The Emery Sessions / A Requiem Project

  1. The eleventh in a series for The Requiem Project to promote and help restore Emery Theatre in Cincinnati, featuring Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys performing Train 45 during Mid Point Music Festival.

    Shot by Michael Wilson
    
Audio recorded by Cameron Cochran and Henry Wilson / Cincinnati Recording Service
    
Post production by Matthew Davis / e3base

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  2. The twelfth in a series for The Requiem Project to promote and help restore Emery Theatre in Cincinnati, featuring Bill Frisell and the 858 Quartet performing Not A Farmer.

    Shot by Michael Wilson
    
Audio recorded by Cameron Cochran and Henry Wilson / Cincinnati Recording Service
    
Post production by Matthew Davis / e3base

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  3. The thirteenth in a series for The Requiem Project to promote and help restore Emery Theatre in Cincinnati, featuring Buggs Tha Rocka performing Stephaine's Song.

    Shot by Michael Wilson
    
Audio recorded by Cameron Cochran and Henry Wilson / Cincinnati Recording Service
    
Post production by Matthew Davis / e3base

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  4. The fourteenth in a series for The Requiem Project to promote and help restore Emery Theatre in Cincinnati, featuring Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale performing It Hurts Me.

    Shot by Michael Wilson
    
Audio recorded by Cameron Cochran and Henry Wilson / Cincinnati Recording Service
    
Post production by Matthew Davis / e3base

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The Emery Sessions / A Requiem Project

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The Emery Sessions showcases great musical talent from Cincinnati and beyond with an interesting twist: shot live in one complete take, with one camera. Captured by photographer Michael Wilson using a Canon Mark5 II, with audio recorded and mixed by…


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The Emery Sessions showcases great musical talent from Cincinnati and beyond with an interesting twist: shot live in one complete take, with one camera. Captured by photographer Michael Wilson using a Canon Mark5 II, with audio recorded and mixed by Cameron Cochran and Henry Wilson, also known as Cincinnati Recording Service. The music and the videos were created to raise awareness about the Emery Theatre and its rehabilitation in the Over the Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati.

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