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Where Was The Tribe?
Music seemed to be the artform dominating the Sundance Film Festival. I saw more musical acts perform this year than any other I’ve attended. DC Shoes, Skullcandy and Express presented A Tribe Called Quest featuring The Roots for a live performance at the World Famous HarryO’s in Park City, UT.
However, despite a first class ticket and hotel accommodations booked by director, Michael Rapaport, Q-Tip didn’t show and the gig never happened. Maybe it had something to do with his disapproval of Michael Rapaport’s Documentary, “Beats Ryhmes and Life”. The film compiles two and a half years of interview and backstage footage, during which the band broke up.
Photo by Michael Korbic
“Beats Ryhmes and Life” premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival in the Documentary Competition.
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