EPKs of Shaolin Records:
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Website EPKs are created to promote specific websites of Shaolin Communications and Shaolin Records.

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End of the Line WEBSITE EPK
Website WITHIN www.americanzen.org created for album: END OF THE LINE by American Zen.

 

List of Website EPKs

Each album will have several EPKs associated with it for Graphics / One-Sheet / Poem List of Song List

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    Title / Song Title Artist Description Credits Production Company  
    Peace Of Mind VIDEO by American Zen Scorpion Resurrection

    American Zen

    "Kung Fu Cowboy"

    Coyote wanted to promote the Kung Fu Cowboy Rock & Roll Movie 1. "When I'm up there getting Oscars for the Kung Fu Cowboy movie, I want the one for best song in a movie!"

    Written after Coyote was stung in the neck by a tan scorpion near the Mexican border while working a Brad Paisley concert.

    Producer: Richard Del Connor
    Director: Richard Del Connor
    Camera: Matt, Jasson Gomringer
    Editor: Paul Kulak
    Concert: September 29, 2014

    Kung Fu Cowboy:
    The Hippy Coyote: vocals,
         electric guitar

     
    Peace Of Mind VIDEO by American Zen Use Me

    American Zen

    "Kung Fu Cowboy"

    Shot only a couple hours after Coyote turned in the keys to his daughter's apartment and said, "Goodbye," to his kids, who were moving away.

    Coyote chokes up on "...no place to go"

    Producer: Richard Del Connor
    Director: Richard Del Connor
    Camera: Matt, Jasson Gomringer
    Editor: Paul Kulak
    Concert: September 1, 2014

    Kung Fu Cowboy:
    The Hippy Coyote: vocals,
         electric guitar

     
    Peace Of Mind VIDEO by American Zen Peace of Mind #2 American Zen

    Coyote changes wardrobe to personify each of the American Zen musical egos.

    Director Scott helps Coyote perform some video antics and duplications of himself.

    Shot in Jarrod's garage, Flintridge, California.

    Producer: Richard Del Connor
    Director: Scott Karahadian
    Camera: Jarrod Weinstein,
          Scott Karahadian
    Editor: Scott Karahadian

    American Zen: (all = Coyote)
    The Hippy Coyote: flute, vocals,
         acoustic guitar
    Steve Hixon: drums
    Rory G; electric guitar, organ
    Tom Calder: Rickenbacker bass

     
    Great Salt Lake music video featuring The Hippy Coyote on flute Great Salt Lake American Zen

    Coyote had just finished performing the music video, "Bouree," from Jethro Tull Stand Up album. Excitedly Coyote begs Jarrod to allow him to play another song. It's after 10pma and Jarrod's dad has told him to "wrap it up."

    Coyote dedicates the song to his son, Rory O'Connor, "...who was born in Salt Lake--Sorry about that!"

    Producer: Richard Del Connor
    Director: Scott Karahadian
    Camera: Jarrod Weinstein,
          Scott Karahadian
    Editor: Scott Karahadian

    American Zen:
    The Hippy Coyote: flute

     
    Kill The Spider music video of American Zen In Dreams American Zen Coyote performs solo in Tujunga.

    Producer: Richard Del Connor
    Director: Scott Karahadian
    Camera: Scott Karahadian
    Editor: Scott Karahadian

    American Zen:
    The Hippy Coyote: vocals,
         acoustic guitar

     
    Kill The Spider music video of American Zen Kill the Spider American Zen Coyote performs solo in Tujunga on the lost Alvarez 12-string acoustic guitar.

    Producer: Richard Del Connor
    Director: Scott Karahadian
    Camera: Scott Karahadian
    Editor: Scott Karahadian

    American Zen:
    The Hippy Coyote: vocals,
         acoustic guitar

     

 

About Shaolin Records
Shaolin Records was launched in 1984, releasing vinyl records and cassette tapes of Kung Fu music from Santa Monica, California. With its' origins in Shaolin Kung Fu and Zen Buddhism, Shaolin Records hopes to 'enlighten and entertain™.'

Media Contact:
Richard Del Connor
Producer, Shaolin Records

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