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Bob Lind - Looking For You (2006)

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Published on Sep 26, 2007

In November 2006, one of America's most talented and overlooked singer-songwriters, Bob Lind performed live a full-length in-studio concert for an upcoming documentary project. Bob Lind is known for his 1966 hit single "Elusive Butterfly" and other critically acclaimed folk-rock recordings from that period (produced by the legendary Jack Nitzsche). Bob is a prolific songwriter whose compositions have been recorded by over 200 hundred famous performers including Cher, Richie Havens, The Turtles, Petula Clark, Hoyt Axton, Marianne Faithful, John Otway and dozens more.

Bob stepped away from the music business in the 1980s but never stopped writing insightful and beautiful songs. The Los Angeles soundstage concert marks Bob Lind's return to the stage after roughly two decades on hiatus and features a mix of stunning new material with many old favorites. In addition to the concert, Bob videotaped a series of in-depth interviews about his life, his career and his music. He was also captured in rehearsal and on stage at two LA-area gigs and in candid backstage footage with friends and fans. The envisioned end-product is a concert program interspersed with documentary scenes, showcasing Lind's incredible gifts as a songwriter and performer, while giving insight to his unique personality and creative process. The producers are currently seeking distribution and interested parties are invited to contact Research Video Inc in this regard.

Catch Bob Lind live next time he's in your neck of the woods. He's not to be missed! Check www.boblind.com for tour/concert information and more.

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