Spoken word videos on various subjects.
Everson Coleman on Cinema – Episode 01 – DEAD OF NIGHT (1945)
Frank and I have a long history with the movies, and with each other. This is our first video podcast together. It's about our first date, in third grade, watching DEAD OF NIGHT at one of my father's long-running Saturday night screenings in our living room. We are both quite passionate about continuing dad’s work in edifying the next generation, and stressing the importance of preservation. We agreed that if this were to have value, rather than regurgitate every detail of the production history, we should talk about what these films meant to us, and why people might enjoy them now. If you enjoy this and want to see more, please subscribe to this channel. We'd also love to have your support on our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/frankcoleman). Follow our further misadventures at http://BambiEverson.com and http://Frank-Coleman.com. Thank you!
Frank Coleman - Introduction to Odd Meters in Music
Drummer Frank Coleman gives an examination of how to think about playing odd meters in a musical, aesthetically pleasing way. Topics include Take 5 (Brubeck), America is Waiting (Byrne/Eno), Tomorrow's World (Killing Joke), Tattooed Love Boys (Pretenders), Scatterbrain (Jeff Beck), 13/8, 5/4, 7/8, 9/8, 31/8, and nested rhythms.
INNOVATION IS UNRECOGNIZABLE - Frank Coleman - Music Lecture
Here's an excerpt from a talk I wrote for the Music Department at Cooperstown (NY) High School. The theme of this one is "Innovation is Unrecognizable." Cited along the way: Doug Englebart, Alan Kay, Apple, Xerox PARC and David Bowie.
GAME THEORY / BENTMEN VIDEO - Frank Coleman - Music Lecture
Here's an excerpt from a talk I wrote for the Music Department at Cooperstown (NY) High School. The theme of this one is "Game Theory in Music" and features a previously unreleased video from The Bentmen.
STORY OF A GIG - Frank Coleman - High School Music Lecture
In early 2016, I prepared a lecture for the Music Department at Cooperstown (NY) Central High School, my alma mater, and present excerpts here in chapterized form. The theme of this one is "The Story of a Gig."
iPhone / Final Cut - Making a seamless slo-mo video loop
It was snowing. I took 5 seconds of slo-mo video with my iPhone, processed it in iMovie on the phone (a critical step for keeping the slo-mo effect!), imported that into Final Cut, tweaked it and made a seamless loop. This shows you how. Any video editor will do, it's the underlying principles that are important. Options for rendering and exporting from Final Cut for mastering and/or uploading to YouTube, etc. is discussed in detail as well.
Frank Coleman - How to Make Your Mac 100x More User-Friendly in Three Minutes
In which I demonstrate the first thing I do with any brand new Mac to make it much easier to navigate than the way it comes from the factory. As always, your mileage may vary, but this is what works for me.
COLEMAN'S CRAZY KITCHEN: Sweet Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Host Frank Coleman demonstrates more kitchen alchemy with tiny green globes of awesomeness. A 21st Century Art Production Home base: http://www.21ca.com Filmed with an iPhone 4. Edited in Final Cut Pro X Credits Footage: KO IDE PO SELU DOBIJE PO CELU (2010) Tigrova Mast, Dir. Theme Music: "Sabre Dance" - Les Baxter & His Orchestra
Frank Coleman reads the Sunday Papers (from over 50 years ago)
A deep dive into an incredible time capsule, in which your host finds hidden gems in the back pages of The Daily News from over 50 years ago. It begins with the discovery of a long-lost interview with director Alain Resnais, and quickly gets much, much darker as we get closer to the front page. Having the object in your hand allows for accidental discoveries that no suggestion algorithm could match. #NotFakeNews . . . . #History #Newspaper #World #UnitedStates #Resnais #Interview #Headlines #BostonStrangler #JFK #Oswald #Broadway #JulieNewmar #NYDailyNews #NewYork #Boston #Archive #Newsprint #LettersToTheEditor #AntiCommunism #FreedomOfSpeech
Frank Coleman explains Nim, the game from Last Year at Marienbad (1961)
Frank Coleman explains Nim, the game played in the film, "Last Year at Marienbad" (1961). The film is famous for its enigmatic narrative structure, in which time and space are fluid, with no certainty over what is happening to the characters, what they are remembering, and what they are imagining. Its dreamlike nature has both fascinated and baffled viewers; many have hailed the work as a masterpiece, although others have found it incomprehensible. Much like the game itself. Clips provided for education purposes. Read more about this great film and order it for yourself here: http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/DVDCompare11/last-year-at-marienbad.htm
Robert Holmes talks about Frank Coleman's audition
An artifact from the vaults, circa mid-80s. Guitarist Robert Holmes describes the first time he met drummer Frank Coleman.