- a song first heard on Allison Crowe's "This
Little Bird" album - is performed by her in “Corner
Brook Café” – the very popular Rogers Television
show hosted by veteran Producer Wendy Woodland and filmed
by lensman Editor Michael
Rigler (MrShadowySouls) in Crowe’s home of Corner Brook,
processing’s chosen here by the duende of the music.
- Allison Crowe’s vocal and piano performance captured in concert on
International Women’s Day in 2008 (08/03/08) – at Turtle Recording’s 20th
anniversary celebration. Larry Anschell and Brad Graham co-engineered the audio
– showcasing Turtle’s fine-tuned mobile recording expertise heard in music
releases from Allison, Pearl Jam, Bif Naked, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden,
Sarah McLachlan and others from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. "Power-house
intense" says an European reviewer, “"the energy of 'Disease'
can easily provide electricity to a small country for a decade." http://music.allisoncrowe.com/track/disease-08-03-08 Ready to ward off
rolling blackouts where e’er they may threaten, this uniquely trans-national
creation features Allison Crowe’s live music recorded by Turtle’s dynamic duo, Anschell
and Graham, in White Rock, BC – on Canada’s Pacific coast. Visually
representing the live intensity is footage from “A Corner Brook Tidings”
– the charming 2012 documentary film directed and produced by Peter Buckle – a project graciously supported by the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council, with special thanks to
Katrina Rice, NLAC Program Officer. Buckle and his camera team crew, Ryan David
Butt and Jamie Brace, filmed Allison’s “Tidings” concert in Corner Brook, Newfoundland – on Canada’s Atlantic coast. Psychedelically fusing this
bi-coastal experience is Vimeo’s “Amoeba” enhancer.