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Digam11
2011-07-30, 06:18 AM
Just got this off Facebook .... There will be a 40 min show on Mickey Hart , "Innovators In Music: Mickey Hart" on the Docunentary Channel on Sat., Aug 6 at 9pm EST. Here is a link and paste of the description of the show. We don`t get the Docu Channel here so if anyone could grab it and upload it here I`m sure there would be alot of interest in it. Thanks


http://www.documentarychannel.com/movie.php?currID=9684&t=Innovators-in-Music:-Mickey-Hart

Alongside his work of nearly 30 years as a drummer with iconic rock band the Grateful Dead, MICKEY HART has flourished as a solo artist, painter, bandleader and the author of several books. His lifelong interest in ethnomusicology, along with his travels and love of all things percussion have led him to amass a remarkable collection of instruments, and to collaborate with musical masters the world over.

Hart became interested in percussion as a grade-school student. Nigerian drummer Babatunde Olatunji performed at schools around the country in the late 1950s and had the students try out the drums. Hart had been one of those students and he never forgot the experience. Olatunji later taught Hart and collaborated with Hart and the Grateful Dead on a regular basis.

INNOVATORS IN MUSIC was fortunate to spend the better part of two days at Mickey's home and studio in a remote area of northern California. Mr. Hart generously shares his thoughts about music, art, space, vibrations, percussion, the Big Bang, the Grateful Dead, and the impromptu miracle of true collaborative improvisation.

He gives us a tour of his painting studio, expounds on the benefits of growing Japanese Bonsai trees, and reveals the secret foraging methods that led to his discovery of a spectacular set of petrified Redwood Deadwood. We also see his recording studio, home to the world's largest private collection of drums.

Listen and watch as Mickey is joined by Indian tabla master Zakir Hussein and Nigerian talking drum guru Sikiru Adepoju for an exclusive session of music recorded for INNOVATORS!

vladsmythe
2011-08-01, 01:16 PM
Thanks for the heads-up. Now if I can figure out my whacky cable selection.....

I'll upload this one soon: INVENTIONS w/Mickey Hart 1990

AAR.oner
2011-08-01, 02:05 PM
pretty sure the Doc channel is only available on either DirecTV or Dish Network satellite services...just a fwiw

Digam11
2011-08-04, 07:16 AM
Thanks for the heads-up. Now if I can figure out my whacky cable selection.....

I'll upload this one soon: INVENTIONS w/Mickey Hart 1990

That would be great .... thanks:thumbsup

Digam11
2011-08-04, 07:16 AM
Anybody , somebody ..... no has this channel ?

Chicos Bail Bonds
2011-08-04, 08:48 AM
well I have that channel but have no way to transfer this from my dvr to the pc


the Levon Helm episode before that one looks good as well
http://www.documentarychannel.com/movie.php?currID=9682&t=Innovators-in-Music:-Levon-Helm

vladsmythe
2011-08-04, 09:55 AM
Anybody , somebody ..... no has this channel ?

Although we do not aLLow the torrenting of "TV shows" (TV shows are copywrited) at Lossless Legs, I'm sure an intrepid member at "The Kind Tracker" would help you out, and venture off the mother ship to upload it here. Try posting a new thread at LL with your request.
Good luck! :thumbsup

schmoe75
2011-08-04, 01:25 PM
I'm sure an intrepid member at "The Kind Tracker" would help you out, and venture off the mother ship to upload it here.
:lol:
Although we do not aLLow the torrenting of "TV shows" (TV shows are copywrited) at Lossless Legs, except when uploaded by staff or anyone NOT named vlad.
:thumbsup

AAR.oner
2011-08-04, 03:20 PM
Although we do not aLLow the torrenting of "TV shows" (TV shows are copywrited)

everything broadcast on television is copyrighted

jabulon
2011-08-05, 07:37 AM
well I have that channel but have no way to transfer this from my dvr to the pc

If your DVR has infrared, bluetooth or USB you could try the following method (using AVS Videoconverter). See http://www.soft29.com/dvr_to_pc_computer.html

You can also find a lot of info here (if your interested in this subject): http://www.videohelp.com/

p.s. If you really want to do this may be the easiest way would be to borrow a standalone DVD-recorder from someone you know and hook that up to your dvr.

Digam11
2011-08-06, 09:03 AM
Although we do not aLLow the torrenting of "TV shows" (TV shows are copywrited) at Lossless Legs, I'm sure an intrepid member at "The Kind Tracker" would help you out, and venture off the mother ship to upload it here. Try posting a new thread at LL with your request.
Good luck! :thumbsup

I was told that when I asked about it at LL and replied that if anyone could grab it I could do an old fashioned trade for it.

Saw the trailer on Youtube from inside Mickey's studio, etc .... would just love to see this program ... the hunt continues

vladsmythe
2011-08-07, 03:12 PM
I stand corrected....LL does indeed aLLow copyrighted TV Broadcast videos.