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Photography, Graphic, And Video Credits

Acknowledgements

Death thanks and acknowledges all photographers, graphic designers,  press,and content providers Home Page Photos:Rene Amado, McKenzie Picther, Samdarko Eltosam, Manuel Nauta, Carolyn Bates, Peter Wolf Photographics, Tammy Hackney. Graphics: Bobby Hackney Jr. (ABCD Poster) Death Music Page Graphics: Bobby Hackney Jr. Death Studio Page Photos: Michael Alston, Bobby Hackney Death Videos Page Videos: “Death with Rough Francis at Filmore NY”: Mickey Leigh and Irvin Plaza, “We’re Gonna Make It”: Kamerin Stroud, “Death Live at Le Poisson Rouge” NYC: DL4 Musical Enterprises Inc./Michael Alston, “Relief” Miles (Nastee) Balgochian,”Death Live At Afro Punk”: DL4 Musical Enterprises Inc./Michael Alston, “Entourage Episode” HBO, “A band Called Death Outtake with Wayne Kramer of MC5”: Jeff Howlett and Mark Covino Death Gallery 1 Photos: Michael Alston, Tammy Hackney, Bobby Hackney, SB Digital Designs Death Gallery 2 Photos: Michael Alston, Tammy Hackney, Bobby Hackney People 1 Photos: Michael Alston, Tammy Hackney, Bobby Hackney People 2 Photos: Jeff Howlett, Michael Alston, Tammy Hackney, Samdarko Eltosam, Bobby Hackney Death Live Shots Photos: McKenzie Picther, Michael Alston, Manuel Nauta Death Press Photos and Graphics: New York Times, Hollywood Reporter, The Huffington Post, Variety, Burlington Free Press, Rollingstone Magazine, Spin, Maximum Rock And Roll, The Guardian UK Death N.E.W. Press LP Reviews Graphics: Associated Press, The Village Voice, Louder Than War Magazine, PitchFork Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Esquire Magazine, Metal Assault Magazine, Consequence Of Sound Magazine Death III Press LP Reviews Graphics: Clash Magazine, Music OMH Magazine, God Is In The TV Magazine, The Times, Sound Lab Magazine, Juno Records, Spin, Pitchfork Magazine Death Spiritual Mental Physical LP Reviews Graphics: A.V. Club Magazine, College Media Journal, Prefix Magazine, Spin, Slant Magazine, The Line Of The Best Magazine, All Music Magazine, Pitchfork Magazine Death Press Articles (For The Whole World To See) Photos and Graphics: Spin, The New York Times, Dazed Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Vibe Magazine, Detroit Metro Times, Visions Magazine-Berlin Germany Death Press Articles 2 Photos and Graphics: Maximum Rock and Roll, Slug Magazine, The Guardian UK, Exclaim.com, Jam Base Online Official Death Merchandise DL4 Musical Enterprise Inc., Tammy Hackney, Samdarko Eltosam, Death painting by Julian Cardinal Contact Page Photos: Michael Alston, Jericho Sound Lab Recording. All photos and graphics used by commission and permission.  All Rights Reserved by owners of Photos and Graphics  DL4 Musical Enterprises Inc. All Rights Reserved All songs and song Titles  Elect Music Publishing BMI and Rythem And Words Publishing BMI Death ® is a registered Trademark and Trade name registered with the USPTO REG. NO. 3,760,300 & REG. NO. 3760300   Web design and content  DL4 Musical Enterprises Inc. All rights Reserved

Special Acknowledgements: Just Plain “Thank You”

Robert Manis, Ben Blackwell, Scott Mosier, Jeff Howlett, Mark Covino, Nicole Yalaz, Drag City Records, Brian Spears, The late Don Davis, Navdo from Detroit, Alice Cooper, Questlove, Elijah Wood, Wayne Kramer, Henry Rollins, Mickey Leigh, Robert Trillio and Metallica, Bevis Griffin, Iggy Pop, Afro Punk, National Public Radio, Rotten Tomatoes, South By Southwest, Timothy Burnside and The African American History Museum at Smithsonian, The LA Film Festival, The Amsterdam Film Festival, Don Schwenk, Arsenio Hall, George Clinton, Quincy Jones (for giving the movie the ackronym “ABCD”), Colin Fletcher, Mike Archer (Archer Records Detroit) Earl V. Hackney Jr., Andy Benny, BankRobber Publishing, Mick Jagger, Martin Scorsese, The producers of “How I Met Your Mother”, Major League Baseball, The producers of “Friday Night Lights”, Jessica Linker, the band Rough Francis, Mr. Green, Drafthouse Films, Amazon, Netflix, HBO, Alen Jean Phillippe,  Heathcliff Berru, Zuhaitz from Europe, Neri from Brazil, Chuck D, Vernon Reid and Living Colour, Spencer Crispe, Jack White,  Rick Steele, Little Guru, Aaron Reid, Tom Mullen, Nastee, Kamerin Stroud,  Ben Miller, The Lincoln Center-New York City. And many more which we will try to mention in upcoming updates.
The Legacy of Death A Rock-N-Roll Journey
The journey of the legacy of Death spans from the 1970s era of Rock “N’ Roll to the present. Few journeys are taken alone. Everyone listed on this page has had a part in the journey of the legacy of Death, and there are many more. Thank you to all fans, supporters, Rock historians, journalist, vinyl record collectors, and music buffs all over the world on behalf of the three guys who originated the whole Death music, concept, and stuck true to the name, cause, and resolve of preserving the music, the master recordings, and the precious legacy of making Rock ‘N’ Roll music for the sake of the music and the true art and satisfaction of creating, no-compromise Rock ‘N’ Roll music. David Hackney Dannis Hackney Bobby Hackney Detroit 1970s DEATH
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Photography, Graphic, And Video Credits

Acknowledgements

Death thanks and acknowledges all photographers, graphic designers,  press,and content providers Home Page Photos: McKenzie Picther, Samdarko Eltosam, Manuel Nauta, Carolyn Bates, Peter Wolf Photographics, Tammy Hackney. Graphics: Bobby Hackney Jr. (ABCD Poster) Death Music Page Graphics: Bobby Hackney Jr. Death Studio Page Photos: Michael Alston, Bobby Hackney Death Videos Page Videos: “Death with Rough Francis at Filmore NY”: Mickey Leigh and Irvin Plaza, “We’re Gonna Make It”: Kamerin Stroud, “Death Live at Le Poisson Rouge” NYC: DL4 Musical Enterprises Inc./Michael Alston, “Relief” Miles (Nastee) Balgochian,”Death Live At Afro Punk”: DL4 Musical Enterprises Inc./Michael Alston, “Entourage Episode” HBO, “A band Called Death Outtake with Wayne Kramer of MC5”: Jeff Howlett and Mark Covino Death Gallery 1 Photos: Michael Alston, Tammy Hackney, Bobby Hackney, SB Digital Designs Death Gallery 2 Photos: Michael Alston, Tammy Hackney, Bobby Hackney People 1 Photos: Michael Alston, Tammy Hackney, Bobby Hackney People 2 Photos: Jeff Howlett, Michael Alston, Tammy Hackney, Samdarko Eltosam, Bobby Hackney Death Live Shots Photos: McKenzie Picther, Michael Alston, Manuel Nauta Death Press Photos and Graphics: New York Times, Hollywood Reporter, The Huffington Post, Variety, Burlington Free Press, Rollingstone Magazine, Spin, Maximum Rock And Roll, The Guardian UK Death N.E.W. Press LP Reviews Graphics: Associated Press, The Village Voice, Louder Than War Magazine, PitchFork Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Esquire Magazine, Metal Assault Magazine, Consequence Of Sound Magazine Death III Press LP Reviews Graphics: Clash Magazine, Music OMH Magazine, God Is In The TV Magazine, The Times, Sound Lab Magazine, Juno Records, Spin, Pitchfork Magazine Death Spiritual Mental Physical LP Reviews Graphics: A.V. Club Magazine, College Media Journal, Prefix Magazine, Spin, Slant Magazine, The Line Of The Best Magazine, All Music Magazine, Pitchfork Magazine Death Press Articles (For The Whole World To See) Photos and Graphics: Spin, The New York Times, Dazed Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Vibe Magazine, Detroit Metro Times, Visions Magazine-Berlin Germany Death Press Articles 2 Photos and Graphics: Maximum Rock and Roll, Slug Magazine, The Guardian UK, Exclaim.com, Jam Base Online Official Death Merchandise DL4 Musical Enterprise Inc., Tammy Hackney, Samdarko Eltosam, Death painting by Julian Cardinal Contact Page Photos: Michael Alston, Jericho Sound Lab Recording. All photos and graphics used by commission and permission.  All Rights Reserved by owners of Photos and Graphics  DL4 Musical Enterprises Inc. All Rights Reserved All songs and song Titles  Elect Music Publishing BMI and Rythem And Words Publishing BMI Death ® is a registered Trademark and Trade name registered with the USPTO REG. NO. 3,760,300 & REG. NO. 3760300   Web design and content  DL4 Musical Enterprises Inc. All rights Reserved

Special Acknowledgements: Just Plain “Thank You”

Robert Manis, Ben Blackwell, Scott Mosier, Jeff Howlett, Mark Covino, Nicole Yalaz, Drag City Records, Brian Spears, The late Don Davis, Navdo from Detroit, Alice Cooper, Questlove, Elijah Wood, Wayne Kramer, Henry Rollins, Mickey Leigh, Robert Trillio and Metallica, Bevis Griffin, Iggy Pop, Afro Punk, National Public Radio, Rotten Tomatoes, South By Southwest, Timothy Burnside and The African American History Museum at Smithsonian, The LA Film Festival, The Amsterdam Film Festival, Don Schwenk, Arsenio Hall, George Clinton, Quincy Jones (for giving the movie the ackronym “ABCD”), Colin Fletcher, Mike Archer (Archer Records Detroit) Earl V. Hackney Jr., Andy Benny, BankRobber Publishing, Mick Jagger, Martin Scorsese, The producers of “How I Met Your Mother”, Major League Baseball, The producers of “Friday Night Lights”, Jessica Linker, the band Rough Francis, Mr. Green, Drafthouse Films, Amazon, Netflix, HBO, Alen Jean Phillippe,  Heathcliff Berru, Zuhaitz from Europe, Neri from Brazil, Chuck D, Vernon Reid and Living Colour, Spencer Crispe, Jack White,  Rick Steele, Little Guru, Aaron Reid, Tom Mullen, Nastee, Kamerin Stroud,  Ben Miller, The Lincoln Center-New York City. And many more which we will try to mention in upcoming updates.
The Legacy of Death A Rock-N-Roll Journey
The journey of the legacy of Death spans from the 1970s era of Rock “N’ Roll to the present. Few journeys are taken alone. Everyone listed on this page has had a part in the journey of the legacy of Death, and there are many more. Thank you to all fans, supporters, Rock historians, journalist, vinyl record collectors, and music buffs all over the world on behalf of the three guys who originated the whole Death music, concept, and stuck true to the name, cause, and resolve of preserving the music, the master recordings, and the precious legacy of making Rock ‘N’ Roll music for the sake of the music and the true art and satisfaction of creating, no-compromise Rock ‘N’ Roll music. David Hackney Dannis Hackney Bobby Hackney Detroit 1970s DEATH