V/A feat. Cibo Matto – Free Tibet (DVD, US)

29 August 2000 Palm Pictures PALMDVD 3020-2
01. Opening Credits
02. Tibetan Culture
03. Save A Nation
04. Ongoing Torture
05. Foo Fighters
06. De La Soul
07. Fugees
08. Beastie Boys
09. John Lee Hooker
10. Cibo Matto – Birthday Cake
11. Pavement
12. The Smashing Pumpkins
13. Biz Markie
14. Sonic Youth
15. A Tribe Called Quest
16. Rage Against The Machine
17. Bjork
18. Signal of Gratitude
V/A feat. Cibo Matto - Free Tibet (DVD, US) - Cover
VIEW:
NOTES:
Feature length documentary in regular DVD case with insert, originally released as a video cassette in card sleeve.

The documentary features footage from the June 1996 concert. Russell Simins is featured on the cover and appears in the movie. First very briefly (3m 12s), later performing Birthday Cake with Cibo Matto (46m 12s) and a third time back stage with Sean Lennon (58m 57s).

Even though The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion didn’t perform at this particular event an image of Jon Spencer is on the cover. The band did perform at the 1997 concert and were included on the Tibetan Freedom Concert album along with Cibo Matto.

Cibo Matto released Birthday Cake as a 7″ and CD single.

SONG CREDITS:
Beck – One Foot In The Grave
courtesy of Geffen/DGC Records
Writer: Beck Hansen
Courtesy of BMG Music Publishing

Foo Fighters – This Is A Call
courtesy of Capitol Records
Writer: Dave Grohl
courtesy of M.J. Twelve/EMI Virgin Songs

Buddy Guy – Damn Right I’ve Got The Blues
courtesy of Silvertone Records
Writer: Buddy GUy
courtesy of Mic-Shau/Zomba Enterpirses Inc.

John Lee Hooker – Crawlin’ Kingsnake
courtesy of Pointblank/Virgin Records
Writer: J.L. Hooker and B. Besman
courtesy of La Cienega Music Co.

De La Soul – Diggin’ The Sound
featuring the song ‘Breakadawn’ by De La Souol
Writers: K. Mercer, D. Jolicouer, V. Mason, P. Houston, S. Wonder, S. Green, W. Robinson, R. Jones
contains replayed samples from ‘I Can’t Help It’
written by S. Wonder, S. Green
courtesy of Jobete Music co., Black Bull Music, Stone Diamond Music Corp.
and ‘Quiet Storm’
written by W. Robinson courtesy of Jobete Music Co.
and ‘Song And Dance’
Written by R. Jones
published by Tee Girl Music/Daisy Age/Prinse Paul Music
administered by MCA Music

Fugees – Fu-Gee-La
courtesy of Columbia/Ruff House Records
Writers: R. S. Gibbs, T. Marie, A. McGrier, S. Michel, L. Hill, N. Jean
courtesy of Sony ATV Tunes
contains a replayed sample from
‘Ohh La La La’
written by T. Marie, A McGrier
courtesy of McNella Music/Midnight Music/EMI April Music

Beastie Boys – Sabotage
courtesy of Grand Royal/Capitol Records
Writers: Beastie Boys
courtesy of Brooklyn Dust Music, Polygram Publishing

Cibo Matto – Birthday Cake
courtesy of Warner Brothers Records
Writers: M. Hatori, Y. Honda
courtesy of Cibo Matto/Soul Urchin Music

Smashing Pumpkins – BUllet With Butterfly Wings
courtesy of Virgin Records
Writer: B. Corgan
courtesy of Cinderful Music/Chrysalis Songs

Pavement – No More Kings
courtesy of Matador Records
Writer: K. Ahrent
courtesy of American Broadcasting Music

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Give It Away
courtesy of Warner Brothers Records
Writers: A. Kiedis, M. Balzay, C. Smith
courtesy of Moebetoblame/EMI Blackwood Music

Biz Markie – Go Biz Mark
courtesy of Biz Markie

The Skatelites – The Guns Of Navarone
courtesy of Shanachie Records
Writers: Dimitri Tiomkin and Paul Francis Webster
courtesy of Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co.

Beck – Asshole
courtesy of Geffen/DGC Records
Writer: Beck Hansen
courtesy of BMG Music Publishing

Tribe Called Quest – Check The Rhime
courtesy of Jive Records
Writers: K. Fareed, A. Muhammad, M. Taylor
courtesy of Zomba Enterprises Inc./Jazz Merchant Music/Zomba Enterprises
featuring samples from ‘Love Your Life’
written by H. Steward, A. Garrie, O. McIntyre, S. Ferrone, M. Duncan, R. Ball
courtesy of Joe’s Songs/Fran Am Publishing
and ‘This Love I Have’
Written by R. Rudolph, M. Ripperton and L. Ware
courtesy of Embassy Music Corp.

Lou Reed – Walk On The Wild Side
courtesy of Screen Gems-EMI Music
as featured in ‘Can I Kick It?’
performed by A Tribe Called Quest
courtesy of Jive Records
written by K. Fareed, A. Muhammad, M. Taylor

Rage Against The Machine – Bulls On Parade
courtesy of Epic Records
Writers: Rage Against The Machine
courtesy of Sony/ATV Publishing

Bjork – Hyper-ballad
courtesy of Elektra Records
by arrangement with Warner Special Products
and One Little Indian Records
Writers: B. Gudmundsdttir, G. Massy
courtesy of Famous Music

Sonic Youth – Bull In The Heather
courtesy of Geffen/DGC Records
Writers: K. Gordon, T. Moore, L. Renaldo, S. Shelley
courtesy of
Sonik Tooth/Zomba Enterprises Inc.

Smashing Pumpkins – Silverfuck
courtesy of Virgin Records
Writer: B. Corgan
courtesy of Cinderful Music/Chrysalis Songs

SLEEVE NOTES / INFORMATION:
Director: Sarah Pirozek
Creative Director: Nathaniel Hornblower
Supervising Editor: Paula Hereida Suarez
Creative Consultant: Paula Hereida Suarez
Editor: Robert Nassau
Supervising Producer: Maria Ma
Executive Producers: Jay Faires and Adam Yauch
Co-Executive Producer: John Sloss
Chief Purser: Andrew Bryson
Associate Producers: Christopher Covert and Laura Poitras
Supervising Sound Editor: Stuart Stanley
Music Editor: Jacob Ribicoff
Re-recording Mixer: Mel Zelniker
San Francisco: Cinematography
Lance Accord, Art Adams, Cyrus Amini, Morgan Barnard, Evan Barnard, Roman Coppola, Tashi Dhondup, Jonathan Hoare, Tracy Hoare, Jarid Johnson, Spike Jonze, Kurt Wolf Langer, Ed McGinty, Tom Piozet, Ricky Powell.
A Dame Work Production, Production Manager: John Hancock
San Francisco: Field Producer: Steve Paine
Sound Recording: Michelle Delorimier, Jay Farrington, Anton Herbert, Sue Piozet, Doug Sjostrom
1st Assistant Camera: Bruce Miller
2nd Assistant Camera: Katherine Kim and John Turk
Production Assistants: Heather Benson, Sean Lawhon, Sienna McLean, Elizabeth Ross, Robert Tachoires, Hughie Thompson
Production Coordinator: Kurt Wolf Langer
Still Photography: Danny Clinch, Jonathan Hoare, Stephane Sednaoui, Pete Spear, Aaron Terry

New York
Producer: Elizabeth Spinza
Cinematography: Peter Agliata, Sarah Pirozek, Paula Heredia
Art Director: Hillary Snyder
Sound Recording: Calib Heineman
On-Line Editors: Brad Rothberg and Peter Heady
Title Designer: Julie Hirschfeld
1st Assistant Camera: Arthur Ellis
Production Assistants: Rolando Colon and Tim Sheehy
Assistant Editors: Laura Poitras and Adriana Pacheco
Assistant Sound Editors: Missy Cohen and V. Renee Taylor
Assistant On-Line Editors: Rich Abraham and George Bunce
Assistant Negative Matching: Caroline Rabinovitch
Assistant to the Director: Hang Pham
Post-Production Supervision: Mamboreta, Inc.
Negative Matching: Noelle Penraat, Inc.
Mixing Facilities: Sound One
On-Line Facilities: LRP, The Tape House
Dolby Surround

India & Nepal
Segment Director & Camera: Morgan Harris
Peon: Erin Potts
Universal Leader: Sma Chapin
Fencing Coach: Sir Stewart Wallace

Concert
Producer & Organizer: Milarepa Fund
Live Producers: Gregg W. Perloff, Peter Barsotti, Lee A. Smith, Bill Graham Presents. City Liason: Bob Barsotti
Pagent King: Robert Bennett
Production Manager: Jeff Mason
Legal Clearances: Ken Anderson, Esq. and Ken Florin, Esq.
Music Clearances: Christopher Covert

COVER: “DVD Video, 100,000, 20 Bands, 1 Goal, Free Tibet, The Motion Pictutre, Featuring: A Tribe Called Quest, Beastie Boys, Beck, Bjork, Foo Fighters, The Fugees, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker and More!” BOOKLET COVER: “DVD Video, 100,000, 20 Bands, 1 Goal, Free Tibet, The Motion Pictutre, Featuring: A Tribe Called Quest, Beastie Boys, Beck, Bjork, Foo Fighters, The Fugees, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker and More!. “This is an incredible film. I cried at three different points during it.” Michael Stipe, R.E.M.”

INSIDE BOOKLET: “Free Tibet, To all the tibetans who struggle for freedom every day. [Chapter list].

The Milarepa Fund
In May of 1994, the Milarepa Fund was officially launched. The Beastie Boys created Milarepa with royalty money from two songs from their fourth LP “Ill Communication.” Milarepa began as a foundation through which the Beastie Boys could give grants and support the cause, and soon became a fully operational organization setting up events like the Tibetan Freedom Concerts.

Membership: The Right Choice

Any successful grassroots movement starts with a group of dedicated people working together with synchronized watches and easy-to-read blueprints for action. In order to provide our amazing group of supporters with a better system of operation, Milarepa became a membership organization. Through membership, we have organized ourselves into a well-oiled machine, ready to meet Dr. Evil head on.

Our members receive a Milarepa ID card, action alerts, bumper stickers, our bi-annual zine, email updates and early notice of events. Following the lead of such prestigious organizations as the Free Masons, the Benevolent Order of Elks and the KISS ARMY, we hope that our “Yak LOdge” will give members the skills and connections necessary to be the power brokers of the next century.

YOU CAN HELP FREE TIBET. JOIN US. www.milarepa.org – 1-888-MILAREPA

STUDENTS FOR A FREE TIBET

Students for a Free Tibet is a worldwide network of student-run chapters dedicated to educating people about the situation in Tibet and to turning awreness into action.

When we have thousands of students at hundreds of chapters in dozens of countries unified around specific tactics on planned dates, we have a powerful force for change that cannot be ignored or swept aside! When we have letters, faxes, emails and phone calls flooding the offices and homes of the powers that be, when they read about our efforts in the papers and see us on the news week after week, and when their entranceways are clogged with students who are committed to nonviolent civil disobedience…the situation will start to change no only in Tibet, but around the world. Believe it!

CONTACT US TODAY AND FIND OUT HOW TO GET INVOLVED!

Students for a Free Tibet
545 Eighth Avenue, 23rd Floor
New York, New York 10018
USA

1-88-738-4238
1-212-594-5898

email: sft@igc.org www.tibet.org/sft”

DISC: “Free Tibet, Dolby Digital, PALMDVD 3020-2, DVD Video, Palm Pictures, © 1998 The Shooting Gallery, Inc, DVD and packaging © 2000 Palm Pictures LLC. All rights reserved. Manufactured and marketed by Palm Pictures under exclusive license. Printed and manufactured in the USA. Palm Pictures LLC, 4 Columbus Circle, 5th Floor, NY, NY 10019.
www.palmpictures.com and www.sputnik7.com”

REAR: “”This is an incredible film. I cried at three different points during it.” Michael Stipe, R.E.M.”

Free Tibet is a documentary film of the first Tibetan Freedom Concert and features performances by 20 bands united by a common cause. Free Tibet also includes backstage footage and commentaries by performers and audience members, and provides background on the history of Tibet and the significance of the nonviolent struggle of the Tibetan people against oppression and persecution.

Includes live performances by:
Beastie Boys – Beck – Bjork – Foo Fighters – Fugees – John Lee Hooker – Pavement – Sonic Youth – A Tribe Called Quest – Rage Against The Machine – Red Hot Chili Peppers – Smashing Pumpkins
And Others

Features:
*Two Audio Mixes:
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
and Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo

*Bonus Beastie Boys live video; “Root Down”, Tibetan Freedom Concert, NYC

*Audio commentary track by Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys, director Spike Jonze (Being John Malkovich), and Evan Bernard.

DVD produced by Patrick Anding – Executive DVD Producer: David Beal – DVD Project Manager: Tom Leone – DVD Menu Design: Alex Rodriguez – 5.1 Surround Sound Mastering: Sound One Corp – DVD Authoring & Compression: Crush Digital.
Special Thanks to Adam Yauch, Spike Jonze and Evan Bernard.

THIS MOVIE IS DEDICATED TO ALL THE TIBETANS INSIDE
AND OUTSIDE TIBET WHO STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM EVERY DAY

The Shooting Gallery presents a Milarepa Fund production in associating with Mammouth Pictures Free Tibet
Supervising Editor: Paul Heredia, Cinematographers Include: Evan Bernard, Roman Coppola and Spike Jonze. Associate Producers: Christopher Covert and Laura Poitras. Supervising Producer: Maria Ma
Co-Executive Producer: John Sloss. Executive Producers: Jay Faires and Adam Yauch. Produced by The Milarepa Fund. Creative Director: Nathaniel Hornblower. Directed by Sarah Pirozek.

Select performances featured on the Grand Royal/Capitol album Tibetan Freedom Concert

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© 1998 The Shooting Gallery, Inc, DVD and packaging © 2000 Palm Pictures LLC. All rights reserved. Manufactured and marketed by Palm Pictures under exclusive license. WARNING FOR PRIVATE USE ONLY. UNAUTHORIZED COPYING, HIRING, LENDING OR PUBLIC PERFORMANCE OF THIS DVD IS ILLEGAL AND SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL PROSECUTUION. Printed and manufactured in the USA. Palm Pictures LLC, 4 Columbus Circle, 5th Floor, NY, NY 10019. Music/1998/88 mins/color/5.1 Surround & Stereo/Full Frame”

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BARCODE: 6 60200 30202 3

MATRIX: “MARKETED by WAMO MP 3020.1.A VB01 IFPI L907”

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