1. Two unrelated motions form a pendulum. More important, uses stock footage from the DOD movie, "Marines 65" which I was pretty easily able to reduce to the three tiny clips in "Interval". Totally the first try, totally the possibly most interesting stock footage I've found in the the last hour on internet archives, but, sure enough, twas easy to clip into smaller parts, so success, and i'm uploading. (the music was an attempt to reproduce eno and fripp using amateurism and seemingly random bits of an old four track tape.

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  2. This is my latest efforts in in Windows Movie Maker. The art is from Bruegel the Elder, except when it's by Bruegel the Younger. The music is from the latest Lost Generation album. Lost Generation is an old band that has had a lifetime of members. This band had Brian Stricklin on guitar and vocals and Tom Purdon on everything else, including the recording equipment. Tom's 2013 remix restores the work, perhaps even saves it. The song was written by myself, the anonymous Brian Stricklin. But most of all, thanks to my Mom for saving the shoebox which contained the master tapes of this infamous session...

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  3. Tom's song, and beautiful playing. The title he gave it inspired this video. This is the second uploaded version. the frames progress 1 sec per frame (except in three cases that are multiples of 1 sec per frame. About 40% more images than in the last. Hopefully closer to being on the beat....

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  4. The usuals meet newgirl, the anonymous one behind her bottle and go on and on about the thing that's been killing them. Music by Tom Purdon, Lyrics by Brian Stricklin (improvised!), background vocals by Tom Purdon (also improvised). Tom plays dozens of parts on this song.

    version 2: frames run 1.54 seconds

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  5. This video is dedicated to Larry Niven, who once said, "It had to happen", and to Wendell Berry, who should it happen, could lead you back home. Yes, Harlan Hubbard is in here too, and Rachel Carson, and Ray Bradbury, and Issac Asimov. (Harlan Ellison, and Micheal Barnsley, a further salute). These are the folks who aren't surprised that asteroids hit the planet earth, and who don't treat the planet earth like they're an asteroid. Song and vocals by Brian, Drums, recording, production and remixing by Tom, movie by Brian.

    # vimeo.com/66465658 Uploaded 702 Plays 0 Comments

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