Ron Ranew is a web design, photography and video production agency located in Tallahassee, Florida. They have worked with big names in media such as Atlantic Records, MTV, VH1, Wind Up Records to name a few. As well as bands like Alter Bridge, Seether, 3 Doors Down and many more.

In 1997 Ron Ranew began working on a documentary around the band Creed and their "My Own Prison Tour", this documentary would result a filming period of 4 to 5 years. During this period of exclusive access, a rare and extensive library of audio and video footage was created which includes studio recording sessions, practice sessions, song writing, band interviews, fan interviews, acoustic performances, backstage footage and full length concerts which were recorded and mixed in 24 track digital audio. About 100 hours of footage was stored into the library of Ron Ranew's agency.

The documentary has never been released and has been speculated that Creed's record label Wind Up Records prevented it's release for unknown reasons.

Surfaced Footage

There has only been four known clips of the Documentary to surface on the internet. Two of them uploaded by the YouTube Channel of Ron Ranew and one spread around among fans.

The video for "What If" which included a band interview, and a performance of the song which was still in it's early stages, having different lyrics and a longer run time.

The making of the music video "Higher".

The live debut of "Say I".

Do It All Over is the third clip known to be released of the documentary. Showcasing some of the bands rehearsals, interviews and photo sessions. The song was never finished for album use as announced by Mark Tremonti on his twitter account. This footage is the only known media of the song. It has appeared and disappeared many times on the internet due to Wind Up Records claiming copyright on the clip.


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