This time, my latest mashup & video is dedicated to the Pussy Riot, which performance was for me the best gig ever on this poor planet of sheeps and "politically correct" thinking artists of this dark 21st century…Please Vladimir Free them ! Show your sense of humour to the world ! Or at least be clever...Of course the main theme of the song was inspired by my best friend : God Himself - and I'd like to tell him: Thanks so much ! The chorus of the song "Stand on the World"sung by the great "joubert singers" is "that's how the good lord works!" which was really
inspiring for a clown like me! Furthermore this song was used in France in a commercial for Galaxy Samsung phone whom slogan was :" Designed for human" !!! Well impossible to resist to such a good opportunity for me.
Of course the way the good Lord works is not always what us humans are expecting from him (or her)! That's why I had to use in the video the good and the bad
side of his works ! Cecil B Demille really great scene of Moses opening the sea (and killing thousands of "Bad"
poor Egyptians!) was the first twisted idea that came into my pervert brain! Peter gabriel's song "Sledgehammer" worked so good
with the "Panoptikum Akestra Remix" from the Joubert's
song I've used for the mash, that for a while, I thought I
was blessed and that it was just victim of a miracle ! Well I love Peter Gabriel, and anyway he's got the nameof an angel isn't he? So I've used few angels in the video as well … As there's no videos of the Joubert singers
available in Europe (don't ask the F..why!) I had the idea to use my favorite rock movie ever "The blues brothers" famous church’s scene featuring James Brown as a priest to replace the band ! That also gave me the opportunity to use the two bros' and their dangerous Mother superior as a nice and fresh intro in the video...That was it ! I'll have the pleasure to present this video Mashup for the first time in Poland during the filmowe podlasie atakuje festival in Poland, of course you're all invited !Well hope you'll enjoy the mix; God bless you all…
Well for once , this is not a dance number ! It's the first Mashup video of that kind I made ; at the occasion of the Mashup film festival in Paris, I wanted to take a french chef d'oeuvre, and I focused on it ! Yes ,"Les disparus de saint Agil" was made in 1938 and is certainly a Chef d'oeuvre. Directed by Christian Jacques with Dialogues from Jacques Prévert, I did the music on this one, inspired by the movie, and wonderfuly accompanied by the fantastic piano player Henri Jégou. This piece will be part of a larger project dedicated to cinema. I've already composed 10 songs inspired by some movies that I consider as Master pieces, including some dialogues of them or interviews of great directors...So this is the first one. It's also a mashup considering that I've been workin with great voices ; The fantastic Michel Simon of course but also, Éric Von Stroheim, the evil Robert Le Vigan, and Mouloudji who was at the time a child ! For me it was a great experience to work on this film as , when i was a child (in the 60s!) this movie was played on the french TV each Year at Christmas ! Also it was done just before the war, and you can smell the anguish growin through the dialogues and the story so, I think this movie is still...Modern ! Last thing I must say for my non-french audience, cos' I did the effort to do the subtitles myself with a little help from my english neighbour Frances, whom I thank ; Martin was the common name for skelettons in french classrooms at the time...So Hello Martin !
Pheugoo's new video premiered on the MashUpTown TV! Check out the TV site or the player here for this amazing glitchy, poppy small movie! The mashup was a mega hit few weeks ago, now we are proudly present the video for you!! If you missed the mp3 here is a second chance :) Pheugoo: I was signed for loving you
Back to the future is the theme today. We posted the DJ Over-EZ track 'Thundertrain' back in August of 05 and we are going to post it again courtesy of VJ Brewski whose produced a video of the track. Props to both EZ and Brewski. Hadn't listened to this track for a while - forgot how well it works. Also a shout out to KK who brought to our attention that we had a few dead links that need to be brought back to life (this was one of them). You all have a great week.