1. Mark Vickness Guitarist for Glass House | Guitarhoo.com

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    World, folk and progressive guitarist and co-founder of Glass House, Mark Vickness takes a multi-layered approach to playing acoustic guitars and ethnic instruments. Mark chats about the making of Glass House latest record "Long Way Down", their cover version of Robbie Robertson's "Broken Arrow", studying at the California Institute of the Arts, performing with Grammy Award winning The Turtle Island String Quartet, his unique 8 string acoustic guitars, and much more. Tech specs: 640x360 resolution, 24 fps, 1.5Mbps More interviews at: http://www.guitarhoo.com/interviews.html

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    • The Midnight Gramblers as The Band (Robbie Robertson)

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      Northampton, MA Transperformance 23: Beyond Bob. Live @ Look Park, Aug 27, 2013.

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      • Daniel Lanois: Meet The Maker (music documentary)

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        I wrote, produced and directed this film on the amazing musician and record producer Daniel Lanois. It focused on his "Acadie" record and his work with Bob Dylan, U2, Peter Gabriel, The Neville Brothers, Robbie Robertson et al and was shot completely on 16mm film. It aired in the early 90's on VH1, as part of the One to One series (for which I won 2 CableACE awards - now Emmy's). Working on this project changed my life. Dan influenced my work as a musician, but also as producer and storyteller, with his use of organic space and texture and intimacy to create subtle, dynamic power. I would love to work with him again. It also introduced me to the city of New Orleans, where I have returned countless times, as a musician, filmmaker and traveler...soaking in a vibe that exists nowhere else. 20+ years later, I have many dear friends there, including the great singer-songwriter Paul Sanchez, who was my production assistant/tour guide on the gig. We've had great times & made great music together ever since.

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        • NEIL DIAMOND ~ LADY-OH

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          LADY-OH Neil Diamond Lady-oh, Lady-oh, I walked the streets again last night I saw you in the city light Like a vision, Lady-oh Lady I, Lady I, I've been waitin' around Such a long, long time Believin' I could make you mine Just wanting you Lady-oh But here I am and there you are Much too far to even hear me Hurts a lot, You know it does, it hurts a lot Oh, Lady-oh, Am I gonna ever learn What I never learned, before City lights, city lights Burn so warm and they burn so bright But me, I walk the city night To forget you, Lady-oh (saxophone solo) But here I am and there you are, Much too far to even hear me Hurts a lot, you know it does, it hurts a lot Hey, Lady-oh, Am I gonna ever learn What I never learned before Neil Diamond 1976 Album: Beautiful Noise

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          • NEIL DIAMOND ~ JUNGLETIME

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            From his 'Greatest Hits Live' Concert at the Aquarius Theater in Los Angeles (1988). 'Jungletime' is from Neil Diamond's Beautiful Noise album (1976). For a brief period in his early years, Neil attached himself, for reasons of self preservation, to a street gang. This fleetingly brief association came to an abrupt end when young Neil was shot in the face by a CO2 pellet fired from a pellet air gun “I had a hole in my bone and I still have the scar there.” An inch higher and he would have lost any eye or even his life - "Hey, I'm checkin' out This ain't my style And it it ain't my persuasion Checkin' out, Guess I ain't built for this kind of occasion... " JUNGLETIME Neil Diamond Jungle time, Time for the fight and it's time for the fury Jungle time Settin' it right and then takin' the glory Jungle time, rumble time Baby, baby, baby, baby Baby, baby, baby, baby Strut your stuff Lay it all out Like you don't care who knows it Strut your stuff, You keep your cool While the other guy blows it Strut your stuff, hangin' tough Baby, baby, baby, baby Baby, baby, baby, baby Jungle time, rumble time, tumble time Hey, I'm walkin' proud Me and the boys Got a date with the angels Walkin' proud We and them boys Ain't exactly like strangers Walkin' proud, talkin' proud Baby, baby, baby, baby Baby, baby, baby, baby Jungle time, rumble time, tumble time Hey, I'm checkin' out This ain't my style And it it ain't my persuasion Checkin' out, Guess I ain't built for this kind of occasion Checkin' out, steppin' out Mama, mama, mama, mama, Mama, mama, mama, mama Jungle time rough, tough, tumble time Jungle time rough, tough, tumble time Jungle time rough, tough, tumble time Neil Diamond 1976 Album: Beautiful Noise

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            • NEIL DIAMOND ~ BEAUTIFUL NOISE [Home Demo & Studio Version]

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              "I had booked my usual suite at the Sherry Netherlands Hotel on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue. My daughters Marjorie and Elyn were staying with me along with my parents. One afternoon there was a large and tuneful Puerto Rican Day parade just a few floors below our window. I remember we had been drawing and coloring pictures together and going back and forth to see the parade. Suddenly, Marjorie, momentarily distracted from her art work, said 'What a beautiful noise, Dad.' The phrase struck me immediately as a possible song title for a new album I was starting with Robbie Robertson about my experiences as a young writer in Tin Pan Alley. I said to the kids, 'Hey that could be a song, let's write it after dinner when Grandma and Grandpa get here.' That evening we sat down with a small cassette recorder and my ever-present guitar and put the sounds of a city and the dreams of a songwriter into that one song. When I returned home to California I played the song to Robbie and he caught on immediately. It was the first song written for the Beautiful Noise album and really put us on the right track for the story we wanted to tell." BEAUTIFUL NOISE (Home Demo Intro) "Daddy said "Let's do 1- A of "Beautiful Noise" This is the key of D And the singers are The lead singer is Daddy Diamond (laughter) And the two background singers, the groupies Are Marjorie and Ellie Diamond. And moral support is Rosie and Kieve No, Neil Diamond! Ok here we go... BEAUTIFUL NOISE Neil Diamond What a beautiful noise Comin' up from the street It's got a beautiful sound It's got a beautiful beat It's a beautiful noise Goin' on ev'rywhere Like the clickety-clack Of a train on a track It's got rhythm to spare It's a beautiful noise And it's a sound that I love And it fits me as well As a hand in a glove Yes it does, yes it does What a beautiful noise Comin' up from the park It's the song of the kids And it plays until dark It's the song of the cars On their furious flights But there's even romance In the way that they dance To the beat of the lights It's a beautiful noise And it's a sound that I love And it makes me feel good Like a hand in a glove Yes it does, yes it does What a beautiful noise It's a beautiful noise Made of joy and of strife Like a symphony played By the passing parade It's the music of life It's a beautiful noise And it's a sound that I love And it makes me feel good Just like a hand in a glove Yes it does, yes it does What a beautiful noise Comin' into my room And it's beggin' for me Just to give it a tune Neil Diamond 1976 Album: Beautiful Noise

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              • NEIL DIAMOND ~ DRY YOUR EYES

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                THE LAST WALTZ - "The Best Rock Movie Ever Made" - Rolling Stone "It started as a concert .... it became a Celebration." The Last Waltz was a concert by the rock group The Band, held on American Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976, at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. The Last Waltz was advertised as The Band's "Farewell Concert Appearance." The event was filmed by director Martin Scorsese and made into a documentary of the same name, released in 1978. Special guest star Neil Diamond who represented the NYC-based "Brill Building Sound" (Tin Pan Alley) sang "Dry Your Eyes", a tribute to the late great Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. " "And he taught us more about living Than we ever cared to know, And we came to learn the secret And we never let it go." DRY YOUR EYES Neil Diamond Dry your eyes, take your song out Well it's a newborn afternoon And if you can't recall the singer Can you still recall the tune Dry your eyes play it slowly Just like you're marching off to war Sing it like you always wanted Like you sung it once before And from the center of the circle To the midst of the waiting crowd If it ever is forgotten Sing it long and sing it loud And come dry your eyes And he taught us more about living' Than we ever cared to know And we came to find the secret And we never let it go And it was more than being holy Oh it was less than being free And if you can't recall the reason Can you hear the people sing Right through the lightning and the thunder To the dark side of the moon To that distant falling angel That descended much too soon Come dry your eyes Dry your eyes take your song out It's a new born afternoon And if you can't recall the singer You still recall the tune Come dry your eyes Come dry your eyes Dry your eyes 1976

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                • TCM This Month June: Spaghetti Westerns/W.C.Fields/Michael Curtiz

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                  The challenge: combine W.C. Fields, Spaghetti Westerns, and the films of Michael Curtiz in a cohesive and meaningful way. "I had a blast cutting these 2 minute and 1 minute promos for TCM with writer/producers Kelli Christiansen and Scott McGee many years ago" says editor Michael Koepenick. "The music and the VO by Robbie Robertson really help to create the perfect mood for murder, mayhem and a few good laughs". Ben Prisk did a great job providing the graphics.

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                  • Polytoxics' The Last Waltz Revisited "Rag Mama Rag" w Micha Guy 11/21/2012 @ The Ogden Theater, Denver CO.

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                    Polytoxics' The Last Waltz Revisited "Rag Mama Rag" w Micha Guy 11/21/2012 @ The Ogden Theater, Denver CO. Rag Mama Rag by Robbie Robertson and disputed by The Band & Levon Helm Micha Guy-vocals, Bridget Law-fiddle "Rag Mama Rag" is credited solely to Robbie Robertson. However, Levon Helm claims that the song was a group effort.[3] The song has an improvised feel.[4] The Band initially attempted to record the song in a straight forward manner, but it didn't sound right to Robertson. So drummer Levon Helm moved to play mandolin, pianist Richard Manuel played drums, bassist Rick Danko played fiddle and producer John Simon played tuba, while organist Garth Hudson played upright acoustic piano in a ragtime fashion.[4][5][6] Helm sings the lead vocals.[7][8][9] Although a fan favorite, originally the band didn't think that highly of the song, recording it almost as an afterthought.[4] Robertson claims that "It didn't have very much importance until we recorded it, but it showed something else we could do, in a style that didn't exist."[4] In The New Rolling Stone Album Guide, Matt Kemp described "Rag Mama Rag" as a "rural dance tune." The 8th Annual Last Waltz Revisited ~Set O~ 01. Alice's Restaurant ~Set I~ 01. Intro Music 02. Up On Cripple Creek 03. Life Is A Carnival 04. Further On Up the Road 05. Forever Young 06. Mannish Boy 07. Down South In New Orleans 08. Evangeline 09. Mystery Train 10. Rag Mama Rag 11. The Shape I'm In 12. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 13. Atlantic City 14. Caravan 15. The Weight ~Set II~ 01. Who Do You Love? 02. This Wheel's On Fire 03. It Makes No Difference 04. Slippin' and Slidin' 05. Coyote 06. Stage Fright 07. Dry Your Eyes 08. Get Up Jake 09. Chest Fever 10. Don't Do It 11. Tura Lura Lurai 12. Baby Let Me Follow You Down 13. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 14. Helpless 15. Ophelia 16. Such A Night 17. I Shall Be Released Buck Perigo opener - "Alice's Restaurant" POLYTOXIC HOUSE BAND: CR Gruver, piano/organ/vocals Tori Pater, stunt guitar/vocals DRUMMERS: SET I: Andy Clapp, Chris Sheldon SET II: Tom Piercy, Jake Wolf BASS PLAYERS: SET I: Michael "Spanky" McCluer, John Qualley, Brian Adams SET II: Edwin Hurwitz, "Fleeb" Keith Thomas, Jonathan Meadows HORN PLAYERS: Scott Handler, trumpet Kevin Buchanan, trombone Darren DeLaup, tuba Jeremy Wendelin, tenor/soprano saxophone Paul "Dr. Poz" Cohen, tenor/soprano sax Pete Wall, tenor/soprano sax GUEST MUSICIANS: Buck Perigo - guitar/vocals Adam Kilgus - guitar/vocals? Peter Stelling - guitar/vocals Jessica Goodkin - vocals Christie "CC" Chambers - vocals Aaron Rose - vocals Ted Tilton - keys/vocals Mike Studeny - harmonica/vocals Bridget Law - violin?/vocals Ethan Ice - keys Micah Guy - vocals Robbie Peoples - hamonica/vocals Josh Elioseff - harmonica/vocals Patrick Latella - guitar Paul Murin - guitar/vocals Trevor Jones - guitar/vocals Damon Wood - guitar Cheyenne Kowal - vocals Marcy Baruch - guitar/vocals Dan Walker - guitar/vocals Tanya Shylock - vocals James Dumm - guitar Zach Daniels - banjo Miles Guzman - harmonica/vocals Evan Sitchler - guitar/vocalsr Dewey Moffit - guitar/vocals Adam Hill - guitar/vocals SOUND ENGINEER: David Tash

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                    • The Cloud People

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                      About This Film: For a number of years I had dreamed of making this short film. \ Finally, I accumulated the imagery I needed (for at least a viable first cut) and latched onto a pocket of free time – so I simply went at it. \ By no means "finished and refined" – but eminently sharable, for it does offer an ever timely message that I believe deserves to be voiced. \ A trip to northern New Mexico (my first) provided the "kick-start" I needed, as the majestic skies and visually and spiritually resonant landscapes brought me ever closer to "The Cloud People." \ Enjoy!

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