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"Dumped"
Recorded live in Studio B
in the spacious studios of ManBassBoxTV.
(The "B" stands for bathroom.)
Submitted for the 2006 MAC Awards.


"XYZ"
-the audio track of the video is from the CD Goin' Back
directed by Dave Edison
Hot off the presses
(though it was shot back in 2002 as I was leaving L.A.)
Featuring the late great Lou Levy-p, w. Jake Jacobs-d and Joe Jewell-g.


"Happy"
featuring John DiPinto at the piano
filmed by Jim Vern • lights & sound by Thomas Honeck
Words & music by Ritt. It's the opening number from
"The March to the NYC Cabaret Debut."
4.28.04


"Range Rover"
featuring rockin' diva du jour Julie Reyburn w. John DiPinto on accordion
filmed by Jim Vern • lights & sound by Thomas Honeck
Words & music by Ritt. A love song with perhaps just a hint of dysfunctionality.
Yet another step in "The March to the NYC Cabaret Debut."
9.17.04


"Just Another Glimpse of You"
featuring John DiPinto at the piano
filmed by Jim Vern • lights & sound by Thomas Honeck
Words & music by Ritt. It's the closing number from
"The March to the NYC Cabaret Debut."
9.17.04


"Born to Hold You in My Arms"
-the audio track of the video is from the CD Goin' Back
directed by Dave Edison
featured at the PXL-THIS TEN Video Festival
Sez Mr. Edison:
"This video was shot using the Fisher-Price PXL-2000 toy video camcorder which was sold for a short while in the late 1980s. The camcorder was designed to record 5 minutes of grainy black and white video on each side of a 90-minute audio cassette. In this case, the camera output was sent to the input of an 8mm camcorder which provided better framing (rather than using the inaccurate PXL-2000 optical viewfinder), less video distortion and fewer drop-outs while retaining the particular characteristics of the PXL-2000 image."
(Did I tell ya Dave is a tech head who used to do "State-of-the-Art Comedy" all over the place? Heck, he even shared the bill with Jay Leno, Jackie Mason and Leon Redbone.)


Highlights of the First 100 Episodes of the TV series
A Man, a Bass & a Box of Stuff

Edited by Chris Therrien
Narrated by Bill von Ravensberg
(Be forewarned: there's 10 sec. o' black @ the top...sorry!)

Featured artists include (in order of appearance): Bill von Ravensberg; John Groover McDuffie; Dave Beyer; Albe Bonacci; Patrick Lubow; Debra Davis; Teresa Tudury; Bets Ritter; Wanda Houston; LaLa Land (as the Weather Witch); Bill Henn; Daryl S.; Purple Belt Olive Camp; Dave Camp; Dave Owens; Nick Kirgo; Duane' Neillson; Elin Carlson; Jim Beloff

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