February 8, 2013Doug Hadden
Doug Hadden, VP Products
The problem isn’t that some videos get more play than seems worthy. Taste is in the eye of the beholder. There’s no question that Gangnam Style is well produced, funny and has a serious underlying message.
I came across music videos produced by Music Saves from the Vancouver Adapted Music Society to promote the “capabilities of musicians with disabilities”. And, in a compelling manner. The first one I hit was the 3rd that has been produced, showcasing the beauty of Vancouver with an excellent adaptation of the Canadian rock classic, Oh What a Feeling, originally recorded by Crowbar. The other are excellent versions of Feelin’ Alright and I Shall be Released.
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