My Newest Relaxation Method: Assembling Music Videos

I could type “making” music videos, but it isn’t my music. In one of these three examples, even the pictures were not created by me. So I’m assembling music videos — nothing more.

It’s relaxing, nonetheless.

Here are three such efforts:

1. Murder By Death covering “We Only Come Out at Night,” a song by by The Smashing Pumpkins:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8L8pBeI548&feature=plcp

2. “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXY3eC15U_Q&feature=plcp

3. Three different versions of “Feeling Yourself Disintegrate,” by The Flaming Lips, back-to-back:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJ7lQ-wRkqQ&feature=plcp

I was taught to use Windows Movie Maker in a teacher-training class. It’s probably the most beneficial such training I’ve ever received, for I’m actually using it for something that helps me feel better, when I’m anxious or depressed.

Am I implying that most (but not all) teacher-training sessions are utterly worthless? Why, of course I am!

About RobertLovesPi

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2 Responses to My Newest Relaxation Method: Assembling Music Videos

  1. teachezwell says:

    Love your comment about teacher workshops- very funny! It looks like you did the visuals for the Flaming Lips 3 song collection. Am I right?

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