best singer! While in auditions when someone can't sing he is choosing people with no talent! (Guest star Nelly).



EPISODE 13
A UFO-crash witness is interviewed; gang members host a pranks-on-tape show; a lounge singer warbles about his straying girlfriend. Also: Cedric spoofs “Dr. Phil.” Wendy Raquel Robinson, Shaun Majumder.



EPISODE 14
A man learns his date is psychic; a restaurant called “Just like Home” belies its name; Velvet Anderson crashes a talent audition. Amy Brassette, Shaun Majumder, JB Smoove.



EPISODE 15
Bobby Brown, David Alan Grier and Alfonso Ribeiro play conflicting sides of a man (Cedric) applying for a job. JB Smoove, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Amy Brassette.


EPISODE 16
Bobby Brown, Alfonso Ribeiro and David Alan Grier guest star.
Jingle Fever II, Daddy's Dying Wish, Psychic Date, Schleppie & Frypan, Ring Shopping, Just Like Home


EPISODE 17
In "Jingle Fever 2," Velvet Anderson and his sidekick crash a teen talent show.
Santa's bottom Line, Underwear Dream, Roman Slave Ship Efficiency Expert, Dr. Hip Hop, Sexual Harassment, Beth and Rodger


EPISODE 18
Schleppie & Frypan II, Kathryn Yanderborn, Horny Bears, Battle Briefing, Billy Wright, Texas vs Maine


EPISODE 19
Robin Hood, Nacpt Summit, Sports Legends, Curtain Call, Funeral Rehearsal


EPISODE 20
The Sheik, You Don't Know, The Marriage Game, Byzantine Machinations, Kevin Ruf, Cafeteria Lady Cliffhanger


EPISODE 21
Crispus Attucks, We Ain't Hatin', Player Babies' Birthday, Love Doctor Bus Strike, Two Piece and A Biscuit



IN LIVING COLOR SEASON 2















EPISODE 1
  • "Hey Mon/Hedley Hospital"
  • "Sidekick"
  • "Bigger Brothers"
  • "Mudhead's Funeral"
  • "Men on Films II"
  • Musical guests Queen Latifah and Flavor Flav close the show



EPISODE 2
  • "Anton Volunteers"
  • "Training Men the Wodehouse Way"
  • "Rosanna Sings America"
  • "2 Live Crew"
  • "Homey D. Clown: When Homey Met Sally"


EPISODE 3
  • "Untouchables" baseball bat dinner intro
  • "Flatuscents"
  • "Good Morning/Good Night"
  • "Cephus & Reesie's Broadway Tour"
  • "The Buttmans: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?"
  • "Spike Joint"



EPISODE 4
  • "Fly Girl Brain Surgeons"
  • "Tag Team Evangelists"
  • "Benita Butrell: Uninvited Guest"
  • "1-900-YT-GUILT"
  • "Al MacAfee: Hall Monitor"
  • Musical guest Monie Love closes the show



EPISODE 5
  • The B.S. Brothers make their debut in the show opener
  • "Black Like You"
  • "Go On Girl: Sensitive Men"
  • "I Won't Drift Away"
  • "Miss Black Person U.S.A."



EPISODE 6
  • Musical guest Heavy D and the Boyz opens the show
  • "Hey Mon/Hedley Court"
  • "Shahrazad Ali's Video"
  • "Snackin' Shack"
  • "Frenchie"



EPISODE 7
  • "Shawn Wayans, Rap Star"
  • "B.S. Brothers: Penitentiary IV"
  • "Iraqi Fashion Show"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble: The School Play"
  • "Vera De Milo: Buffed, Beautiful, and Bitchen"
  • "Homeboy Shopping Network: Hollywood Homeboys"



EPISODE 8
  • "Magenta Thompson's Acting School"
  • "Foundation for Golf Heritage"
  • "Evelyn Smith"
  • "Laquita Sings the Blues", featuring Billy Dee Williams.
  • Billy Dee Williams closes the show



EPISODE 9
  • Carl Jamal Taylor guest stars as first "Fly Guy"
  • "Lassie'90"
  • "Amazing Grace - Rocky VI"
  • "Dinner with Millie" (cut from DVD)
  • "PMS Defense System"
  • "Men on Vacation"
  • Musical guest 3rd Bass closes the show



EPISODE 10
  • "The Brothers Brothers: Two Sistas for Two Brothers"
  • "Barbara Bush Visits the Illiterates"
  • "Dickie Peterson: Cherub of Justice"
  • "Anton's Thanksgiving"
  • Musical guest D-Nice closes the show



EPISODE 11
  • "Three Champs and a Little Lady"
  • "The Newlywed Game"
  • "The Good Behavior Variety Hour"
  • "Handi Man: The Justice Legion of America"
  • Musical guest Nikki D closes the show



EPISODE 12
  • "Afro-phone"
  • "Vera De Milo: Veracosa, Mistress of Destruction"
  • "Cephus & Reesie: The Christmas Album"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble at the Museum"
  • "Homey D. Clown: Homey Claus"
  • Infamous 25th episode cake incident, where David Alan Grier runs his finger through the cake and is subsequently caught and dumped, fanny-first, on top of the adulterated cake.



EPISODE 13
  • "The Brothers Brothers: Tom and Tom for the Arizona Tourism Commission"
  • "Johnny Abdul—Saudi-Rock Star"
  • "The Last Orphan"
  • "Velma Mullholland"
  • "B.S. Brothers: Funky Finger Productions"
  • "The Head Detective"
  • Musical guest Rich Nice closes the show



EPISODE 14
  • Carla Garrido joins the Fly Girls
  • "Mr Squeegee"
  • "B.S. Brothers: Big Break"
  • "Fashion Tampons"
  • "Fire Marshall Bill"
  • "Homey D. Clown: Home E. Cheese"



EPISODE 15
  • "Benita Butrell: Block Captain"
  • "Vanilla Ice - White White Baby" (cut from DVD)
  • "Al Macafee, Prom Chaperone"
  • "Oswald Meets the Parole Board"
  • "My Dark Conscience"
  • "Fruit of the Loom Boxers"



EPISODE 16
  • "Ejector Bed"
  • "Frenchie at a Bachelor Party"
  • "Lonny Parker, Attorney at Law"
  • "Les and Wes: Twin Stars"
  • "Anton in the Burbs"
  • Musical guest Leaders of the New School close the show



EPISODE 17
  • "Prison Cable Network's Win Lose. or Draw"
  • "Milk Commercial"
  • "Pentagon Briefing"
  • "Calhoun Tubbs on the Campaign Trail"
  • "The Great Sperm Bank Robbery"
  • "Andrea Dice Clay on Love Connection"



EPISODE 18
  • "The Brothers Brothers: Tom and Tom at the Country Club"
  • "Oprah PSA"
  • "End Zone Choreographer"
  • "Lil' Magic: The Government Cheese"
  • "Fire Marshall Bill: Classroom Safety"
  • Musical guest Another Bad Creation closes the show.



EPISODE 19
  • "David Alan Grier's Tribute to Broadway"
  • "Velma II"
  • "Cephus & Reesie: Last Request"
  • "`'Do You Feel Lucky?`' Promo"
  • "The 595 Club"
  • "Vera DeMilo: Pretty Buffed Woman" (spoof of Pretty Woman)
  • Musical guest KRS-One closes the show



EPISODE 20
  • "B.S. Brothers & Sistas"
  • "Summer's Dawn"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble Runs Away"
  • "The Superfly"
  • "Snackin' Shack: The New Waitress"
  • Musical guest 2 Four 2 closes the show.



EPISODE 21
  • "Anton Volunteers", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 2)
  • "Fashion Tampons", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 14)
  • "Spike's Joint", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 3)
  • "I Won't Drift Away", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 5)
  • "Ejector Bed", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 16)
  • "Head Detective", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 13)
  • "Men on Film", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 1)



EPISODE 22
  • "Detecive Head Goes Bowling", featuring Ellen Cleqhome.
  • "Handi Man's Evil Twin"
  • "The Arsenio Hall of Justice"
  • Public Enemy and Ice Cube close the show



EPISODE 23
  • "Three Champs and a Little Lady" (repeat from Season 2, Episode 11)
  • "Black Like You" (repeat from Season 2, Episode 5)
  • "New Ambassador" (repeat from Season 1, Episode 5)
  • "Mo' Money with Whiz and Ice" (repeat from Season 1, Episode 9)
  • Musical guest The Afros close the show



EPISODE 24
(Season Finale)
  • "Lil' Magic: The Audition"
  • "Oprah's Restaurant", featuring Ellen Cleqhome.
  • "Homey D. Clown: Homey the Sellout" (ends with cliffhanger that concludes Season 3, Episode 1, 22 September 1991)
  • "Men on Television" (ends with cliffhanger that concludes Season 3, Episode 1, 22 September 1991



EPISODE 25
  • "Dickie Peterson: Secret Service"
  • "A New 911 Message Service"
  • "Frenchie at the Opera"
  • "Clear Conscience Fur Farm and Outlet Store"
  • "Velma Mulholland Sings"
  • "Visiting Day for Oswald"



EPISODE 26
  • "Amazing Grace—Rocky VI", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 9)
  • "Vera DeMilo: Veracosa, Mistress of Destruction", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 12)
  • "Mudhead's Funeral", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 1)
  • "Men on Vacation", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 9)
  • "Homey D. Clown: When Homey Met Sally", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 2)