Calm and beautiful Japanese Chinese music from the far east Credit goes to Derek & Brandon Fiechter
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It is very hard to find some music that relates to martial arts as well as represents the immense energy, power and has some actual cultural background. So I decided to do sth about that This was my first real attempt on mixing/editing audio btw. Although the overall mastering and mixing is ok there are some parts that didn't work out so well. I am sry for that. Over the past few yrs I became a lot more experienced in working with audio and I am currently thinking of remaking this set. This set includes all the top-notch Taiko-songs from NG's Audio Portal and is therefore cc-licensed. A complete songlist can be found at the end of the Video. I hope you enjoy it. Feel free to use it in your project but make sure to give credits to the artists: LogicalDefiance Deflektor Ludzix SourPuddle S3C Dj-Svenzo Uthandar Chinashima SeamlessR He Tian Heng
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UPDATE: A feature length karate film by and starring these people: Sister Sensei (1994) http://vimeo.com/samuraistudios/sistersensei Vintage 80's Rap Music Video about Training Karate MP3 AVAILABLE ON iTUNES: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-karate-rap-single/id501992568 KARAOKE VERSION: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-karate-rap-karaoke-single/id501993059 And ringtones available for iPhones Starring David Seeger and Holly Whitstock Seeger Directed by David Seeger Executive Producer Holly Whitstock Seeger Director of Photography John Jopson Choreography by Michael Scott Gregory Costume and Set Design by Paul Easton Edited by David Seeger Samurai - the Band Holly Seeger - Vocals David Seeger - Vocals Fred Schlesinger - Bassist David Pacht - Keyboards Michael Scott Gregory - Conga Dodie Petit - Lead Guitar Paul Mason - Drums Geishas: Barry K. Bernal, Sachi Shimizu & Chisa Hidaka Dancers: Michael Scott Gregory, Charlotte D'Amboise, Mary Ann Lamb, Valerie Wright, Jay Poindexter, Troy Myers & Nephi-Jay Wimmer Cameos: Suzy Jopson, Robert Scaglione, Judith Scaglione, Shane Scaglione, Efrem Seeger, Mindy Seeger, Stephen Weber & Billy Williams Asst. Directors Jeff Lee & Holly Whitstock Seeger Asst. Cameraman Ernest W. Jew Asst. Editors Stephen Weber & Michael Smith Line Producer Efrem Seeger 2nd Camera Unit Joey Forsyte Asst. Cameraman Gary Michelin 3rd Camera unit Robert D. Whitstock Colorist Jack Baierlein Lighting: Lloyd Goldfine, Robert D. Whitstock Production Manager: Silviana Rossi, Ilene Litvak Hair and Makeup: Candy Duke, Joanne DePrima, Barbara Owen, Clariness Alvarez Pyrotechnics by John Basile Model Maker Carol Way Technical Engineering: Al DePaul, Ron Waller Paintbox Graphics: Holly Whitstock Seeger, Tree O'Donnell Chyron: Jose C. Rodriguez Costumes Supplied by Paul Easton, The Antique Boutique & Miriam Wong Karate Students: Sean Caesar, Brian Caesar, David Baker, Eddie Garcia, Fred Schlesinger, Tina Schlesinger, Nir Zamir, Kim MacMillian, Susan O'Brian, George Gross, Michael Margolis, Robert Hodes, Suzanne Ahmadein, Jack Gescheidt, Gayle Berry, Nelson DeGarcia, Matt Smith, Thalia Rijos, Peter Van Westering, Maya Slepak, Jesse Weinrib, Kim Rosada, Doris Seiden, John D'Oita, Joseph Chong, Adam Trested, Joanne Williamson & John Hall Music Composed by Jim Todd, North Forty Prod. Recorded at Blank Tapes Inc., N.Y.C. Sound Engineer Bob Blank Shot on Location at Person to Person Karate 1986 Samurai Studios, Inc. Today Video, Inc.
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The first official soundtrack of Karate Do mobile game. Composer: Stefan Filipovic (contact: http://bit.ly/2BItTNo or email@example.com) All rights reserved ©Miracle Dojo ***SUBSCRIBE*** Follow us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/play_karatedo/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/karatedogame/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/karatedogame
A mash up of the Eminem song Till I collapse with the movie Fighter in the Wind, about the founder of Kyokushin Karate, Masutatsu "Mas" Oyama. This movie has one of the most badass training scenes in it so it's great motivation for all kinds of training: Boxing, MMA, Muay Thai, or just working out at the gym. I hope you enjoy it.