Here’s one of the most enjoyable music videos I have made to date. I actually made this song back in Seoul, South Korea, 2007, on one particularly beautiful morning. I was teaching some gifted students ESL at a University in the afternoons and went in and gave a demo of the song to the students. There was one great student who loved it instantly and started dancing and “grooving” in such a way that is so pleasing and affirmative for a creator to witness. It gave me more confidence in this track and I developed in more. It has great opening riff, which I originally recorded on my Fender Stratocaster. It was a great recording but I tried to make a certain vocal harmony in it, which just didn’t really add to the song and was hard to do.Continue reading “Happy Music”
So if you follow my posts you will see I made up this little tune about a year ago. I was bouncing ideas off of my friend Laurie Jean and eventually came up with this tune with a later echoing added my a high school musical friend, Stephanie Cobbe.Continue reading “And We Sing”
Well I felt inspired the other day with a new microphone plugged in so I started throwing down some tracks. It was a particular effect called AG Reverb which I really liked. It reminded of the first Reverb I enjoyed listening to on N-Track studio years ago. This effect had a “Preamp” effect included as well too. Anyways, sounded cool so it got me recording again. I must attribute some inspiration to Bach as well, especially Toccata and Fugue which I’m happily studying.Continue reading “New Creativity for a New Age”
This is a great recording and video we did for our buddy Brian who wrote this song while we were back in South Korea approximately 2002. I knew we could improve on the original recording we made back then. So it was fun a challenge to record, produce and film this song for Brian. There’s a famous singer cameo in this song as well too, Kinny, an amazing artist. Check her out on youtube.Continue reading “Linger – Brian Wiltse”
A quick & brilliant growing list of talented, professional, Soul-Friends: Continue reading “Friends of Bondaygee Arts”
The High School Blues (A True Story)
“What happens when James faces off with one of his old teachers, who berated him at his high school?
Tension and comedy, that’s what!! The story joins “Old Man Teacher” who knocks on James’ door. After the two face off, will there be forgiveness in the end? This is a little song I whipped up some time ago reflecting my high school Continue reading “The High School Blues – James Purdie”
The Worlds Stops by Brad Hampton
Here’s another sweet video we did for Kamloops recording artist Brad Hampton back in 2010. Here once again I teamed up with Curtis Good for an excellent script, which really speaks for itself. This is a very powerful song which we felt ought to be in film! So we did it! I’m surprised Brad hasn’t already shot to stardom with this amazing song. Here’s the lyrics and the story behind the song in Brad’s own words: Continue reading “The World Stops – Brad Hampton”
Old Mr. Jones – Stephen Butler
Here’s an upgraded version of Steve Butler’s heart-warming hit song and classic, “Old Mr. Jones”, which he wrote while we were back in Korea and playing in the bands, “Faded” and “Kunyang”.
Here’s the singer Stephen Butler’s Contact info on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/stephen.butler.754703?fref=ts
Great times! Great music! Read the story and lyrics below. Continue reading “Old Mr. Jones – Stephen Butler”