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Chuck D Interview




Flavour Flav - Shows some love for Jazz




Brian Hargrove (Hardgroove)






Mike Faulkner interview - Gospel without preaching




Khari Wynn interview - Free style




The Chuck D, Flavour Flav and Brian Hargrove interviews are part of the book/DVD project “Under your skin which will include: Anthony Braxton, Ornette Coleman, Cindy Blackman, Taj Mahal, Yusef Lateef, Bob James, Skip Mcdonald, Erika Stucky, Living Colour, Zap Mama, Terri Lyne Carrington, Dinosaur Jr, Dj Rob Swift, Marilyn Crispell, Dick Griffin, Billy Bang, Kahil El Zabaar, Michael Ricci - All About Jazz, Val-Inc, Chico Freeman, Lydia Lunch, Eddie Henderson, Jack Dejohnette, Yves Weyh - Zakarya, Fred Frith, Elliot Sharp, Bev Getz, Isaku Kageyama, Les Nubians, Billy Cobham, The Captain, Enzo Rocco, Vijay Iyer , Sam Rivers, Kronos Quartet, Bill Frisell, Ernst Bier, Lenny White, Napoleon Solo , Gary Lucas, Foday Musa Suso, Jalal Nurrin, Doug Hammond, Immamddin Khan - The Ustad Arba Music Group, Linda Clifford, Dj Mitsu, Jos Francisco Tapiz - Tomajazz, Yogini , Kenji Siratori, Roots Manuva, DJ Krust, Gail Anderson (ex Rolling stones mag ), Rebekah Jordan, Turntabalist Disk, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Monday Michiru, Kutmasta Kurt, Ebony Strings, Hank Roberts, Omar Sosa, Speech, Foetus, Kikuko,Dj Logic, Schoolly D, Sameh “SAZ" Zakout, The Last Poets, Bryn, Ophelia of the Spirits, Mekon, Morcheeba, Pamela Lynn, Lukelee, Vusi Mahlasela, Robert Logan, Ivor Guest, Rhonda Smith (Prince's new power generation) , Roy Nathanson, Poly Styrene, Mem Shannon, Joe Sample, Wu Fei, Marshall Allen (Sun Ra Arkestra) and many more.

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