Video Information Directed by Mark Astorga Taken from the new album “Eclipse” Produced and mixed by Roy Z Mastered by Maor Appelbaum at Maor Appelbaum Mastering – California – USA “maorappelbaum.com “
Flor de Loto is: Alonso Herrera: Vocals and guitar Alejandro Jarrin: Bass Sergio Checho Cuadros: Quena Gabriel Iwasaki: Keyboards Alvaro Escobar: Drums
Eclipse Tracklist: 01. El Cóndor Pasa/Locomotive 02. Tempestad 03. Animal 04. Eclipse 05. Esclavitud de tu ser 06. Támesis 07. Paraíso 08. Almas Perdidas 09. Eterna Proyección 10. Líneas de Nazca 11. Bonus track: El Cóndor pasa/Locomotive (Live at Rosfest 2018)
Album Info Produced and Mixed by Roy Z (Bruce Dickinson, Helloween,etc) at Mountain View Studios, Los Ángeles CA Pre-production by Roy Z Mastered by Maor Appelbaum Recorded by Roy Z and Eddie Plegue at Dragón Verde Studios, Perú. Digital Editing by Caverao Additional Recording by Kenneth Quiroz at Lunch Box Studios, Perú. Album Cover and Booklet Artwork by Estefania Fernandez “Fania”
Fernando Perdomo just released his new music video for “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” at Abbey Road Studios featuring Diane Birch Shawn Lee and Jason and Daphna Rowe…
While My Guitar Gently Weeps was recorded and filmed at Abbey Road Studio 2 in the UK on (07-25-18) the song comes from Perdomas latest release Zebra Crossing.
Video information and credits
On July 25th, 1968, The Beatles started recording “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” in Abbey Road Studio 2 during the sessions for the legendary “White Album”.
50 years later to the day. The song was recorded again in the same studio with a group of British and American musicians.
Video Directed, Shot and Edited by Cyndi Trissel
Additional footage by Sharon Rudolph
“While My Guitar Gently Weeps”
Written by George Harrison
Produced by Fernando Perdomo
Engineered by Gordon Davidson and Fernando Perdomo
Mixed and Mastered by Zach Ziskin
Fernando Perdomo – Lead Guitar, Vocals
Diane Birch – Vocals
Shawn Lee – Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Jason Rowe – Vocals
Daphna Rowe – Vocals
Paul Stacey – Bass
Dave Bainbridge – Piano
Andy Mapp – Drums
Dave Kerzner – Organ and Mellotron
Mark Murdock – Percussion
Kaitlin Wolfberg – Violin
Ruti Celli – Cello
1. I’M HERE
2. SOMETIMES I FEEL NOTHING AT ALL
3. FIND LOVE (HOLD ON)
4. WE WERE RAISED WITH HEADPHONES ON
6. NOT MEANT TO BE
9. CROWN OF STARS
12.WHILE MY GUITAR GENTLY WEEPS
Esclavitud de tu ser was filmed more than 4000 meters above sea level, in the Marcahuasi Stone Forest, Andes Mountains, Perú with a lot of effort and with a lot of heart. We hope you like it and help us with imi diffusion. Buy your ticket to attend the presentation of new album eclipse on November 16th, at the cultural center cafae-SE. Sale to the inbox.
Esclavitud de tu ser was filmed more than 4000 meters above sea level, in the Marcahuasi Stone Forest, Andes Mountains, Perú.
Directed by Stuardo Huertas
Produced by no mercy productions
Production assistants: Julio Almeida “Ñaca” and Alfonso Chacón “ Pilón”
Taken from the new album “Eclipse”
Produced and mixed by Roy Z
Mastered by Maor Appelbaum at Maor Appelbaum Mastering – California – USA www.maorappelbaum.com
Flor de Loto is:
Alonso Herrera: Vocals and guitar
Alejandro Jarrin: Bass
Sergio Czech paintings: Quena
Gabriel Iwasaki: Keyboards
Alvaro Escobar: Drums
A beaver, a fox and a bear are in love! This is a story about love and tolerance between these three very different animals. The struggle of not being accepted simply because other people think that this ain’t normal but in the end love always wins. The song is an acoustic version of the song “Johnny the Beaver” which was released back in March on the album “Sorry for being sexy”.
The acoustic version will be digitally released on September 21st under the name “Monkey Moon Sessions”
This video is for a song called “The Marine” and was based on the true story of a U.S. Marine Corps soldier killed in Afghanistan. When his body was returned to his wife (who was pregnant with their first child) she requested to “sleep one last time by her husband’s side” in the funeral home. At her request, the Marine Honor Guard fixed her a makeshift bed beside the coffin and as the last Marine was leaving the chapel, he looked back to see her quietly crying. He turned around and went back to her and asked her if she would like him to stay for a while. She said she would like that. The Marine stepped back up on the dais beside the coffin and stood at attention. When the young mother woke the next morning, that Marine was still there….still standing at attention. Still watching over her, her unborn child and her deceased loved one.
This is a true story that won a Pulitzer Prize for best photo essay in a Colorado Newspaper. You can read that story and see the pictures that inspired this song here; http://digitaljournalist.org/issue0604/finalsalute_thumbs.html
41POINT9 wishes to pay tribute to the honor and traditions of the Marine Corps and to the sacrifice embodied by all who serve. It is for this reason all proceeds from this video will be donated to The Semper Fi Fund, an A+ rated charity that provides immediate financial assistance and lifetime support to post 9/11 combat wounded, critically ill and catastrophically injured members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families.