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Ancient History Hunters, Vol. 1 (Original Soundtrack)

by Various Artists

An eclectic mix of of instrumental soundtrack music and World Music vocal songs with elements of jazz, hip hop and Native American.
Genre: World: Native American
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Remember the Future (feat. Mia Rebel, Molinea Maria, Bikbaye Inejnema, Aaron D. Spears, Corey Wilkes, André Lassalle, Vincent Wilburn Jr. & Frank Russell)
Diasporic Progeny & Robert Irving III
5:04 $1.99
2. Things of Nature (Interlude)
Robert Irving III
1:41 $0.99
3. Calling Keeper of the Stars (Remix)
Terri Rivera
5:10 $0.99
4. Nature of Things (Interlude)
Robert Irving III
1:19 $0.99
5. Get Free (Remix) [feat. Tammie Lee]
3:49 $0.99
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Album Notes
“I Remember The Future,” composed and performed by Robert Irving III, Bikbaye Inejnema and Aaron D. Spears as part of the self-contained band collective, Diasporic Progeny, is the theme song for the documentary film series, “Ancient History Hunters” created by Filmmaker, Diane Blackmon-Bailey. She developed the concept after several years of writing and researching a series of hidden-history articles published through EURweb and other national and global media publishers. The track is being released as a lead single on the Sonic Portraits Jazz label in advance of the documentary.

Five-time Grammy Award nominated producer Robert Irving III, who collaborated for nine-years with the legendary Miles Davis, composed and produced the music and lyrical concept (inspired by Ms. Blackmon’s work). The spoken-word themes and verses were created and performed by international cultural activist/teacher Bikbaye Inejnema and actor, Aaron D. Spears who plays the role of Justin Barber on the Bold and Beautiful television series and snuggles up with Oprah Winfrey on GREENLEAF. The featured vocalists are Mia Rebel (heard singing the chorus) who composed, produced and performed music for the Universal Pictures film Empire and Molinea Maria (featured on lead vocals), who is a Chicago based singer/actress popular with big-band leaders for her ability to transverse Jazz, Rock, Pop. R&B, Blues, Gospel and World Music styles with a strong, distinctive sound. She is equally comfortable in black dramatic and musical theater roles. She, Bikbaye and featured trumpet player, Corey Wilkes (Empire TV series regular) all worked together with Irving’s African Arts Ensemble that recorded the only album featuring authentic Medu Neter (hieroglyphic writing of ancient Egypt) language (of which Bikbaye is an expert and teacher).

Other musicians featured are drummer/percussionist Vince Wilburn Jr., the nephew of Miles Davis (leader of the Miles Electric Band the official alumni group), bassist Frank Russell who played with Freddy Hubbard and spent a decade touring with Ladysmith Black Mombanzo. Featured on guitar is André Lassalle, a New York based member of the Black Rock Coalition who played on the soundtrack of the Motion Picture “Street Smart,” which featured the trumpet of Miles Davis. He has collaborated with Buddy Guy, Vernon Reid and other greats.

“Get Free” with music by Rodger Gordon (Mephonics) featuring his cousin, Tammie Lee on vocals was selected for inclusion on the Ancient History Hunters documentary because of it’s eclectic use of world music elements in juxtaposition with classic hip hop sheen and its, thematic quality. It appears on the AHH soundtrack EP available on Sonic Portraits Jazz and is also the latest single from Mephonics' most recent self-titled project “Buck Rodge’s Revenge”. This funk-inspired release explores themes and sounds involving progressive concepts and freedom moving from now to the future.

Calling Keeper Of The Stars by Terri Rivera is a wonderfully authentic native American melody that, appropriately, brings it’s sacred pathos to the Ancient History Makers Documentary soundtrack. Terri Rivera, perhaps best known by her tribal name, Terri Sings with Ravens, is a singer songwriter, Curandera and One of the founders of Serpent Mound Spring Seed and Water Peace Summit. Terri A Rivera ancestral heritage is Apache, Pima, Aztec, Chilean, and Irish. She comes from a long line of healers.

As a singer/songwriter she was nominated for a Native American Music Award and came in runner-up in the John Lennon song writing contest.



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