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The Quarantine Sessions
Produced by Ivan "Funkboy" Bodley.
Composed by the musicians.
The Quarantine Sessions are songs recorded in isolation and assembled via the internet to maintain proper social distancing, long-distance collaborations with musicians quite literally all over the planet
"Am I Famous Yet? - Memoir of a Working-Class Rock Star"
Chronicles of the life of a working musician who has met, worked closely with, and gotten to know renowned rock stars. He has practically become a rock star himself but without all of the annoying trappings of actual notoriety or fortune.
Follow this sideman’s hilariously heartbreaking search for fame, financial stability, and the ever-elusive quest for emotional peace of mind.
Ivan "Funkboy" Bodley
"Look at That Cookie"
My very first self-produced music video for the title song of my fourth album "Look at That Cookie." Filmed entirely on our smart phones, James Dower - keyboards, Joe Goretti - drums, and I have some fun.
Ivan "Funkboy" Bodley Live at The Blue Note, NYC
Headlining the Blue Note in NYC playing my original material with: James Dower - keyboards and Joe Goretti - drums. This song is called "Soul Kiss" and is available on my album "Pigs Feet & Potted Meat."
Sam Moore Live at City Winery, Nashville
Your pal, Ivan, on Fender bass, singing, and conducting the band for the original "Soul Man," Rock & Roll Hall of Famer. Trying my level best to capture the spirit of this great Jaco Pastorius classic: "Come On, Come On Over," originally featuring the vocals of Sam & Dave.
Sam Moore and Sting on The Charlie Rose Show, PBS
Your pal, Ivan, on Fender bass, singing, and conducting the band behind two Rock & Roll Hall of Famers. This improvised interlude bonus footage from the show, not aired in the original broadcast.
Jennifer Hudson Live at the Kennedy Center, Tina Fey Tribute, PBS
Sam Moore Live at Tokyo Jazz Festival
Your pal, Ivan, on Fender bass, singing, and conducting the band behind a Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, entertaining 5,000 of our closest friends and a national TV audience. Playing the classic Sam & Dave songs:
"I Thank You" and "Soul Man."