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DEL RIVERS & FUDGE CLUB: "Duesenberg (All the Way)"

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Uploaded on Apr 15, 2010

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Del performs a song ("Duesenberg All the Way") he wrote about half the lyrics to. There are only four lines in the song so... he didn't exactly work all night to get his end of things done, but what he did write is really good. Del is changing his guy-next-door image in this one, to that of a roughneck (check out that black mesh glove).

Director's commentary:

Del Rivers has produced some of the more unusual and indelible music singles in the history of Rochester, New York: "Second in Line", "Soul Chaser", and "She Walks Like A Robot". After he began working as an actor in some of my early videos, filmed with a $300 home video camera and a video editing program that said on the side of the box "for kids ages eight and up", I felt I should repay him in some way. I decided to set him up with the amateur musicians who had been scoring my videos and have him record a single with them, which I would then make a music video for. The musicians decided on a band name and settled on the unfortunate one of "Fudge Club", so the full name of Del's current band is "Del Rivers and his Fudge Club". We recorded and made a video for the song "Duesenberg (All the Way)", which surprised us all by being a pretty decent sounding song. I then helped the boys finish up work on a second music video: "Ape Farmers". No one knows what to make of this song, including the people who actually made it, but the video works. Del and the band have plans to release one more music single/video. -- As a side note, the video for "Duesenberg" is getting some attention worldwide from fans of odd music, on sites such as weirdomusic.com and alternativereel.com
-- Frank Stamm

Video sound processed by Quadruple A Video of Wolcott / Sodus (New York).

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