We All Fall Down!
There are many theories as to the origin of this ancient children's
tune. Until recently it was believed to have evolved from the period
of "THE PLAGUE". Now, it is believed to be even older. But,
no matter when it was first sung, the meaning holds true today.
And, perhaps the message even more relevant - though we all shall
perish, we can influence the means to our end.
Modern adaptation of Ring Around The Rosy
Snake Handling Immortal Tongue Speakers
in the Internet motion picture
The least we can do,
Is to try not n' be,
About The Audio & Video
The artists performed the music on-the-fly.
This haunting version was recorded without a review or
rehearsal... in a make-shift recording studio located
in the attic of Colonial era, haunted house.
The musicians relied solely (or should I say
soul-ly) on the spirits of lives
gone by. The music was then used for the foundation of
a multimedia project. Again, the artists created the
piece spontaneously. First, government and public domain
"images of atrocity" were gathered and combined... look what
we can do. To contrast our ugly side,
to offer hope, and to show what "good"
we can experience, the voice and dance of a life-loving 2-year-old
was superimposed. Can she reach through the shadows? Can you see the light?
Is she saying to you, "Don't give up.
Get up!" ...?
C. Moore: Vocals & Acoustic Guitar
Wally: Electric Guitar
multimedia production team:
Sidd, C. Moore, Capn', Bob
Thanx to da Souls in da Soup:
(click here to visit the site)
All music is written and recorded spontaneously.
© The Philadelphia Spirit Experiment
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