Randy T. 
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Re: “Memphis Beat, "At the River"

I believe I know how Memphians feel; I live in Baton Rouge and we were the locale for the Dukes of Hazzard motion picture. It is a bit unethical in my opinion to use the name of a location without actually filming there, but that's what lawyers take care of. I was a background actor in the bar scene (When the Saints Go Marching In) and am proud to say that, other than the stars, I got the longest "nameless" closeup. I look like I am zoning, but I was trying to sing soulfully and keep time, which was difficult for many. The lip-sync track was a good, solid anchor, and was needed in order to lay a foundation. I would like to think I added a bit of energy to the scene aurally, but was submixed with another voice (which was dropped in) in the first add-lib ("oh when the Sa,a,aints"). No matter, it was great fun and maybe I can turn it into something. Don't overanalyze; the show is popular to the common folk. It shows the wonderful city of Memphis in a good light and the Great State of Louisiana gets its motion picture industry....industry.

Posted by Randy T. on 06/19/2011 at 8:52 AM
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