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We have so many musicians on Hobby Talk and we have often mentioned what we do , where we play, posted pics and music, etc. But I have never really had anything to share until today!
We are working on a new record (OK, CD, but I'm old...it's still a record to me!) and a bit of video was posted on their facebook fan page. I do not have a face book page, so I am unsure of how this works, but I think anyone can go to a fan page right? If you can then great, if not...well it was really not that great of a video anyway!
It's the video clip at the top of the page. A very easy laid back song, but still I though it was cool, not used to seeing myself in videos!
Ward - everyone should be able to see your band's Facebook page and look at the posts and videos and photos, regardless of whether or not they have a Facebook account / own profile. If one has a Facebook profile, they can "like" / link to it.
Fun video you have posted, really gives an inside look into the recording process.
Thanks G, I was unsure if anyone would even be able to see it through the links, so that helps to understand a bit more.
Yea, the vid is pretty cool, she did not film any real tracking, just the working through the chart, getting the clicks and loops (which you can't here in the room and thus on video) and the overall sounds for that track. I should point out that the attempted vocals are simply scratch tracks for reference, he really can sing....just not in that clip!
I played vocational for 16 years (from 1982 to 1998) and steady as a side job ever since, and yet never had seen video posted on the internet where I could point to it and say, "that's me!". So I though this was a lot of fun. I have hundreds of projects I have played on, plus dozens of videos and dvd's from various artist but this winds up being the very first thing I have found on the net!
This project has a wide variety of styles and many down right slammin' , this one just did not happen to be one! But thanks for the look.
Thanks guys. I have no idea if a full song will be in video form. The artist (Dana Harding) has a few songs out there and I think the plan is for a live video to be released of a show later this year, so that will be something I can look forward to.
patriotic themed piece he put out last year and did well on shown like Shawn Hannaty, Beck and others. I think it really caught him by surprise.....
HOLD THE PHONE!!!!!!!!!!! While looking for these videos, I found a home shot video from the original version of the band...a different keyboard and we had an auxiliary Key/Sax guy at the time. Dana is from Maine so this is his tribute to a Gordon Lightfoot type thing!
this is some rod run car show...we really fit the bill for a bunch of wild eye car guys hu?