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Emery Sessions Video: Over The Rhine

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OTR1 Emery Sessions Video: Over The Rhine
Last week, we were honored to bring you the first video in a new series called The Emery Sessions. The video featured Daniel Martin Moore and Joan Shelley and I had plenty of people tell me it gave them chills. Well, we are ready this week with the next installment in the series, and if you got chills for the first one, I’m wondering what kind of response you will get from this video because it is simply awesome.

Over The Rhine, the legendary Cincinnati duo are captured in the parlour of the historic Emery for this song, titled “Gonna Let My Soul Catch My Body” and I think you are really gonna be impressed with the results. It showcases another nook in the historic theatre which also happens to have some great acoustics. Oh, and did I mention that this is an unreleased Over The Rhine song? Yep, pretty special.

Once again Michael Wilson shot the video, and it was recorded by Cameron Cochran. The audio was mixed by Henry Wilson and it was all done under the umbrella of Cincinnati Recording Service.


 Emery Sessions Video: Over The Rhine


Joe started ENS in 2003 after most people he wanted to talk to about music were worn thin by his ramblings. The outlet this site provided helped out, and somehow is still going 9 years later. After a four year stint as a WOXY DJ, Joe returned to Cincinnati and continues to pioneer ENS. In addition to the overall look and feel of the site, Joe provides regular reviews, and kinda makes sure this whole thing stays afloat.

Posted by Joe Long   @   25 April 2012 2 comments


Apr 26, 2012
2:12 pm
#1 Art :

I didn’t know it was possible to make a song about dying so sexy… THANK YOU for making this :)

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