Todd Rundgren: Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect (1986)

Genres - Music  |   Sub-Genres - Biography, Music History, Vocal Music  |   Run Time - 82 min.  |   Countries - UK  |  
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In addition to being one of rock's most interesting and enduring artists, Todd Rundgren was a pioneer in the field of music video, and this program, originally produced for British television, presents Rundgren discussing his personal and spiritual beliefs and his approach to making music, while offering dramatizations of some of his best known songs, including Hello It's Me, I Saw The Light, A Dream Goes On Forever, and An Elpee's Worth Of Toons. Todd Rundgren: The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect (which, incidentally, is not related to the album of the same name) also features one of Rundgren's early video pieces, Videosyncracy, which features the songs Hideaway, Can We Still Be Friends, and Time Heals.



behind-the-scenes, career-retrospective, musician, music-theory, rock-music, songs