Daniel Knox - It Gets Better

An outtake from the recording sessions for Daniel Knox's upcoming LP on Tight Ship Records.  Filmed by Barry Phipps on a Leica Dlux 3 camera.

Springfield, Illinois native Daniel Knox is a self-taught musician and songwriter who works as a film projectionist at Chicago's historic Music Box theatre, and occasionally theatre organist, Knox accompanied filmmaker David Lynch on organ for the Chicago premier of Inland Empire at the theatre, it led to his participation in David Coulter’s production of ‘Plague Songs’ at the Barbican in London alongside the likes of Damon Albarn, Rufus Wainwright, Sandy Dillon, Imogen Heap, and Phil Minton.

Also, he performed with Rufus Wainwright and opera star, Jessye Norman at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, contributed vocals to Jarvis Cocker's 2009 album Further Complications, lent a song to the short film Taxidermist (Bertie Films, UK) and shared stages with Cocker, Baby Dee, Camille O’Sullivan, the Bitter Tears, and A Hawk and a Hacksaw. Jarvis Cocker played a demo of Daniel's song "Me & My Wife" on his programme for BBC 6.

LISTEN :: Daniel Knox @ Coach House Sounds

WATCH :: Daniel Knox & David Lynch - INLAND EMPIRE OVERTURE (Jan. 27, 2007)

a video for the song "Lovescene" on the album "Disaster"

旧新宿武蔵野館(via)  楽士ボックスや弁士演壇と思しきものは見えるが、オルガンはないのかな、やはり。
室生犀星の短編『チンドン世界』のことを思い出してしまいます ....。

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