Saturday, May 31, 2008
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
For me it is 200 + miles drive to Southington and back, and after the second trip this month, I can tell you it is worth it. The staff is pleasant, confident and competent. I highly recommend their services. Their website is www.VSIHD.com
Here are few photos. Unfortunately we do not have one with Layne Rodney, a man who coordinated all of this and Bruce Nicki.
I am looking forward to working with these guys in the future and I highly recommend their services. wwwVSIHD.com. It's worth the trip, and yes, there is a free and available parking, not that I expected anything else, but living in New York, these things become important.
Also this is the second time I tasted
Blue Point fresh Blueberry Ale offers an unusual twist on brewing that turns out to be just perfect. A wonderful blend of fresh blueberries matched with a thirst quenching distinctive ale. We carefully add 132 lbs of blueberries to each special batch. Brewed with 100% American ingredients. Enjoy a truly unique flavorful brew!
1.040 OG and 14 IBUs
Technical Description: 1.040 OG and 14 IBUs 4.3% ABV
at Red Tuesday. Company is on Long Island , New York and this is their website: www.bluepointbrewing.com
The information about the beer was given to me by lovely waitress of the Scottish descent and General Manager David Vertefeuille, like a character from Casablanca.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Session with John Holbrook, as always goes smooth. This photo is done from my hand as most of them are, in the kitchen this time. Also I started to learn Pro-Tools program, after so many years of procrastination. So far I was using Logic Audio and RADAR, plus 2 inch analog tape with 16 tracks this time to record drums.
So far so good. And yes, John has a new haircut.
Sunday, May 25, 2008
Jamie Cohen and Nenad Bach go to Boston International Film Festival on June 6th, 2008 with "The Barber of Kigali"
"The Barber of Kigali" screens at The Boston International Film Festival on June 6th. This is a letter proudly announcing that my short dramatic film, "The Barber of Kigali, (Drama, 7 minutes) which I wrote and directed with the music composed by my good friend Nenad Bach, will play at the Boston International Film Festival on Friday June 6th, 2008 at the AMC/Loews Theater at 6:00 pm. The theater is located at 175 Tremont St in Boston, MA. The Boston International Film Festival is the largest International Film Festival in Massachusetts and one of the largest in the United States. My film is one of 100 films from around the world selected from over 2,500 entries. To see a trailer for my film, please go to: www.integrity-films.com. You can show your support by attending the screening in Boston. Hope to see you there!
Saturday, May 24, 2008
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms of Supreme Master TV in 15 languages
Nenad Bach’s interview is scheduled to air on Sunday, June 1, 2008 on
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms on Supreme Master TV. (photo Andre Chow)
Thank you, Nenad, for sharing your insightful stories, music, and the beauty of Croatian culture with our worldwide viewers. Best wishes and keep in touch.
Supreme Master TV
Subtitles in: Arabic, Vietnamese, Chinese (simplified and traditional), English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Slovenian and Spanish. And we should have Croatian subtitles as well. These languages are subject to change
Supreme Master TV is a free-to-air satellite channel broadcasting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with a variety of engaging programs in English with over 40 languages and subtitles. Being the ideal television channel that brings to your life Nobility and Spirituality. Broadcasting on 14 satellite platforms across the globe.
Air times on the USA East Coast (New York) – Europe add 5 and 6 hours:
Interview was conducted on February 9th 2008. Here are few photos from the session:
Nenad Bach, Andre Chow and Stacy Moon
Andre Chow, Nenad Bach, Stacy Moon and Heidi Murdock
Heidi, Andre, Nenad and Stacy preparing for interview.
4 photos above by Dino Rulli
Here is link to satellite info on all continents:
http://www.suprememastertv.com/bbs/boar ... =satellite
Here is the link for World Wide Webcast:
Paul Moravec, Cia Toscanini and Nenad Bach
Michael is Concert Music Administrator for ASCAP. A long time friend and a Croatian Irish American with a vast knowledge of history and human behavior.
Andrea and Emily Bear, grandfather Max Reicher and Nenad
Lovely moment in time. Emily is 6, Max is 100. The rest of us in between.
Thursday, May 22, 2008
Yes, few people got scared after I moved.
This happened after a short meeting with Madam Tussauds marketing manager Daniela Gorelov-Elasbat.
Monday, May 19, 2008
Radio City Music Hall - sold out. 6000 people. First song, Glen comes out and sings without microphone and acoustic guitar.
Last song Van Morrison's Into the Mystic.
Long conversation after the show. Peak into the essence of a brilliant artist. Friendliness, joy, higher intelligence and higher consciousness.
Monday, May 12, 2008
Here are few frames.
Thursday, May 8, 2008
Today, May 8th 2008 we recorded piano for six new tracks. Songs: "Everything Is Forever", Heaven and Hell", "Love is on", "Daughter's Eyes", "Aurora" and "Vukovar". My old time friend and 5 time Grammy Award winner sound engineer John Holbrook, as usual did a great job finding sound in my living room on a fairly good baby grand Petrof piano. For the first time we worked with Mislav Jukić, as an assistant engineer. He will do some sessions as an engineer soon. We drank Jana water as John and I are both in love with Jana, from the recording trips to Croatia when we recorded seven Klapa albums and drank 100 bottles of Jana and Jamnica.
First song that we did was "Love is On". Recorded with Grace preamp, two Schoeps MK 21 microphones (capturing up to 40 kHz) and one Audio Technica 4050 for ambient sound. All other songs we recorded with Manley preamp and the same microphones.
Maja Bach, our beloved German Shepherd dog had a solo on Everything Is Forever. Maybe for keeps ...on the film / rock opera / album that will come out of this (Mo' Kool - Everything is Forever).
Exciting day. We started around 10:30 am and finished around 8 pm. Good day of work.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
RANDOM LUNACY: videos from the road less traveled
Directors/producers: Stephanie Silber and Vic Zimet
Lotus Petal Cinema, Tuesday, May 6th, at 6:00 PM, 75 South Jefferson Street, Nashville, IN 47448. HOSTED BY EARTH DAY COMMITTEE! Questions? www.lotuspetalcinema.com
The Flying Neutrinos www.flyingneutrinos.com
Ingrid Lucia www.flyingneutrinos.com
Todd Londagin www.toddlondagin.com
Klapa Navalia www.klapanavalia.com
Nenad Bach www.nenadbach.com
You can read my interview with Violi Calvert for the Australian Handball Federation e-magazine.
Read the whole interview here:
Monday, May 5, 2008
Mick Hanson and I started to work on guitar parts for the new album "Everything Is Forever" with the song "Love is on". Mick and I played many times together recording at the famous Bearsville Studios in late 1980 - early 1990. Friendship and musicianship never faded away. He is an extraordinary guitar player who lives in Brooklyn, New York via London UK.
New York, Sunday May 4th 2008
Saturday, May 3, 2008
As a member of the NARAS Grammy National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences I was privileged to listen and even communicate with a few questions, with legendary Geoff Emerick. Event happened on April 10th 2008 at 509 West 38th Street (10-11th Avenue) @ Legacy Recording Studio in New York City. The occasion was his new book "Here, There and Everywhere" My life Recording the music of The Beatles by Geoff Emerick and Howard Massey - Foreword by Elvis Costello. That night I met a lot of friends. Among many Greg Calbi, a mastering engineer for my last album "A Thousand Years of Peace", but more impressive is the fact that he mastered John Lennon's albums among many others.
Finally after years of a self-delay I am opening this window of communication. You may call it Blog or Diary or Update. Whatever it is, here we go. I will post few changes that are happening in connection with my music here for you to see it.
Here is the YouTube version of "Can We Go Higher?" Možemo li Više? from the charity concert "Tony Cetinski and Friends", Umag Croatia 2005
Can We Go Higher? by Nenad Bach and Tony Cetinski
Also my page on MySpace.com is opened with 5 songs for you to hear at: www.myspace.com/nenadbach
New York, February 8th 2008
(This page is being updated with the friendly push by Violi from Australia - Thank you)
Week of April 1st 2007 - Nenad Bach's film music in the theaters.
Award Winning Film "Random Lunacy" by Vic Zimet and Stephanie Silber playing in New York on April 1st 2007 - details
"In Debt We Trust" is the latest film from Danny Schechter playing
in New York April 4-5, 2007 - details
Nenad Bach's music helps new film "Random Lunacy" score an
award, at the Westchester Film Festival on March 11, 2007 - Best Documentary - details
Nenad is a webmaster and editor in chief of CROWN - www.croatia.org . A webpage that aims to bring Croatians and non-Croatians together through articles and news. Non conformist with the focus on Culture and Arts.
Week of October 23rd, 2005
Millennium of Music, hosted by Robert Aubry Davis
Program on almost 200 NPR Radio Stations starting October 23rd,
2005, Check your local listings
"Croatia's Mystic Sounds--One of our most popular series ever is when we featured Croatian music. Producer Nenad Bach has recorded two programs of folk and other haunting music from the tradition called "Klapa" which are now generally available on disc, and we'll sample them this week."
Klapa Sinj and Nenad Bach USA 2005 Tour
Mediterranean Sounds - Croatia's Mystic Voices
Klapa Sinj coming to the USA
Buy Tickets Here: