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Playlist of Nell & Jim Band - Man at the Mill

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    OneMic Series - Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band - Man at the Mill

    4:54

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    Nell and Jim Band Live on Bluegrass Country Steel

    4:41

    Nell and Jim Band sing and play their song Steel in the Washington, DC Studios of Bluegrass Country Radio.
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    Host: Chris Teskey
    Video: Perry Schwartz
    Audio: Jayk Cherry

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    Nell & Jim Band - Shady Grove/Matty Groves

    5:23

    Nell & Jim Band: Jim Nunally, songwriter, guitar, banjo; Nell Robinson, songwriter, flute, vocals; Rob Reich, accordion; Jim Kerwin, bass fiddle; Jon Arkin, percussion.

    CAST:
    YHANA SIBELLE: Lady Donald 
    JAMES LIAO: Lord Donald
    BRITTNI COLEMAN: Matty Groves 
    JON DELINE: Servant
    THADDEUS MCQUEEN: Lord Donald Confidant
    ANNALISA CESARINI: Lady Donald Consort

    Production:
    DIRECTORS: Erik Johnson, Nell Robinson
    Co-Producers: Erik Johnson, Michelle Allen, Nell Robinson, Sarah Robertson
    Director of Photography: Mickey Freeman
    Assistant Camera & Lighting: Anna Newman
    Costume: Sarah Robertson
    Assistant Costume: Annalisa Cesarini
    Gaffer: Keith Anderson
    Hair & Makeup: Elisa Weeks
    Fight Choreography: Thaddeus Mcqueen

    #nellandjimband #bluegrass #shadygrovemattygroves

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    Nell & Jim Band - Steel

    4:14

    Nell & Jim Band: Jim Nunally, songwriter, guitar, banjo; Nell Robinson, songwriter, flute, vocals; Rob Reich, accordion; Jim Kerwin, bass fiddle; Jon Arkin, percussion.

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    Nell & Jim Band - Red Clay Creek

    4:06

    Nell & Jim Band: Nell Robinson, composer, vocals; Jim Nunally, composer, banjo, vocals; Rob Reich, organ; Jim Kerwin, bass fiddle; Jon Arkin, percussion.

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    Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band - Tempest

    2:45

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    The Way You Do

    2:56

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    The Way You Do · Nell & Jim Band

    Steel

    ℗ 2019 Nell & Jim Band

    Released on: 2019-02-15

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    Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band Baby Lets Take The Long Way Home

    3:25

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    Folsom Prison Blues

    2:48

    by Johnny Cash

    Nell Robinson and Jim Nunally Band
    w/Pete Grant (pedal steel), Jim Kerwin (string bass), Jon Arkin (drums)

    nell@nellrobinsonmusic.com for more info

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    Hillbilly Boy - Nell Robinson and Jim Nunally Band

    4:08

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    Pardon Me - Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band

    3:29

    Track 5 from our new record, Baby Let's Take The Long Road Home. Directed by Peter Berkow.

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    Jim Nunally and Nell Robinson w/ Rob Ickes, Old and In the Way ~ EMD, Freshgrass 2017

    5:51

    Jim Nunally and Nell Robinson w/ Rob Ickes perform Old and In the Way ~ EMD at Freshgrass 2017, MASSMoCA in North Adams, MA. Brought to you by Less Than Face Productions.

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    OneMic Series - Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band - Im Brilliant

    3:48

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    Tempest - Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band

    3:02

    Track 3 from Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band’s 'Baby Let’s Take the Long Way Home' arriving April 21. Video directed by Peter Berkow.

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    Homes Where I Long to Be - Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band

    3:16

    Track 7 from our new record, Baby Let's Take The Long Way Home. Directed by Peter Berkow.

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    Complicated HD - Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally w/Craig Eastman at Red Rocks

    2:59

    Available on Nell & Jim's new duo album, HOUSE & GARDEN.
    Buy it at Amazon and iTunes. Visit nellrobinsonmusic.com.
    Complicated composed by Nell Robinson & Gregory Beattie.

    Video Filmed by Jim W Tharp w/Talmage Williams
    79 Visions LLC -

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    Old Man at the Mill

    2:01

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Old Man at the Mill · Bif Zane

    Mama Look No Hands (Remastered)

    ℗ 2018 Randy A. Lehoux

    Released on: 2018-04-25

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Plainsong- Old Man At The Mill

    2:37

    Plainsong- Old Man At The Mill

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    Old Man At the Mill

    3:04

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Old Man At the Mill · The Compost Mountain Boys

    High On a Mountain

    ℗ 2012 The Compost Mountain Boys

    Released on: 2012-06-08

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    DittyTV INSIGHTS presents: Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band

    5:43

    Nell Robinson and Jim Nunally sit down and discuss their new music and taking the long way home.
    DittyTV is a television network that celebrates Americana and Roots styles of music. You can watch DittyTV in the comfort of your own living room on Cable TV using your Tivo equipped cable box. But the music doesn’t stop there – you can enjoy DittyTV on any connected device including SmartTVs, Roku, AppleTV, FireTV, ChromeCast, Mobiles, Computers and Tablets – you get the idea.

    We produce and broadcast our own live shows and feature videos from a variety of passionate music inspired producers. Similar to cable and satellite on-screen guides, our broadcast schedule tells you which shows will be playing at specific times of the day. Just tune in and enjoy world class Americana-inspired music entertainment from your favorite artists and artists you will love to discover.

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    DittyTV INSIGHTS presents: Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band

    6:02

    DittyTV is a television network that celebrates Americana and Roots styles of music. You can watch DittyTV in the comfort of your own living room on Cable TV using your Tivo equipped cable box. But the music doesn’t stop there – you can enjoy DittyTV on any connected device including SmartTVs, Roku, AppleTV, FireTV, ChromeCast, Mobiles, Computers and Tablets – you get the idea.

    We produce and broadcast our own live shows and feature videos from a variety of passionate music inspired producers. Similar to cable and satellite on-screen guides, our broadcast schedule tells you which shows will be playing at specific times of the day. Just tune in and enjoy world class Americana-inspired music entertainment from your favorite artists and artists you will love to discover.

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    JIMMY MAYES & MILL ST.DEPOT - SOCIAL SECURITY 1980.wmv

    4:43

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    Red Clay Creek

    6:02

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    08 Pert Near Sandstone 2013-03-03 Old Man At The Mill

    4:59

    Pert Near Sandstone live at Dante's in Portland, Oregon on 3/3/2013 performing Old Man At The Mill.

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    Old Man at the Mill

    2:36

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Old Man at the Mill · Harvey Reid & Joyce Andersen

    The Song Train

    ℗ 2010 Harvey Reid

    Released on: 2010-11-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Old Man At The Mill

    2:43

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Old Man At The Mill · Jerry Rasmussen

    Handful Of Songs

    ℗ 2006 Crystal Springs Music Co.

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    OneMic Series - Behind the Scenes @ Sun Studio

    12:24

    A look behind the scenes at John Cuniberti's OneMic series. In this video, John is setting up to record and film The Eskimo Brothers at Sun Studio in Memphis TN. The band will perform around one AEA-R88 stereo ribbon microphone.

    About the series: John Cuniberti’s OneMic series showcases recording artists performing two songs each around one AEA R88 stereo ribbon microphone. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post-production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. Also, a high-resolution 4k video is shot with one stabilized handheld camera that hovers around the performers during their live performance. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series, I will attempt to record bands with electric guitars and drums that would typically require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This single microphone technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series will demonstrate the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern recording equipment. Signal path: AEA R88 microphone – Millennia HV3c preamp – Pro Tools HDX. Sony A7rII camera with 35, 55 or 25mm lens.

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    OneMic Series - Shook Twins - WantLove

    4:50

    Recorded January 18th in Portland OR and released April 14th. Here are SHOOK TWINS. OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    Old Man at the Mill

    2:33

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Old Man at the Mill · Kalis

    Live

    ℗ 1988 Syncoop

    Released on: 1988-06-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    OLD MAN IN THE MILL by SCHLITZ CREEK @ BECKWITH PARK CONCERT SERIES in DOWAGIAC, MICHIGAN 2015

    2:08

    ......THE MILL TURNED AROUND OF IT'S OWN FREE WILL....

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    R.E.M. - ÜBerlin

    3:54

    ÜBerlin Directed by Sam Taylor-Wood, featuring Aaron Johnson

    From R.E.M.'s fifteenth and final studio album, 2011's Collapse Into Now.

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    OneMic Series - The Imaginaries - Revival

    4:40

    OneMic (the minimalist recording series) presents The Imaginaries performing around one stereo ribbon microphone at the historic Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Sheffield, AL.

    About the series: John Cuniberti’s OneMic series showcases recording artists performing two songs each around one AEA R88 stereo ribbon microphone. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post-production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. Also, a high-resolution 4k video is shot with one stabilized handheld camera that hovers around the performers during their live performance. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series, I will attempt to record bands with electric guitars and drums that would typically require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This single microphone technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series will demonstrate the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern recording equipment. Signal path: AEA R88 microphone – Millennia HV3c preamp – Pro Tools HDX. Sony A7rII camera with 35, 55 or 25mm lens.

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    Peter Rowan | Land Of The Navajo | RockyGrass | gratefulweb.com

    11:51

    Peter Rowan | Land Of The Navajo | RockyGrass | Lyons, CO | 7/28/19

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    NEIL DIAMOND - Red Red Wine

    2:39

    Got a request from a subscriber who said they could only find live versions of this song, and wanted the original 1968 studio track. Well, here it is, so enjoy!

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    OneMic Series - Quiles & Cloud - All My Trouble Gone

    5:48

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    OneMic Series - The Imaginaries - Thinking Bout You

    3:01

    OneMic (the minimalist recording series) presents The Imaginaries performing around one stereo ribbon microphone at the historic Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Sheffield AL.

    About the series: John Cuniberti’s OneMic series showcases recording artists performing two songs each around one AEA R88 stereo ribbon microphone. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post-production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. Also, a high-resolution 4k video is shot with one stabilized handheld camera that hovers around the performers during their live performance. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series, I will attempt to record bands with electric guitars and drums that would typically require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This single microphone technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series will demonstrate the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern recording equipment. Signal path: AEA R88 microphone – Millennia HV3c preamp – Pro Tools HDX. Sony A7rII camera with 35, 55 or 25mm lens.

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    OneMic Series - LYNX & the Servants of Song - Tides & Gravity

    5:01

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one AEA R88 stereo ribbon microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    Syntax Error - Depth Charged

    3:35

    Official video for Depth Charged, Sydney band Syntax Error's seventh studio release. There's a dance party going on somewhere but you can't get in.

    Syntax Error come out of the gate with all wheels on the burning road. Four-four four-on-the-floor streamlined rock-and-roll stroll. The guitars nip and snap at each other - one driving straight ahead, the other roaring and breathing smokestack lightning all around. F*ck ambience, let’s dance.

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    CREDITS
    Directors: Matthew Syres and Ben Eadie
    DOP/Camera/Edit/Grade: Matthew Syres
    The Key Dancer: Mick Lang
    The Frustrated Man: Chris Rochester
    Dancers: Maria Mustillo, Catherine Bakker, Claire Mortimer, Camilla Lawson, Joolee Eadie, Jim Edwards, Brett Schollum, Pauline Bleach, Scott Sinclair, Stephen Guille, Devina Bedford, Nicole Eggers, Jacob Serra, Shannon O'Connor, Belinda Catherine Gamack, Paul Hardrock, Geoffrey Goodes, Suzanne Habjan, Mike Sheehan, Dave Taylor, Anthony Connolly, Nell Graham, Robert Pavlacic, David Rehak, Tommasi Patelli, Sarah Barberland, Anna Mary Wheeler, Alison Fraser, Julia Brooks, Bev Frenzel, Ian Rayner, Alison Mills

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    OneMic Series - George Cole Trio - Route 66

    4:56

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    The Old-Fashioned Meeting Live

    4:02

    Brock Speer, Sue Dodge, Ben Speer, Karen Apple - Official Video for 'The Old-Fashioned Meeting [Live]', available now!

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    LYRICS:

    O how well I remember in the old-fashioned days,
    When some old fashioned people had some old-fashioned ways;
    In the old-fashioned meetings, as they tarried there
    In the old-fashioned manner, how God answered their prayer.

    Chorus
    Twas an old-fashioned meeting in an old-fashioned place,
    Where some old-fashioned people had some old-fashioned grace;
    As an old-fashioned sinner I began to pray,
    And God heard me and saved me in the old-fashioned way.

    There was singing, such singing of those old-fashioned airs!
    There was power, such power in those old-fashioned prayers,
    An old-fashioned conviction made the sinner pray,
    And the Lord heard and saved him in the old-fashioned way.

    Chorus
    Twas an old-fashioned meeting in an old-fashioned place,
    Where some old-fashioned people had some old-fashioned grace;
    As an old-fashioned sinner I began to pray,
    And God heard me and saved me in the old-fashioned way.

    If the Lord never changes, as the fashions of men,
    If He's always the same, why, He is old-fashioned then!
    As an old-fashioned sinner saved thru old-time grace,
    O I'm sure He will take me to an old-fashioned place.

    Chorus
    Twas an old-fashioned meeting in an old-fashioned place,
    Where some old-fashioned people had some old-fashioned grace;
    As an old-fashioned sinner I began to pray,
    And God heard me and saved me in the old-fashioned way.

    Music video by Bill & Gloria Gaither performing The Old-Fashioned Meeting (feat. Brock Speer, Sue Dodge, Ben Speer and Karen Apple) [Live]. (P) (C) 2012 Spring House Music Group. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Manufactured by EMI Christian Music Group,

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    Same Old Man

    3:27

    Blue Boy Orlis & The Stompers Same Old Man from the album Serf Music Copyright 2011 Southern Songs/Ozark Triangle/Trial By Fire Productions.

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    SAME OLD MAN - KAREN DALTON COVER

    3:44

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    OneMic Series - San Geronimo - Pay Day

    3:49

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    OneMic Series - The Rubinoos - Life in the Slow Lane

    3:51

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    OneMic Series - Belleville - All That I Have

    6:29

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    OneMic Series - The Rubinoos - You Dont Know Her Like I Do

    3:06

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    OneMic Series - Boo Ray - Dont Look Back

    4:37

    OneMic (the minimalist recording series) presents Boo Ray performing around one stereo ribbon microphone at the historic Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee.

    About the series: John Cuniberti’s OneMic series showcases recording artists performing two songs each around one AEA R88 stereo ribbon microphone. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post-production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. Also, a high-resolution 4k video is shot with one stabilized handheld camera that hovers around the performers during their live performance. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series, I will attempt to record bands with electric guitars and drums that would typically require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This single microphone technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series will demonstrate the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern recording equipment. Signal path: AEA R88 microphone – Millennia HV3c preamp – Pro Tools HDX. Sony A7rII camera with 35, 55 or 25mm lens.

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    OneMic Series - Essence - 1000 Pieces

    5:41

    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    OneMic Series - Essence - Black Wings

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    OneMic - the minimalist recording series by John Cuniberti demonstrates that an entire band can be recorded with only one stereo microphone in one take. Each recording session is shot in 4k video on a Sony a7RII by filmmaker Nathaniel Kohfield. What makes this series so different from other live performance videos is that the artist is in complete control of his/her presentation. This means that the sound, balance, dynamics and stereo image is decided upon at the moment of creation, not in post production. The artist (band) is responsible for the final product. There is no editing of the audio or video. It’s as honest as it can be including imperfections. This organic presentation isn’t limited to “acoustic” music as seen with live classical and folk music. In this series veteran recording engineer John Cuniberti records bands with electric guitars and drums that would normally require a multi-mic, multi-track approach. This is not the first time this has been done but this technique was quickly forsaken soon after the multi-track tape recorder was invented and with it a loss of a level of musical intimacy. The OneMic series demonstrates the positive aspects of the minimalistic recording process of the 1930s but will be captured on modern stereo recording equipment.

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    Glenn Miller - In The Mood HQ

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    Glenn Miller - In The Mood

    Picture is from the movie The Glenn Miller Story (1953) starring James Stewart

    In the Mood is a song popularized by the American bandleader Glenn Miller in 1939, and one of the best-known arrangements of the big band era. Miller's rendition topped the charts one year later and was featured in the 1941 movie Sun Valley Serenade.

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    I've been looking Glenn Miller videos and noticed that all of them have low quality, so I decided to upload this nice version of the song.

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