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LiveEarth jam session at Time on Acid’s 10 year installation

Well, by all accounts the LiveEarth webcast jam session, at the inauguration of the ten year noise art installation ‘Time on Acid‘, was a resounding success!

They crashed several planes, achieved more than a few sublime moments and ventured into unforeseen vocal territory…

For those of you who missed it, you can watch the whole thing here:

LiveEarth do Time on Acid - intro

Ten Years – Time on Acid starts here…

Livearth do Time on Acid (2h50m)

Livearth 13313 session (2h50m)

…not for those with a short attention span!

Quote of the evening from Steve ‘Dr.’ Dracup: “Well I didn’t expect that to happen”!

Many thanks to Nigel Noize. Watch out for their next jam session in the67club spaceship that is Time on Acid!


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Why don’t we do it in the Road?

GroundUpSound artist Dennis Dracup composed the music for Chris Purcell’s award-winning short film “Why don’t we do it in the Road?“.

Why don't we do it in the Road?

Winner of Best Super Short at the NYC Independent Film Festival. Three cheers to all concerned!

Click here to view the promo clip.

Synopsis
An evocative portrait of one of London’s most peculiar tourist attractions – a humble pedestrian crossing in St John’s Wood. But this isn’t any ordinary piece of street furniture… a 10minute photo session back in the summer of 1969 saw to that. A couple of weeks after Neil 
Armstrong took his giant leap… the Beatles took a few short steps across Abbey Road and the rest is history.

Roughly timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ first recording session at Abbey Road Studios, this quirky short film explores a tiny part of London that has been suffused with a sort of magic.

Watch out for this and other new music releases by Dennis Dracup coming soon to GroundUpSound…


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