[JPL] Documentary: Before the Music Dies

Jackson, Bobby Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Tue Aug 15 12:02:33 EDT 2006

Hi Garrett,

That documentary is very good!  I saw it at the Cleveland International Film Festival earlier this year.  Erykah Badu and Branford were exceptional!  The film is a must see for everyone and anyone who loves music and is concerned about where the music industry is headed.  Many left the auditorium not only enlightened, but saddened and bewildered about what is happening with the music industry and radio today.  There was a panel discussion with the director and producer of the film afterwards.  

To learn more go to this website. 


Bobby Jackson

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This documentary looks like it could be interesting.  Branford and trumpeter
Ephraim Owens (Austin, TX based, I think) are two of the featured artists
along with ?uestlove, Erykah Badu, Dave Matthews, etc.  
Garrett Shelton
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