Thursday, April 15, 2010

"Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll"

Okay, perhaps there was no sex, at least none that I saw...last time we wrapped production on the new documentary "For the Record featuring Bill Bourne". What better way to finishing shooting then with a house party. Bill and his band of merry players were nestled in the basement of this south Edmonton location. The cement walls, ratty rugs, and silver duct work created the ambiance that could be described as steamy. The basement was packed with the Band, Fans and Amps. The music was loud and trippy, or maybe it was just the lingering scents of rock concerts past that made it all trippy.

I think this new Bill Bourne record is going to surprise many fans. We have all become use to the many incarnations that is Bill Bourne...but never like this. I suspect fans might experience a bit of what it might have been like at Newport in 1965 when Dylan flicked on the switch. Bill recently told me and I paraphrase, "Rock & Roll is revolutionary and I am, from time to time living the whole Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll lifestyle". When asked, Bill chose notto elaborate, but that conjures up a whole pile of ideas.

What next you might ask? We now move into the difficult task of post production. The hardest part will be to decide what to leave out and what to leave in.

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