Road Ahead A New Album from Duncan Eagles & Mark Perry. Released on the F-IRE Label from Dec 2013. http://www.f-ire.com/label http://www.duncaneagles.co.uk http://www.markperrymusic.com On The CD: Duncan Eagles: Sax Mark Perry: Trumpet Sam Leak: Keys Max Luthert: Bass Chris Nickolls: Drums Plus Special Guests Ola Onabule’: Vocals Gareth Lockraine: Flute Videography by Dan Redding Album Artwork
Recently brought a Kowa 8Z anamorphic lens and I managed to use it a little bit on my last shoot, for trumpet player Andre Canniere. I love shooting time-lapses in raw and had some fun with the colours! The studio is actually the personal studio of Steve Winwood (famous British session musician)and is situated in
Terence Collie (piano), John Sam (Drums), Joe Sam (Bass) and Michael Newman (sax). Live in London 2012 I shot this with the following devices Hand held: Nikon D5100 with 35mm 1.8 lens Piano and sax from above shot: Canon T3i with 50mm 1.8 lens Drum Cam: Zoom Q3HD Bass Cam: JVC Everio something or other….
This is a short film, or mini documentary, or whatever you want to call it about a good friend, and well respected artist, who is well known throughout the London Jazz scene. The video looks at Alban’s “Art Jazzed Up” project which is a collaboration between Alban and several well respected jazz musicians, forming a
“Certain to get you tapping along…Just Awesome.” Musician Magazine “Yesterdays” Rythme Futur play jazz and swing, inspired by Gypsy Jazz, the Goodman and Shaw Swing bands and beyond with the simple intention of creating fun yet classy feature and background music. The album “Yesterdays” showcases Rythme Futur’s music with a selection of new arrangements of
“Secret Love” is a song composed by Sammy Fain (music) and Paul Francis Webster (lyrics) Dan Redding – Guitar Duncan Eagles – Sax Had a few beers for this one and it was VERY hot! That’s my excuse for slowing down so much (Sorry!). Filmed in 4k on my GH5 on 21mm zeiss lens at
DRP – Dan Redding Project Featuring: Dan Redding – Guitar Mike Bradley – Drums Bill Mudge – Keys Duncan Eagles – Sax Paul Jordanous – Trumpet This is a brand new band and a brand new composition, performed Live at Boaters in Kingston Upon Thames (http://www.boaterslivemusic.com/) on the 26th of Mat 2013. Looking to do
Little time-lapse of me setting the lighting for a shoot for the Bansangu Orchestra in Dean Street studios, setting up for their second day of recording. Great band, great studio and wonderful musicianship! Filmed on GH4 and down scaled to 4k Edited in Lightroom and Premiere Pro