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Posted by audiori on 05-07-2007 at18:13:

  DA - Instruction Through Film (DVD)


"Instruction Through Film," a brand new compilation of concert performances, interviews, home movies, oddball oddities and more is now shipping.

This DVD includes many never-before-seen treasures from DA's long history, including performances in the early Calvary Chapel days, interviews, music festival performances, home movies of band rehearsals and road trips, Album cover photo sessions, promotional films, clips from rare short films and more. Songs include: I Believe In You, 'Aint Gonna Fight It, Happily Married Man, Black Gold Fever, Walls of Doubt, Darn Floor - Big Bite, Real Girls, New Car!, Sanctuary, I Didn't Build It For Me and more!

The DVD is "region free," and should play on any DVD player.

Posted by peawinkel on 05-12-2007 at15:20:


Got mine yesterday & just finished watching it.
This DVD is an excellent chronology of Daniel Amos. Very humorous & entertaining. Lots of wacky inserts throughout (I didn't realize how difficult it was for the 4 guys to squeeze their fat heads into that Darn Floor-Big Bite shot). From the early days of country/swing/soft jazz Daniel Amos to the keyboard-laden pop/punk of the Alarma! era to the grungier theme albums of the 90s, this perspective covers many years & many stages.
The constants throughout are Terry Scott Taylor & Ed McTaggart. A definite buy for the fan, this DVD would also resonate well with any Christian music fan that possesses a sense of humor.
The biggest frustration is that there is way too much material that must be left out due to the bands extensive volume of work. They really deserve more of a DVD box set. Also, I was hoping for some Swirling Eddies material but those guys are just too mysterious & evasive, I reckon.

Posted by Mark on 05-12-2007 at16:38:


I just read your post that you got yours, so I ran to check my mail. Mine hasn't shown up yet. Crying

Posted by Audiori J on 05-14-2007 at00:55:


A bunch have gone out. We spent most of one evening filling em. The Eddies stuff, yeah we had a few bits of Eddies footage we thought of putting in there but mostly it was cut for lack of quality. We will probably put some stuff we didn't use on youtube soon or somewhere.

Posted by jyroflux on 05-14-2007 at18:02:


I got mine today. I'm loving it. But, what's the story behind the easter egg clip? Confused

Posted by Eis on 05-14-2007 at20:44:


maybe tomorrow...

Posted by navfox on 05-14-2007 at21:07:

  Real Girls

Got mine today! Great stuff. the first fan tribute 1987 of "I love You #19" was cool. Which there was some footage from Cornerstone 2000 though.

Who was real girls girl?

Posted by Strange Animal on 05-14-2007 at21:48:

Question RE: Daniel Amos - Instruction Through Film (DVD)

will there be copies at the dogs show at theo's church next week? Cool

Posted by audiori on 05-14-2007 at22:07:


Not sure. The Dogs don't currently have any with them.. but we'll probably be talking to Roe soon about stuff like that. If they want some, they'll get them.

Posted by audiori on 05-14-2007 at22:08:


Originally posted by jyroflux
But, what's the story behind the easter egg clip? Confused

Hehe.. maybe its better left unexplained...

Posted by achentodaze on 05-15-2007 at10:28:


I want the big time,.....

Hide the beer.....


Posted by jyroflux on 05-15-2007 at13:39:

  When I'm Blowing Smoke

Posted by Crinklepot on 05-21-2007 at15:56:


I like the interview with the interviewee.

Posted by peawinkel on 05-21-2007 at16:17:


Originally posted by Crinklepot
I like the interview with the interviewee.

Yeah, that was quite a lengthy intro........... Big Grin

Posted by RocketPacks on 05-21-2007 at16:48:


I'm enjoying the video a lot. It is a shame that there isn't any films from the Motorcycle era.

Posted by audiori on 05-21-2007 at21:35:


Yes, it is. There were large time periods where pretty much nothing exists it seems like. But we did cover more time periods than we thought we would be able to.

Posted by minutia on 05-22-2007 at15:28:


So what is with the easter egg clip? Confused It repulses me, yet I cannot look away.

Posted by jyroflux on 05-22-2007 at16:30:


^ Exactly! Shocked

Posted by sondance on 05-22-2007 at22:54:


Have not received mine yet - are they still being mailed out?

Don't have any hound dogs but I guess I could tell our Chihuahua to get out there and see if he can track it down. Just watch where you steppin'

Posted by audiori on 05-23-2007 at02:21:


I definitely remember seeing yours go out with a bunch of others. We've been a little backed up lately - up until this last Monday anyway.. so, that may have been the issue. It may have just went out a little later than it should have.

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