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The Lost AMV episodes

By , 18 February, 2012, 1 Comment

In 2009, Sherwin and I were developing a show for Public Radio. The 3 part “Orwell Storyteller” story was never submitted as a potential expression of the sort of show Sherwin (and Sean) might do, but Sherwin did write out the stories and recorded the first 2. When we were told that a pure story format was not something the local public radio station was interested in, we moved on.

Part one is a typical AMV story, but as we began to hear inklings that a “pure story” style show wasn’t going to fly, we decided to add a new element. So AMV37 features Sean doing an introduction as well as an interview at the end with the cowboy musician Skip Gorman who provided the music for the episode.

Part 3 has been written, but not yet produced. Sherwin is at the moment fumbling through his papers trying to locate his drafts. I feel confident that he will find it soon.

AMV39 is a standalone story that was written but not produced.

But here, at long last, are two of the four “lost” AMV episodes…(and my great thanks to Bob Sgandurra for sending me the only remaining copy of AMV37!) Photo of Sherwin at the Santa Ana Train Station by Stephanie Gould.

AMV#36 – The Orwell Storyteller, Part 1:
“In which Sherwin boards a train bound for a plain type of elsewhere and finds himself in a special sort of nowhere.”
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AMV#37
“In which Sherwin finds himself stranded in the badlands and then in an even tighter spot.”
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AMV#46: Flip Hackery & The Goose Hollow Girls

By , 9 February, 2012, 1 Comment

“In which Sherwin tells the stories of two very different sorts of local celebrity – Flip Hackery, who is most well known for standing in the middle of the street – and the mysterious Goose Hollow Girls, who still live in their closed down campground with only their guns, a zipline, dogfood, and a bonfire to keep them company.”
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“Ask For You” song

By , 6 February, 2012, 1 Comment

“Ask For You” is the fifth song Roy and I have collaborated on. After this one, I think we’re going into double secret stealth mode and will finish out a full album and do a big fancy release that involves hats and crying doves.
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“Ask For You” lyrics:
All they ever do is ask for you
all they ever do is ask for you
you were hanging from the wire
put your hand into the fire
lift yourself a little higher
not a lotta good a lot that do etc
and not a lotta good a lot that do
when you’re hanging from a wire
with your hand inside the fire

I thought of something else that we could do
thought of something else that we could do
Instead of hanging from the wire
Instead of looking for a fire

I thought of something else that we could do
I thought of something else that we could do
Instead of hanging from the wire
Instead of looking for a fire

“The Fingerprints of the Fallen Down” song

By , 2 February, 2012, No Comment

It’s been deeply rewarding to collaborate on this new series of songs with Roy Harter of Skinnyman Studios. As with the others, I sent Roy a demo for “The Fingerprints of the Fallen Down” and he built a song around it, adding verses, writing new lines, creating its shape and movement.
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The Fingerprints of the Fallen Down lyrics:
The softened steel girder finally bends.
A backbone of this city till the end.
Like bluebells on mountainsides
Smoke on the sea
The sidewalks and diaries
Won’t set you free
These are the fingerprints of the fallen down
How your shadow turns you upside down.
Gaze at this crooked photo frame
Glass cracked and hung in broken shame.
So come take me home again
We’ll soon regret
The sidewalks and diaries
Dance and forget
These are the fingerprints of the fallen down
How your shadow turns you upside down
What’s all of it, but failure crowned?
Glory am I, I’m starting to see the sky
Glory am I, I’m starting to see the sky
Glory am I, I’m starting to see the sky
Glory am I, I’m starting to see the sky
Glory am I, I’m starting to see the sky