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Concert (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Concert (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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'Concert' (USA, 2012; 61 minutes) Set at a benefit concert, music, art and creativity merge in this introspective cinematic look into the world of an American singer-songwriter, Richard Warren Rappaport, where every song has a story and every story has a song. 'Concert' was borne out of a live acoustic solo concert benefit performance. Our purpose was to develop a documentary that addressed the question as to why artists create their works and, in this case, what drives an artist to write a musical composition, whether it is based upon political, social or personal reasons. In this respect, our goal was to provide an introspective and reflective story of the genesis of original music, it's importance to the creative process and the significance of the message to be delivered. To accomplish that, we conducted a series of interviews during and following the concert on why each song was composed and what the artist meant to convey to the listener. In the end, we wanted our audience to understand the texture that lives within a musical composition, the mosaic of stories that unfold in each song, and the artistic relevance of music to our world. We hope that in 'Concert,' we've accomplished that goal. The Director: Richard Warren Rappaport is a BMI-affiliated artist, songwriter and publisher who wrote and directed "Concert." He has performed his music on television, radio and onstage, and at numerous events in support of the arts, including the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, and the Steinway/BMI Music and Arts Showcase series. He believes in the importance of ongoing discussions on topics and issues facing the entertainment industry today, and supports the music industry and emerging and established recording artists within it. He is active in civic, community and charitable organizations in South Florida, New York and Los Angeles. "Concert" was produced by Richard Warren Rappaport and Robert Berkowitz. René Katz was the executive producer. René Borroto was the art director, editor and cinematographer, and supervised lighting design. Ms. René Katz appears courtesy of "Hello Hollywood." Technical Notes: The entire film was shot using three different types of camera technologies: Sony XDCam HD, Sony HDV and Panasonic high definition DSLR systems. Studio sequences were shot using two synchronized cameras. On-location footage and interviews were shot film style with one DSLR camera that incorporated prime lenses. The high definition video post-production, effects, color grading and audio mixing were produced using the Apple (TM) Final Cut Pro editing system. "Concert" was filmed on a studio soundstage before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film. Two acoustic guitars were used for the performance: a Nashville class Gibson Hummingbird and a shallow body Ovation. A Gibson Dove acoustic guitar was also used for filmed interviews outside the studio. During the concert, the guitar and vocal performances were recorded on separate tracks simultaneously, then digitally engineered, mixed and mastered in the editing process at Multivision. "Concert" is a Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., production and A Top New York Label Film, in association with Multivision Video and Film. "Concert" had it's world premiere at the historic Cinema Paradiso at the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival, and it's international premiere as the opening night film at the DocMiami International Film Festival. "Concert" has also been shown at numerous industry and private screenings, including the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the American Bar Association's Third Annual Legal Symposium on the World of Music, Film, Television and Sports, and the prestigious Women in Film / Los Angeles Independent Film Series. The Music Soundtrack and Liner Notes for "Concert" 1. "Great Rock 'N' Roll" (2:38) From the 'American Pop II' original soundtrack. Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts &Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 1975, 1978, 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Originally recorded at Track Studios, Silver Spring, Maryland, and engineered by Mark Greenhouse and Bill McCullough, Greenhouse-McCullough Productions, Washington, DC. Produced by Richard Warren Rappaport, Bruce Rappaport and Robert Rappaport. Lead vocals and rhythm guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Accompaniment by Steuart Smith on guitar and Bruce Rappaport on guitar and background vocals. The original master recording was engineered and mixed at Track Studios, Washington, DC, mastered at Masterphonics, Nashville, and distributed for A Top New York Label by Universal Distribution, Philadelphia. Re-engineered and mixed at New River Studios, Ft. Lauderdale, and Crescent Moon Studios, Miami, and digitally engineered and mixed by the late legendary producer Tom Dowd at The L. Austin Weeks Center For Recording and Performance at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. Re-mastered by Michael Fuller, Fuller Sound, Miami. Once re-released, "Great Rock 'N' Roll" became the opening theme for the television show "Hello Hollywood," which aired on WHDT-TV Television, West Palm Beach, and is presently showcased on iStudioi.com. 2. "New York Nights" (2:41) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 3. "Louisiana Way" (3:01) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 1975, 2004, 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 4. "Country Cowboy" (3:14) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music by Richard Warren Rappaport. Lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport and Rene' Katz. Copyright 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 5. "Ballerina" (3:03) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 6. "Sail Into The Sun" (3:10) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 1975, 1978, 2011, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 7. "Magic Man" (2:24) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 1977, 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 8. "'Round and Around" (2:47) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport and Bruce Rappaport. Copyright 1976, 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 9. "Great Rock 'N' Roll" (3:35) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts &Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 1975, 1978, 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 10. "There's Nothing Like an Evening with the Radio" (3:11) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport and Bruce Rappaport. Copyright 1972, 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 11. "Miami Nights" (2:38) Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 2006, 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Filmed before a live audience at Multivision Video and Film, Coral Gables, Florida. 12. "Sail Into The Sun" (3:15) From the 'American Pop II' original soundtrack. Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 1975, 1978, 2011, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Originally recorded at Track Studios, Silver Spring, Maryland, and engineered by Mark Greenhouse and Bill McCullough, Greenhouse-McCullough Productions, Washington, DC. Produced by Richard Warren Rappaport, Bruce Rappaport and Robert Rappaport. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Accompaniment by Steuart Smith on guitar and Bruce Rappaport on guitar and background vocals. The original master recording was engineered and mixed at Track Studios, Washington, DC, mastered at Masterphonics, Nashville, and distributed for A Top New York Label by Universal Distribution, Philadelphia. Re-engineered and mixed at New River Studios, Ft. Lauderdale, and Crescent Moon Studios, Miami, and digitally engineered and mixed by the late legendary producer Tom Dowd at The L. Austin Weeks Center For Recording and Performance at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. Re-mastered by Michael Fuller, Fuller Sound, Miami. The re-release of "Sail Into The Sun" was co-produced with Howard J. Wiener, President, Wiener Entertainment International LLC, and was subsequently released in the Fall of 2008 on ATNYL / A Top New York Label, with national promotion by South Beach Marketing & Promotions, Inc. (SBMP). "Sail Into the Sun" became a Top Twenty hit on the national Friday Morning Quarterback (FMQB) Adult Contemporary Charts. "Sail Into The Sun" is dedicated to the HOPE Public Interest Resource Center at the University of Miami School of Law, Coral Gables, Florida. HOPE assists in preparing law students for the array of public interest opportunities at the law school and provides guidance and training to those students who are dedicated to community service and advocacy in order to assist underserved and at-risk populations locally, nationally and internationally. 13. "Louisiana Way" (2:39) From the 'American Pop II' original soundtrack. Courtesy of ATNYL / A Top New York Label, Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc., Rappaport Bros. Publishing (BMI). Music and lyrics by Richard Warren Rappaport. Copyright 1975, 2004, 2010, Richard Warren Rappaport. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Lead vocals and guitar by Richard Warren Rappaport. Originally digitally engineered and mixed by the late legendary producer Tom Dowd at The L. Austin Weeks Center For Recording and Performance at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. Later engineered, mixed and mastered by Will Edwards, Sprockets Music, Miami. Re-mastered by Michael Fuller, Fuller Sound, Miami. Co-produced by Richard Warren Rappaport, Will Edwards and Ken Atchity for the CBS Television Movie of the Week, "The Madams Family: The Truth About The Canal Street Brothel." "Louisiana Way" was subsequently placed in consideration for an Emmy ™ nomination through the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences™ for best original source music in a motion picture soundtrack for television.

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Kunstenaar: Richard Warren Rappaport
Titel: Concert (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Genre: Pop
Kenmerken: Duplicated CD
Releasedatum: 27-10-2011
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 885767920231
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