I’ve been having a ton of fun playing around with video stuff lately, so here’s a new lyric video for my song “Premiere” from way back in 2009. (I swear I’ve got a bunch of new songs coming later in 2015!)
If you like the video, please give it a thumbs up on YouTube.
This lyric video of the Manhattan skyline was made with images from Unsplash.com, licensed under Creative Commons Zero.
Thanks to the following photographers for the free usage of their beautiful images:
1. Greg Shield — photo of One World Trade Center with blue sky
2. Matt Wiebe — intro photo of NYC skyline
3. Jonas Nilsson Lee — Manhattan skyline with MetLife Building
4. Carli Jeen — concluding photo of NYC skyline with blue sky and clouds
5. Björn Simon — coin-operated viewing machine photo and wide black & white NYC cityscape photos
6. Philipp Henzler — wide NYC skyline by daylight photo
7. Anders Jildén — stark B&W of Empire State Building
8. Wojtek Witkowski — photo of daytime NYC skyline longwise down Manhattan, w/ Flatiron Building
I made the various title cards with WordSwag.
The song “Premiere” was recorded at Rob Stroup’s 8 Ball Studios and was released on my album MOVIE THEATRE HAIKU.
It was produced with Rob Stroup, mixed by Jeff Stuart Saltzman, and features:
Rob Stroup – Drums, background vocals
Rachel Taylor Brown – background vocals
Benny Morrison – clarinet
Steve Keeley – violin
Chris Robley – guitars, bass, piano, vocals, theremin
You can purchase it on CD or hi-quality download at CD Baby.