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GameZombie.tv presents GZ Round Table Vol. 1 - Halo 3 Director, Producer, Editor: Spencer Striker Audio Engineer & Score Remixer: Chris Bates Camera 1: Caleb Levell Camera 2: Jessica Frasher Camera 3: Moises Montenegro Jib Operator: Mitch Richardson Handheld Camera: Bashir Roohani Floor Director: Toddy Smith Audio Recorder: J. Kyle Smith Technical Director: Ross Haggerty Studio Engineer: Steve Parker Game Journalists: David Klein Jason Lataillade TJ Babcock Mike Green David Antognoli Chabane Maidi Chad Quandt Justin Swing Pablo Poffald
4 Jan 2008
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*******www.microcinemadvd**** After stunning the world with the first compilation, MAGNUS, we return with a mind blowing new concept in immersive psychedelic journeys presented as a continuous play DVD. Not only are you taken on a 3D Animated excursion through Dr. Spook’s vivid imagination, you will be treated to the best of the worlds most innovative psy-producers as well as some blasting new surprises that have been exploding in San Francisco and soon all over the planet!!! Each video takes you to a uniquely amazing environment filled with characters and creations that will both boggle your mind and astound your senses. This continuous ever changing thematic adventure is presented in a seamless mix. Using Academy Award winning software Alias MAYA this multiple International Award winning and highly recognized animator/author Nathan Vogel aka DJ/VJ Dr. Spook opens a gateway into his exotic and detailed psychedelic world.DVD Video Format TRT: 60 Minute Seamless DJ Mix set to 3D Animation. Special Features incl. VJ clips and Artist Bios/Discographies + AC3 Audio mix in Letter BoxHigh Resolution 24p 6.5Mbs encoding. TRACK LIST 01. Altom vs Chromatone & Phoenix Family METADIMENSION 02. DesertDwellers(Random/Dr.Spook rmx) HIGHER SENSORY PERCEPTION (RMX) 03. Chromatone MIGHTONCHONDRIA (RMX) 04. Mr. Peculiar CRYSTAL MYTH 05. Scrob THUNDERMENTAL (Redeux) 06. CPU with Phoenix Family DECENTRALIZE 07. Neuromotor DANGER HIGHT VOLTAGE (RMX) 08. Rastaliens EVIL EXTRATERRESTRIALS 09. Phoenix Family PERPETUAL SUN 10. Earthling with Random and Chromatone KILLER DOPE (Phoenix Family Mix) 11. Nomad and Jeremy Tsunami HIGH VOLUME Further Information: Artist Profile:DJ/VJ Doctor Spook (San Francisco,USA)Also known as Nathan Vogel, Spook is an award winning3D animator and music video director. He began creatingpsychedelic visuals in 1992, recieving critical acclaim for all of his projects. Nathan has worked with major music labels such as Arista, Geffen/Universal, Sony, Om and now with all of the most prominent Psytrance labels with this ground breaking new release. Spooks passion for electronic music drove him to start making music in 1990. He began djing at Burning man in 1998.Dr.Spook has compiled a collection of the most innovative psy-producers as well as some blasting new surprises that have been exploding in San Francisco and soon all over the planet!!! Each track takes you to a uniquely amazing environment that will both boggle your mind and astound your senses. Video DVD Format 11 Unreleased Psytrance Journeys by:Altom vs Phoenix Family, Moontribe, Chromatone,Mr. Peculiar, Scorb, CPU vs Phoenix Family, Neuromotor, Rastaliens, Phoenix Family, Earthling vs Phoenix Family,Nomad vs Jeremy.Presented as a continuous dj mix. ByDJ Doctor Spook. Studio engineering by Random.
31 Dec 2009
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ButtonMashers - Episode 1 The Gaming News Show made for you, by you, by us. GameZombie, your friendly neighborhood forum lurkers, scours the Internet in search of the best posts to the hottest gaming news topics of the week. In this Episode: 1. EAs Army of Two has been bought by Universal to be made into a feature film. 2. Does Guitar Hero World Tour live up to the dream? 3. Wii Music fits in with Nintendos Blue Ocean Philosophy of Gaming. Featured Users: Gach of 1up Sanguis_Malus of GameSpot NintendoGamer7217 of IGN Penguinisto of CNet t27duck of GoNintendo Executive Producer Spencer Striker Starring Chelsey Matrix Keetin Marchi Sam Sher Writer John Quick Senior Producer Adrienne Thiery Technical Producer Pat Boyle Director Andrew Benninghoff Associate Producer Ron Osgood Technical Director Pat Boyle Audio Chris Bates Austin Reedy Original Score Chris Bates Studio Engineer Stephen Parker Camera Chris Impicciche Danny Gruening Kyle Bode Jib Troy Engelhardt Gaffer Chris Impicciche Troy Engelhardt Set Design & Lighting Sam Sher Troy Engelhardt Ben McGill Austin Reedy Andrew Benninghoff Chris Impicciche Pat Boyle David Burkart Prompter Austin Reedy Graphics Andrew Benninghoff Editor Austin Reedy
12 Nov 2008
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The Gaming News Show made for you, by you, by us. GameZombie, your friendly neighborhood forum lurkers, scours the Internet in search of the best posts to the hottest gaming news topics of the week. In this Episode: 1. Publisher Activision has recently acquired developer Budcat Creations. 2. The "Make Cliffy_B more Badass" contest is over, and the winners are 3. The developers behind Sonys LittleBigPlanet have been pulling level designs from servers that have references to existing TV shows or games. This has caused much agitation to players. Featured Users: ManekiNeko of Kotaku bassmaniac2005 of GameSpot cliffy_b of Twitter Tofur of Twitter bearded OTP of GoNintendo ceedot of PSXExtreme Executive Producer Spencer Striker Starring Chelsey Matrix Keetin Marchi Sam Sher Writer John Quick Senior Producer Adrienne Thiery Technical Producer Pat Boyle Director Andrew Benninghoff Associate Producer Ron Osgood Technical Director Pat Boyle Audio Chris Bates Ed Whang Original Score Chris Bates With Burning Up the Boards featuring a remix of Gerard Marino's 'Persian Combat' cut from the 'Chains of Olympus' score. Studio Engineer Stephen R. Parker Camera Alex Chod Chris Impicciche Stan Sevostyanov Jib Troy Engelhardt Set Design & Lighting Troy Engelhardt Andrew Benninghoff Gabe Goldstein Scott Gill Alex Chod Stan Sevostyanov Chris Impicciche David Burkart Yun Lu Sam Sher Prompter Andrew Verteramo Graphics Andrew Benninghoff Leetal Halamish Editor Austin Reedy
3 Dec 2008
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The Gaming News Show made for you, by you, by us. GameZombie, your friendly neighborhood forum lurkers, scours the Internet in search of the best posts to the hottest gaming news topics of the week. In this Episode: 1. Raids by Somali pirates around the horn of Africa threaten to disrupt shipping routes, and affect game availability. 2 . GTA Chinatown Wars for the DS allows players the opportunity to live out the on-the-go life style of a drug dealer while they are on-the-go. 3. UBS analyst Benjamin Schachter stated in a report that it appears the "core" gamers are holding up the industry. Featured Users: fantasticmuffin of 1Up baphernaor of 1UP CockroachMan of Kotaku el_chack of Destructoid AlexPuma of GoNintendo TruGamer of dcemu**** Executive Producer Spencer Striker Starring Chelsey Matrix Keetin Marchi Sam Sher Writer John Quick Senior Producer Adrienne Thiery Technical Producer Pat Boyle Director Andrew Benninghoff Associate Producer Ron Osgood Technical Director Pat Boyle Audio Chris Bates Austin Reedy Original Score Chris Bates With Burning Up the Boards featuring a remix of Gerard Marino's 'Persian Combat' cut from the 'Chains of Olympus' score. Studio Engineer Stephen R. Parker Camera Alex Chod Chris Gassion Stan Sevostyanov Jib Troy Engelhardt Set Design & Lighting Troy Engelhardt Andrew Benninghoff Scott Gill Alex Chod Stan Sevostyanov Chris Gassion Yun Lu Sam Sher Austin Reedy Pat Boyle Gaffer Pat Boyle Stan Sevostyanov Austin Reedy Prompter Andrew Verteramo Graphics Andrew Benninghoff Leetal Halamish Editor Austin Reedy Distributed by Tubemogul.
16 Jan 2009
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*******marketing-paradise**** *******www.business-garden**** Advertising Agency: TBWA\CHIAT\DAY, USA Worldwide Chief Creative Officer: Lee Clow Executive Creative Director: Rob Schwartz Creative Directors: Brett Craig, Joe Shands Art Director: Xanthe Hohalek Copywriters: Melissa Pipeling, Michelle Lewis Head of Production: Richard O’Neill Executive Producer: Anh-Thu Le Producers: Anh-Thu Le, Chris Capretto Account Management: David Dreyer, Romy Flint Production Company: MJZ Director: Dante Ariola Director of Photography: Matthew Libatique Line Producer: Natalie Hill Editorial: Peepshow Editor: Andrea MacArthur Assistant Editor: Healy Snow Visual Effects: Method Executive Producer: Helen Hughes Producer: Scott Boyajan Creative Director: Alex Frisch VFX Set Supervisor: Gil Baron CG Supervisor: Andy Boyd Lead Compositors: Claus Hansen, Alex Frisch Compositor: Noah Caddis Music: The Who “My Generation” Re-Mix Music Producer: T-Bone Burnett Re-Mix Musical Arranger: Darrell Leonard Re-Mix Studio Engineer: Jason Wormer Sound Design Sound Designer: Brian Emrich Telecine: Company 3 Colorist: Stefan Sonnenfeld Mixing Facility: Play Mixer: John Bolen
31 Jan 2009
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ButtonMashers Season 2 - Episode 2 ButtonMashers has leveled up to a whole new season. We continue to scour the web, but this time we're looking for what you have to say about the hottest topics in gaming. This Episode features a look into the topic of girl gamers. Our own girl gamer takes one of her favorite games a little too seriously, and a feisty little Asian brings us another DiCK Move - the instant kill Featured Users: the_importer of GoNintendo RJAC1978 of GameTrailers GamerGirl1949 of YouTube Cast & Crew: Executive Producer: Spencer Striker Starring: Chelsey Matrix Keetin Marchi Sam Sher Jessica Frasher Written By: John Quick Senior Producer: Adrienne Thiery Technical Producer: Jen Eisner Directed By: Andrew Benninghoff Associate Producer: Ron Osgood Technical Director: John C. Spotts Audio: Alex Chod Original Score: Chris Bates Studio Engineer: Stephen R. Parker Camera: Tim Torkelson Scott Turner David Klein Jib: Zac Foutz Set Design: Andrew Benninghoff Jen Eisner Alex Chod Matthew Berghs Scott Turner Tim Torkelson Zac Foutz Prompter: Justin Luntz Graphics: Andrew Benninghoff Austin Lord Torlando Hakes Sound Design: Zac Foutz Edited By: Zac Foutz
12 Aug 2009
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*******downloadableaudiobooksfree****/ Audiobooks come in different formats. They are distributed on CDs, cassette tapes, downloadable digital formats like mp3, wma or aac, and preloaded digital in which the audio content is preloaded and sold together with a hardware device. Producing an audiobook consists of a narrator sitting in a recording booth reading the text, while a studio engineer and a director record and direct the performance. These groups of people are known as the studio production team. On average it takes five and a half hours to record a single hour of written material for a recorded book. This is done in recording studios that have been created especially for the process and generally will include the presence of a sound monitor and reviewer as well as the narrator. An audiobook's main attraction is the narrator. A book narrator can be compared to a film actor; it takes so much more than just having a pleasing voice to be a book narrator, there is a real art to narration that requires very particular talents. Narrators play a very important role in an audiobook. The plot and the author of an audiobook will never be appreciated without a good storyteller. Know more things about audiobooks and the reason why people are getting hooked to it. Watch the next clips or visit the website *******downloadableaudiobooksfree****/ or go to the link below. *******downloadableaudiobooksfree****/
31 Aug 2011
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"I don't care how many times you have heard Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" or how many versions you've heard; you may even be tired of hearing it; but you haven't heard "Hallelujah" by Sophie Berkal-Sarbit. As you are listening to her singing it, you won't even remember the other versions." Larry LeBlanc Senior Editor CelebrityAccess Contact:billkingpianogmail**** Video link: *******youtu.be/1YaLcliEnPw ABOUT “HALLELUJAH” When you take a chance renewing a classic song that has had so many definitive approaches you place yourself in the crosshairs of the music world. “When Sophie told me she wanted to record one of the planet’s most beloved songs, “Hallelujah,” I caught my breath – rolled my eyes and thought to myself ‘Why?’ Revered versions by John Cale, Jeff Buckley, Rufus Wainwright and k.d.Lang come to mind – not to mention the most recent Canadian Tenors,’ says producer/pianist Bill King. “I think I can bring something different to this,” says Sophie. King’s response –“O.K.” let’s just see what happens in the studio. This should be totally improvised. Things should happen organically –if it doesn’t we’ll do ourselves a solid by stepping away and leaving the world short one more unnecessary misfire.” There are times when everything feels just right. A brand spanking new C. Bechstein D280 9′ Concert Grand piano at Number 9 Studios – an intimate studio and broad smile spread across 21 year old Berkal-Sarbit’s face. It’s always about establishing a mood – a moment of decision filled with tension, intimacy and contrasts. After a first improvised run through the arrangement composed itself. It’s the marriage of the two - piano and voice –a quiet solitude. Carefully considered notes borrowed from the upper regions of the piano placed at intervals falling like isolated rain drops gently lay the framework for what was to come - a full symphonic orchestration within the range of the glimmering Bechstein. Berkal-Sarbit embraces the languid tempo – one that takes a poetic stance. Rather than abruptly shift verse to verse the piano intercedes reserving the time in between to contemplate the spiritually bittersweet lyrics. The church like harmonies sound closure, much like the parting measures of a Beethoven sonata. Then total silence. No third takes or let’s change this or that – the piece is complete. Studio head George Rodina got wind of the session engineered by Bernie Cisternas ‘and suggested sending ‘Hallelujah’ to Los Angeles where a couple of string section arrangers might be interested in contributing. As luck would have it violinist Christian House heard what everyone heard and volunteered added sweetening. “My approach was to come up with something with few distractions for the viewer,” says video director, Chris Gentile. “Sophie’s voice elegantly surrounds the piano and had to be just right visually. The more I listened to “Hallelujah”, things began to come clear. This had to be a black and white video, classic in filming style, with an edit style of dissolves and soft fades. No colors or background textures just simple and clean. There was no need for a place or set, just perfect classic portrait lighting. This was all I needed to tell the story.” Produced by Bill King and George Rondina Arrangement: Bill King Strings: Christian Howes Strings Video production was produced through Christopher Gentile Productions. Directing and story design created Christopher Gentile www.christophergentile.ca Camera DOP David Suddaby Camera Arri Alexa provided by Robert Burt Productions Studio 17 Noble Street Studios Studio One Posting PPD Post Producers Digital Toronto Strings: Donald Quan, Charmaine Louis and Mark Korven Christopher Gentile is a long time Commercial Video Director in Toronto .and owns and operates Christopher Gentile Productions/Photography Recorded at Number 9 Studios Engineer - Bernie Cisternas iTunes: *******itunes.apple****/album/hallelujah-single/id478300107?l=ja&v0=9988&ign-mpt=uo%3D1 REVIEWS & QUOTES The exquisite colours of Sophie Berkal-Sarbit's voice are the icing on the cake of one of the most magical versions of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" that has ever been recorded. Bill King's masterful piano work and completely inspired production couches this young, fresh voice in a web of beauty that transports one to a higher level. Elaine Overholt – Big Voice Studio (Chicago, Hairspray, Mamma Mia, The Producers) Oprah Winfrey Network "Sophie's Hallelujah is heavenly. Her voice is sweet and true with a haunting nostalgia that carries you far away." Gloria Martin Entertainment Editor 680 NEWS/Rogers National Radio Network Sophie Berkal - Sarbit's tender vocals brings a new emotional purity to Leonard Cohen's classic lyrics. Her version of Hallelujah is simply beautiful. Dave Charles JAZZ.FM91 In splendid voice as always on "Hallelujah", Sophie Berkal-Sarbit mines new glory from the Cohen classic - just as she has infused the Canadian music scene with the excitement and enthusiasm of the next generation of jazz stars. Mark Rheaume CBC Radio "All I can say about Sophie Berkal and the mesmerizing version of this song is 'Hallelujah' ! for offering the best rendition ever recorded." Sandy Graham C.O.O. Cashbox Canada "The oft-covered Leonard Cohen classic "Hallelujah" is given a vibrant and refreshing interpretation by fast-rising young jazz songstress Sophie Berkal-Sarbit. Sparse piano and Sophie's pure and haunting vocals are perfectly complemented with soaring strings. A winner." Freelance music journalist Kerry Doole (Exclaim!, Words + Music) " This very moving. Sophie breathes fresh life into the lyrics. I'm sure Cohen would enthusiastically approve". Geoff Chapman (Whole Note Magazine) billkingpianogmail****
5 Jan 2012
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*******tinyurl****/7bfhn76 Ultimate Beat Making Machine Don't play an instrument? That's the beauty of Dr.Drum! You don't need to be some guitar or drum guru to make smash hit beats. The 12 pad drum machine makes it a snap to create killer drum beats, with drag and drop support for importing your own sounds! Put the sounds exactly where you want them, learn skills that studio engineers use on a daily basis... in less time than it took them! *******tinyurl****/7bfhn76
30 May 2012
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*******tinyurl****/6ppxz48 Making rap beats for sale Don't play an instrument? That's the beauty of Dr.Drum! You don't need to be some guitar or drum guru to make smash hit beats. The 12 pad drum machine makes it a snap to create killer drum beats, with drag and drop support for importing your own sounds! Put the sounds exactly where you want them, learn skills that studio engineers use on a daily basis... in less time than it took them! *******tinyurl****/6ppxz48
31 May 2012
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Download full album now! *******alexboye.bandcamp**** Available officially on iTunes Sept 1st Pre-order on 21st August on iTunes. With over 100 Million views, and growing, Alex Boye has become a bonafide YouTube sensation. Here for the very first time, are songs from all of Alex's Youtube video hits including: "Peponi" with the Piano guys "Grenade" with Lindsey Stirling "Let it go" With Lexi Walker and the One Voice Childrens Choir. "Roar" With Mom Bloggers United "Royals"….and many more of alex's signature "Africanized" Tribal covers! Download song on iTunes here: ********itunes.apple****/us/album/let-it-go-africanized-cover/id825753331 Download on Bandcamp here: *******alexboye.bandcamp****/track/let-it-go-africanized-cover-ft-one-voice-childrens-choir PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY ALEX BOYE' Watch for Alex Boye's new album "AFRICANIZED" Coming soon!! FOLLOW ALEX BOYE HERE.... FB MUSIC PAGE: *******www.facebook****/alexboye.music FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: ********twitter****/#!/alexboye1 *******www.alexboye**** The One Voice Children's Choir is Directed by Masa Fukuda Cast: Elsa (lead singer): Lexi Walker Anna: Veda Mason Hans: Daimion Davis Kristoff: Isaac Cox Sven: Chloe Barrus Olaf: Jocelyn Bench 2nd soloist girl: Viviena Wolfgramme Music Arranged and Produced by Masa Fukuda One Voice Children's choir recorded One Voice Studio, engineered by Masa Fukuda. Alex Boye and Lexi Walker recorded Soularium Recording Studio, engineered, mixed and mastered by Stoker White For enquiries for Alex Boye: eddiewenrickgmail**** For enquiries for Masa and choir, go to: *******www.onevoicechildren**** For more about Lexi Walker,(go tell her what an amazing job she did!!): ********www.facebook****/leximaewalker Fashion & Styling by: Mandy McCready & Christian at Koko Blush & Co *******www.KokoBlush**** *******www.facebook****/kokoblushandcompany Makeup By Tara Starling *******www.starlingtruebeauty**** taratarastarlingtruebeuty**** Lexi's Hairstyling By: Karli Egbert karliegbertgmail**** *******www.aspensalonprovo.blogspot**** Video Director: Bryce Johnson *******www.GoBigFilms**** Production assistants: Laura Johnson, Dominick Norris With SPECIAL THANKS to Ryan Davis for the use of the enchanting Ice castle venue in Midway, Utah. If you haven't been there you are missing out! For more info and visiting times please go to: *******www.icecastles**** Additional Thanks to: Marc Goldberg, Anne Cecala, Monica Carpentier, Robert Wyss, Megan Bromley, Tami Hansen, Amy Olsen, Molly Jordan, Jueneta Boyle, Bill Bromley, Marianne Farnsworth, Roark Janis, Leah Earl, Renee Haws, Andrea Scott, Jill Wankier, Michelle Walters, and all other parent volunteers behind the scene. The story: I went out of town for work and when I got back, my wife Julie told me, "You've got to hear this. She puts on the music and my little 4 year old Adanna struts and shimmies across the living room singing every single word of "Let it go" with feeling and reckless abandonment!! Along with every other kid in the country, She got "Frozenitis! My mind immediately started racing and I thought "I HAVE TO AFRICANIZE THIS!!! But it needed to have a unique twist. How cool would it be to actually have kids performing this? Seeing as they are the the biggest fans! So I called up my friend Masa Fukuda who just happens to have a 140 strong choir of the most incredible singing kids and asked if he was willing to collab on my crazy idea of doing an africanized version of frozen. awhile back, I had heard a young girl named Lexi Walker sing at a local event, and WOW, she just blew me away! I knew she would be the perfect person to sing lead on this song!! Masa is a machine!!! By the next day, he had already rounded up some choir members, produced the music, and recorded the choir in his studio. All within 2 days!!! The singing ability, discipline, and professionalism of the kids was just astounding to me! The video shoot was amazing and even though it was SO cold you couldn't feel your toes, the kids were amazing and so patient! So, everybody, please welcome the One voice children's choir!!!
12 Sep 2014
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Download full album now! *******alexboye.bandcamp**** Available officially on iTunes Sept 1st Pre-order on 21st August on iTunes. With over 100 Million views, and growing, Alex Boye has become a bonafide YouTube sensation. Here for the very first time, are songs from all of Alex's Youtube video hits including: "Peponi" with the Piano guys "Grenade" with Lindsey Stirling "Let it go" With Lexi Walker and the One Voice Childrens Choir. "Roar" With Mom Bloggers United "Royals"….and many more of alex's signature "Africanized" Tribal covers! Download song on iTunes here: ********itunes.apple****/us/album/let-it-go-africanized-cover/id825753331 Download on Bandcamp here: *******alexboye.bandcamp****/track/let-it-go-africanized-cover-ft-one-voice-childrens-choir PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY ALEX BOYE' Watch for Alex Boye's new album "AFRICANIZED" Coming soon!! FOLLOW ALEX BOYE HERE.... FB MUSIC PAGE: *******www.facebook****/alexboye.music FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: ********twitter****/#!/alexboye1 *******www.alexboye**** The One Voice Children's Choir is Directed by Masa Fukuda Cast: Elsa (lead singer): Lexi Walker Anna: Veda Mason Hans: Daimion Davis Kristoff: Isaac Cox Sven: Chloe Barrus Olaf: Jocelyn Bench 2nd soloist girl: Viviena Wolfgramme Music Arranged and Produced by Masa Fukuda One Voice Children's choir recorded One Voice Studio, engineered by Masa Fukuda. Alex Boye and Lexi Walker recorded Soularium Recording Studio, engineered, mixed and mastered by Stoker White For enquiries for Alex Boye: eddiewenrickgmail**** For enquiries for Masa and choir, go to: *******www.onevoicechildren**** For more about Lexi Walker,(go tell her what an amazing job she did!!): ********www.facebook****/leximaewalker Fashion & Styling by: Mandy McCready & Christian at Koko Blush & Co *******www.KokoBlush**** *******www.facebook****/kokoblushandcompany Makeup By Tara Starling *******www.starlingtruebeauty**** taratarastarlingtruebeuty**** Lexi's Hairstyling By: Karli Egbert karliegbertgmail**** *******www.aspensalonprovo.blogspot**** Video Director: Bryce Johnson *******www.GoBigFilms**** Production assistants: Laura Johnson, Dominick Norris With SPECIAL THANKS to Ryan Davis for the use of the enchanting Ice castle venue in Midway, Utah. If you haven't been there you are missing out! For more info and visiting times please go to: *******www.icecastles**** Additional Thanks to: Marc Goldberg, Anne Cecala, Monica Carpentier, Robert Wyss, Megan Bromley, Tami Hansen, Amy Olsen, Molly Jordan, Jueneta Boyle, Bill Bromley, Marianne Farnsworth, Roark Janis, Leah Earl, Renee Haws, Andrea Scott, Jill Wankier, Michelle Walters, and all other parent volunteers behind the scene. The story: I went out of town for work and when I got back, my wife Julie told me, "You've got to hear this. She puts on the music and my little 4 year old Adanna struts and shimmies across the living room singing every single word of "Let it go" with feeling and reckless abandonment!! Along with every other kid in the country, She got "Frozenitis! My mind immediately started racing and I thought "I HAVE TO AFRICANIZE THIS!!! But it needed to have a unique twist. How cool would it be to actually have kids performing this? Seeing as they are the the biggest fans! So I called up my friend Masa Fukuda who just happens to have a 140 strong choir of the most incredible singing kids and asked if he was willing to collab on my crazy idea of doing an africanized version of frozen. awhile back, I had heard a young girl named Lexi Walker sing at a local event, and WOW, she just blew me away! I knew she would be the perfect person to sing lead on this song!! Masa is a machine!!! By the next day, he had already rounded up some choir members, produced the music, and recorded the choir in his studio. All within 2 days!!! The singing ability, discipline, and professionalism of the kids was just astounding to me! The video shoot was amazing and even though it was SO cold you couldn't feel your toes, the kids were amazing and so patient! So, everybody, please welcome the One voice children's choir!!!
12 Sep 2014
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UB40's Lead Singer Releases Solo Album Running Free, the new album from UB40's frontman Ali Campbell, is a reggae-soul-pop tour de force. It features The World's Greatest Rhythm Section, Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare, collaborations with some legendary singers and musicians, several sublime cover versions, and the unique voice and songwriting excellence of Mr Red Red Wine himself. With so many famous names on the record, and so many great songs, both originals and covers, Running Free, only Ali's second solo album (the follow-up to 1995's Big Love), is bound to dominate the airwaves on its release. There will even be a duet concert next year at the Royal Albert Hall guest-starring the various singers who appeared on the album, while every one of the artists has been filmed for a special 'Making Of' documentary for TV broadcast later this year. Talking of Red Red Wine, Running Free is the natural successor to UB40's best-loved album, the appropriately titled Labour Of Love, on which Birmingham's finest covered songs by their musical idols in their own inimitable style. On Running Free, Ali goes one better by inviting his musical idols to sing with him. "They were a joy to work with," says Ali of his team-ups with soul icon Smokey Robinson and reggae giants Aston "Family Man" Barrett and Ernest Ranglin. It's not surprising that Ali is so enthused: "This is a classic party record with great people on it," he says. "And it's a bunch of great songs." True enough, every track on Running Free has something to offer, whether it's partnerships with some of music's all-time greats or collaborations with no less talented though relative newcomers from all areas of the contemporary music scene such as Mick Hucknall, Bitty McLean, Beverley Knight, Lemar and Katie Melua. And each track, recorded at Jamaica's Anchor studio and Eden in West London, is filled with melodic delights. There's the version of Johnny Nash's 1968 Top 5 hit, Hold Me Tight, whose infectious skank has already been wowing audiences across Europe. I'll Be Standing By, a cover of the Al Green song, features guest vocals from Lemar and is another superb example of lilting Lovers Rock, the contrast between the sweet vocals and tuff beats, plus the solid rhythms and crystalline production, making this one of many contenders for single release on Running Free. The title track, a faster-paced original composition, is a duet with UK soul diva Beverley Knight, and the male/female vocals work superbly well together. There are other boy-girl duets on Running Free: Cold Around My Heart is an original tune with a swooping, elegant melody. Don't Try This At Home, another original song, this one featuring Katie Melua, could also easily be lifted off the album for single release, with its infectious rhythm and pretty chord sequence. Then the men get a chance to shine. On Would I Lie To You, Bitty McLean, a former tape op at UB40's Dep International studios, helps turn the Charles & Eddie song, one of the most-admired latterday soul tunes, into a beautiful slice of lilting reggae. Hallelujah Time, the Bob Marley song, is no less than a Motown summit meeting, featuring as it does vocal contributions from Smokey Robinson and awaiting a vocal addition from Stevie Wonder . Don't Go, a version of the Drifters song that he's always wanted to cover, features Ali solo he even does the basso profundo "don't go's"! It's another great party tune. I Want One Of Those is another original composition, and shows Ali soaring gracefully over the melody. There's a version of Smokey's 1981 Number 1 smash, Being With You, this time with Mick Hucknall on the mic. Brave are the men who tackle Stevie's vintage Village Ghetto Land ¬ step forward, Aston "Family Man" Barrett, Ernest Ranglin and Don Yute, with extra toasting from the studio engineer's kids as Ali's social conscience shines through. Finally, Ali's brother Robin joins him for a poignant rendition of the Campbell boys' childhood favourite, Devoted To You by the Everly Brothers. "There was no compromise," says Ali of Running Free and the sense of freedom he enjoyed during recording. "I was in control. I was as happy as a pig in shit, working with my heroes. In fact, I haven't been this excited about a record since Labour Of Love." Ali Campbell Running Free - album release October 1st Hold Me Tight -- single release September 24th Running Free Track Listing 1. Hold Me Tight 2. I'll Be Standing By feat. Lemar 3. Running Free feat. Beverley Knight 4. Cold Around My Heart 5. Don't Try This At Home feat. Katie Melua 6. Would I Lie To You feat. Bitty McLean 7. Hallelujah Time feat. Smokey Robinson & Stevie Wonder 8. Don't Go 9. I Want One Of Those 10. Being With You feat. Mick Hucknall 11. Village Ghetto Land feat. Aston Barrett, Ernest Ranglin & Don Yute 12. Devoted To You feat. Robin Campbell *******www.alicampbell****/
11 Nov 2008
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UB40's Lead Singer Releases Solo Album Running Free, the new album from UB40's frontman Ali Campbell, is a reggae-soul-pop tour de force. It features The World's Greatest Rhythm Section, Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare, collaborations with some legendary singers and musicians, several sublime cover versions, and the unique voice and songwriting excellence of Mr Red Red Wine himself. With so many famous names on the record, and so many great songs, both originals and covers, Running Free, only Ali's second solo album (the follow-up to 1995's Big Love), is bound to dominate the airwaves on its release. There will even be a duet concert next year at the Royal Albert Hall guest-starring the various singers who appeared on the album, while every one of the artists has been filmed for a special 'Making Of' documentary for TV broadcast later this year. Talking of Red Red Wine, Running Free is the natural successor to UB40's best-loved album, the appropriately titled Labour Of Love, on which Birmingham's finest covered songs by their musical idols in their own inimitable style. On Running Free, Ali goes one better by inviting his musical idols to sing with him. "They were a joy to work with," says Ali of his team-ups with soul icon Smokey Robinson and reggae giants Aston "Family Man" Barrett and Ernest Ranglin. It's not surprising that Ali is so enthused: "This is a classic party record with great people on it," he says. "And it's a bunch of great songs." True enough, every track on Running Free has something to offer, whether it's partnerships with some of music's all-time greats or collaborations with no less talented though relative newcomers from all areas of the contemporary music scene such as Mick Hucknall, Bitty McLean, Beverley Knight, Lemar and Katie Melua. And each track, recorded at Jamaica's Anchor studio and Eden in West London, is filled with melodic delights. There's the version of Johnny Nash's 1968 Top 5 hit, Hold Me Tight, whose infectious skank has already been wowing audiences across Europe. I'll Be Standing By, a cover of the Al Green song, features guest vocals from Lemar and is another superb example of lilting Lovers Rock, the contrast between the sweet vocals and tuff beats, plus the solid rhythms and crystalline production, making this one of many contenders for single release on Running Free. The title track, a faster-paced original composition, is a duet with UK soul diva Beverley Knight, and the male/female vocals work superbly well together. There are other boy-girl duets on Running Free: Cold Around My Heart is an original tune with a swooping, elegant melody. Don't Try This At Home, another original song, this one featuring Katie Melua, could also easily be lifted off the album for single release, with its infectious rhythm and pretty chord sequence. Then the men get a chance to shine. On Would I Lie To You, Bitty McLean, a former tape op at UB40's Dep International studios, helps turn the Charles & Eddie song, one of the most-admired latterday soul tunes, into a beautiful slice of lilting reggae. Hallelujah Time, the Bob Marley song, is no less than a Motown summit meeting, featuring as it does vocal contributions from Smokey Robinson and awaiting a vocal addition from Stevie Wonder . Don't Go, a version of the Drifters song that he's always wanted to cover, features Ali solo he even does the basso profundo "don't go's"! It's another great party tune. I Want One Of Those is another original composition, and shows Ali soaring gracefully over the melody. There's a version of Smokey's 1981 Number 1 smash, Being With You, this time with Mick Hucknall on the mic. Brave are the men who tackle Stevie's vintage Village Ghetto Land ¬ step forward, Aston "Family Man" Barrett, Ernest Ranglin and Don Yute, with extra toasting from the studio engineer's kids as Ali's social conscience shines through. Finally, Ali's brother Robin joins him for a poignant rendition of the Campbell boys' childhood favourite, Devoted To You by the Everly Brothers. "There was no compromise," says Ali of Running Free and the sense of freedom he enjoyed during recording. "I was in control. I was as happy as a pig in shit, working with my heroes. In fact, I haven't been this excited about a record since Labour Of Love." Ali Campbell Running Free - album release October 1st Hold Me Tight -- single release September 24th Running Free Track Listing 1. Hold Me Tight 2. I'll Be Standing By feat. Lemar 3. Running Free feat. Beverley Knight 4. Cold Around My Heart 5. Don't Try This At Home feat. Katie Melua 6. Would I Lie To You feat. Bitty McLean 7. Hallelujah Time feat. Smokey Robinson & Stevie Wonder 8. Don't Go 9. I Want One Of Those 10. Being With You feat. Mick Hucknall 11. Village Ghetto Land feat. Aston Barrett, Ernest Ranglin & Don Yute 12. Devoted To You feat. Robin Campbell *******www.alicampbell****/
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An example of World Music, Dance music, studio engineering, mixing, These are only the first 2 tracks of the album (Disc 2). Track 1: Karma 4:26 Track 2: Party People 4:52
23 Oct 2009
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