Yesterday's video shoot for "Carney's Lake" went off great, with overcast Texas skies and filthy pond water. Initial looks into James Villa's viewfinder show this one will make a clean addition to the videologue.
I would like to submit that time is not relegated to an important frame within the human psyche during the hours leading to rest, but rather that creative energy is stored in the brain seemingly for release only in early waking hours.
If the creator of said energy is one inclined to production of thought, then that time is spent justly winding the spindle of what may later be physical product. However, if that person does not focus thought, then such ideas may be ones that drive a mind to madness.
The El Villa is back at it, and this time he's zero-ed in on "Carney's Lake". An upright piano, water mixing to a shoreline, firecrackers, and grain...thick grain.
Powerplants and gypsies will be left out of this one, but the suppression of literal memory will be omnipresent as surreal visualizations characterize a bulk of the storyboard. This will not be an interpretation of a music video from your Uncle Bob's film school, but rather a live wire act from singularly flightless birds.
Poisoning the Medicine Tree came out 3/28/11. This is the debut CD from W. A. Fite. Poisoning the Medicine Tree is a CD which an artist has crafted in that need to step out, only to find they've stepped into the Twilight Zone. Who is W.A....(read more)