VIDEOS

If your band played Scorgies and have a video, put the video on YouTube and email us the link. We will put it on this page.

Personal Effects – “Darlin”

To view this video in high quality, go to YouTube and select the “watch in high quality” link.

Personal Effects – “I See Heroes”

(Video by Duane Sherwood) The stylistic sequel to Drifting Apart, this post-apocalyptic video also showcased some of the projection elements that were used in their live multi-media shows.
For full story on this video see Personal Effects Video page.
To view this video in high quality, go to YouTube and select the “watch in high quality” link.

Personal Effects – “Nothing Lasts Forever”

(Video by Duane Sherwood) From Personal Effects second album, “It’s Different Out There”, the backdrop for this video was the change of seasons. Shot in Mendon Ponds and the Thousand Islands.
For full story on this video see Personal Effects Video page.
To view this video in high quality, go to YouTube and select the “watch in high quality” link.

Personal Effects – “Drifting Apart”

(Video by Duane Sherwood) From their homemade 1st LP,  “This is It”, Drifting Apart was shot in a single take, with no edits.  It won the Best Music Video award at the American Film Institute & Sony’s “Visions of the U.S.” festival in Los Angeles.
For full story on this video see Personal Effects Video page.
To view this video in high quality, go to YouTube and select the “watch in high quality” link.

Personal Effects – “Bring Out the Jazz”

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Personal Effects – “Don’t Wake Me”

(Video by Steve Black and Russ Lunn) Steve shot the film footage, then printed out each frame and colored them with pencil and then reassembled the frames onto video.
To view this video in high quality, go to YouTube and select the “watch in high quality” link.

Personal Effects -“Testify” and “Love Potion”

(Recorded on the Rochester show “Dance Beat” hosted by Scott Spezzano)
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Personal Effects – “Low Riders”

(Video by Duane Sherwood) Shot on the stage at Scorgies, this video to another track from their 1st EP was an early example of their live use of multi-media effects.
For full story on this video see Personal Effects Video page.
To view this video in high quality, go to YouTube and select the “watch in high quality” link.

Personal Effects – “Magic”

(Video by Duane Sherwood) From their debut 12″ EP, Personal Effects first video contrasts a warm interior setting where the band plays, and a cool outdoors nite-time date to Seabreeze Amusement Park.
For full story on this video see Personal Effects Video page.
To view this video in high quality, go to YouTube and select the “watch in high quality” link.

Hi-Techs – “Pompeii,” “Screamin You Head” and “A Woman’s Revenge”

(From the Channel 31 show “After Hours,” recorded sometime in 1980-81)
To view this video in high quality, go to YouTube and select the “watch in high quality” link.

The Projectiles- “Searching For Tamala”

August 14,1987

New Math – They Walk Among You

New Math’s first music video. Directed by Duane Sherwood

High res version at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQul6GOihdc

  1. Stan the Man’s avatar

    Your comment for “Don’t Wake Me” left out credit for Russ Lunn (clearly credited in the video itself alongside Steve Black).

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  2. Brian Goodman’s avatar

    note my New Math style hair cut on the above Projectiles video!
    ps the Projectiles videos are all from Scorgies!

    Brian

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  3. Del Rivers’s avatar

    In the Projectiles video, that’s probably Mike Murray and I bopping in the front.

    I thought the 10,000 Maniacs stole some of the fire from The Personal Effects; but they should be proud of their body of work, which remains very cool!

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  4. JIMMY FRIEZE’s avatar

    Does anyone have the original Scorgies “live” verson of “Cappy and the Frenchman” covering, “Our loves’ in Jeaopardy?”

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