Deck Them Halls
I put a lot of work into programming this rendition of the Mannheim Steamroller version of "Deck The Halls", and I performed this live a couple of years ago on the legendary Casio AZ-1, so I figured I would try to make the best possible version of the performance and cast it into cyberspace. There's a cameo appearance by Thomas Dolby playing the same instrument. Can you spot him? www.AndrewDoss.com
I Can't Believe it's Christmas
James Provan presents...
A stop motion music video about Christmas.
WARNING - CONTAINS FLASHING IMAGES
So, I have finished University for Christmas, and I finally had the time to make a new video. No robot voice this time, instead I asked my friend Rachel for help, and she sang in the video! She is a very good singer.
Song was written by me, all of the filming and stop motion, as well as editing was done by me. Rachel helped with some lyrics too =)
Special thanks to my family for putting up with cameras everywhere, and for dancing like idiots =)
"Julebal i Nissebal" - on Two CASIO Toy Keyboards
In my student days I couldn't afford a real organ or synth. So I bought some cheap toy keyboards - some of them even second hand - and connected them to an old mixer. One of the keyboards I had fitted with a plug so I could connect it to an old pedal box from a scrapped organ via a thick cable. The song I'm playing is from a Danish Christmas movie and is written by Sven Gyldmark.
Ramon "Baboy" Cocunulag stars in this epic video.
Short stop-action movie I made with Emmi this winter. Cute toy piano song by Yann Tiersen.