MAK in the USA30 May 2009 at 1:25amPosts: 3645 (0 today)Status: offline
Hi Soil and thanks. . .
This was also posted. . .the WHOLE THING. . .on page 11 of the "PG covering other artists songs" thread on the General topic. . .it's great. . .I've watched the entire thing!
The Soil31 May 2009 at 8:07pmPosts: 1894 (0 today)Status: offline
Sorry, didn't know that it was posted already. Most of the time I don't read threads that already have 20 pages or so, sorry. That's just too much for me. And I also don't wanna answer threads if I haven't read all the other answers. So I rarely contribute anything on long threads.
And yeah, I've watched the whole thing too. It's simply fantastic. What a great idea that was. I wish I could get this on DVD. And I wish people nowadays would do stuff like this again.
Cimber1 June 2009 at 5:27pmPosts: 2574 (0 today)Status: offline
I believe there must be also - beside the album - a "VHS-film" of "One World, One Voice".
I need to check out the MAK-collection of links to this project one more time. MAK mentions the producer "Rupert Hine" on page 11 ("PG covers-thread") - this guy was also a guest musician on the 2nd "Real World Recording Week" in 1992 and can be heard on the album "A Week or Two in the Realworld" (a precursor of "Big Blue Ball").
Years back the album was always sorted in amongst the Real World CDs in record shops - I was always holding this album in my hands - of course I wanted to know if there`s a PG-track on it, but was not sure. I hope I can order it.
MAK in the USA1 June 2009 at 10:14pmPosts: 3645 (0 today)Status: offline
Soil. . .no problem.
The covers threads are definitely worth looking through when you have some time. . .many Lunatics contributed some very interesting things in those threads. . .Cimber being one of the many who always has some very interesting tidbits of PG information to share!
I think the current "Playing for Change" is a similar project like OWOV. . .there is a thread on the "General" forum topic about PFC.
There must be a video of OWOV available somewhere C! Hmmmmmmm. . .some diggin to do! :-]