Saturday, January 5, 2013

(Until then) I'm not talking

John & Paul; George & Paul, A.C. & Neko -- some voices were born to harmonize & it's so cool when they meet up again


Alex said...

Love this. It's so great to see real people making real music.

(And when it's Carl Newman and Neko Case... that just makes it a million times better.)

Who Am Us Anyway? said...

Thanks Alex! I'm so glad you liked this as well!

Who Am Us Anyway? said...

I like the way ... things are. Seriously, I dig this video so much, & keep coming back to it so much, I'm not all that inclined to make a less interesting post to supplant it. But the thought I meant to offer up at the outset: I usually do not like cameras that move. One of the genius notions of Austin City Limits was to Quit Screwing Around With The Camera (QSAWTC). Put the sucker on a tripod and let the viewer decide what to focus on. Unless it's a solo, OK. But here the video guy or gal is moving all over the freaking place, yet to my consternation, it works.

One thing: It does feel like the camera person and video editor were really listening to the music. At times the camera is actually moving to the music. I dunno. But it works here, and is the exception that proves the rule of don't eff around with the camera when you're filming a rock band.