A feature film. The director of this film is a very talented man named Stephen James. I only mention that so that when he is incredibly famous, I can document the fact that I worked with him first.
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This is the scene where everyone cries in the film Certain Guys.
A Trail of Hershey Kisses
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This is the scene in Certain Guys where everyone laughs.
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A feature film, aired on The Romance Channel. One of the featured actresses in this film by Nell Cox, is Jane Krakowski from 30 Rock. She sings in the film, and has an amazing voice. Perhaps I will put that audio clip up sometime soon for her fans to hear.
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Directed by the intellectual wild child, Peter Getzels. He is the poster boy for making ADD work FOR you! I LOVED writing for him. Here are two string tracks that say everything about Peter’s taste in music – and maybe something about mine also.
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These two tracks are from a three part series for PBS called The Appalachians. The brilliant Phylis Geller produced this under the guiding hand of MariLynn Evans. Sam Green and Barbara Burst edited. The best part of this was putting together an all-star string band: Bob (Sparky) Spates on fiddle and mandolin, Chris Kosky on bass, and Paul Bell on his various guitars. I played the banjo (yes…. who knew?). The recordings were all done at Cue Recording Studios in Falls Church, VA with Ken Shubert engineering. The show premiered on Nashville Public Television in March 2005.