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Episode 21: Donna Mogavero - "Secretariat"

11/25/2017
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Every Kentucky Derby begins with the hope for a Triple Crown winner, of which there have only been 12. The greatest of these may very well have been Secretariat. I am a romantic about the sport, and have great affection for the horses involved. Behind Secretariat’s immense heart is a resilient lady who refused to give up on her dream. Penny Chenery fought family and foe alike to win her race, and ensure her horse could run his. The legend continues to be immortalized with the film...

Duration: 01:05:19


Episode 20: Will Freed - "Crossroads"

11/11/2017
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The concept that a deal with the devil could lead to fame and fortune, based on talents lent to you, is not new. Hollywood has done it many ways at various times in cinematic history. However, with the soundtrack efforts of Steve Vai, Ry Cooder, and Arlen Roth, this one is noteworthy. “Crossroads” is a dark film exploring the legend and music of Robert Johnson. This movie begs the question, once a deal of this kind is consummated, can it be reversed? Shaun Booker had been talking about...

Duration: 01:08:41


Episode 19b: Todd Greer - "U2: Rattle and Hum"

10/28/2017
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PART 2 There were few theatrically released concert films in the 1980s, and none that were embraced like U2’s “Rattle and Hum”. While watching the trailer in the theater, I got the same goose bumps Todd Greer recalls and had to see it upon release. It was pure bliss, even to this heavy metal lovin’ teenager. This film delivers both a visual and musical punch with a lot of heart. At times angry, but also with a hopeful tone, as you watch you feel like you are a part of their movement. MTV...

Duration: 00:47:31


Episode 19a: Todd Greer - "U2: Rattle and Hum"

10/27/2017
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PART 1 There were few theatrically released concert films in the 1980s, and none that were embraced like U2’s “Rattle and Hum”. While watching the trailer in the theater, I got the same goose bumps Todd Greer recalls and had to see it upon release. It was pure bliss, even to this heavy metal lovin’ teenager. This film delivers both a visual and musical punch with a lot of heart. At times angry, but also with a hopeful tone, as you watch you feel like you are a part of their movement. MTV...

Duration: 00:48:27


Episode 18: Andy Kuhar - "Singles"

10/8/2017
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How did you meet the love of your life? Are you still seeking? Did you love someone just to find out they were not “the one”? What kind of comical events or crisis brought you to know a personal connection? Is there really someone for everyone, and how do we find that one soul that completes us? Will that person accept us just how we are? Set in the backdrop of the 90’s Seattle grunge scene, Cameron Crowe’s film “Singles” explores the awkward or unlikely circumstances that allow for these...

Duration: 01:09:39


Episode 17: Tom Harker - "The Ukulele Man"

9/22/2017
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To say Moving Music was affected by the passing of Tom “Ukulele Man” Harker would be understating reality. You never anticipate editing words from a person no longer around to hear it in the body. We took a week off to breathe and think. What we came up with, we believe, is appropriate and tender enough to feel right. I have long wanted to get Ty in the other chair for an interview and this seemed like a good start. Between the two of us, it is him most affected by this afterlife...

Duration: 00:58:08


Episode 16: Tom Harker - "Five Easy Pieces"

9/1/2017
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It has been said, each one of us has a gift. These endowments are unique and just as an orchestra collaborates to yield great music, so it should be in our daily encounters. This film, “Five Easy Pieces”, illustrates one man’s struggle to see his gift as a gratuity rather than a cursed burden. Many of us struggle in this way, so instruction is needed. We now offer to you, in a teaching effort, Mr. Tom Harker’s words, as we all attempt to reconcile gift and acceptance. O Captain! My...

Duration: 01:12:12


Episode 15b: Will Newsome - "Eddie and the Cruisers"

8/20/2017
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PART 2 Chances are you have been affected by an artist that burned out, rather than faded away; the bright promise of a star that quickly emitted too much light. The pain kept within an artist that influenced the rise can assist in the fall. But what happens when an artist is smothered by expectations and not allowed to evolve? When Eddie Wilson from our next film, “Eddie and the Cruisers”, takes the chance to expose his progression only to be rejected, his solution to the dilemma creates...

Duration: 00:56:24


Episode 15: Will Newsome - "Eddie and the Cruisers"

8/19/2017
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Chances are you have been affected by an artist that burned out, rather than faded away; the bright promise of a star that quickly emitted too much light. The pain kept within an artist that influenced the rise can assist in the fall. But what happens when an artist is smothered by expectations and not allowed to evolve? When Eddie Wilson from our next film, “Eddie and the Cruisers”, takes the chance to expose his progression only to be rejected, his solution to the dilemma creates a...

Duration: 00:56:40


Episode 14: Trace Marie - "What Dreams May Come"

8/7/2017
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What happens when we die? Death will come to us all, so I am sure the answer has interest. Many look to religion and faith for answers, while others insist on scientific enlightenment. The truth is nobody really knows until you get there. How does suicide affect that path? Introduce that to the equation and the answers turn into more questions. Do soul mates actually exist? Trace Marie from the band Blue Level chose the film “What Dreams May Come” to illustrate her point of view. It was...

Duration: 00:58:17


Episode 13: Brendan Michna - "The Hudsucker Proxy"

7/23/2017
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It is said that American corporate hierarchy views it as fertilizer that’s good for growth, but often it’s really crap that stinks. True artists are rarely comfortable in such environments. Every company wants you to believe they are “outside the box”, but most are jailed squarely inside. A lack of vision and flexibility cause many to fade. Ironic that they call on artists to create marketing, yet shun the independence that makes great art. “The Hudsucker Proxy” is a reminder of how...

Duration: 01:10:21


Episode 12: Jeffrey Tayama - The Breakfast Club

7/8/2017
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Who were you in high school? Did you hang out back with the hoods, or have practice every day as a jock? Was it prepping for college that drove you, or just trying to survive while navigating a tough domestic life? Did you have a friend, teacher, or coach that affected you? Are we doomed to accept the stereotypes tendered by others? What can we learn from this study of “The Breakfast Club” with Jeff Tayama? We might find, just maybe, “each one of us is a brain, and an athlete, and a basket...

Duration: 01:01:40


Episode 11: Tom Harker - The Matrix

6/24/2017
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Prisons, walls, glass ceilings, and even pacifiers all have one thing in common, they are devices of control. On Moving Music, we have discussed liberating from even the self-imposed chains that bind. “The Matrix” stunned me in April of 1999 as I sat there watching this theme play out in a whole new visual way. The Wachowski‘s first installment in this series was mind blowing and right on target with its message. What I am sure was a metaphor for what society has become, "The Matrix" found...

Duration: 00:59:05


Episode 10: Mike Hockenberry - Gladiator

6/10/2017
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I have long romanticized the role of the revenant. A person, normally dead or near death, who is allowed to remain on the Earth to right a wrong, then slips away into the afterlife. Hollywood has borrowed from this theme several times. From Brandon Lee’s “Crow” to Leonardo DiCaprio’s “Revenant” and well before, audiences have taken this journey with fascination and wonder. The revenge story of “The Count of Monte Cristo” with only the remuneration of things set right. In a tale that...

Duration: 00:49:36


Episode 9: TJ George - Jacob's Ladder

5/26/2017
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We all dream when the unconscious brain takes over while we sleep. This dream state carries us through a nonlinear world that changes at the will of our own mind. Our hopes, fears, disappointments and desires are explored without inhibition. If it is this way while we live, what happens as we take our last few breaths? How does the mind react to dying? Do we dream, and if so, is it only about regrets or memories? Is it possible to live another lifetime of altered reality within those last...

Duration: 01:03:58


Episode 8: Chris Shaw - Garden State

5/13/2017
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Raise your hand if you know somebody who is or has been on psych meds. Ok, you can put your hands down. That was almost everybody; why? Is it that so many people are unbalanced? Could it be possible that many are over medicated and over prescribed? Are we running from issues or does the medication help us “balance” our response to the rest of the world? The answers may not be what we want to hear but to make the inquiry seems, at least, responsible. Burke and Amy, from the Columbus!...

Duration: 00:49:57


Episode 7: Chuck Oney - A Hard Day's Night

4/28/2017
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Is it possible to overstate the affect the Beatles continue to have on music, art and life? I can’t imagine so. It can literally be measured by life before and after you genuinely procure their music. John, Paul, George, Ringo, and producer George Martin changed everything. They were the lyrical voice of a whole generation and wrote the living soundtrack other artists aspire to. There will never, ever be another era of its kind. The Beatles advanced the process by which music is written,...

Duration: 01:02:45


Episode 6: Matt Buchwalter - "Legend"

4/14/2017
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In the 1980’s there was a flurry of fantasy based movies that seemed to be in every theater, year round. From "Labyrinth" to "Willow" and in between, audiences just couldn’t get enough. Ridley Scott lent his talents to one such movie, “Legend”. Ridley showcased a young Tom Cruise, just before his brother, Tony Scott, gave him the lead role in “Top Gun”. "Legend" lived within the Tangerine Dream soundtrack that included Bryan Ferry and Jon Anderson from the group Yes. That soundtrack lifted...

Duration: 00:41:16


Episode 5: Demari Faust - "Belly"

3/31/2017
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It was 1999, and Prince’s song became the year’s unofficial soundtrack as the party began. Computers had not yet made it through a new millennium and many people thought the world was going to end. The old prophesies of Nostradamus seemed to target 1999. Many movies leading up to this time event, including “Strange Days”, “End of Days”, “The Matrix”, “The Omega Code”, and “Dogma”, picked up on this theme. However, one film escaped my attention during the party. Hype Williams, the premiere...

Duration: 00:56:05


Episode 4: Eric Gnezda - "The Longest Day"

3/17/2017
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We all have family we are born with, but what of the family we choose? Eric Gnezda is the older brother I chose. We met at a local Christmas Eve radio show in 1992 and have been locked in ever since. His determination to make a living at what he loved, music and songwriting, inspired me. Through the years, Eric has proven life is a team game. Always giving, always cheering for others. We have worked together dozens of times and he has lent a big brother hand to lift me up when I have...

Duration: 00:50:25

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