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Hank Shocklee - Producing Public Enemy (Berklee Intervals)

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Original Bomb Squad member and hip-hop pioneer Hank Shocklee recounts his musical collaboration with Public Enemy as a "hero's journey" that moved from angst to healing to ascension. He describes novel production techniques that allowed for the blurring of genres and endless creative innovation.

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Produced and edited by Jeannie Greeley
Cameras: Audrey H., Regina Crisosto Jequier, Angel de Jesus Irizarry Almonte
Assistant editor: Jennifer Rudolph
Audio post production: Isak Kotecki
Graphics: Jeannie Greeley and Zakriya Bashir-Hill
Special thanks to Jo-Ann Nina at Shocklee Entertainment

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