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tayu tau: GOOD TIME MUSIC of clammbon

A Clammbon tour documentary, made during the Musical tour of 2007, and released on DVD in 2008. This film includes a balance of live performances, interviews, band interactions, driving around Japan, eating noodles, and general exuberant Clammboniness. The whole thing has a rough home-movie feel to it, so it is probably best for people who are already fans and want a more intimate look at the band.

You can use these English subtitles to enjoy your own legitimate copy of the film. If you don’t have a copy yet, check the how to buy section and support the band! Thanks very much to the Mac app Miyu, to my friends Paul & Moxie for beta-testing, and to my friend Sendai Tom for troubleshooting the subtitle file.

  • Recommended Method: SubStation Alpha file — This is a text-based file you can add to a video in media-player applications. Get the latest version of VLC, open the movie, and then use the Video → Subtitles Track → Open File command to add this subtitle file.
  • Last Resort: QuickTime Movie — This is just a video file of the subtitles on a black frame. You can try playing this video simultaneously with the film; putting the film in a smaller window in the center of the subtitle video may just work out. I haven’t yet figured out how to create a QuickTime overlay file for applying to the movie.

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A second Clammbon documentary, created during the rehearsal and performance of the Yomiuri Again & Again ~Acoustic Sound & Band Sound~ shows in September 2012, and released on DVD in 2013. Planning and rehearsal sessions at the band’s country retreat in Kobuchizawa are interwoven with the performances of these two very special shows. The acoustic set is full of unusual arrangements and reimaginings of old favorites, while the electric set is what you’ve come to expect from a huge and energetic summer Clammbon show. Overall, this film is more polished, has more of a narrative, and is a better introduction for people who want to know what’s so special about this band.

You can use these English subtitles to enjoy your own legitimate copy of the film. If you don’t have a copy yet, check the how to buy section and support the band! Thanks to my friend Jon for beta-testing.

  • SubStation Alpha file — This is a text-based file you can add to a video in media-player applications. Get the latest version of VLC, open the movie, and then use the Video → Subtitles Track → Open File command to add this subtitle file.

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