directed by Eden Robbins
performed by Lori Cullen and Ron Sexsmith
music written and arranged by Kurt Swinghammer
lyrics written by Ron Sexsmith
produced by Maury Lafoy
mixed by David Traver-Smith
trumpet Bryden Baird
drums Mark Mariash
keys Robbie Grunwald
guitar and string machine Kurt Swinghammer
bass Maury Lafoy
A sweet 10 minute long video directed by Michael Phillip Wojewoda, shot at Kurt & Lori’s home in Toronto with Ron Sexsmith. All music is from the new album, and included are stills from the original recording session.
“Drop The Needle”, directed by Joel Goldberg in 1990 and sporting graphic intensive art direction by Swinghammer, is one of only 10 music videos included in the Toronto International Film Festival’s 150 Essential Works In Canadian Cinema History. It won the Juno Award for Best Video of the Year. The year prior Goldberg made the breakthrough video for Maestro’s “Let You Backbone Slide”, also art-directed by Swinghammer, and which became the first top-40 hit by a rap artist from Canada. That video won the MuchMusic Video of the Year Award, and was said to be the most requested video of all time at the nation’s music station.
“Positive/Negative” (instrumental). Week 42/Song 42 of “52″ song record, released alphabetically throughout 2016.
Players: Kurt Swinghammer guitar treatment, Loretta Hale cello, Dill piano, sampling. Produced & mixed by: The Dill at Mulaka Lakis, Hamilton, ON. Additional mixing: Tim Vesely at the Woodshed. Mastered by: Dale Morningstar. Layout: John Smith. Card art by: Dylan Hudecki http://thedill.ca/photography.html#_=_
Two new tracks from Lori Cullen’s album will be played on the new CBC show Kim’s Convenience Tuesday Oct 18th at 9pm est. They are available via Spotify today
Lori Cullen- Sexsmith Swinghammer Songs
Available now for Pre-order.
True North Records
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Then There Were Three from the album Sexsmith Swinghammer Songs by Lori Cullen. Video by Kurt Swinghammer. Music written and arranged by Swinghammer, lyrics by Ron Sexsmith. Produced by Maury Lafoy. Mixed by David Travers-Smith.
Performed by Lori Cullen
Words written by Ron Sexsmith
Music written by Kurt Swinghammer
Animated and directed by Ken Lacroix
30 years ago I jumped at a chance to join Vital Sines and rock as hard as possible with the most intense drummer in all the land – Glenn Milchem. I got my first taste of pro recording with the Michael Phillip Wojewoda produced Big Dark Dreams ep and enjoyed some great gigs. My only regret is the garish cover illustration I did for the record, but, you know, … it was the 80’s. The late James Gray played with the Sines as well, and Monday, September 19th we’re reuniting to celebrate James’ musical spirit. Rick Winkle, Terry Michaelson, Glenn and myself are doing 4 tunes at 11pm at Lula Lounge as part of an annual memorial. All procedes go to a worthy charity.