From the creator of this video:
"Here is a music video I made for El Ten Eleven. Software: adobe after effects. Hardware: one log, 2 twigs and a couple of leaves."
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Stage 2 of Project Sausage Drone is to successfully parachute drop sausages. This film shows that stage in development.
Great British eccentricity at it's best
Dylan audaciously commences the title song of this album with the words "God said to Abraham 'Kill me a son'/Abe said 'Man, you must be puttin' me on'." As critic Andy Gill has pointed out, Abraham was the name of Dylan's father, "which effectively makes Bob himself the son whom God wants killed". As befits a song celebrating a highway central to the history of the blues, this is the fastest, most raucous blues boogie on the album, with Mike Bloomfield's "razor slashes of slide guitar" driving the band. The scope of the song broadens to make the highway a road of limitless possibilities, peopled by drifters and chancers, and culminating in a promoter who is trying to stage World War III on Highway 61. The fast moving boogie is punctuated by the sound of a police siren. (On the album cover, Dylan is credited with playing "Police Car".) Drummer Sam Lay (of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band) recalls that he flew in from Chicago and played drums on this one track. Lay has said that he supplied Dylan with a whistle which had a "sound like a police siren with a high pitch to it" known as a "Siren Whistle". Confusingly, Al Kooper also claims that he lent Dylan a siren that he wore around his neck, which supplied the police car punctuation for the recording. "Highway 61 Revisited" was released as the B-side of Dylan's "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" single on November 30, 1965.
Thank you, Wikipedia.
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From Kogonada is this supercut of scenes from Stanley Kubrick’s films showing his fondness for symmetrically composed wide shots.
ACMusic7 - a talented YouTube musician.
A short futuristic film by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo.
This is their graduation project from Bezaleal academy of arts.