http://www.VideoProductionPrimeau.com It was a dare by my employees to post this video. Do you recognize the man behind the mixing board (Ed Primeau circa 1983)? This was a video shot for "The Beat" a channel 56 TV show from the 80's with host Doug Podell. Tim Holmes from Pluto Post Productions (Birmingham Michigan) did the camera work. Tim is responsible for my involvement in the video production business.
UPDATE thanks to my Nephew Tom:
"That was a song I wrote during that Scott Morgan Band period. A local guy, Doug Podell - he's a deejay from Detroit - had a local video show on the local PBS station. He wanted us to come on the show, and I'd do an interview and then they would show our video. So we went in to cut 'She's Wild' to be the music track from the video. They paid for all of the stuff, and then they brought in some video and film guys and filmed us lip-syncing the song. So that was the track, and after we cut it, the guy who was the producer of it thought we could do more with it, so he turned it over to the engineer, who had done a bunch of stuff with Bob Seger, and they cut it all up and spliced the tape up, moved things around and changed everything arrangement-wise, but it sounded cool; I liked it. So that's the way it ended up. That's my brother Johnny and Scott Asheton again on drums, Gary Rasmussen on bass, Mike Katon on guitar, Jimmy Romeo on saxophone, and, I call 'em 'Some Girls' on background vocals - the producer just brought in his girlfriend and some other girl. The old 'bring your girlfriend in the studio' - 'You wanna sing on a RECORD?' But it turned out okay, and we ended up including that in our demo tape, it was the last song on our demo tape. The first song was 'Rhythm Communication,' the second one was a song called 'Come On Baby' that was kinda Phil Spector/Springsteenish, and then the next one was 'She's Wild.' That was the last demo that we ever sent to a record label. And after that, we cut '16 With a Bullet' and the rest is history."