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THREE KEY SOUND >> LATEST FILMS >> 2010
Studio interview with 3 Key Sound in their squatted house, New Cross, 1997; about the history of South East London, slavery and microserfdom & fighting back - Lewisham 1977 Anti-Nazi/police Riot footage, and Franco Rosso’s film Babylon - all with original music by Three Key Sound.
CRAZY CRY - Song recorded with Grant 'Showbiz' Cunliffe when we were young punks and he was in a Notting Hill squat with a 2" 8-track studio in the basement. Written/ performed by the Ded-I's - Tyrone Thomas (vocals/guitar) John Heathcote (guitar/backing vocals) and Tom Scott (saxophone) who later all played with the Three Key Sound.

Check out the new animation from VJ flickeringlight, he has done another CGI with one of our tunes. Check it out here - it uses one of our early tunes with Tony Hippolyte on vocals, 'Gone' , from our UNLOCKED CD available from peoplesound . Previous animation here.

Animation using Grace and Jones original figures by Grafikmurkser and original music by 3 Key Sound

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BLACK SUN - Track by Three Key Sound, recorded with Guy McAffer (Geezer); the video uses clips from Adam Curtis films Power of Nightmares and Century of the Self, vocal samples include Peter Finch (Network), Norman Mailer and Fil Walters (BTTP). It's about the state of tension that our political masters induce; along with dreams of unbridled consumption; and the militaristic and economic destruction of environment and peoples . . .
   
GOOGLE VIDEO - direct stream . . . CLICK HERE
The music is an original track by the Three Key Sound (Heathcote/ Baines/ MacMathuna), recorded at Punishment Farm studio in Deptford with Bevan Burke, and originally due for release by BMG. Film of part of the original light-show by Fisheye Films which used to be projected onto the back walls of venues when the 3KS were playing live; it was semi-automated, on a series of slide-projectors controlled by an ancient computer called the Eagle.
   
NEW VIDEO TRACK FROM 3KS ON YouTube - V4V - Check it out!!!! Also on Google Video - CHECK IT HERE !!!
   

BAD BOY STYLE (1991) Trip-hop original from 1991; roots, riots and urban warfare; dollar versus the poor, Three Key Sound (Hippolyte, Heathcote, Baines) filmed by Fisheye Film. ___On GOOGLE VIDEO here . . .

or_____ DIRECT CONNECTION >> YouTube ____BAD BOY STYLE _3KEYSOUND / 1991

COSMONAUT (1992) Three Key Sound track recorded with Grant Showbiz (producer with The Fall, Smiths etc) on the first day of the first Gulf War. About inner & outer space, Cold Wars and dollars, lows and highs. On GOOGLE VIDEO here

or _____DIRECT CONNECTION >> >>You Tube COSMONAUT __3KEYSOUND / 1992

AND FROM OUR COMRADES ON FIBA-FILMBANK.ORG . . .

     
Mumia Abu-Jamal was a young journalist for the Black Panthers in the late '60s. Twenty years later in Philadelphia he was blamed for the murder of a Police officer on dubious grounds and committed to Death Row. The one and only, last, full interview from Mumia Abu-Jamal on Death Row was made in 1997 by the fiba team. The producer, George Solomos knew Mumia through his links with the MOVE. The interview was by Allen Hougland, film assembled and edited by Tom Filmyer. Mumia continues to be a voice for the oppressed although still imprisoned. Justice Denied is the documentary that tells the whole story. More at http://www.fiba-filmbank.org/ and at http://www.freemumia.org/
 

A trailer for the feature film NATIKA written and directed by left-bank poet, publisher and filmmaker George P. Solomos in Rome, 1963. It starred John Drew Barrymore and an unknown actress called Maureen Gavin. The theme song is written by George Solomos with score by Fiorenzio Carpi, directed by Bruno Nicolai. A lost classic. For more information check out his story here and also visit George’s website @ fiba-filmbank.org ________________________

ALSO ON GOOGLE VIDEO

A short film made of John Lennon and Yoko Ono when they first got together in 1968 - a copy of which was given to their friend George P. Solomos for having entered their first films (SMILE and TWO VIRGINS) at the 2nd International Film Festival in Chicago (October 1968). Unique footage, taken at Ringo Star's house where John & Yoko first lived together - because his flat in London became unusable when John was 'busted' for cannabis before he met Yoko.___________ALSO ON YouTube

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