Deathbowl to Downtown

Deathbowl to Downtown
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Release date: 2009
Run time: 01:17:19

Tracklist / Soundtrack
Section: Artist - Title

  1. Bronx River Parkway - May Y Mas
  2. Beastie Boys - Sabrosa
  3. Flying Sutra - Blood Blister
  4. J. Walter Negro & The Loose Jointz - Bambata
  5. J. Walter Negro & The Loose Jointz - Shoot The Pump
  6. El Michaels Affairs - Detroit Twice
  7. The Whitefield Brothers - Prowlin'
  8. Flying Sutra - Beards And Flared Jeans
  9. Drunk Injuns - Question Authority
  10. Minor Threat - Stand Up
  11. Bryan Lee Brown - Deathbowl Synth
  12. Bryan Lee Brown - Tears Of Joy
  13. Bryan Lee Brown - Can Jumper
  14. Bryan Lee Brown - Public Stimulation
  15. Winston Peters - Mind Tingle
  16. JD & the Evil's Dynamite Band - Flames Of Darkness
  17. Flying Sutra - Blurry Barn
  18. Paranorm - Gonz The Bells
  19. Traditional - Puppet's Jazz 4
  20. Third Point - Majestic Soul
  21. Paranorm - Shut Jam
  22. Bad Brains - At The Movies
  23. Michael Armstrong - Groove Is In The Sax
  24. Bryan Lee Brown - Plazas For Days
  25. Eric B. & Rakim - Paid In Full
  26. Wu-Tang Clan - Bells Of War
  27. The Fabulous Three - Recording #82
  28. The Fabulous Three - Night Bird
  29. Barry Komitor - 2012
  30. Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra - Battle Of The Species
  31. Traditional - Puppet's Jazz 2

Among modern cities, New York stands alone as the quintessential skating town - the place where the revolution in street skating got its start. With manic intensity, creativity, cultural ferment and its tangled urban landscape, NYC’s mean streets in the 80’s was ripe for the birth of a new type of modern skating; where stairs, banks, handrails, and benches could be ollied over, into, and down. In Deathbowl to Downtown, New York is a central character to the unfolding of what would be celebrated as one of the most creative and innovative periods in the history of the sport - and saw the rise of some of the sport’s legends like Mike Vallely, Mark Gomez, Ryank Hickey, Felix Arguelles, Javier Nunez, Andy Kessler and many others. Directed by legendary filmmakers Buddy Nichols and Rick Charnowski (Fruit of the Vine, Northwest, Tent City), Deathbowl takes viewers beyond the usual tricks to explore the culture, artwork, music, and fashion of that era, traced through skating’s evolution from the parks and pools of the 70’s, to ramp skating in the 80’s, to the street ascendancy of the 1990’s. Featuring interviews with old school originators, as well as the newest school up steppers, as well as never before seen video footage, Deathbowl to Downtown is an entertaining and thought-provoking take on why the action on New York’s dirty, grimy and hectic streets represents skateboarding to millions of skaters and non skaters worldwide.