A Guide to the Eric Graham Music Video Collection, 1980-1985
Eric Graham is a camera operator, director of photography, and videographer based in Austin, Texas. He has shot commercials, music videos, and for corporate clients such as Time Warner Cable and Titan Auto Insurance, among others. In the 1980s Graham created video production footage of Austin musical artists, especially The Pool (Patrick Keel), Joe "King" Carrasco, and Omar and the Howlers.
The Eric Graham Music Video Collection, 1980-1985, contains production footage used in creating various music video clips for state, national, and international broadcast. Included in the collection are one Panasonic NV-3020 ½” reel to reel VTR, 83 small ¾” video cassettes, 24 large ¾” video cassettes, three 7” reels with approximately five minutes of videotape on each, one :90 reel of 1” videotape, one 7” reel of ¼” audio tape, two 5” reels of ¼” audio tape, and seven 400’ reels of 16mm Tri-X reversal film. Additionally, some of the music video projects in the collection include papers related to them. The collection includes music of The Pool (Patrick Keel), Joe "King" Carrasco, Omar and the Howlers, Standing Waves, Arthur Brown, and Dee McCandless/Delta.
Use of video material restricted; please contact repository for more information.
Copyright is retained by the donor and other creators of the materials.
Eric Graham Music Video Collection, 1980-1985, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
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Detailed Description of the Papers