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"Unplugged" Alice in Chains (1996)

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Director:
Writers:
Robert Small (creator)
Jim Burns (creator)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
28 May 1996 (Season 7, Episode 3)
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Plot:
Alice in Chains perform an accoustic concert as part of the MTV Unplugged series. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
The best of the Unplugged series See more (13 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Jerry Cantrell ... Himself - Guitar and Vocals

Mike Inez ... Himself - Bass

Sean Kinney ... Himself - Drums

Layne Staley ... Himself - Vocals
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Alice in Chains ... Themselves
Scott Olson ... Himself - Guitar (as Scotty Olsson)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Joe Perota 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jim Burns  creator
Robert Small  creator

Produced by
Jac Benson II .... associate producer
Alex Coletti .... producer: MTV
Carol Donovan .... executive producer
Audrey Morrissey .... line producer
Toby Wright .... producer
 
Film Editing by
Jon Vesey 
 
Production Design by
Tom McPhillips 
 
Art Direction by
Doug Erb 
Mary Maurer 
David Parker 
 
Makeup Department
Audrey Da Costa .... makeup artist
Patricia Regan .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Meredith Bennett .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marie NeJame .... associate director
 
Art Department
Doug Erb .... designer
James Kehoe .... head carpenter
Gary Lanvy .... staging supervisor
 
Sound Department
John Alberts .... audio post: Sound Design
John Bates .... sound recording assistant
Tony Blanc .... front of house sound mixer
John Bleich .... mixing assistant: Right Track Studios
Keith Carroll .... monitor mixer
John Harris .... sound
Brian Kingman .... sound recording assistant
Rich Lamb .... sound recording assistant
Ronnie Lantz .... sound assistant (as Ron Lantz)
Stephen Marcussen .... mastering: Precision Mastering
Art Nastri .... sound assistant
John Seymour .... mixing assistant: Electric Lady Studios
Don C. Tyler .... digital editor
Toby Wright .... sound mixer
Toby Wright .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Rob Balton .... camera operator
Tom Blancato .... lighting board operator
Michael Callahan .... gaffer
Danny Clinch .... photographer
Kieran Healy .... lighting director
Charlie Huntley .... camera operator
John Meiklejohn .... camera operator
Jeff Muhlstock .... Steadicam operator
Jeff Muhlstock .... camera operator
Kevin Murphy .... Steadicam focus
Andrew O'Reilly .... lighting board operator
Tony Pascento .... dolly grip
Jack Roche .... video tape operator
Manny Rodriguez .... camera operator
Mark Whitman .... camera operator
 
Editorial Department
Anthony Amoia .... assistant editor
Danielle Berardi .... post-production coordinator
Rick Broat .... on-line editor
Christine Mitsogiorgakis .... on-line editor (as Christine Kapetanakis)
Jason Williams .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Travis Anderson .... production coordinator
Bob Benedetti .... utilities
Randy Biro .... band crew
Cinnamon-Anne Booth .... production coordinator (as Cinnamon Booth)
Frank Bourassa .... utilities
Mark Brandstetter .... production associate
Matt Burlingame .... production assistant
Tom Carroll .... utilities
Mike Colón .... production assistant
Joe DeMaio .... associate director
Gayle P. DePoli .... senior technical manager (as Gayle De Poli)
Joe DeVito .... production assistant
Jim Digby .... stager
Ted Emporellis .... band crew (as Ted Emporelli)
Erin Flynn .... production assistant
Kathy Flynn .... event manager
Patti Galluzzi .... representative: MTV Music
Therese Garlington .... programming enterprises
Mitch Geller .... technical director
Chris Giammalvo .... production assistant
Anika Gibbons .... production assistant
Joe Grimes .... production accountant (as Joseph Grimes)
Keith Guadarrama .... utilities
Maureen Guthman .... script supervisor
Michelle Hession .... event manager
Dorian Howard .... production assistant
Shara Kabakow .... senior production coordinator
Chris Kelly .... stage manager
Nikki Krieger .... production assistant
Jon Lasota .... production assistant
John Logan .... production assistant
Alan Masow .... production assistant
Reyna Mastrosimone .... event manager
Rich McDonald .... band crew
Mark Naficy .... band crew
Ed Paparo .... programming enterprises
Matty Randazzo .... video
Stacy Robinson .... production assistant
Staci Sarkin .... production assistant
Susan Silver .... management
Artie Smith .... band crew
Adam Spiegelman .... production assistant
Van Toffler .... programming enterprises
Tait Towers .... stager
Jim Washburn .... utilities (as James Washburn)
Kevan Wilkins .... band crew
Rich York .... utilities
 
Thanks
Sherri Anderson .... special thanks
Gary Fisher .... special thanks
Peter Fletcher .... special thanks
Michelle Fuentes .... special thanks
Susan Silver .... special thanks
Andrew E. Wagner .... special thanks (as Andrew Wagner)
 
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Nils Lofgren ... Himself

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jim Burns  creator
Robert Small  creator

Film Editing by
Glenn Lazzaro (1989)
 
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Germany:73 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The bassist Mike Inez has the phrase "friends don't let friends get friends haircuts" on his bass.This is directed at the members of the heavy metal band Metallica who had recently cut off their long hair. Members of Metallica were in attendance at the taping of this show.See more »
Movie Connections:
Spoofs "Friends" (1994)See more »
Soundtrack:
RoosterSee more »

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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
The best of the Unplugged series, 24 March 2002
Author: Jay Heilman (jheilmanjr01@yahoo.com) from Tampa, FL, USA

Out of the dozens of MTV unplugged performances there were two that stuck out in my mind as the best. The number two spot goes to Eric Clapton. An excellent show by the guitar marksman. But the number one in my opinion would be the Alice In Chains Unplugged. By far the best, this performance shows no matter how far down from the top you think you are, some of the best can come out it. Take Layne Staley for example, the period of time when he was seriously losing the battle against drugs (particulary heroin) he comes out of the dark and puts on a spectacular once in a lifetime performance. Just when you think Alice In Chains are gone and lost, April 1996 comes by. There's alot of humor in the performance as well as interactive comments with the crowd, particulary after messing up on the first take of 'Sludge Factory', an audience member yells "hey, quit f---in this up!" Even Layne's attempt at humor early in the show saying "Now we're going to break to, uh, an LL Cool Jay video, so" was kind of funny. Overall it was a great show. I have gotten the chance to see Jerry Cantrell in concert, but not with Alice In Chains. I've always wanted to though. Someday maybe. Is Alice In Chains done? Or do they have another chapter to write in their incredible history? All I know is, the 400 people in attendence to this concert sure were lucky. That's all I have to say about that.

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