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Dalhousie University Archives Centre for Art Tapes tape collection Musicians
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Music videos

Item consists of various music video recordings directed Peter Holt and Rick White and on-line edited by Ann Verrall, compiled together in a tape entitled "Music Videos". The tape features Eric's Trip "Girlfriend" (2 min., 15 sec.), Al Tuck & No Action "Buddah" (5 min., 10 sec.) and Eric's Trip "Sun's Coming Up" (2 min., 40 sec.).

Verrall, Ann

6015 willow

Item consists of the film "6015 Willow" directed by Mark Mullane. The film is a story about community, a house, and a very long weekend, and is a musical documentary show in Halifax in 2007. A Snapshot of the city’s indie music scene. Director of Photography: Greg Boone; Edit: Evan Elliot, Paul Hammond; Produced: Paul, Hammond, Jeffrey Parker; Directed by Mark Mullane.

Mullane, Mark

Love is and Beyond time, beyond space

Item contains recordings of two songs, "Love Is" and "Beyond Time, Beyond Space," by Divya Prabha with Prabha on vocals, Kevin MacMichael (guitars, synthesizer, cymbal); Chris Mitchell (flute); and W.C. Woods (congas). The recording was produced by Kevin MacMichael and Divya Prabha with J.B. Arseneault (sound technician) and Reg MacMichael (technical assistance) in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. The recording was mastered by Kurt Hahn of Kurtis Keyboards, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Mitchell, Chris

The babbies upstairs

Item contains a recording with 10 songs: Open Seas, Halloween, Goodbye to Summertime, Very Clean, Water Music, Milton's Blues, Martin's River, Babbalonia, Midnight/Monday, and Fly me to the Moon.

Craig, David

Neighbourhood noise

Item contains seven contributions to the Neighbourhood Noise Project, presented by CKDU Radio, the Nova Scotia Public Interest Research Group (PIRG), and Centre for Art Tapes. The contributions are all written, produced, and performed by Canadian subjects. The project was released as part of the People's Summit (P-7) event staged in Halifax, Nova Scotia during the G-7 Summit. The project invited people to submit audio-taped works on the subject of community and neighbourhoods and were compiled into a tape to play at the 00 Gallery in Halifax, Nova Scotia.