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Ken Regan’s Rock & Roll Life

Produced by Stephen Menick. Edited by John Prete. Voiced by Craig Sechler.

people – Tasya van Ree

writer, photographer, painter and stylish girl

Tasya’s website

Dave Mustaine on Bucharest

If we are talking about Megadeth concert.. let’s see interview with Mustaine

Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman remembered by Heavy Rock Elite

James Hetfield Talks the Art of Cars

evening (almost) without internet

Yesterday evening after watching interview with Stanley Greene -> check Vogue website I spent some time checking his two photography books I have. One is Black Passport (where you can find that Metallica photo from this post) and other one is Open Wound (book with photo of the tank)… those photographs are just perfect…and so honest…

and interview… it’s really worth to check…

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© Aga Luczakowska

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Judas Priest – Epitaph trailer

Judas Priest – Epitaph trailer (with interviews)

movie – Heavy Metal, Louder Than Life

Some good documentary movie to check out – Heavy Metal, Lauder Than Life

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Influential photographers – Antonin Kratochvil

Antonin Kratochvil

(not so short bio from his website)

Antonin is a founder of the VII photo agency.

As photojournalists go, Antonin Kratochvil has sunk his teeth into his fair share of upheaval and human catastrophes whilst going about his documentation of the time in which he lives. As people go, Kratochvil’s own refugee life has been much in the way the same as what he has rendered on film. Kratochvil’s unique style of photography is the product of personal experience, intimate conditioning and not privileged voyeurism. Over the years his fluid and unconventional work has been sought by numerous publications stretching across widely differing interests. From shooting Mongolia’s street children for the magazine published by the Museum of Natural History to a portrait session with David Bowie for Detour, from covering the war in Iraq for Fortune Magazine to shooting Deborah Harry for a national advertising campaign for the American Civil Liberties Union, Kratochvil’s ability to see through and into his subjects and show immutable truth has made his pictures not facsimiles but uncensored visions. And yet, what set his kind apart from the many is his consistency and struggle to carry on.

For Kratochvil this fact comes in the form of his numerous awards, grants and honorable mentions dating back to 1975. The latest of these are his two, first place prizes at the 2002 World Press Photo Awards in the categories of general news and nature and the environment. The next is the 2004 grant from Aperture publishing for Kratochvil’s study on the fractious relationship between American civil liberties and the newly formed Homeland Security since the World Trade Center bombings. In addition, Kratochvil’s fifth book Vanishing was presented in April 2005 and marks another significant milestone for the craft to which he belongs. Vanishing represents a collection of natural and human phenomena that on the verge of extinction. What makes this book so innovative is the twenty years it has taken to produce, making it not only historical from the onset, but a labor of love and a commitment to one man’s conscience.

Here is short interview made by Canon



There is also some very good interview about his life and photography http://www.radio.cz/

and finally probably something most interesting…

….Antonin’s story on Metallica  and Motley Crue

One more video “Making off” Ray Ban

Pep Bonet’s multimedia piece on Motorhead

“I admired these people before I met them,” says Bonet in the clip, “and I can say I admire them more now because I’ve seen the reality of the best rock & roll band in the world.”



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