“The Easy Ways” by Jim Fusco Album Release Party Concert – Full Video!

Happy 2015, everyone!  For my first post of the year, I’m proud to bring you the full video from my concert celebrating the release of my 2014 album, “The Easy Ways”!  In this concert, I play the album in its entirety.  I made a special mix of the album without the lead vocals and lead guitar.  So, I was able to play alongside that backing track to give the audience a real preview of what the album sounded like!

We had a great turnout and performance went off without a hitch.  If you weren’t able to make it, it’s a great opportunity to watch and listen to the whole album!  And, if you went, I’m sure you’ll want to relive the concert again and again. :-)

The concert, like the album, is split into two sections.  So, make sure to watch both videos.  I’d love to hear any comments about the album and hope everyone enjoys.

“It’s You” (Jim Fusco Original Acoustic Rock Song)

Originally posted 2008-07-23 23:30:36. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

By Jim Fusco:

Welcome to yet another Original Wednesday here on the Laptop Sessions with me, Jim Fusco!  Tonight, I bring you one of my softer rock songs in “It’s You” from my “big” album “What About Today?”.

This song has a nice tune, but it’s really about the words…which tell you that it’s really not the words that make the song.  Don’t really get it?  Well, then you have to listen to the music video!

Actually, I’ve had a really bad couple of days and I’m more depressed than I’m letting on.  But music always makes me feel better.  The “truth” line really reminds me of my former friend that I used to work with.  He probably doesn’t even know what he did to me, but I know…and unfortunately won’t forget it.

At least the blog’s doing well.  I’m sorry this description couldn’t be longer, but we’re ready to play Risk and I’m prepared to globally dominate Chris for the ump-teenth time.  Until Saturday- enjoy “It’s You”!



“Burnin’ Up” – How to Play

Originally posted 2009-07-02 22:11:31. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Introduction:  G-Em7-CaddD-G

Verse: G – Em – C – G

Chorus: C – D – G – Em

“Burnin’ Up Inside…” – F-Em-D

Bridge: Em (x3) Bm (end on C)

Verse 1:

Said you’re burnin’ up inside

No one seems to tell

You’re living from a personalized

Manual from hell

Chorus:

Life seems pretty easy when it’s from my easy chair

And you’re burnin’ up inside and no one cares

Verse 2:

Said you’d have enough this time

This town don’t treat you well

You always find coincidence

Well I do parallel

Chorus 2:

Life seems pretty easy when it’s from my easy chair

And you’re burnin’ up inside (x3)

And you hurt me..

Bridge/Guitar Solo

Verse 3:

Come and take my hand tonight

I’ll show you where to start

’cause every word that left your lips

Like a needle through my heart

Chorus 2

Outro

(’cause you’re burnin’ up inside) Hurt my eyes (x4)

End on G

Video Editing Services from FMP Studios

Originally posted 2008-04-30 19:00:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Video Editing

Jim’s Video Editing Services are only $30 an hour- Click HERE to contact us and get your project started today!

Jim’s video editing skills are simply unsurpassed. His musical training has taught him timing, as he can work with long fades or extremely quick cuts. He works with a multitude of programs including Final Cut Pro and Vegas, with professional training in FCP and Casablanca systems.

Jim edits on a Mac and backs-up all of his work on multiple hard drives (including Apple’s Time Capsule server-grade storage), so you’ll never have to worry about losing your work. All editing projects include the final master on DVD, as well as options to convert the final product into ANY computer format imaginable for web or disc distribution.

Jim has been editing videos to be optimized for the web for years. Below are examples of Jim’s highly-popular works on YouTube.

Watch Jim’s entry into the Brian Wilson “Heroes & Villains” music video contest! Notice the timing of the edits with the music and the weaving of the story through many camera angles and takes.

Jim edited this music video in about an hour! Multiple feeds of the same length were synced with the audio, then edited like a live broadcast. Imagine the possibilites!

Get YOUR video project edited professionally at only $30 an hour! Jim works faster and more efficiently while still maintaining the highest levels of quality. Click HERE to contact us and get started!