Fire_Away

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  • HeyJazzMan

    Well, you can watch Cupido here: http://easternlights.be/cupido.php Let me say first, it's half an hour long. There is no dialogue. You've got to immers yourself in this story by start watching it and watch it all the way through (the way movies SHOULD be watched :p). People tell me it's a rewarding experience, so feel free to see for yourself and say what you think! I await your comments! :)

    21 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    My sweet girl, I'm in heaven! Springsteen is coming! It's too bad I have to study non-stop the whole month of June, so I really hope he'll be arriving here in Belgium in May or July. But not the month in between! However, I'm seriously thinking about taking a trip to London on July 14 for the Hard Rock Calling Festival anyhow! And I don't publish my work, except my films. They can be watched online, I believe all of them. But my writings, poetry, lyrics are all still on paper. But I'm thinking of releasing a few songs when I get them right. I don't want to make a feel out of myself, so I need second opinions too.

    21 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Nice, you work like "stream of consciousness" :) I've got little notes everywhere of phrases and word pairs that just sound truthful to life or just sound esthetically good. Weeks later I might get a whole song out of one word I picked up! I always carry a notepad because these (at first sight) brilliant ideas pop up in places like class, the street, my bed at night... :) The film was based upon my own life, I once met someone whose language I could not understand, but we somehow built a relationship without saying a word. And yes, you could say I'm creative. Gonna sound like a hipster now, but I don't want to learn authors, book titles and dates by heart for the next 4 years and do just that. We need to express ourselves, our own persons. Be an individual. That's why I make music for people to hear, for myself to put my feelings on paper and that's why I make films: I want to tell stories that people can relate to and feel happy because they've heard them! Whew, that was a long one.

    20 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    I'm just scribbling things down, too ;) Most of the things I come up with end up in the lyrics of my songs, but that's how I see them. "Poems" with music put on :P I made films for about 5 years, in the beginning really stupid short films. With kids-with-guns scenarios, pretty lame. Also made an action film for a school project (that I'm pretty proud of) and a love story (which I'm actually quite proud of!). The love story is called Cupido, it's about two lovers communicating non-verbally, through body language, and not speaking a word to each other. I worked on it for 2 years, but it payed off!

    19 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Dutch is my mother language, so I can't really say if it's hard or not. But by what I've learned about my language is that the irregular verbs are really hard. The language itself isn't that of a challenge, but we've got a lot of exceptions and rules in our grammar system that makes it quite hard for foreign language speakers to speak it fluently. Well, I'm a "filmmaker", or used to be before I went to college, I love music (Bruuuuuce in particular), I love playing music, writing poetry/lyrics... :)

    19 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Yeah, same goes for me. I'm not really a grammar buff. I like to read and learn the history and literature of those languages, but I don't like learning all these grammatical features... Psychology seems very interesting as well, you're gonna do great! Any other hobbies or interests that you have?

    19 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Cool, wanted to do that too. I study languages, English and Dutch, linguistics and literature. It's quite fun, so I'm pretty happy with it. Second year already, how time flies... You talk very good English, btw! :)

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Haha, no problem, girl! What do you study?

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Did you like Fake Empire? If you liked Lucky you, you may like Daughters Of The Soho Riots, Racing Like A Pro, Sorrow and (one of their best ones) Vanderlyly Crybaby Geeks! :)

    15 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Haha, I'm sorry, girl! :) Glad you like Fleet Foxes! The National is really a great band, but their records have to grow... You can't (ok, you can, but most people don't) listen to their records one time and think they're great. You've got to experience them more and they'll start to grow on you! You should look up National's Fake Empire, that's a great song!

    14 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Flogging Molly is the only music I don't know already. Listening to Drunken Lullabies and Requiem for.. now. Love it, so far! I'm a big fan of Irish music, brings back a lot of memories from my visit to Dublin, Ireland. Van Morrison is great, you should get the Astral Weeks album, pure magic! :) I see you listened to White Winter Hymnal and Terrible Love, liked what you heard?

    14 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Good idea... any other artists I should look out for?

    14 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Absolutely agree with everything you say. Sometimes I fight out some arguments with friends on Facebook or MSN... I mean, it just yells "misinterpretation!" and makes you strangers to each other... I like today's indie music a lot, so don't think I've got this "weltschmerz" :P I'm a big fan of The National, Fleet Foxes ... for instance! And I saw you listened to Audioslave? Got 2 of their albums lying around here, I bought them once when I was younger and sadly discovered it wasn't my thing (although Be Yourself stayed with me until this day!). Maybe I should dig them back up... ;)

    14 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Yeah, a lot of great music is being made today too. But this mainstream music (ha! I sound like a hipster) that is made today really bothers me... But hey, you had junk back then too! This technology we have now makes you more social in one aspect (here I'm talking to a Croatian girl, who could have said that in the seventies?), but I'm just pressing keys on my keyboard... "Social" networks aren't as "social" as they seem, when you think about it! :) But again, they enable me to talk with you!

    14 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Idealising... hmm. Well, the period pieces in film that are made today or the great movies from those times may seem more tempting than the times actually were. But when you read Dylan's or Bruce's lyrics and you compare them with today's, you really see how much society has changed. And yes, they are incredibly time-consuming and most of the time the time you spend on them is just wasted time, all my hours on Facebook don't amount to anything!

    13 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Glad you like it, it's very different yes! I don't use the same arrangements and it's pitch is a bit lower than the album version, but hey - it's acoustic. I played the harmonica, not the accordion :P I feel exactly the same way, life would've been so more entertaining, arty, exciting... Although I'm on facebook and the internet quite a lot we really can live a happier life without all these things! Living in the sixties/seventies would be really great...

    13 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    You should have got the e-mail I sent you, with the freshly made cover :D So glad you liked the video, I get messages from people around the world thanking me and telling their stories about how they even met him in the seventies and stuff, really rewarding! :) Tell me what you think of Magic!

    13 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    Well, since Clarence's death I don't know if there will be a next tour. It seems quite unlikely we'll get another E-Street tour already next year, but I think a solo album like Devils and Dust, Ghost of TJ is in the make... I certainly hope he'll be touring again like he did with D&D, a storytellers with his guitar and piano: magic. I made a little tribute video for Clarence: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKsVAAGhcsQ hope you like it, let me know! Send me your e-mail in private message so I can send you the mp3 in a short while?

    13 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    I'm sure that your days will come! :) I see you got the lyrics from Magic in your description! Want me to sing you a cover? :D

    13 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • HeyJazzMan

    I'm going to make you jealous, I'm afraid. I've never seen Bruce live (my dad has seen his twice the last 5 years, but at that time I wasn't into this "old man's music", crazy fool I was) but a few weeks ago I went to see Dylan! It was a great experience. His voice is completely broken, I have to say, but that adds to it... He performed a couple of lesser known songs but alot of crowpleasers too, like Not Dark Yet, All Along The Watchtower, Ballad Of A Thin Man, Like A Rolling Stone... It was worth seeing! :)

    13 nov. 2011 Répondre
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Well, it comes at a hard, hard price,
You can't shut off the risk and the pain
Without losin' the love that remains,
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