Posted in Uncategorized on Apr 25th, 2016
of See Hear Podcast is ready for your aural consumption.
So Tim, Bernard
and Maurice are discussing a film about a band who go on the road and…well…shit
happens. Could be any number of films? It’s a mock-documentary. Hmmm….still
leaves a couple of choices. Okay, it’s been cited as one of the greatest ever
films out of Canada. Okay, now you just have to know that we’re talking about
Hard Core Logo.
McDonald released this gem in 1996 about a punk band that reform to do a
benefit gig, then follow up with five gigs through western Canada. Different ambitions and egos collide,
medications go missing, goats get sacrificed, and home truths get told. The
film is about friendships, trust, putting on a macho face to cover insecurity,
and investigates whether you should be able to have the same ambitions and life
at 35 year old, as when you were a 17 year old.
humour, but it is certainly a darker film than the one it’s frequently compared
to, “This Is Spinal Tap”. The See Hear crew really enjoyed recording this
episode for you. They even make links to some other films you would not obviously
think to compare HCL with. What were they? Tune in and find out
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Posted in Uncategorized on Apr 17th, 2016
Back in February, Bernie and
Maurice were joined by Frank Santopadre and Tish Grier to discuss Bill Pohlad's
2015 biopic on Brian Wilson, Love And Mercy for episode 25 of See Hear.
In April, Maurice interviewed
Darian Sahanaja (Wondermints and Brian Wilson Band) for Love That Album episode
89 on the final day of Brian's 2016 tour of Australia. The last part of the
interview featured a discussion about Darian's work as musical consultant on
Love And Mercy.With Tim and Bernie's blessing, Maurice thought it would be a
good idea to present this segment as a bonus episode of See Hear.
Darian coached the brilliant Paul
Dano to play piano in a style similar to Brian, and came up with the idea to
use real musicians rather than actors to play The Wrecking Crew as they
recorded Pet Sounds. Listen to Darian discuss the creative process in his
work on the film.
If this short discussion has you
interested to hear more, look out for episode 89 of Love That Album podcast to
hear a whole lot more about Darian and his activities.
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