Navicula - Kali Mati - Live





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Published on Sep 6, 2010

The Eastern Promise, in Jakarta, is a relatively small venue. Navicula, (the "Pearl Jam"/"Alice in Chains" of Indonesia), had the place packed to over capacity, with the crowd spilling out into the streets during this show. They kicked ass, to say the very least, and the crowd loved every minute of it.
This song is off the album Alkamis, recorded on Sony/BMG records, and is about the polluting of the rivers in Indonesia. In fact "Kali Mati" means "Dead River".
This is the first live footage I shot of the band, and my first attempt at editing. This was a two camera shoot, with me, (Alan Abbott), on camera one, (on stage), and Hariz Mocarizo, (A.K.A. Mochammad Harris), on cam two, (on a tripod as high as we could get it, taped and sand bagged to a bar table, with Hariz standing on a bar stool).
Chris Abbott, (my son), and his friends, Peter Haydon, John Scott, Jamie Mckinnon, stood guard around the table, to protect both the camera, and it's operator, from the moshing crowd.
For more info on Navicula, check out their website at, naviculamusic.com, and their 6th album, "Salto", is available at itunes. Also be sure to check out their own you tube channel, at NaviculaBali, and let them know what you think. They'd love to hear from you.

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