I kept looking for me in the background I have heard that some of the movie may have been filmed on Hwy near Heltonville. I tried posting a huge amount of information twice and it disappeared.
I'm not doing it again. I researched the movie frame by frame 3 years ago to prepare for an annual ride I put on for the club and once for the IU Summer Freshman program. Our club is thinking of marketing this for Bloomington Conventioneers. I was an extra in the movie Got my W2s from 20th Century Fox that year I am almost certain that the scene where Cyril and Dave are walking together is near the Fairview Elementary School.
I am not certain which side or street. But if I remember correctly that 'view' is still much the same. That was his actual middle name. Yes, I am a library science student I made a pilgrimage to Bloomington in and visited almost all of these spots. It took a long time and several requests of locals to find the quarry, but we made it and have the photos to prove it.
I've seen the movie more than times and know it by heart I'm a college professor and have used the movie in my classes since It was a treat to visit all of these locations. The info on this site sure would have been helpful then! I grew up in Bloomington- born there the year this was filmed. My mother's maiden name is Kathy Bennett, same as the lead girl in the movie; and my uncle Bill is the light-haired fellow who flinches from the gunshot that starts the race. As they continue walking, you can see the neighborhood behind the school that includes my cousin's grandmother's house.
They are walking on the north side of the street. Templeton was torn down and replaced in the early '90s or late '80s. I grew up in Bloomington. I went to Fairview Elementary from '' That view never existed at Fairview. Fairview was also torn down and replaced at least years ago. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. The label was founded in as "an answer to all the counterfeit rubbish that overflows the market," to the purpose of giving a wider audience the chance to hear great records that might be unaffordable for most as originals and unheard up to now because of their rarity. Little Wing records and compact discs were produced very carefully. Cover art and graphics were conceived in an early seventies tradition and necessary efforts are taken to guarantee the highest fidelity while remaining true to the intended sound of the master source.
The label dedicated itself to the release of important but lost music of the seventies. More at www. We trust this will suffice as a satisfying example of the way OHO music has been affected by our involvement with and within GC. Check out the Bratt TV video at www. Graboski Bass: Steve Heck. All are found on "Vitamin OHO. Spat upon too often to maintain a sanitary institution, she was eventually evicted. We tried to get close that we might breathe in the air around him.
Inspired, I went home and composed this song. Please find it a fitting tribute to one of the best groups ever. Personnel same as 3. Featured are some unusual time signatures and our trademark lyrically obtuse pontification.
Epic in proportion, engineer and co-producer John Ariosa ran the entire mix through a prototypical delay device, the Marshall Time Modulator, the inventor of which Mr. This Vintage disc features the original recordings in their intended sequence, now including 15 "bonus" tracks from the original sessions that were omitted from the original record due to the then prohibitive cost of releasing a double LP.
The Vintage package includes extensive liner notes and hermeneutics in a page booklet along with credits, lyrics, anecdotes, "classic" quotes, poems, period photographs and much more.
This 74 minute CD comes housed in high gloss tri-fold Pepto Bismal-pink digipak cover! OHO guitarist Jay Graboski worked closely with the Vintage label overseeing the new digital remastering of this classic material that is now over 36 years old. Like the Residents, these guys seem to be an artistic collective of some sort having released albums, a single, various compact discs, DVD's, tapes and literature demonstrating their own demented aesthetic.
The original edition of this great album has reached its current staple status on the collector circuit where it usually commands a substantial minimum bid. Here is experimental cabaret Voltaire at its most befuddling. Probably the finest example of non sequiter not-high-art pre RIO since The Fugs Electromagnetic Steamboat or The Mothers' Absolutely Free, this is one of those records that will keep you guessing for the entire 74 minutes the laser is on the disc.
Pepper's for advanced listeners. Recommended to all who can release themselves from common sound structures and lend their ears to fantastic, almost avant garde, progressive, varied and inspired '70's music,. Dare to enjoy and take part in it!
Honor those who deserve to be honored. OHO gets the gold! There are jams in the progressive vein that really get up there in high gear, loads of analog keyboards, horn sections that includeded members of both the Stan Kenton and Don Ellis bands and most of all, complete zaniness.
It's an excellent album really, so fascinating and extreme. This Baltimore group is the best group of the 70's that I know of, if not the very best 70's band of all. Wells' birthday party. OHO: an artistic collective of musicians and artists based in the Baltimore, MD area who interweave sophisticated songwriting, slashing lava-like guitarism, and muscular rhythms with stunning female vocals, lush production, and state-of-the-art basement technology. The ensemble has existed since Both albums are being offered at bargain prices and are guaranteed to urge your spirit to soar from "over here to over there.
We hope in the future that all other bands will also adopt this title in a showing of solidarity. The lyrics, in the best prog tradition, are dense and, like the music, definitely swirly. As one might imagine, the years have brought changes, and for the period covered by this release OHO was a trio with various other musicians revolving through the lineup, fronted by a succession of female singers.
The disc starts off with 3 tracks of recent vintage with vocalist Jane Brody at the fore. From there we go back further in time with Grace Hearn--who occasionally sounds a bit like Stevie Nicks; songs here are a bit more earthy, many having a less acoustic, more produced pop character. Many gems here as well, but the overtly psychedelic and 'live' closer 'Dream Lifted Up' is a standout. Fans of finely crafted female fronted pop will surely enjoy 'UP.
This is intelligent power pop for the new millennium. Truly innovative, their sound is energetic, 'BIG,' produced without being overly so and professional, having elements of pop, folk, jazz, celtic and rock and all with an alternative twist. David Reeve's rhythms are alternately flowing and funky, and are set beneath daring and creative melodies, excellent instrumentation and fantastic female vocalisation, ideally suited for OHO's tendency to employ minor chords.
Even with their dark and sometimes spooky sound, the feeling is upbeat. There are also sparkling guitars ala Lindsey Buckingham , Steve Carr's grumbling bass some of the best ever and J. Graboski's thoughtful lyrics. As produced as this CD appears to be, the soul remains intact. It's as if the band members and 29 guest artists have put themselves fully into this project and have given themselves away.
One of the best things about the OHO recordings is how good they sound Man, this stuff is FUN! The confidence of their presentation kept my attention reeling. Their music had reached that zone of objectively fine quality. Bright and tuneful, the selections here arrive right on time, hitting the basics of contemporary pop, but adding just enough of a twist to grab your attention and hold it.
OHO sneaks around the musical conventions that have mummified so many others, unleashing sliders where you'd expect curve balls, fastballs where you'd expect change-ups. OHO sneaks around the conventions that have mummified so many others. A fine testament to a band in which to clearly believe.
With 'UP' OHO proves again that it can produce vocal-driven folk rock while still delivering the musical goods that have led to their long and successful career. All of a sudden you have to adjust to a major shift in your lifestyle. Yet there still might be a number of ways we can eff this up, but only after we dispense with any and all consideration for our record company, our manager, our attorney, our fans and especially the other band members, their sacrifices, work, monetary investment and the 5 years of TIME it took the team to get to this watershed.
I am thinking of a 4 letter, actually 5 in the plural word to accurately describe the "perps" but this word may be insufficient, as they then lacked the requisite depth and charm for it to totally apply.
If you're not ready for the genie, then don't rub the lamp. It's almost unfair to pick highlights, there are so many. DVD tracks are as follows:. It's almost unfair to pick highlights there are so many , but I defy anyone to get 'Angels' out of their head after one listen. There's an MTV clip, and the closing rendition of 'The Secret' performed for school kids is precious as can be. Join Sonicbids today to get full access to view profiles and message members directly.
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