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The following clips encompass many different styles of music and different combinations of players. There are solo, duo and band performances from different settings with music ranging from Neil Young to Billie Holiday. Check back often for I will continue to add to the content of this page. ENJOY!

Visit my channel at YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bujajo



donahue.jpgThe Phil Donahue Show
Joan's National TV Debut

Joan performs an original- "Color Bright Eyes"

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Into '96
This is a composition for piano, violin, cello and percussion that I have set to still and moving images. I will have thewritten music available to download from my website in the near future. In the meanwhile, if you are interested in performing the music or buying a DVD email me at JoanieBeau@ earthlink.net.




Die Trauer Gondel II by Franz Liszt (Performed by Joan Bujacich)
Music and images - Joan Bujacich (Click here for more info.)




The Boxer
Here are two short clips from the video "The Boxer". I wrote the music for Joe Orrach and the piece was performed in the Wintergarden Theater in Berlin in the show Nachte Monde directed by David Shiner. (It was also performed on many other occasions.) You can hear the music in its entirety from the link on my "More Music" page but the only video available are these short clips.






Case Of You (Joni Mitchell)
Joanie sings & plays Joni: Concert Performance from Montclair NJ Amphitheater




Fire & Rain (James Taylor)
Joe Bilotti performs on guitar and vocals. Concert Performance from Montclair NJ Amphitheater




Like A Hurricane (Neil Young)
Joanie & Joe. Concert Performance from Montclair NJ Amphitheater




Serenade (Original Jazzy Tune)
Joanie & Joe. Concert Performance from Montclair NJ Amphitheater




The Very Thought Of You (Standard)
Joan performs this standard with Frank Elmo on Sax at the "Jazz in The Garden" Panasonic Summer Concert Series in 2008.




Come Rain Or Shine (Standard)
Joanie in a quartet setting performing at the"Jazz in The Garden" Panasonic Summer Concert Series in 2008. Frank Elmo - Sax; Takashi Otsuka - Bass; Bill DiMarzo - Drums




I Don't Know Why I Didn't Come (Norah Jones)
Joanie in a quartet setting performing at the"Jazz in The Garden" Panasonic Summer Concert Series in 2008. Frank Elmo - Sax; Takashi Otsuka - Bass; Bill DiMarzo - Drums




Mercy Mercy
Joanie in a quartet setting performing at the"Jazz in The Garden" Panasonic Summer Concert Series in 2008. Frank Elmo - Sax; Takashi Otsuka - Bass; Bill DiMarzo - Drums




Dr. Zeus DEMO


Dr. Zeus DEMO - Part 1: Space Oddity & So Into You
03:47

Part 1 introduces the band with Joe Bilotti featured on David Bowie's "Space Oddity " followed by Joanie Bujacich featured on Atlanta Rhythm Section's "So Into You". These clips are excerpts from a live performance at The Crossroads in Garwood NJ (2007) that features Joe Bilotti on Guitar and vocals, Joan Bujacich on keyboard and vocals, Phil Butler on Bass and Bill Di Marzo on drums. Keep in mind that this was recorded from a friend's video camera- so the sound is not the best of quality nor the mix. But you can get a feel for what the band is about- hopefully!


Dr. Zeus Demo-Part 2 Rikki Don't Lose That # & Dance Me
05:16

Part 2 features Joe Bilotti on Rikki Don't Lose That Number (Steely Dan) & Joanie Bujacich on Dance Me (Leonard Cohen).


Dr. Zeus Demo- part 3 :Low Spark High Heeled Boys & Essence
06:10

This clip features Joe Bilotti on Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys (Traffic) and Joanie Bujacich on "Essence" (Lucinda Williams).


Dr. Zeus Demo Part 4: Wicked Game Featuring Joanie Bujacich
02:18

Part 4 features Joanie Bujacich on "Wicked Game" by Chris Isaak


Dr. Zeus Part 5 - "While My Guitar Gently weeps" and credits
03:13


Part 5 is the final clip of the demo for Dr. Zeus. It features Joe Bilotti singing and playing a mean guitar on "While My Guitar Gently Weeps". This version is more in the style of the Todd Rundgren rather than the original Beatle version. Space Oddity returns with the end credits.