Kluso
The Stand
Director: Richard C. (Kluso) Tollini
Credits: The Stand - Lyrics/Music by Richard C. (Kluso) Tollini © 2008 Song performed by: Kluso Video Produced by: Kluso (p)2010 All photos courtesy of public domain. Original credits available on request.
Description: This is my original song - The Stand. The point of the song is to overcome adversity and never give in to oppression, or let anybody take away your human dignity. The video is there to portray a historical perspective of the ability of the human character to overcome the most difficult of situations, even those indignities inflicted by our shared flaws in our human condition.
Manga Queen
Director: KLUSO
Credits: Music:
Richard C. Tollini (KLUSO), BotE Productions
Richard Tollini Music (ASCAP)

Video -
Public Domain photos.
Organized and produced by:
Richard C. Tollini (KLUSO), BotE Productions
Description: Story of a Tokyo salaryman who rides the same train on his long daily trip to and from work.

He eventually falls in love with the poster image of a manga cover model that he sees in his train car every day.

This is his story.
KLUSO LIVE at Cotonoha - May 8, 2010 - Part 1
Director: Rick (Kluso) Tollini
Credits: Band: Lead Vocals/Guitar - KLUSO Bass - Chester "Chong" Reyes Drums - Mike Robles Producer - Kluso / BotE Productions Video - Kluso Thank you to Mitch and Maki.. proprietors of Cotonoha ArtSpace and Cafe
Description: KLUSO and his band Double Shot, LIVE at Cotonoha ArtSpace and Cafe - Ginowan City, Okinawa Japan May 8 2010 (Part 1 of 3) Special artist show - The Art of Songwriting.. an Americana Experience.
KLUSO LIVE at Cotonoha - May 8, 2010 - Part 2
Director: Rick (Kluso) Tollini
Credits: Band: Lead Vocals/Guitar - KLUSO Bass - Chester "Chong" Reyes Drums - Mike Robles Producer - Kluso / BotE Productions Video - Kluso Thank you to Mitch and Maki.. proprietors of Cotonoha ArtSpace and Cafe
Description: KLUSO and his band Double Shot, LIVE at Cotonoha ArtSpace and Cafe - Ginowan City, Okinawa Japan May 8 2010 (Part 2 of 3) Special artist show - The Art of Songwriting.. an Americana Experience.
KLUSO LIVE at Cotonoha - May 8, 2010 - Part 3
Director: Rick (Kluso) Tollini
Credits: Band: Lead Vocals/Guitar - KLUSO Bass - Chester "Chong" Reyes Drums - Mike Robles Producer - Kluso / BotE Productions Video - Kluso Thank you to Mitch and Maki.. proprietors of Cotonoha ArtSpace and Cafe
Description: KLUSO and his band Double Shot, LIVE at Cotonoha ArtSpace and Cafe - Ginowan City, Okinawa Japan May 8 2010 (Part 3 of 3) Special artist show - The Art of Songwriting.. an Americana Experience.
Mississippi Run
Director: KLUSO
Credits: Music and Lyrics by Richard C. (Kluso) Tollini © 2009 Video production by Richard C. (Kluso) Tollini (p) 2010
Description: A depiction of turn of the century America in the Mississippi River delta, and a mans attempts at happiness overcome by his addiction.. the "river" as metaphor for live and vicious circle we sometimes cannot escape
Memories
Director: KLUSO
Credits: Music, Lyrics by Richard C. (Kluso) Tollini - © 2007 Video Production by Richard C. (Kluso) Tollini (p) 2009
Description: Kluso original song and video - Memories. A little bit of a Wonder Years theme here (..actually, I think I was that kid). I wrote the song Memories in remembrance of my father who passed away a couple of years ago. Coincidently he is the one who shot most of the fim (on our old silent 8mm home movie camera). He is only in a couple of the shots in fact. Hopefully this brings back a bit of nostalgia for the Wonder Years generation. For more background visit my blog on www.myspace.com/klusomusic - good fortune and peace. kluso
Fallow Fields (the face of war)
Director: KLUSO
Credits: Song: Fallow Fields (the face of war) by Richard C. (Kluso) Tollini (c)2008 Photos from open source public domain websites.
Description: This is my original song, FALLOW FIELDS (the face of war) and my first video made with public domain photos. The intent of both the song and the video is not political nor specifically anti-war but intended to show the reality of war and the personal human toll it takes, even on those who physically survive but must carry the physical and mental scars of war.