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Head Shots

by Ari Dane

Released 2005
Released 2005
Strong lyrical story lines, humorous to serious, vignettes conveyed by Ari's pleasing baritone voice and supported by imaginative tracks sprinkled with folk/jazz/rock/world/country and electronica set the scene for an entertaining journey.
NOTES
"I never wanted to be a big star...
and look how great it worked out!"
...Author unknown

Just thinking about writing these notes brings to mind a quote from Mel Brooks. When asked during an interview what the most difficult thing was about making a movie, he replied, "Punching all the little holes in the side of the film!"

The fact you're reading this leads me to believe you understand there's a lot of folks …
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Sing-a-Very-Long-Song

by Ari Dane

Released 2007
Released 2007
Strong lyrical story lines, humorous to serious, vignettes conveyed by Ari's pleasing baritone voice and supported by imaginative tracks sprinkled with folk/jazz/rock/world/country and electronica set the scene for an entertaining journey.
NOTES
"Sing-a-Very-Long Song"

Strawberries! Forty-Nine Cents! Buy them!!! All selling comes down to this! Strawberries! Forty-Nine Cents! Buy them!!!

That’s what someone quite a bit older and wiser...anyway, older...exclaimed repeatedly in my ear when I was creating songs, commercials, jingles and tailor-made special material for the corporate world.

As long as the product in question is strawberries or something else we can universally agree upon, he was right. But when it comes to …
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Venice Sci-fi

by Ari Dane

Released 2009
Released 2009
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NOTES
Science fiction has always served the writer well as a platform from which to spin a tale. The alternative settings and realities—be it past, present or future—enable classic stories and myths to run the gamut of human experience.

Mind boggling technology, alien characters and civilizations, time warps, and space travel, as well as alternative present realities, are limited only by imagination. If a movie is the intended product, the state of the art …
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