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Low Hanging Fruit

Music video - instrumental song. A keyboard and sax player falls asleep at the keyboard and has a fruit-inspired dream about women. Shot in Santa Fe, New Mexico at Desert Heart Recordings.

  • Max Highstein
    Jamby Jamby, Hotcakes, Open to Receive
  • Max Highstein
    Jamby Jamby, Hotcakes, Open to Receive
  • Max Highstein
    Jamby Jamby, Hotcakes, Open to Receive
  • Jade Stokes
    Key Cast
    Over It, La Grima, A More Iconic Duo
  • Versai Knight
    Key Cast
    LaRoy, Soft Spoken, The Night We Met
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Genres:
    Humor, Fantasy
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 39 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 28, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    650 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Max Highstein

Max Highstein received a BA in Music (jazz piano) from Goddard College. Then an MA in Spiritual Psychology from University of Santa Monica, and another MA in Counseling from Antioch College.

In the mid 1980's he starting making therapeutic guided imagery and music recordings. His second, The Healing Waterfall, became one of the most popular guided imagery programs ever recorded.

In the early 1990's Highstein began putting his music front and center, featuring his keyboard playing, with woodwinds, strings, and percussion. His CDs Touch The Sky and Stars were some of the most heavily played music on the New Adult Contemporary Radio format of the time. More followed.

His current catalog of guided imagery recordings contains over 80 programs, and is published on Audible.com and on his website, TheHealingWaterfall.com.

Max's music catalog currently contains 18 albums; the latest, Hotcakes, was released in fall of 2022.

Highstein's music video production work began 5 years ago. His work tends toward light hearted, whimsical productions.

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Director Statement

I think a music video should showcase the artist and the song, be visually compelling, and hopefully tell a story. With an instrumental piece (no lyrics) like this one, the story could be anything. So, it offers both freedom and a challenge.

I let the initial idea of wanting a piece of fruit lead my imagination forward. Several weeks of writing resulted in a comprehensive shot list, and then it was time to find the right supporting talent.

I was most fortunate to find Jake Stokes and Versai Knight for the roles alongside myself. It was a thrilling experience for me to work with them. We had a blast, and I think the fun of it pairs well with the song itself.