Music, and the Birth of a Scene
In a small club
in New Haven, CT, a revival of sorts is occurring. The
of the 1960's Beatnik scene -- poetry, original music, percussion, a
dimly-lit pub, a vibrant arts community, free spirits and a casual
mood, and numerous
diverse performers -- is in place. Some are reliving what once was...
experiencing it for the first time.
300 Mondays is an independent film produced by Reflection
documenting the Beatnik music scene at Cafe Nine in New Haven. It is a
compilation of approximately 15 New Haven musicians and poets mingled
with interviews of some of the performers, managers, business types,
records the fascinating story of over 7 years of Monday night
performances in a
row through interviews with Edward Leonard (Beatnik Night founder) and
other musicians. Many of the performances from the 300th Beatnik night
occurring on 2-17-06 were filmed for this documentary. Poets, solo
rappers, country artists, singer/songwriters, and numerous other genres
performers were added alongside the interviews of individuals involved
even more info, including a
downloadable montage, go here:
300 Mondays - Beatniks, Music,
Birth of a Scene DVD
by: Reflection Productions is
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