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05-22-2005, 12:40 PM
Some of my other interests include music video television.
You can check out air times here
Television schedule (http://www.terrylove.com/tv/index.htm)
I keep thinking that I'm going to slow down a bit and start doing some remodel television. Maybe it's not slow down, but speed up?
Music CD's of Jamie's band "Out From Underneath" can be bought here.
The latest CD's are "Transitions" and "Dig"
View the music here (http://www.easycarts.net/ecarts/terrylove/Music_and_Video.html)
The latest news on them,
They just played the U-District Street Fair,
This Summer they will be shooting a video on top of the Space Needle in Seattle for the upcoming movie "Webcast" by Director David Delay.
Out From Underneath will be supplying the soundtrack CD for the movie.
If you want to get some of the music before it hits the movies in your town, you can order above.
06-22-2005, 01:30 PM
The televison show is now being streamed live at this link
watch SCAN TV (http://220.127.116.11/scanlive)
The times are Pacific Time,
Tuesday late evening at 12:30
Terry Love Presents, Music videos
28 minute long shows played straight through with out commercials.
You can now watch SCAN TV (http://18.104.22.168/scanlive) on the Internet in real time. Go online between 8 AM and 1 AM, Monday through Sunday to watch all of your favorite shows in Microsoft® Windows Media Player 9 Series ® (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/9series/player.aspx) *
07-09-2005, 11:10 AM
It looks like the writer of the movie "Webcast" is going to give Jamie some speaking lines in the movie too, in addtion to the music video that will be filmed on top of the Space Needle.
Looks like I will be needing a replacement for him soon in the business.
07-27-2005, 12:34 PM
AlbumBuzz has written a nice review (http://www.albumbuzz.com/outfromunderneathdig.shtml) on the Dig CD
"Out From Underneath is the best band in the current Seattle music scene."
9. Happy - Musically I think this is one of their strongest songs. I don't know enough about the band to know if more time went into this than some of the others but they really got full production value on this. Every section of the song feels well planned out and executed, even when it drops down to the bridge, it's feels right. I can see why they placed it at the end of their first album as a way to wrap up the final package.
07-29-2005, 09:52 AM
Album: Out From Underneath: Transitions
Street Date: February 2003
From: Seattle, WA
Reviewed by: Kevin
Official site: outfromunderneath.com (http://www.outfromunderneath.com/)
In 2001 Out From Underneath released a good solid self-titled debut album. In early 2004 they released the follow up entitled Transitions on which they really perfected their sound, created in the heart of the same city that gave us Alice In Chains.
Here is the new review on the Transitions CD (http://www.albumbuzz.com/outfromunderneathtransitions.shtml)
08-03-2005, 11:15 AM
I just put together a tv show with Late September Dogs that showcases Liz on vocals.
If you want to see the music video from it, check it out here
Late September Dogs Maybe an angel video 384k (http://psbl.com/ofu2/video/lsd_angel_384.wmv)
Windows format, you can "right click" and "save as target"
Or just click and play it.