Show will be up for two months at Fitzgerald Jewelry. Opening will be on December 1st… While I have not gotten a hold of Paul or the gallery directly, I am guessing that there will be bikes there (if it isn’t snowing) and that Paul will most likely make an appearance videos herunterladen auf pc. Good luck with the show Mr. Cox. You are indeed a true American Craftsman.
This weekend has a few fantastic events happening in old Cali-Forn-I-A… Boy do I wish I was going to be there. If you make it to either event, please drop by a note and tell me what I missed… all I need is another reason to feel bad about living in Houston (lol)…
Free To Wander… it is the second or third in a rather large selection of films that are being reviewed here at ArtBiker World. I have had this one in my DVD player for a while and have been watching snippets whenever the opportunity arises. I have also sat with the film, watching it from beginning to end a few times and I do enjoy it herunterladen.
First off, this has been directed and produced by Richard Grabbe and it is his first feature film venture. It has a pretty groovy little soundtrack that is somewhat trance inspiring. There are some really nice still photos included in the body of the film and some great moving shots that have been slowed down to let the viewer check out the action and the bikes. When this effect is paired with the droning soundtrack, you cannot help but compare it to the drug induced graveyard scene from Easyrider. If you didn’t care for that sequence, you may have the same response from portions of FTW. I recommend cutting the sound if this is the case, put your own soundtrack on and the film begins to change a bit. I threw on a little Agent Orange and suddenly I am taken back to the old Powel Peralta videos I grew up with in the 80’s download xing as word.
In fact, one could argue that those old skateboarding videos have really influenced the making of this film. Straight up from the beginning we see that there is a connection between the bikers in this film and the old punk rock, skate, and surf culture of the late 70’s through early 90’s. These Gen X and Y kids have moved on to cooler toys but still have the same individualized attitudes that define these generations. One of the reasons I have had this movie in the player for so long is that it is great to let play in the background while hanging out with the boys, wrenching, having a beer, or even playing with the kids… just kill the audio and enjoy the visuals as you go through your daily life app store for free for android.
Keep in mind, however, that you will want to spend a little time with this film listening to the audio. There are a few really stellar interviews included. But before I jump ahead, I must mention that the linear quality of the voiceovers and interviews may not really make sense. There is a brief intro to the idea of the film, a short history of the Sturgis rally with a mention of the plight of our Native Brothers, then some goofing off before talk about the Country Mile 2008. The run is followed with little explanation, but we gather that a group of kool kids on killer bikes are out having one hell of a time. I for one got jazzed to ride and wished I could call up some of the cats from the film to join them for a spin neue emojis für whatsapp herunterladen.
For a short while the film concerns itself with the ride. There are a couple voiceovers that talk about what is happening, but again, most of the action is visual as we see the fearless pack continue on their journey. We do get a couple introductions as to who these riders are and an occasional name pops up on the screen, but we are left to decide who they are in the biker world by our own knowledge from magazines and events. It might be nice to know more about these guys, how they got together and what they are doing together in the film warum kann ich tumblr nicht herunterladen.
As the movie progresses we start to get a little more info. There are interviews with Paul Wideman of Bare Knuckle Choppers, Richard Grabbe of Rich Phillips Cycles, Crazy Kevin, Keino Sasaki of Keino Cycles, and Paul Cox of Paul Cox Industries. Here is where we really get to the meat of the film. We learn a little about each builder, get to see some of their work and hear their stories in their own words herunterladen fürs tablet.
What can I say; Richard Grabbe has put together a pretty nice film for his first time out of the gate. Free to Wander is a DVD that will live in the garage with me where it can run in the background while the boys and I wrench on the Panhead and customize the sidecar rig. It inspires me to get out on the road and makes me want to surround myself with guys with similar taste in style and bikes. Hey, for $20 it is worth adding this to your collection. Just know what it is, an indie production from someone within the industry instead of a high-end film by a professional filmmaker. Hey, if it was anything else it might just lose its charm. I am really interested to see what comes next from Rich now that he has this experience under his belt schlager zum herunterladen.