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Day 28 – “Park Slope (In The Eye)” by Matt roi Berger

August 6, 2011 Leave a comment

Alas, I miss the place already. Though clearly Mr. Berger does not! Check his anti-slope anthem which was honestly one of the most fun to shoot (and probably most ridiculous to watch).


Park Slope (In The Eye)
Matt roi Berger
Directed by Michael Raynes

Shot in the basement of Berger.
Special Thanks to Robinson Deckert for the use of the green screen.

Day 25 – “Lighter” (NEW) by Jonny B Goodman and the Area Men

August 3, 2011 Leave a comment

Here’s a brand new version of “Lighter” by Jonny B. Goodman and the Area Men.


Lighter
Jonny B Goodman and the Area Men
Directed/Shot by Michael Raynes
Edited by Kevin Chew & Michael Raynes
Featuring actors: Leo Fallon, Alec Signorino, Gabrielle Miller, Flannery Spring-Robinson, and Pamela Karp

Shot at Judson Memorial Church

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Day 23 – “Call it a Crime” by Jonny B Goodman and the Area Men

August 1, 2011 Leave a comment

What was our first video of 2011 is our first video of this month. Happy August everyone!


Call it a Crime
Jonny B Goodman and the Area Men
Shot/Edited by Joe Del Balzo
Featuring Jonny B Goodman, Joe Del Balzo and substitute Area Men: Matt Ford as bassist BJ Cantlupe, Ted Jacobs as pianist Dan Papson, and Wooden Rooster as drummer Greg Harris

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Day 8 – “No More, No Less” by Jonny B. Goodman and the Area Men

July 17, 2011 Leave a comment


No More, No Less
Jonny B. Goodman and the Area Men
Directed by Steph Ching

The Area Men are:
BJ Cantlupe
Dan Papson
Greg Harris
Joe Del Balzo

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Number 2 – Natty Blue

July 11, 2011 Leave a comment

You might’ve seen this guy playing in a NYC subway station or at a bar downtown.  Either way, live is definitely the best way to see Brother Han.  In an effort to bring you that experience, here’s your own private rooftop show!


Natty Blue
Brother Han
Directed by Steph Ching
Shot/Edited by Cory Stambler
Special Thanks to Joshua Bridge for the sweet location

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Video #26 – “Natty Blue” by Brother Han

March 3, 2011 1 comment

Above it all

Aaand we’re back. Well, finally we’ve got our next video coming at you from a beautiful rooftop in one of my favorite neighborhoods, the LES.

We spent the day with Brother Han spreading his sweet tunes around midtown and ending with a private rooftop concert for the pigeons, a couple construction workers across the way, a woman draping laundry across her fire escape and one very receptive tenant from the floors beneath our venue. Of course wherever we shot, mini crowds would gather to hear this guy play.

So there it is, nothing formal, the epitome of how it’s DONE in NYC. This video is a little of the hustle and a lot of spectacular shots (by super DP, Cory Stambler) set to the backdrop of our city. The song itself has soulful lyrics, feel good rhythms and a ridiculously catchy chorus. With the added bonus (and challenge) of being a live recording. And who doesn’t love a Dylan-style harmonica setup? I’m sure you’ll be hearing more from Brother Han before too long.

Be sure to catch Brother Han next Wednesday, March 9 at the Bitter End (149 Bleecker). Show starts at 9pm!

Special thanks to Joshua Bridge for the venue and Alan Kudan and Spencer Shangkuan for hooking us up equipment wise.

Video #19 – “Call it a Crime” by Jonny B Goodman and the Area Men

January 4, 2011 1 comment

New Year, New Videos!

Happy New Year friends! Here’s the first official video of 2011 featuring early Jonny B Goodman and the Area Men, “Call it a Crime” Shot/Directed by filmmaker and band member Joe Del Balzo in MD outside of DC. Watch this video and you’ll feel like you’re back home with your best high school friends shooting the shit too.

And while three of the four Area Men couldn’t be present for the shoot itself, they had admirable stand-ins: Matt Ford as bassist BJ Cantlupe, Ted Jacobs as pianist Dan Papson, and Wooden Rooster as drummer Greg Harris.

So check out this goofy video for a catchy song that looks like “Jib Jab” made it before they got a hold of Flash.