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Midnight (Version 02) - Allison Crowe
When Allison Crowe and her then-trio, Dave Baird on bass and Kevin Clevette on drums, were starting to roll internationally -- film director and Hollywood+ Steadicam veteran Alex Postowoi offered to shoot a band video. The song chosen for Allison's first, and only, "story" video was "Midnight":
Tami Mancey and Josh Dahling were the lead actors. Full credits and this charming video itself can be found @
To add to the aural fun, at White Rock, BC's Turtle studios Allison's trio was joined on mandolin by Robert Ford, of Canuck Celtic rock legends, The Stoaters, as well as Hammond wizard Darryl Havers (Ferron, Alan Doyle, Brickhouse, Raffi+). With some additional support from "One-take Eddie" Johnson, percussion, and Larry "Turtle" Anschell handling guitar and production -- Midnight "The Single" was born. This (2002) was no longer the heyday of "music television", but, it still was a place many bands and fans looked to connect. Canada's counterpart to MTV passed on playing "Midnight" -- deeming it "too country".
With Allison about to join Karen Sparkes and Gerri Lynn Mackey, personable hosts of CFCB 570AM Radio, home to new and classic country music, for an on-air chat, the memory brings forth a chuckle :)
Grab a sarsaparilla and kick back - here's "Midnight", as performed by Allison Crowe and friends, sounding as fresh and invigorating as the day they all came together.
Seems some browsers and operating systems respond differently to things and, so, should you have any problem watching the live-action "Midnight" video directly on the site of film-maker, Alex Postowoi, we've made a page on Allison Crowe's home-site which may provide additional viewing options: http://www.allisoncrowe.com/news120621.html
IMAGE: Johnny Cash, the cat in black, and Allison Crowe, the Music Director, discuss packing up their things for the move to Cow Head for this Summer -- where Allison and the cast and crew of "Newfoundland Vinyl" will rock TNL's Gros Morne Theatre Festival with musical fun. Yes, you do notice shades of Blonde on Blonde in this pic...