Sunday, January 31, 2010

2010 Grammy Awards

This year was particularly interesting to me as I've borrowed music by two of the talented women nominated for multiple Grammies.
BEST FEMALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE nominations went to Katy Perry for Hot N Cold and P!nk for Sober.
I loved interpreting both songs for Criminal Intent fanvids. As soon as I heard each song, I knew exactly what I could do with them.

Although she didn't sing Sober at the Grammies, P!ink did sing Glitter in the Air and her performance tonight should go down in history. (She sang Sober at the MTV Music Awards)
Unfortunately, neither of "my" ladies won Grammies, but P!nk was simply unforgettable.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Remember Save You?

Well one thing led to another today and I ended up on my Vimeo channel, a place I seldom go. Some sweet person (I'm assuming it was one person) regularly watched Sharp Dressed Man there when it was not viewable on YouTube. Now that Sharp Dressed Man is viewable on YT (still so baffled by that!) the person no longer visits my Vimeo channel! (I get email updates from Vimeo)

What I did find on Vimeo, that I had forgotten was there, was my Save You vid. It's been forever since I watched it. I'm embedding it here with Susan's astute comment which describes, in words, exactly what I was trying to say in video format!

CI - Save You from CI Musings on Vimeo. (It's bigger on the Vimeo site)

... you have brought a whole new light to the song - the light of Robert Goren. His need to try to save people - especially the emotionally wounded children he so identifies with - stems from his own family relationships and lack thereof. You've showed many of the ones he's tried to save - his mom, his brother, the children he comes into contact with in his cases, and of course, Eames - the only one who has tried to save him right back. And you've done it with the expert timing I have happily become accustomed to in your vids. Every time I think I couldn't possibly love Goren more, you create a vid that makes me fall in love with him all over again! Thank you for sharing your thoughtfully produced work.

The original post for Save You is here.