ROCK HOTEL – ” RONG”(Official video) “LONESOME TRAIN”, Estonia, 1991.

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By ANDRIS DAMBURS
From Estonia
Length: 2:04
Year 1991



A song from the musical movie “Rock’n'roll in Baltics”, 1991., Latvia
Voice – Ivo Linna
Directed by Igors Linga and Aigars Grauba
Cinematographer – Andris Damburs
Designer – Mārtiņš Milbrets
Filmed on 35 mm SVEMA film stock, cameras “Konvass” and “Arriflex”
Music by Jonny Burnette,
Lyrics by Henno Kao,
Recorded in “Estonian Radio Studio”, Tallin, Estonia
Produced by Andres Poldroo
The “ROCK HOTEL” clip could not be created without participation “ROCKABILLY REBELS COW” Rockabillies Club, still the only one in the Baltics, as well as without their gorgeous motobike “IZH – 49″,
Garage master Fon Hagendorf, cycling by Ivars Priede, kissin – an – huggin by Antra & Kaspars, kitten Julia, teen girls – Agnese & Iveta
Story by Ritums Ivanovs & Kaspars Šmidken

My Channel “Sex, Drugs & Rock’n'Roll”
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Dziesma no filmas ” Rokenrolls Baltijā” , 1991.gads, LATVIJA
Igauņu grupa ” ROCK HOTEL”, solists IVO LINNA
Režisori – Igors Linga, Aigars Grauba
Operators – Andris Damburs
Operatora asistents – Jānis Eglītis,
Mākslinieks – Mārtiņš Mīlbrets,
Filmēts uz 35 mm kinofilmas ” Cbema”, Tallinā un Rīgas Kinostudijā

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ANDRIS DAMBURS

Director of Photography. All the music videos filmed by me were produced between 1987 and 1993. They were filmed on 35 mm film and no computer treatment had been used in any of them.