2324: The Making of an Underground Rock Album in 3D

2324: The Making of an Underground Rock Album in 3D
Item# 3DH-106
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This unusual documentary deals with the making of an Underground Rock CD. Not the usual entertainment television skip-over-lightly routine, this is up close, from the insider's POV, in a very immersive style - which is heightened by the use of 3D. Made by award winning 3D Video maker, Tom Koester, it follows the efforts by Chicago born, Texas raised, Underground guitarist Mike Alvarez, as he and musician friends attempt to write a 10 song CD in a single weekend.

This film was recently honored at the 5th International 3-D Film & Video Competition in Los Angeles in May 2007.

The film follows the progress of many of the songs, from initial recording, subsequent changes, and added vocals and instrumentation, including a string trio. Along the way, Mike and friends reflect on their musical past, inspirations, choices, and the nature of the Underground as a cultural force. Mike hails from that stellar lineage of Texas psychedelic that traces it's roots back to Doug Sham and Rocky Erickson.

Other sequences include live performances of two of the songs at a Sunset Strip nightclub, and complete versions of three other tunes ("Peace", "Tell Me" and "The Big Jam")


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