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AMV#49: The Moxley Box

By , 19 January, 2015, 5 Comments

“In which Sherwin falls back on an old bad habit and comes face to face with the odious Redmond Moxley and his mysterious boxes.”

Music by Sherwin Sleeves and Roy Harter.

This is Part Two of “The Fingerprints of the Fallen Down – A Metaphysical Murder Mystery.” You may listen to Part One via the post just below or you can just read the following: In the first episode, Sherwin traveled to Paradox Mountain in search of the otherworldly maker of a peculiar “whippoorwill” clock. There, he not only found Avis Hearne dead with a bullet in her head, but also found himself the victim of the long-missing Helen Eleanor’s magical smoke.

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Whippoorwill & Moxley Art by Nuola (thank you Nuola!)

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“Little Round Faces” song from the story:

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AMV#48 – The Whippoorwill to Paradox

By , 18 January, 2015, 2 Comments

“In which Sherwin’s quest to understand the arcane use of a peculiar clock leads to an awful discovery on Paradox Mountain.” Music by Sherwin Sleeves and Angel Olsen.

This is Part One of “The Fingerprints of the Fallen Down – A Metaphysical Murder Mystery”.

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“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

Down in the Valley song

By , 20 August, 2010, No Comment

The last cover song request I got was from Blowhard a couple years back. He wanted me to do a version of Donovan’s “Atlantis”, which is pretty much impossible for me. It’s just too complicated and Donovany.

But @hackcomic on Twitter tonight asked me to sing this old spiritual song, “Down in the Valley”. To help out, he linked a youtube clip from the film “Stir Crazy”. How could I say no?

I feel like I’ve heard this song before in some form, but it seemed a little new. And I don’t know if @hackcomic is just messing with me, but I liked the song. And it’s simple, so that’s right up my alley.

So here’s a simple live take of “Down in the Valley”.
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Lyrics:
Down in the valley, valley so low
Hang your head over, hear the wind blow
Hear the wind blow, dear, hear the wind blow
Hang your head over, hear the wind blow.

Roses love sunshine, violets love dew
Angels in heaven know I love you
Know I love you, dear, know I love you
Angels in heaven, know I love you.

Writing this letter, containing three lines
Answer my question, “Will you be mine?”
“Will you be mine, dear, will you be mine?”
Answer my question, “Will you be mine?”

Down in the valley, valley so low
Hang your head over, hear the wind blow
Hear the wind blow, dear, hear the wind blow
Hang your head over, hear the wind blow.

Hang your head over, hear the wind blow.

Two Wedding Songs for Ron & Fez

By , 4 March, 2010, 6 Comments

Photo by Stephanie Gould

Tomorrow on Ron & Fez, it’s the “World’s Fastest Wedding” with Bill & Elizabeth set to tie the knot on air.

Here are two songs to go along with it, neither one fast or even short.

The first song really belongs to the Japanese band “UmiKebu”. They sent me the music a week or so ago and asked me to come up with a lyric and it suddenly seemed to fit in with this wedding deal.

I wasn’t sure if Kevin of UmiKebu could mix my million crazy vocals down in time, so I wrote another song, just in case. But he’s the World’s Fastest Mixer! I wish I could have him mix all my stuff. Anyway…

Song 1: “Lifted” Umikebu Feat. Sleeves
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Lyrics: Lets say you lift me
Until the body break down
Until the flesh grows weak
Until the light turns down
And everything I need
As the body breaks down
As you lifted me
To be or not to be

And all these premonitions
This whole land of felons
And every damned and new thief
And every lost and broken bastard
And anyone who’s ever broke down
And anyone who’s needing shelter
And if you’ve fallen by the wayside
And if you’re bleeding in the gutter
Instead of falling by the black sea
Come dance with me

Song 2: “Lay My Head Down”
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Lyrics:
I been lying in this manger
Down beneath the Bodhi tree
Like a pilgrim bound for Mecca
But the road is all I see
So I laid down in the starlight
Fell asleep and had a dream
That I’d hunted all the mountains
And I’d captured all the trees
Lay my head down, let my heart take over me
Lay thy head down, let thy heart take over thee

When I met you
For the first time
How strange I couldn’t see
My legs buckled, I’d done searching
And I was down upon one knee
Lay my head down, let my heart take over me
Lay thy head down, let thy heart take over thee

All these earthquakes and disasters
All these wars and enemies
Well, here’s your warning to destruction
Cause your lady’s married thee
So to William and Elizabeth
What holds you tight sets you free