In June of 2006, Charles Rice Goff III visited several experimental sound artists in North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Tennessee. Later that year, Taped Rugs Productions released a set of seven CDR recordings and one DVD video which documented Goff’s interactions during the tour. This archive presents the full hour-long video from the set.
The video showcases the talents of the following sound artists:
Andrew Chadwick, Dave Fuglewicz, Bret Hart, Scotty Irving, Hal McGee, Chris Phinney, Ed Shepherd, and Charles Rice Goff III.
And features visual and audio recordings made in:
Eden, North Carolina; Greensboro, North Carolina; Roswell, Georgia; Atlanta, Georgia; Gainesville, Florida; Ocala, Florida; Nashville, Tennessee; Memphis, Tennessee, and the airways and roadways above and between.
Visual highlights include:
The natural wonders of Eden, North Carolina. The substantial yard art sculptures of Bret Hart. The Elsewhere Artist Collaborative. The Gainesville Bat House. The Country & Western Hall Of Fame Museum in Nashville. RCA Studio B in Nashville. Ernest Tubb's Records in Nashville. The graffiti on the fence in front of Graceland. Beale Street in Memphis.
Special thanks to Jack Engard for hosting the Nashville leg of the tour and for providing sightseer guidance.
All original footage shot from June 13th to June 26th, 2006. Photographed, videoed, edited, and produced by Charles Rice Goff III