Groovy Night
 
 
 
Review Count: 98
Average Rating: 4.9 stars
Genre: Romance
Length: 4 minutes 28 seconds
 
Posted on: September 28, 2007
 
 
Film Description
Let Norrie and sisch take you back to the Golden Age of Jazz, when all the hip cats hung out at The Blue Note Bar!

Directed by sisch
Sung by sisch
Music composed and arranged by Norrie using Garageband
Lyrics by Norrie

Mods by:

Augie64
Daninsky
Dr House
Frenhofer
Melghoul
Nayazu
Rysto
Tarison
Sturk
Walverine

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Awards:
Nukester's Nuketastic Award
Sparky1512's Spark of Inspiration
MGMKid1's Golden Seal of Approval
Dulcilicious!
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Featured Reviews
- admultosanos

You have a one of the shiniest voices I�??ve recently heard for the first time. Nice song, some solid arranging and a stunning vocal performance made this. Flawless? No. The dancing bit was out of tempo.

Posted on October 2, 2007
- nukester

What is the true definition of an Excellent Collaboraton ?

This is without a doubt one, with the reason coming from fusing together the talents of a great lyric and melodic composer to a natural and exceptional directer,producer and singer. Your individual talents were showcased for all to see but what made this music video truly fascinating was the way your individuality bounced off each other. That's the kind of stuff you only see in special movies.

The music composition was the most original and authentic style that I have heard in a very long time, Norrie has such wonderful talent and ability and his lyrics not only went hand in hand with this, but your peformance is what wrapped,sealed and delivered the whole thing.Attention to detail was a fine charasteristic of this piece with you displaying such accuracy nailing the lip-synch to go hand in hand with your terrific singing!!

Last but certainly not least the direction and cutting of this music video was absolutely fantastic. You provided such refreshing angles within the club and more importantly you used very appropriate scenes which blended into the music score.

There was some excellent use of the black & white Augie which instantaneously transports you to an earlier era where Jazz music was appreciated for its purity. With each passing second I felt myself drawn into it's world because of its authenticity and originality!

Groovy Night is a solid and polished represtation of just what an exceptional collaboration can make. You and Norrie are the Singer/Song-Writer sensation on TMO and you both deserve such praise for an excellent job on creating a wonderful performance that just made me sit back and smile and be sucked into the beat,melody,ambience,mood and world!

I look forward to seeing more collaborations with you and norrie as well as collaborating with you on my future project but until then...

Nuke Well in the Groovy Night!!!!!!

Posted on September 28, 2007
- deliriousstudios

Impressive! Very impressive.

I must echo Ken's comment here, this is definitely the best music video I've seen on TMO. The black and white works incredibly well and everything just seems to fit together so snug and nicely.
I love the song (even stuck it on my mp3 player) but the marvelous vocals and inspiring movie to go with it make it so much better.

I'm impressed and inspired. I always thought a convincingly classy music video using this software would be near impossible, but you've proved it can be done and with such style too!

Love it. And I love you and Norrie. This has got to be your best collaborative effort so far and will be difficult to top, although no doubt you will.

Thanks for the music!

Posted on September 28, 2007
- kuroken

Wow! This has to be the best music video I've seen here...

I'm a sucker for good jazz, and Norrie has really outdone himself with this tune - then you add Sisch's playful, boppin' vocals, and you've got a hell of a song.

But there's a whole lot more to this - it's perfectly filmed and edited, visually capturing the feel of the swinging sounds and upbeat vocals.

This duo showed their chops with Old Folk Funk, and have really ratcheted it up a couple of notches with Groovy Night. I can hardly wait to see what they come up with next.

Posted on September 28, 2007
 
Reviews
- rogerSIMIAN

A great song with a great little movie - the use of black & white is atmospheric.

Posted on May 29, 2008
- katrina519

I loved it
though the singer was nasaly i thought it was great
i really liked the music you mustve worked on it for a while

Posted on May 15, 2008
- wolfmanofthesouth

that was REALLY good.
loved how you put all the scenes together like that.
the black and white was great.... fit the movie PERFECTLY!

Please keep up the GREAT job...

I am sure you will not have NO problem getting votes on your movies.

5 stars FOR SURE!!!

Posted on May 12, 2008
- cecil_evans

the song was somewhat repetitive. but the production was 10 star. i felt like i was transported to the 40's to a real night club and was watching a real show. nice work on that part.
sisch, you have a beautiful voice, but as jazzx says, you didn't do much in the way of improvisational jazz, which is what it's all about.
5 stars, anyway, because of the gestalt of it all.

Posted on April 13, 2008
- vessels

Oh this is so good! I know it's pretty hard to film a music video with The Movies, but you pulled it off well. This is the first music video for the Movies I've watched. Kudos! The scenes flowed together so well with the music. it is smooth and sophisticated. Great work!

Posted on March 24, 2008
- kyle1995

really cool movie with some very nice nmusic which fits in really well. Liked the black and white effect you have done and the vo's where superb. Overall a very good movie that deserves a place in the charts man seriously! Great job :) Could you rate my new movie Chicken 3 please.

Posted on March 21, 2008
- jazzx

My dad says that singers are killing music.
In this case, I have to agree!

Many a great jazz song has been murdered by bad lyrics and singing.

The song on display here was pretty good. A very good backing track and evocative visuals - but the performance by the singer was anti-jazz! It was extremely wooden and had no swing to it (apart from the "chick-chick-aah" bit, I liked that). In jazz, a singer should deviate from the main melody and improvise - that's what makes it jazzy. There was none of that here, just the same old melodic theme recycled several times and done in the same way by the singer.

But, nevertheless - so far, this must be the best jazz music video on TMO (this is the part you quote Mr director!)

Posted on January 26, 2008
- HansTond

Cool! Singen kannst Du auch noch- du steckst ja echt voller �?berraschungen. Den Flair dieser Zeit hast Du super eingefangen. Die Kamerafahrten sind Dir sehr gelungen. Und den hier kritisierten Tempofehler der tanzenden Fü�?e fand' ich nicht wirklich störend asynchron. Saubere Arbeit!

Posted on January 22, 2008
- 0630

You two are a great team.I was totally astonished. you have sush a lovely voice,and the music was awsome.I wonder how did you do all those movements of the singer? This movie brought me back to that era.I forgot where I was. I loved it and I'll look for more of your movies. I wish I had your kind of talents,and wish great luck to you!!!

Posted on January 13, 2008
- markcfc

No comment

Posted on December 27, 2007
- Wailwulf

WOW. That was a great song, music, words, sining. Fit perfectly for the time period. The visuals were very nicely done, except for the dancing feet, just didn't quite work for how long it was on screen. Otherwise, WOW!

Posted on December 20, 2007
- timothy_richmond_3

Holy cow. This is indeed one of those rare TMO musicals that do not come very often around.

Consensus:
A dazzling, extremely catchy musical that propels you back into the forties with amazing singing and breezy jazz writing.
(96%)

Quite a collaboration, Sisch and norrie. This musical is simply... perfect. Featuring quite the catchiest song too. Made me dance around the room. (great jazz writing, norrie) :) I have to say, filming this in black and white was the perfect choice. Sisch, you're an amazing singer. Nothing much left to say.

Standing ovation, everyone!!!

Posted on December 5, 2007
- Sunc756113

Good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on November 30, 2007
- gavcity

Elegant musical video.
Returning to the past.

Posted on November 29, 2007
- crazygenie

Absolutely amazing. I love it. The singing was great, and the way the movie was put together was brilliant. The black & white makes such a difference!

Posted on November 15, 2007
- Greenglades

Excellent video. The black and white is perfect for this jazz gem. Well mastered use of the dancing clips and bar scenes to create this lounge singing gem. Norrie's jazz music was done well and excellent singing by Sisch.

This is truly a music video for everyone's TMO collection.

Posted on November 15, 2007
- TerryMc

This is a very good movis keep up your good work :)

Posted on October 30, 2007
- crh1996player

Stunning! That was a great singing voice and the way you put that together with everything else, MARVELOUS!

Posted on October 29, 2007
- zanatany

les années jazz... ça me rappelle de bon souvenirs... juste que j'ai toujours adoré cette époque.
en plus en noir et blanc c'est très sympa
bravo
musique très bien choisi
it's good movie

Posted on October 19, 2007
- Bitethedust88

That was extremely impressive. I was hooked and enjoyed it 100% of the time. I loved the music most of all-bravo to sisch for wonderful vocals. I thought the female singing in the picture was excellently depicted. Wonderful, not much more I can say, just wonderful :)

Posted on October 18, 2007
- darren08121999

THAT WAS RATHER COOL,NICE,TOETAPPING AND ENTERTAINING ALL AT ONCE.LOVE THE MUSIC. VERY WELL DONE.

Posted on October 16, 2007
- yor444

Greate swinging movie, great camera acting, great...great....great...............WOW

Posted on October 14, 2007
- dulci

What's not to adore about this latest offering from one of TMO's hottest collaberations? Dulcilicious!

Posted on October 14, 2007
- Gwellmyn

No comment

Posted on October 13, 2007
- FredTheDuck

And now I finally get a chance to review it. . .and I have almost nothing to say

Hehehe, just kidding, I could go on about this until the cows come home - which would be a long time, seeing as how they've been missing for 25 years.

Norrie + Sisch + music = Awesome =D

Not a massive Jazz fan myself, but I have to admit,t hat was foot-tappingly good. Great job, both of you

Posted on October 13, 2007
- freddymurphy

Wow what a hot time! Great singing ,music and lyrics. The editing in this movie was perfect!Congrats on a great film!

Have fun

Posted on October 10, 2007
- esegal

that was great. it reminded me of the great gatsby, being during the golden age of jazz. if only you could have made this part of a film and not just a music video on its own. that would have been amazing.
i liked the close ups on objects that weren't people, like the bartender throwing the cups through the air.

Posted on October 10, 2007
- tsunamidog

OMG sisch! I didnt know you could sing! Some chillin' music here. You both did a totally sex-tabulious job on making a kewl music vid.
I'm not really a jazz fan, but i gotsta admit, you got some damn good singin' abilities goin on here.
Reminds me of the old days...

oh yah!

it was suprisingly groovy, i got up and shuffled in my room when i heard it.

Posted on October 9, 2007
- Lukas Hunziker

Hey, congratulations, visually and accoustically the best movies I have seen here so far! The opening creates a great atmosphere, the music is great and everything fits!

Posted on October 9, 2007
- bluestriker4444

Excellent music and editing combine to make this a memorable video...I was relaxing tapping my foot to the smooth jazzy beat and enjoyed every second of this...great job!

Posted on October 9, 2007
- axecinema

*Exhales smoke*

Smooth. Very smooth.

Posted on October 8, 2007
- demarreur

Great job, excellent performance !

Posted on October 7, 2007
- MattW0810

Without a doubt one of the greatest movies here. Sisch is an amazing vocalist, and it got to me; her voice and the jazzy music. Wow, i'm in awe. Just an overall fantastic amazing and stupendous movie! I kinda thought it was a real movie. It was just amazing. If I could, I would give it 4598234059384 stars! Ahhh!! chills.

Please rate my movie: THE LAST DAY OF THE WORLD

Posted on October 7, 2007
- scarface554

excellent movie it reminds me of the good times

Posted on October 7, 2007
- kell1608

Good job!! I like the Music!
If you have time? Please rate my movie Memories of Love and War.
It's about War in Iraq and 9/11.
Thank you and Rock on!!

Posted on October 6, 2007
- Rik_Vargard

Yep... yepyep...! Great music by one of the best composers on TMO, along with an unexpected and wonderful performance by Sisch!
B&W is a good idea for this. The directing is also very good with great shots of dancing people and setting up the ambient.
I had a great time watchin this! And again... !

Posted on October 6, 2007
- zaaapmmme

Ok good music video! I liked the black and white effect'
It added a great atmosphere to the movie.

The hopping was a bit crazy ? But hey thats only thats only one thing!
So very good overall !

ps.
Please check out my new movie ' It's only 2 minutes long Thanks!
film on!

Posted on October 6, 2007
- douloshupsistos

What a piece of art! This is a great music video - I almost forgot I was watching a TMO movie - hehe.

This movie is all about the music. Great music. There are not many directors that have a voice like this one =O). Loved it all the way. 5 stars frome here.

Keep up the good work.

Posted on October 6, 2007
- nahton

Wow, that was a great music video. If I hadn't been told the song was an original I would have thought it was an old standard (well.... with the exception of the use of the word "crap" :-) The vocals are great as well.

The direction was superb with some interesting camera angles. Nothing like stepping off the Old Funk Train and into a Groovy Night.

Posted on October 5, 2007
- Kowaru

Great movie!! I'm agree with nukester post! great great work

well done

Riggs

Posted on October 4, 2007
- mrmatty

ok but not much of a story

Posted on October 4, 2007
- franksniper

very goog, great work!!! see my movie and coment in http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=NEfQ-J5sGbo

Posted on October 3, 2007
- balaguer

hello! very good film.
from spain message.

Posted on October 3, 2007
- VandrendeOrn

Very nice, stylish movie :)

Posted on October 3, 2007
- derbyrams

A music video which is of a very high standard! An Excellent collaboration Sisch and Norrie! Well done both of you! This is by far one of the best music videos i've seen on TMO, probably the best! I really enjoyed this!
The music went beautifully with the lyrics and it certainly had me dancing!
I loved the way you used new scenes, like when people were dancing in the bar.
I found that very imaginative and something fresh, new as it hasn't been seen before on TMO and it was all done so well!!! This will go down as one of the most remembered/flawless music videos on the site!!!!
Hot damn, Sisch is a sexy diva in this i must say!
This was very groovy indeed, a very creative title!
Great work sisch! Your voice is very nice! You were out-standing!
Everything in this music video is amazing, really well professionally done and not one single flaw/fault in it at all!!!! The overlays were very creative!
The black and white style really added to the music video, great idea!
I found the camera work to be really well done! I loved the costumes!
Great work! It was timed all so well and i can't believe what i have seen!
I can tell this music video has been very well thought out with a lot of time and effort dedicated into this project and it has paid off which i am glad to say!!!!
To sort of sum up it all up, that was Fantastic, out-standing, incredible, amazing, breath-taking and so much more.
Infact, i was kinda speechless when i finished this music video, i knew it would be really good from the reviews and what i have heard and I was not let down, which is great! So, by saying that this is definetly the music video on TMO you have to check out if you haven't done already!!!!
The length was great, it all flowed together so well, the song, the lyrics, editing, camera-work, overlays, etc, everything was so well put together and this music video definelty deserves all the credit and acclaim it gets which i know it will get, which is what it sure does deserve!
Overall: 6 stars [if i could, a solid five* on TMO though]
There was so much to love about this music video!
A completly flawless music video, very professional!
I highly recommend this and give it two thumbs up! I gave this music video my new award, "DR's Pure Excellence Award". Well done! That was incredible. Deserves a hot-pick and much, much more! Can't wait to see more collaborations that you Sisch and Norrie do!!!! I think my jaw has dropped now after seeing this! Fabbo guys! Out-standing job overall.

Posted on October 3, 2007
- yalrok1075

It's so groovy and nostalgic. Nice.

Posted on October 3, 2007
- keithhat

Nice. PLEASE REVIEW THE OVERLANDERS, Movie Number,140983

Posted on October 2, 2007
- cvg6712

Great movie!I like the black and white film.Keep it up.

Posted on October 2, 2007
- actort1

Bravo, Bravo, Bravo! That was Awesome. It was so Awesome I feel that I was really in a Groovy Night World. It was Awesome. You should make like a after party or something! It was GREAT! Lethal_Entertainment I think it is the best work! TMO Lethal Entetainment rock!

Posted on October 2, 2007
- Mogwa

I love the atmosphere only black and white films can deliver. Look forward to seeing you create something in the classic film noir style!

Posted on October 2, 2007
- admultosanos

You have a one of the shiniest voices I�??ve recently heard for the first time. Nice song, some solid arranging and a stunning vocal performance made this. Flawless? No. The dancing bit was out of tempo.

Posted on October 2, 2007
- Flix Flicks

Great movie .. really love the jazz feel of this.


*please rate my first movie* http://movies.lionhead.com/movie/141795

Posted on October 2, 2007
- mericc

A fun, energetic music video with some nice music by Norrie and well sung by Sisch. I liked how the film had that old timey feel to it that fit the music oh so perfectly and Sisch's scene selection was excellent. Great job with this inventive piece.

Posted on October 1, 2007
- Bodyrock

Ein sehr schöner Film. Die Szenen passen gut zur Musik und sorgen für Stimmung.
Dein Gesang finde ich sehr ,sehr gut.
hat mir gefallen.

Posted on October 1, 2007
- judyann88

Bravo, great music video

Posted on October 1, 2007
- Armand

This is a lovely piece of clip making.

Wonderfully atmospheric and a nostalgic slingshot into a time long gone, derived from this notoriously uncooperative slate of a game. Everyone involved in this work is to be congratulated.

The musical sensation presented here is a world class effort and alone deserves 6 stars.

So why only four? Granted that within the time frame allowed by the length of the piece, exposition, set up, conflict and resolution have one of two choices: Either be severely truncated or sling-shotted out the window, allowing for a "happening" to occur. In this case it's the later. In essence this is a showcase piece rather than a movie. But besides as a showcase to the marvellous musical talents of the film makers involved, it highlights nothing of their story-telling abilities. Within the unspooling of this film we see a series of vignettes that hint at a broader story, but they are un-connected and fragmented. The central artiste performs, cops block a street, a woman prepares for her date, the night is danced away, a bartender exhibits his prowess... I rewound and watched it again, and felt that this should have been a set piece for a magnificent film noir that has yet to be produced. Perhaps this is a trailer? I hope so.

Marvellous use of mods and exciting attention to period detail. What prevents the last star for me is the minimal drive for a dramatic coherence within the journey of this clip. Behind every happening a story lurks, and I wanted to see this one badly.

You are to be congratulated on a wonderful piece of work!

Posted on October 1, 2007
- chrisu69

Ich bewundere Deinen Mut,wann kommt Deine erste CD auf den Markt?Sehr profesionell umgesetzt Sound,Bilder perfekt eingesetzt.Cooles Poster und schöne Overlays,grossartig!
PS:Ich hoffe es stört Dich nicht wenn ich auf deutsch poste.

Posted on October 1, 2007
- TheMGMKid1

Jazzy, red hot, and cool, a high point in technical excellence. Norrie and Sisch have created a brilliant work here in Groovy Night that will keep your toes tapping and your heart singing! Groove with the best and enjoy the show.
Groovy Night is awarded the MGM Golden Seal of Approval! Champagne for everyone!

Posted on September 30, 2007
- captainstrider

It is nice once in a while to break away from colour, There's something I find quite refreshing about Black and White on TMO. The choice Black and white and vehicle choices really helps capture the period. The lyrics were excellent and sung superbly by Sisch.

Nice use of mods and excellent implementation of Dr house's unlocked scenes with some great camera angles. Gives the impression that The Blue Note is one swinging joint.

Strider Out!

Posted on September 30, 2007
- kwistufa

Whoaaa!!

That was Mindblowing! Wow!
Im speechless after that. Though my fingers are
still clicking and feet are a tappin! :D
The Coolest little tune..Seriously refreshing & snappy.. Loved it!!
Lyrics were really cool & well done too.
Excellent piece of Music Norrie.Yes yes.., I'm impressed!! :)
Kudos to you Sir!
Loved the Atmosphere Sisch.. It was just Perfect.
The Direction, editting, Camera work..
The way you've made use of the animations is mindboggling.
Some of those angles were fantastic too.
That little cut of the 2 bottles spinning in the air... Wow!!
That was great..
Just 1 example of course, of SO many excellent cuts n snippets.
Editting was just Excellence.
Thank You for the Entertainment..
It's downloaded.
I'll be grabbing the Hi Res too.. ;)

Posted on September 30, 2007
- meowan

ganz gro�?artiger Film!! Bin sehr begeistert :)

Posted on September 30, 2007
- jase180

"It don't mean a thing if it aint got that swing" and this is a really swinging treat. Sisch's voice is as smooth as butter on a hot linoleum floor during a New Orleans Summer. Sultry and made of one part Marlena Dietrich one part Nina Simone, she really brings a seductive set of pipes to TMO. Swinging music by Norrie and when ya put the two together you get this-a real throwback to a time when...

This was a real Barn Burner and the both of you are a swinging 18 Karat combo. This vid was definitly in the pocket. Nice work. Now if i can only get Sisch to Sing "Falling in love again"....

Posted on September 30, 2007
- sergiojackson

Very nice!

Posted on September 30, 2007
- budrick

nice movie
plz rate my new movie Private Detetive Horst

Posted on September 30, 2007
- rposhard

Very nice indeed -- I'm rather at a la=oss for words since I am anxious to watch it again. The camerawork was particularly effective in this one, making what is essentially the same scenes shown over and over again look different throughout. And that song! Give me a samll jazz combo any day of the week, to me it is the very synthesis of music. And the fact you did it with Garageband is impressive indeed -- I didn't realize it had that much dexterity built into it. (But then, I am not musically inclined -- just hunt and peck on a keyboard.) Overall, a brilliant collaboration that is sure to hit the top of both the TMO and the music charts! Keep up the great work!

Posted on September 30, 2007
- goofparade

Well Norrie that was an incredible collaboration of 2 very talented people somehow fusing their collective artistry into a cool little movie to treasure.

Sisch, some of those lines are not at all easy to sing and you did a swingin' great job.
Norrie, I've never used Garageband to record my stuff (I use digital Performer) but I have got to ask you about that ap when I get the chance. The guitar, sax and trumpet solos are very, very realistic! A very well made song.

I might have missed the premiere, but I'm wearing my Zoot suit as we speak and headin' out to the dance floor right now(drink in hand of course)

gp

Posted on September 29, 2007
- noname_24

At least I don't have to tolerate Shark Attack at the top spot anymore...

Posted on September 29, 2007
- kate_lee

Fantastic! What a treat to hear Sisch sing a song that Norrie wrote! I loved Sisch�??s voice, and the song was amazing. This is the kind of experience that makes TMO very special�?�

And the video is great as well. Even the singer dances to the right rhythm! How did that happen?

Posted on September 29, 2007
- userjosh9874

WOW

What an amazing feat, executed by Sisch and Norrie! The singing was amazing, and the music complimented it perfectly! The technical aspects of this movie, such as lip synching and editing, were perfect as well! No complaints here! This movie earns a very well deserved five stars from me!

Posted on September 29, 2007
- andy_inc

That was fantastic guys! A very relaxing, fresh and entertaining song! Great work by both of you, and my God, can Sisch sing or what!
Very fun! Great work!

Now where's the album =D

Posted on September 29, 2007
- Howitzer

It's true, at the blue note all the tunes are really snappy!

I loved this production, thoroughly enjoyed it the entire way through.
My goodness, Sisch has an incredibly smooth singing voice- You should sing in real jazz clubs!
Norrie, I have to say that music was perfect down to the last (blue ;) ) note. Very well written lyrics kept it light hearted and swinging the whole time!
Sisch's direction was superb. It really captured the mood of the music and set the scene of the Blue Note Jazz bar so well that I wish I could go visit!

A flawless production and I'm sure to be one of my, and TMO's, all time favourites! "doo-bi-doo-cha-cha!"

Posted on September 29, 2007
- alex2112

Exquisitely done! Black and White, clever movements, singing, well just WOW. I loved it

Posted on September 29, 2007
- maxlapatate

It's nice movies but the song is poor

Posted on September 29, 2007
- josephkw

Mein Got! Sehr Cool! What a performance (or should I say performances by both Sisch and Norrie). That really captured the feel of a nostalgic get-together. I'm still tapping my feet and humming that tune :)

Posted on September 29, 2007
- pegleg

A nice light hearted musical piece with an excellently crafted video to accompany it. I'm feeling harsher than usual in that Count Basie and Ella Fitzgerald were mentioned in some of the marketng spiel, and although this is good the initial thoughts were more a hollywood slightly watered down jazz variation. Thats being harsh, and I never was even Ella Fitzgeralds biggest fan as my favourites were more the Sarah Vaughan's and Nina Simone's (who to this day is one of the few vocalists/pianists that can make me feel the power of music, especially songs like 'Strange Fruit').
Still I was really impressed visually with this video, and you've managed to work wonders catching the mood and the scenes and editing fitted like a glove.

Posted on September 29, 2007
- OlliEntertainment

Sehr groovy..
Cool!!

Film on!!!

Posted on September 29, 2007
- ubernewbie

slick, sexy video. I would have like to seen a hinct of graininess in the film to be more authentic of the period, but other than that, some nice work. Cool singing and some groovey dancing.

Posted on September 29, 2007
- Concordy32

Wow the camera angels were Fantatic. The music! Watching this and all I can say Is I wish my game can do that. Need I say more.
I can sure use your tip and info. Please watch and rate my movie
'Silent Movie 2' its and comedy at Concordy32. And feel free to watch the others I just do comedy sketches. -Concordy32

Posted on September 29, 2007
- TeatroXolotl

Garageband is peachy keen, daddy-o. Nice editing. Cool mood. One for my collection.

Posted on September 28, 2007
- Trashman

Very nicely put together music video:-D
You almost make me nostalgic for a time when I wasn't yet alive haha;-)
I enjoyed the look of the movie.The freecam use was fantastic with the way you focused-in on specific portions of scenes not directly related to the situations you used them in.For example,focusing on her feet as she quick-stepped while singing to the beat on stage,which is actually the gunfire dance...I love creative stuff like that.I would mention more examples,but I don't think I need to tell you which and where,I just thought I'd mention how much I enjoy that:-)
Great musical composition by Norrie,and your singing fit like a glove:-D
Very nicely done:-)

Posted on September 28, 2007
- TheFlyingDuDe-Films

Well I decided to not watch groovy night in online quality, but to download the hi-res version on norries website... and it was deffinatly worth it!
Everything just fitted so perfect the older look with the jazz the singer with Sischs voice and well the directing was so perfect in every way! The cam use the scene use the little story told... everything just wonderfully arranged!
But the star deffinatly was the music! Wonderfull swing jazz music( very well done norrie! =) ) and a beautifully singing Sisch( very very well done ;) )makes that propably the best self produced song I´ve ever heared!
Normally I´m not so ... well excited about a movie and haven´t ever said before in a review that is the best film in it´s genre (maybe I´ve said , one of the best, but never the best). That´s gonne chance now.

GROOVY NIGHT DEFFINATLY IS THE BEST MUSIC VIDEO ON TMO! A MUST SEE FOR EVERYONE!

Posted on September 28, 2007
- riott007

Watching this and listening to this actually made me tap my toes. Very catchy song mixed with a great voice, truly jazzy lyrics by Norrie made this a must see music video.

Posted on September 28, 2007
- trewill7

Gotta love that Jazz!

What happens when you throw Sisch & Norrie in a bowl and stir'em up?

You get "Groovy Night", a triumphant piece of musical entertainment.

Norrie composed a "smooth as silk" jazzy tune and Sisch set it on fire with her sultry vocals. An Excellent Collaboration!

I wasn't around in the Age of Jazz, but if i were, i'm sure i would've been hoppin' and dancin' on the bar to jazzy tunes like this.

looking forward to more.

-tre

Posted on September 28, 2007
- thebiz

Outstanding both visually and aurally with more class than should be allowed (as it makes the rest of us look bad). The music grooves and the scene/animation selection and cam shots were truly inspiring. The black and white was a nice call as well. truly outstanding work.

Posted on September 28, 2007
- K4ownzall

Norrie and Sisch... let me tell you that was a fantastic piece of entertainment! Beautifully put together in all aspects, from lyrics, music, singing, and movie construction! As I watched, I wanted to approach the bar and order a drink! It was indeed a GROOVY NIGHT!... and an easy 5 Stars.

Posted on September 28, 2007
- sgporsche48

Well that was fantastic! Put many of the new scenes to great use and some fantastic singing from Sisch! Norrie did an excellent job composing the music. Best music video I've seen on TMO, and hey, maybe real life too.

Posted on September 28, 2007
- heuser7719

Thats just great. Really fine done from you both and nice singing. :)
Enjoyed watching. :)

Posted on September 28, 2007
- nukester

What is the true definition of an Excellent Collaboraton ?

This is without a doubt one, with the reason coming from fusing together the talents of a great lyric and melodic composer to a natural and exceptional directer,producer and singer. Your individual talents were showcased for all to see but what made this music video truly fascinating was the way your individuality bounced off each other. That's the kind of stuff you only see in special movies.

The music composition was the most original and authentic style that I have heard in a very long time, Norrie has such wonderful talent and ability and his lyrics not only went hand in hand with this, but your peformance is what wrapped,sealed and delivered the whole thing.Attention to detail was a fine charasteristic of this piece with you displaying such accuracy nailing the lip-synch to go hand in hand with your terrific singing!!

Last but certainly not least the direction and cutting of this music video was absolutely fantastic. You provided such refreshing angles within the club and more importantly you used very appropriate scenes which blended into the music score.

There was some excellent use of the black & white Augie which instantaneously transports you to an earlier era where Jazz music was appreciated for its purity. With each passing second I felt myself drawn into it's world because of its authenticity and originality!

Groovy Night is a solid and polished represtation of just what an exceptional collaboration can make. You and Norrie are the Singer/Song-Writer sensation on TMO and you both deserve such praise for an excellent job on creating a wonderful performance that just made me sit back and smile and be sucked into the beat,melody,ambience,mood and world!

I look forward to seeing more collaborations with you and norrie as well as collaborating with you on my future project but until then...

Nuke Well in the Groovy Night!!!!!!

Posted on September 28, 2007
- BiggsTrek

sisch, your talent astounds me. Beautiful work here! I just watched this twice (once on Norrie's Hi-Res site, and now here). And I'm going to watch it again!

Five stars doesn't do this justice... :)

Posted on September 28, 2007
- bongoman

Wwwwwwwwwwooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwww, that was excellent.

Posted on September 28, 2007
- StokeStudios

Now that was a bit special wasn't it? A great piece of collaboration, you're both to be congratulated on a slick and most enjoyable film.

Posted on September 28, 2007
- sparky1512

Wow, that was fantastic - a really slick, professional well sung, well written piece. Both Norrie and Sisch out did themselves in their respective roles in this production, a cool smooth jazz tune with great vocals - Sisch really sounded like she enjoyed singing it!
Aside from the great music, the accompanying video was also very well done. Great attention to detail and most importantly, it felt like it had been made scene by scene to fit the song (i know it had but you know). Some music videos just don't really tie together visually with what you hear - but this one did so beautifully. Very well done to you both

cheers

Posted on September 28, 2007
- artorious

I loved that. Sisch You have a great voice. I loved the music it had me bobbin my head to the beat. Great work here.
There was one scary part though that part in the song that went "chic chic ah chic chic ah" made me think jason vorhies was behind me ready to hack away, but that's just the way my psychotic mind associates things.
Awesome job here Sisch. I really loved it

Posted on September 28, 2007
- active_studios

Very cool, Lethal__Entertainment.
Amazing song.
The lyrics of the song were also amazing.
All of it was very very cool.
Anyway, good job.
I award the total of 5 stars.

p.s. Check out Soul Shuttle the trailer (1st or 2nd)
Thanks.

Active_Studios

Posted on September 28, 2007
- Primaer

An exhausting clip. Why? Because it grooves and people hardly can keep there feet on the ground. Very well directed with a lot of style and a catchy song with original ideas and a great lyric, sung by a wonderful sisch (aber das du singen kannst, wei�? ich schon seit It's you ;O ).
I loved btw the scene at 1:50...I didn't understand what excatly you were singing, but the scene just made it for me.

Posted on September 28, 2007
- Breeanne

please be kind enough to rate at least one of my movies

Posted on September 28, 2007
- deliriousstudios

Impressive! Very impressive.

I must echo Ken's comment here, this is definitely the best music video I've seen on TMO. The black and white works incredibly well and everything just seems to fit together so snug and nicely.
I love the song (even stuck it on my mp3 player) but the marvelous vocals and inspiring movie to go with it make it so much better.

I'm impressed and inspired. I always thought a convincingly classy music video using this software would be near impossible, but you've proved it can be done and with such style too!

Love it. And I love you and Norrie. This has got to be your best collaborative effort so far and will be difficult to top, although no doubt you will.

Thanks for the music!

Posted on September 28, 2007
- kuroken

Wow! This has to be the best music video I've seen here...

I'm a sucker for good jazz, and Norrie has really outdone himself with this tune - then you add Sisch's playful, boppin' vocals, and you've got a hell of a song.

But there's a whole lot more to this - it's perfectly filmed and edited, visually capturing the feel of the swinging sounds and upbeat vocals.

This duo showed their chops with Old Folk Funk, and have really ratcheted it up a couple of notches with Groovy Night. I can hardly wait to see what they come up with next.

Posted on September 28, 2007