This Fab Faux recording of most of side two of 'Abbey Road' is a live, in-the-studio performance for a two-camera video shoot. It was originally recorded for The Howard Stern Show and only the audio has been broadcast - until now. Howard and company were kind enough to let us video tape the session.
In the end, there were only three minor guitar fixes and each section was recorded in no more than three takes (most were two).
There are NO added overdubs within this performance.
The audio is pure - and mixed by Joe Chinnici.
Thanks to video director/editor Robert Noonan and assistant videographer, Luke Noonan.
Special thanks to Carl, Frank, Jeremy and Barre - our incredible crew.
Thanks to all at Sirius Radio and especially Howard Stern.
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The previous film had such a positive response that I felt compelled to post the rest.
In these short clips you see more of an interaction between my grandparents. As someone who never really knew his grandfather; these reels of film have really let me feel related to him and the rest of my family, too.
Thank you to all the positive comments and support!
Shot by my grandfather on his Bell & Howell Filmo using 16mm Kodachrome film stock. This footage was taken a year after the California theme park opened.
It was quite a surprise going through this and seeing my grandmother meeting Walt Disney himself! I've been doing my best to find out what they were shooting at the front of the park. So far I've been unsuccessful.
Transferred to HD (1080PsF 23.98) myself off a Spirit and Color Corrected using a da Vinci 2k Plus. Slowed to 18fps to match the original film speed.