I would imagine most of our readers are familiar with the Mellotron, a tape-playing keyboard that became popular in the late '60s on songs like The Beatles' "Strawberry Fields Forever. Ms. Dilworth took on the task of creating a video documentary of this curious device, from its origin as the Chamberlin to the computer-based emulations of the Mellotron that we have today. Whenever I hear of movies that tackle a somewhat "technical" subject of keen interest to me, I always assume the end result will be a travesty, with an oversimplification of the subject matter,.
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Mellodrama: The Mellotron Movie by Jack Huntley, published on September 17, 2010 at All About Jazz. All of this plays out in Dianna Dilworth's fascinating and in-depth documentary, Mellodrama: The Mellotron Movie. The film shows how the instrument influenced the course of music and also looks at the cast of characters who shaped its creation and use. Originally developed in the late 1940s by engineer and organ/keyboard enthusiast Harry Chamberlin, whose vision was to develop a home instrument that played sections of pre-recorded magnetic tape of different instruments, thereby making the music sound like an orchestra. An astute tinkerer, Chamberlin devoted immense time in developing his.
Mellodrama – Our Mellotron Playlist. Published on. April 29, 2014.
Mellodrama: The Mellotron Movie" explores the history of tape keyboard sampling through Harry Chamberlin's invention of the Chamberlin keyboards, the popularization of the Mellotron, and its influence today. Through the music of the Beatles, the Zombies, and the Moody Blues, the Mellotron became the "instant magic sound. In the 1970s, it defined the sound of progressive rock bands like Yes and Genesis.
The Mellotron is a keyboard instrument that plays prerecorded tape loops. It was invented as the Chamberlin organ in Harry Chamberlin’s Southern California backyard in the late 1940s. Harry wanted to sell his orchestra at your fingertips to every Aunt Mable in America, and drove his motor home across America doing so. But his trusted salesman Bill Franson took two instruments to England, and found manufacturers to replicate the Chamberlin. Under this dubious pretense, the Mellotron was born. com/watch?v rCabuis6t2w. Mellodrama chronicles the fascinating fifty-year history.
All these aformentioned people contributed very much to the rise of the Mellotron in the late Sixties. The 8 page booklet contain a foreword by Alan Freeman and a story about the Mellotron, short but comprehensive and very pleasant to read.
|2||–Harry Chamberlain||Chamberlin Riviera Demonstration|
|3||–Brian Kehew||Taped Tango|
|4||–Michael Penn||Long Way Down 2010|
|5||–Dave Biro||A Space Oddity|
|6||–Dave Biro||Excerpt From Wizard Of Kinderhook|
|7||–Mattias Olsson||Winter Pumpkin|
|8||–Bigelf||The Evils Of Rock And Roll|
|9||–Brian Kehew||Mellotron Intro And Waltz|
|10||–Johnny Largo||Make Your Own Kind Of Music|
|11||–Mattias Olsson||Dark March|
|12||–Patrick Warren||Chamberlain Ride|
|13||–Harry Chamberlain||Sentimental Over You|
|14||–Harry Chamberlain||Sweet Leilani|