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Raashan Ahmad - MC PROFESSION | Documentary by PascalVideoProduction

Uploaded By: Wil Wander . Added on: 19 December 2012.


Production : PascalVideoProduction (PVP)
Cooperation : Cabatino Music Production

Directed By - Michał Pawliszewski
Sound Mixer - Krzysztof Łabaz
Boom Operator - Krzysztof Łabaz
Montage, Editing & Artwork - Michał Pawliszewski
Video recording - Michał Pawliszewski
Translation - Adam Kabaciński, Marek Pędziwiatr

Music Track: Raashan Ahmad & Night Marks Electric Trio

Special Thanks For : Cabatinomusic

Electro Acoustic Beat Session
Marek Pędziwiatr - Keys / MC
Piotr Skorupski- Turntables
Marcin Rak - Drums
Adam Kabaciński - Bass
Jan Michalec - Trumpet
Wojciech Orszewski - Guitar

Night Marks Electric Trio:
Marek Pędziwiatr - Keys / Vocals
Adam Kabaciński - Bass sounds
Piotr Skorupski - Drums / Sampling

Show captured in Puzzle Club / Wrocław
Interview and studio part recorded in Cabatino Music Production Wrocław

Date and venue
28 / 29.10.2012 Wrocław / PUZZLE Club

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Wil Wander
Wow. This mini doc IS Elevated Rhymestate. I hope everyone takes the time to watch this!
1076 days ago

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