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Meet the Fockers [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]
He is a recognised leader in the research on masculinities and music with publications including Masculinities and MusicMale Voices: Dr Helen Lancaster — Music Educator and Consultant, Brisbane Dr Helen Lancaster has an established background of leading cultural initiatives in regional and metropolitan settings.
With a significant research background in cultural policy, particularly in exploring arts leadership and the conservatorium culture, Helen has been Executive Manager and Research Fellow at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith UniversityPast chair of Music Australia and is an experienced cultural policy and higher education consultant and music educator.
Ian was Treasurer Music Australia where he created the successful music advocacy program Music. Play for Life and designed the Music: From — Jane conducted video conferencing professional development for Music: Jane is now working as a music educator and researcher. She has had successful careers as a teacher, Music consultant, Lecturer in Arts Education and managing the highly regarded Sydney Symphony Education Program.
Peter is founder of Cultural Infusionan internationally recognised organisation building intercultural contact and harmony through sustainable arts and engagement programs in communities and schools. Her recent research has focused on identity development, employability, graduate transition and creative labour markets, with a particular focus on the impact of identity development on higher education learning.
The video, which stars Taraji P. Henson, Bill Duke, Steve Harris and Wood Harris was incredible and even more reason to make this a full-fledged motion picture.
Eminem - 'Stan' https: Em's rhymes, combined with the audible pencil scribbles, spin a web of loneliness, despair, hopelessness and over-the-top fandom in a creative four-verse rollout that leaves listeners on the edge of their seats.
Slick Rick - 'Children's Story' https: Street-based realities and Ricky's infectious flow keep the listener tuned in to a life-lesson that's also become a blueprint for other storytellers in rap. Nas - 'Rewind' https: A lot of folks talk about "Memento" when this gets brought up and that's not so far off. It would be pretty dope to see Christopher Nolan take on this challenge.
Immortal Technique - 'You Never Know' https: Backed by Jean Grae's hypnotic and soothing chorus, the Harlem rapper delivered a love story that would make any Nicholas Sparks fan shed a few tears. Nas - 'Get Down' https: But all in all, it'd also be really cool to see Nas do some "Jet Lee sh-t" in the film. Murs - 'Walk Like A Man' https: The beats switch up as Murs lets it all out, pouring his saddened heart out on one of his most poignant and inspired tracks to date.
If you've ever lost a loved one to violence, this saga will certainly resonate with you. Atmosphere - 'The Waitress' https: But Slug's first person narration here is too strong to not want to see acted out. The ending gives this piece all the magic that would make any movie critic give the thumbs up.
Could you imagine a Cube-directed film based on the song? We could just get his son to play the starring role and this could be a summer classic. This isn't a traditional love song. Black Thought and Erykah Badu came together to basically write a romantic film that Woody Allen might want to work on. Eve's uncredited verse is icing on the cake, one with many layers. Organized Konfusion - 'Stray Bullets' https: In movie form, this might be more of a "Crash" type of motion picture as various stories are weaved in together to make a dramatic flick.
Plus, it'll urge to put your guns down.
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It's a relatable story that Slick tells so well with his debonair flair. Faith Evans - 'Love Is Blind' https: Eve turns things around on the perpetrator with a shocking twist at the end, making for one of her most heartfelt conceptual cuts ever.
Jay Z - 'Soon You'll Understand' https: Well, at least that's what Jigga's "Soon You'll Understand" will make you believe, thanks to Hov's proficient narration. Within three verses, Jay takes you through different scenes of a troublesome life of love, disappointment and prison. In the first, he's thought to be recreating a portion of "Scarface" so there's a cinematic tie-in already.
In the second, S. Dot battles with commitment issues.
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And in the third, he faces incarceration. The right director could connect these scenes for a powerful film. Beastie Boys - 'B-Boy Bouillabaisse' The track - which is longer than 12 minutes - might be the ideal song to give someone like Quentin Tarantino. He'd be able to chop this fable up, make it more intense and then tie up all the loose ends. And each bar unveils the lives of Derrick, Sally, their mother Pam and an abusive step-father Bo.
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In the end, it isn't just an creatively written - albeit gruesome and explicit - story. It's also one with a valuable takeaway. Movie goers might just be asking themselves the same thing after this track comes to life. Dessa - 'Mineshaft 2' https:YG - BPT (Instrumental) (ReProd by DJ SWISH)