If you’re making a non-commercial video or film, my music is available for free. I’m a small record label owner and publisher, who wants to have his music heard. I can grant you all the legal rights you need for your production. Continue reading “I want to help video and filmmakers with my music.”
This video featuring Emily Jayne of the Fashion Slaves makes quite a statement about women’s rights without sounding preachy. Seems this is a first generation punk song by Chelsea that got rewritten from a 21st century point of view.
This mood piece from Hobo could fit nicely into a soundtrack. If you are an aspiring film maker, and need some music for free for your project, check out this song. If you want more information about music for your film, video, or V.R. (virtual reality) project, use the contact form below:
In my one-man effort to help film/video makers find quality music for their small or no budget productions, I’m offering this song as well as others as a solution. This song is joyous and fun; I hope it helps. If you want more details please contact me with the form below.
“When The Levee Breaks,” written in 1929 by Mephis Minnie and her husband Kansas Joe McCoy, was made popular by Led Zeppelin in 1971, when they recorded it for their 4th album. This is the original song that has been recorded by these artists as well: Judge (1990), W.A.S.P. (1991), John Campbell (1993), Kristin Hersh (1994), Killdozer (1995), Magic Slim (1999), Great White (1999), A Perfect Circle (2004), Bob Dylan (2006), Stream of Passion (2006), Buckwheat Zydeco (2009), Will Tucker (2009) and others.