Good Morning, Afternoon, and evening wherever you are on this earth. I opened last night online for Concordia University Drama event which is a series of two minute plays,I am in a few of the pieces, You can find it online here for five more link care all, thank you for visiting and listening. God be with you all For the concordia Theatre event outside of the curriculum, I am part of this new way of seeing theatre due to the COVID ife. We perform 2 minute plays, and mine is actually an expressionist film piece with the text coming from this new creative process link (link for show.)
Wow, Thanks folks in Hungary and elsewhere. Lost my copy in Vancouver late 90s when acting agent lost it. So great to see myself so young LOL Donald Morin AKA Eddy LaRoche WIndigo 1994 XOXOXO to all Found this today, my Lead role Film Windigo complete lol YouTube
Some nice news, My music video submission for the Engage Competition was accepted for the next level of their engagement. link…/c8ba3931-132b-43f9-aa30…, I am in this package, so scroll till you find me XOXOX To the glory of the most high, we are waiting. I had to transcribe the audio for this competition so here it is, plus stand alone of the lyrics of this live performance follows:
Transcribing of Lyrics and Words of Engage Video music video submission of song Watching People In Different Places Edited with images and words from film project; As A Koden, Talking Story; Who Is Your Name? The current Film project of Artist Donald Morin. A film which combines the words of real Hawaiian Evangelist JOHN STEWART, the late JAMES NICHOLAS, (Former Actor/politician/orator) and scenes in Hawaii and Canada of film character WILLY FRENCHEATER searching for Jesus in a time of change, resistance , spiritual awareness and the New World Order
LATE JAMES NICHOLAS: Colonialism, Huh
WILLY FRENCHEATER: Some people say that doesn’t exist anymore
LATE JAMES NICHOLAS: Ya that’s funny
(Background sound) I think he’s going drink some water first.
WILLY FRENCHEATER: I think we should be, a colonial revolution
LATE JAMES NICHOLAS: I think we should have a revolution
LYRICS BEGIN: Watching People In Different Places.
LATE JAMES NICHOLAS: Revolution of thee, the revolution of the people
LYRICS: She was working Sharing time
LATE JAMES NICHOLAS: Of the slightly left
WILLY FRENCHEATER: Slightly Left.
LATE JAMES NICHOLAS: Ya slightly left, small liberal
LYRICS: Painted pictures , Painted she
WOMAN’s WORDS IN FILM: I’m a watcher, I’m the observer,
LYRICS: Looking for like minded people
WOMAN’s WORDS IN FILM: I watch I watch people, and the spirit that they are in,
LYRICS: Near the steeple of ground zero
WOMAN’s WORDS IN FILM: the feelings they have and the paths that they walk
LYRICS: And everybody is running from Nero everyday
WOMAN’s WORDS IN FILM: And it is really wonderful for me to be participating here at camp. At a vigil camp, the only one in Canada right at this time that’s still, pretty active
LYRICS: Terrified minds in far away places, searching for the light
WOMAN;s VOICE IN FILM: Mannitou Migweech, Kitchi gweech, Kitchi gweech (Ojibway meaning phonetically: Great Spirit, Thank you, Great thanks Great thanks
LYRICS: Light of Like minded people, Crystal circles of ancient places
WILLY FRENCHEATER: The New World
LYRICS: Crystal Circles
WILLY FRENCHEATER: We have moved into total war
LYRICS: In Ancient faces
WILLY FRENCHEATER: Exact terror
LYRICS: They were running form Nero that day!
WILLY FRENCHEATER: Twenty-six thousands years from no-where into a wall to fight the system.
LYRICS: Looking for love in all the war torn places, seeing the sadness of all those faces Oh Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, jesus, Oh JESUS, Won’t you come today!
JESUS CHARCTER IN my FILM: Won’t any of you come with me?
BACKGROUND AUDIO in FILM: IF you think of a perfect..(purposely muffled)
LYRICS: For all those like-minded people in those war torn places!
BACKGROUND AUDIO in FILM: IF your question!, Where does God come from?
LYRICS: and all those war torn places, searching for the light, searching for the light, painting pictures Painted she, Shared Jesus, so did she, All the love in all those war torn places. Fighting hate in all those love sad places, Watching people on days like now On Days like now!
BACKGROUND AUDIO in FILM: You want to changed the world, you want to change the world
LYRICS: And the Devil!, he’s fighting faster.
LATE JAMES NICHOLAS: A Witigo a meda, A WItigo a meda! (Cree; Rough Phonetic translation The cannibal spirit, evil spirit)
JOHN STEWART (EVANGELIST in FILM): “… understanding to the acknowledging of the mystery of God, Of Father , and of Christ. ..”
LATE JAMES NICHOLAS: Arrgg A Witigo a medaa!,
LYRICS: Jesus is in all the right places
JOHN STEWART (EVANGELIST in FILM): “…And in whom, I give all the treasures
LYRICS: He’s in my heart, he’s in your heart, if you let him in!
WILLY FRENCHEATER in FILM: James was this rock Cree, He said we are coming to a cleansing
LYRICS: Watching People in Different Places, watching people in war tom places. Sharing Jesus in all those war torn places, Watching people In different places Jesus said, she said, he said
END OF VIDEO MUSIC SUBMISSION. LYRICS OF SONG as STAND ALONG (without added audio of film project.)
Watching People In Different Places Lyrics and music by Donald Morin
Watching People In Different Places She was working Sharing time Painted pictures , Painted she Looking for like minded people Near the Steeple of Ground Zero Everybody running from Nero everyday Terrified minds in far away places, searching for the light Light of Like minded people, Crystal circles of ancient places Crystal Circles In Ancient faces
They were running from Nero that day Looking for love in all the war torn places, seeing the sadness of all those faces Oh Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, jesus, Oh JESUS, Won’t you come today! For all those like-minded people in those war torn places! and all those war torn places, searching for the light, searching for the light, painting pictures, painted she, Shared Jesus, so did she, All the love in all those war torn places Fighting hate in all those love sad places, Watching people on days like now On Days like now! And the Devil!, he’s fighting faster. Jesus is in all the right places He’s in my heart, he’s in your heart, if you let him in! Watching People in Different Places, watching people in war tom places Sharing Jesus in all those war torn places, Watching people In different places Jesus said, she said, he said
End of Lyrics. God bless you all in these days of uncertainty. Just know that The Creator loves you
Good Morning, Afternoon, Evening, I hope you are all well on this fragile planet. What a time for us all, Condolences to all who lost loved ones during this pandemic, And prayers to all affected by this global change in our existence. Thank our most high for music as it is a form that can help us through time, space, and change. This atmospheric alteration of our means of living has affected me as well. Yet, why worry , I do, and the masks are what they are , and well prevention is the key I suppose. However, what about all those other theories, statements, alternative information about this pandemic? Who knows? I would be interested to how this pandemic affected each of you, your families, as you folks are the barometer of the world so to speak from my little universe. If some of you do not know, I moved mid June to a place closer to Concordia University, Edmonton, Alberta, where it is lower expenses. I only worry about the Elder I was looking after, his kids had a change of plans. Dwayne is a good man, who helped me through schools, my film project and music. He definitely gets a credit in my work as an artist up there with my twin brother Ronald and my son Dorian. Which brings me to my latest cover picture. An artist friend of mine in BC posted this picture and others from my 1996 Wedding to the beautiful and talented artist Laila Hansen of Greenland. A performer /filmmaker like myself, I met her through my old acting agent, who said she was looking for a producer. I said, "okay?..." curious, we met, both stating that it is strictly business" lol. I helped her producer her video for her grant application, created her Telefilm grant proposal, and edited her desktop video at t he time. Ya right strictly business... One night the hairs of our forearms touched and well that was it, five weeks later we both got married in Pandora's Park East Vancouver. What a time. From left to right" Designer Carole Goethz (Bride's Maid), John Powell, Fashion Designer/Artist, Laila Hansen Dancer/Actor Filmmaker, Moi Musician, Dancer, Actor Filmmaker, Twin brother Lawyer Ronald Morin, Singer/Artist Sandy Scofield, (She sang at the wedding), and Visual Artist George LIttlechild.
Well, There were a few more at the wedding, Barry Morris of The Native Longhouse Church was the Pastor, and Mark Prior best man. I hope you liked the picture, just a personal side of me that I rarely share due to respecting the ex Mrs. Morin lol. But avec John's posting on Facebook, it gave me a sense of relief, now I can share my wedding pics without offence to my son, his late mother or others. November 1996, her grandfather died, so she returned to Greenland, and I stayed with my son till I travelled to Saskatchewan to visit his late mother in the Sherbrooke Nursing home where she was cared for. Not sure if any of you knew, my son's mother had a tragic accident January 1994, which left her blind, tube fed and incapacitated. She could only hear, and it was a tragedy for both myself and our son. For twenty years we could not do much, as she was granted custody to her mother who placed here in the home. November 2015, she passed away a few months after her grand daughter's birth. A sad time for us, she is still in our hearts and A summer's Dream was a song I wrote for Danielle Lucille Pruski December 31st 1957 to November 9th 2015. Today, I am working on my film, grant writing and setting up my music studio again lol. So this summer, I should have some hew songs up and playing God bless you all for takng time out of your lives to listen to my music and read my emails. take care. Sincerely your, Donald Morin, BA
Good Morning, Afternoon, Evening. I tried to create this post earlier, but it disappeared. SO here we go again. The performance of Watching People different places at The Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Edmonton was powerful, here is a video edit from two different sources of event. As the late Norm Bullion said to me Fall, 1983; "This is For The Native People!"