Carl Sondrol - The Wayward Wind

Carl Sondrol - The Wayward Wind

Carl Sondrol is a composer and music producer from Los Angeles. He’s scored over 100 projects including short films, internet videos, commercials, games, and feature films. Two of them won Webby awards, and one song was performed in Carnegie Hall. He’s worked with directors like Jason Bateman, Dan Beers, and Celia Rowlson-Hall, as well as brands like CBS, Nickelodeon, and Samsung. In 2017, he released the Batika Hawk EP and music video series to the vocals of Batika Jones, Hawk Colman and his own.

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The fun and intriguing video of the song starring Angela Luem, Michael O’Neill and Danielle Gilmore is a collaboration of director/editor/DOP Steve Delahoyde and director/choreographer Monica Thomas. For the full credits click here.

“The Wayward Wind” is a country song originally written by Stanley Lebowsky (music) and Herb Newman (lyrics). Different covers of the song reached No. 1 in 1956 and 1963 in the US and UK charts.

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2 Comments

  1. Too funny. I remember when the song came out. This video brings out a whole other "why would a woman bother?" side.

  2. I enjoyed the video. Kinda worried that he might get hit by a car.

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