Go (Hanson song)
"Go" is a song written and performed by the pop-rock band Hanson. It is the second single from their fourth album, The Walk, the first single to be sung by youngest brother Zac Hanson. Written by Zac Hanson, William James McAuley III and Shannon Curfman. Go, Part 1: "Go" "Ugly Truth"Go, Part 2: "Go" "I've Been Down" "Rip It Up" "Walk" Go, DVD: "Go" "Underneath" "Taking the Walk" The song has been recorded by co-writer Bleu for his 2009 album A Watched Pot. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
The Walk (album)
The Walk is the fourth album by American pop rock group Hanson. It was released in Japan on February 21, 2007, in the UK on April 30, in the U. S. Canada, Mexico on July 24, in Italy on March 21, 2008. Being the second release of the band's own independent label, 3CG Records, this record is said by the band to be heavier than Underneath. All songs written by Taylor Hanson and Zac Hanson except where noted. "Ngi Ne Themba" – 0:24 "Great Divide" – 4:00 "Been There Before" – 3:33 "Georgia" – 3:48 "Watch Over Me" – 4:54 "Running Man" – 3:41 "Go" – 4:04 "Fire on the Mountain" – 2:42 "One More" – 4:11 "Blue Sky" – 3:37 "Tearing It Down" - 3:05 "Something Going Round" – 3:13 "Your Illusion" – 5:01 "The Walk" – 5:03 North American and Italian Bonus tracks "Got a Hold on Me" "I've Been Down" "Something Going Round" Japanese bonus tracks "In a Way" – 4:04 "I Am" – 3:44 1. Great Divide: November 28, 2006 2. Go: April 19, 2007 Craig Alvin – engineer, mixing Bleu – bass, production DD Dliwayo School Choir – choir CJ Eiriksson – engineer, mixing Isaac Hanson – vocals, mixing, production Taylor Hanson – vocals, keyboards, percussion, production Zac Hanson – vocals, percussion, mixing, production Hanson family – handclapping Iris Ministries Zimpeto Center Choir – choir Palesa Khokeletso – choir director Danny Kortchmar – conga, production Chris Rezanson – bell, triangle Kenneth Wyatt – bass, harmonica Adam Zappa – engineer Miles Zuniga – guitar
Strong Enough to Break
Strong Enough to Break is a documentary film directed by Ashley Greyson. It follows Hanson's struggle to release a follow-up to their second studio album, This Time Around, the creation of their independent record label 3CG Records; the documentary was shown at many college campuses around the United States during their 2005 tour and at the 10th Annual Hollywood Film Festival in 2006, where it was nominated for Best Documentary. The Strong Enough To Break DVD/CD can be ordered via their official store. Orders began shipping September 14, 2009. A documentary film by director Ashley Greyson which looks at Platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated artists Hanson and their three-year struggle with their record label, Island/Def Jam. With the music industry in the aftermath of corporate mergers, deregulated radio, an uncertain future, Hanson is faced with the challenge of making a new album while dealing with an endless array of obstacles. Throughout their trial and tribulations, they must learn to cope with an insatiable record label executive, incompatible producers and with each other.
Isaac Hanson as himself Taylor Hanson as himself Zac Hanson as himself, narrator Stephan Jenkins as himself Carole King as herself Danny Kortchmar as himself Allen Kovac as himself Matthew Sweet as himself Greg Wells as himself Jeff Fenster as himself Christopher Sabec as himself Glen Ballard as himself Lyor Cohen as himself Over 60 minutes of deleted scenes and interviews 5 never before released songs 15 demos from the recording of "Underneath" Exclusive 2003 Interview Deleted scenes from the writing and recording of "Underneath" New interview about the demos filmed in 2009 All lyrics and music written by Isaac Hanson, Taylor Hanson, Zac Hanson except where noted. Strong Enough To Break on official Hanson website Strong Enough to Break Official Website. URL accessed on October 28, 2005; the First 8 minutes of the documentary on iFilm. URL accessed on October 28, 2005. Yahr, Emily. "Hanson plans campus visit". Diamondbackonline.com. Harris, Will. "Blue-Eyed Hanson Man". PopMatters. Black, Evan. "Hanson promotes independent music, record labels at OSU".
Daily O'Collegian. Archived from the original on 27 December 2005. Strong Enough to Break on IMDb
The Albertane Tour was the debut tour by American band, Hanson. The tour supported Middle of Nowhere; the tour predominantly visited North America with additional dates in France and England. The Live from Albertane album was released the following fall to capture performances on the tour; the documentary film The Road to Albertane was made to record the touring experience for the three Hanson brothers. Admiral Twin Baha Men John Popper The following setlist was obtained from the June 29, 1998 concert, held at the Pine Knob Music Theatre in Clarkston, Michigan, it does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour. "Gimme Some Lovin'" / "Shake a Tail Feather" "Thinking of You" "Where's the Love" "River" "Madeline" "Weird" "Sometimes" "Stories" "With You in Your Dreams" "Soldier" "More Than Anything" "Speechless" "Ever Lonely" "Money" "I Will Come to You" "Good Lovin'" "MMMBop" "Man from Milwaukee"Encore"Look at You" "Summertime Blues" Fan Reviews Fan testimonial about Mansfield date all tour dates and images of tickets
Weird (Hanson song)
"Weird" is a song written and performed by the American pop rock band Hanson. It was the fourth single from the band's major label debut album Middle of Nowhere, it was featured in the 1997 film The Borrowers, playing during the end credits. All songs written by Isaac Hanson, Taylor Hanson, Zac Hanson. Additional writers in parentheses. "Weird" "I Will Come to You" "Speechless" "I Will Come to You" The music video for "Weird" was directed by Gus Van Sant. The shots in the white room were filmed in a giant round Victorian room with a floor of lights that rolled on its side and was twenty feet tall; the room rotated and was built by Tom Foden who has designed and built the spaceship for Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson's "Scream" video. The painting on the wall of the white room was The Judgment of Solomon by eighteenth-century Italian painter Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and was a smooth, enlarged color print, so Hanson could slide across it as the room revolved. Another tricky part of the video shoot was having Hanson swim underwater and lip sync to the song at the same time.
This sequence was designed by visual effect supervisor Ash Beck. The brothers wore weights, they had to hold their breath for a whole verse while they swam towards the camera. The video shows Hanson in Times Square and on the New York City Subway; the version of the track used in the video differed from the album cut. The video version contained extra backing vocals from Isaac and Zac Hanson and contained a different intro; the name of the version in the video is the "Movo Mix", only released on a promotional single released in the US in 1998. "Weird" did well in the UK, peaking at #19 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming their fourth Top 20 hit there. It did well on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, charting at #12. In Sweden the song peaked at #21. Desmond Child Mix Tom Lord Alge Mix South Beach Mix Movo Mix Guitar Mix Greg & Joey's Radio Edit Greg & Joey's Cure Mix Mr. Mig Dance/Club Radio Edit Mr. Mig Dance/Club Extended Mr. Mig Dance/Pop Radio Edit Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
Thinking 'bout Somethin'
"Thinking'bout Somethin'" is a song written and performed by American pop/rock band Hanson. It is the first single from their fifth album. Lead vocals are provided by Taylor Hanson; the song was released on iTunes in the U. S. on April 20, 2010 as an exclusive single before the release of the album. A music video was released to promote the single; the video was directed by Todd Edwards, co-founder of Blue Yonder Films, filmed by Kelly Kerr a Tulsa local. It was released for public viewing on their Myspace channel on April 15, 2010. Weird Al Yankovic has a cameo appearance as the tambourine player; the filming of the music video was not done using a regular video camera but instead using the Canon EOS 7D dSLR and Nikon AI lenses. This was done to mimic vintage filming; the video is a pastiche of the "Shake a Tail Feather" number from the 1980 film The Blues Brothers. Written by Isaac Hanson, Taylor Hanson and Zac Hanson. "Thinking'Bout Somethin'" – 3:45 Official website
This Time Around (Hanson song)
"This Time Around" is a song written and performed by American pop rock band Hanson. It was the second single from the band's second studio album, This Time Around; the song peaked at number 20 in the U. S. but did not obtain any significant success elsewhere with the exception of Canada, where it peaked at number 13. All songs written by Isaac Hanson, Taylor Hanson, Zac Hanson. "This Time Around" "Love Song" Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics