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Battle Of The HOT Network Stars: Charlene Tilton Vs. Pamela Sue Martin Vs. Lisa Hartman


Round 9 finds itself in a three-way battle of the 80's Night Time Soap Starlets!
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Why SOPA / PROTECT IP will break the Internet -- Great video explaining everything.

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Another way you could help educate people on why this is important is Tutorspree's Explain SOPA minisite. They'll connect you with people who don't understand it. Send them the video and answer their questions.

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Tom Ardolino (January 12, 1955 – January 6, 2012)

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Thomas Robert "Tom" Ardolino (January 12, 1955 – January 6, 2012) was a rock drummer best known as a member of NRBQ (New Rhythm and Blues Quartet). Ardolino was initially a fan of the band, and began corresponding and trading tapes with keyboardist and co-founder Terry Adams. On one occasion, original NRBQ drummer Tom Staley did not return for an encore, and Adams invited Ardolino to fill in. Ardolino performed well enough that when Staley left the band in 1974, his bandmates agreed that Ardolino was the natural choice as successor.[1] Ardolino remained in the lineup until the band went on hiatus in 2004, returning for occasional reunion performances, and lending his support when Adams decided to reclaim the NRBQ name for a new band in 2011. While lead vocals were generally performed by other members of NRBQ, live shows often included a moment where Ardolino would take the spotlight and sing, either with a karaoke backing track or with one of the other band members drumming.

Ardolino was a resident of Springfield, Massachusetts, and he appeared in a promotional video to campaign for the world premiere of The Simpsons Movie in Springfield.

Ardolino's solo album "Unknown Brain" was released in 2004 on CD by Bumble Bee Records, Japan and on vinyl LP in the USA on Mystra Records. The album consists mostly of basement recordings made in 1971-72. The cover states "WARNING: If out-of-tuneness bothers you, do not listen."[2]

Ardolino was also an avid collector of song poems, having contributed to the "MSR Madness" series of compilations.

In December of 2011 nrbq.com posted the following news "Tom Ardolino is presently dealing with a number of health issues and is expected to be in the hospital for some time." He died on January 6, 2012 at a Springfield, Massachusetts hospital. Later that day, a post on the NRBQ Headquarters page on Facebook read, "We regret to inform you that Tom Ardolino passed away today. Tom will be missed but his spirit lives on through those who were touched by him." [3][4] An article from the Washington Post later specified the cause as diabetes.[5]

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OFF THE CHARTS: The Song-Poem Story (Tom Ardolino)

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OFF THE CHARTS: The Song-Poem Story (Tom Ardolino)

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This music has everything in the world going against it. It's completely artificial, it's a scam, it's ... you know, I could probably list 15 different reasons why it shouldn't work. But, for some reason, something comes through all this stuff. And I think that's part of the charm and attractiveness that it has. - Ellery Eskelin, musician and son of song-poem auteur Rodney Keith EskelinOFF THE CHARTS: The Song-Poem Story is a fascinating, at times unsettling, documentary that exposes the strange underworld of the song-poem industry. In this little known subculture, "ordinary people" respond to come-on ads on the back pages of magazines, mailing in their heartfelt but often bizarre poems to "music industry" companies that, for a fee, turn those poems into real recordings. OFF THE CHARTS explores a truly unique, never-before-seen slice of Gothic Americana through interviews with several song-poem writers, the jaded producers and musicians who set their words to music, and a few of the growing number of zealous song-poem connoisseurs.Embedded media -- click here to see it.


Meet the some of the song-poets and the musicians who set their lyrics to music.


Like a warped fun-house mirror, the song-poem industry has run parallel to the mainstream music business for close to a century; it's estimated that over 200,000 song-poems have been recorded since 1900. The genre's durability can be traced to three American desires - to be in show business, to get rich quick and to share and express the deepest of feelings. Several of the "songwriters" are introduced - from an elderly woman to a young African American man to a small-town Iowan with big-time dreams - each of whom has been in the "business" for a while, churning out odd compositions that cover the waterfront of American obsessions, from Jesus to genitalia, from politics to Elvis. The film also features the producers (often known as "song-sharks") who hold out the tantalizing promise of fame to their eager customers, and the has-been musicians who sit in studios, day after day, year after year, interpreting some of the weirdest lyrics ever written.


As filmmaker Jamie Meltzer says, "The beauty of song-poems is that they are a result of the intersection, or collision, of ordinary people's expressions and the desires of musicians/businesses to make a quick buck, making the music as fast as they can, usually in one take. When those two forces combine, they create strangely compelling songs that are unlike anything you've ever heard."




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Rating starRating starRating starRating starRating star The creative drive
Thank goodness that few of the professionals of the song-poem industry have the same squeamishness about 'prostitution' that Rod Rodgers had. They're earning an honest living while giving people the joy of having their 'songs' produced.
Some of us worry about being worthy of creating things, and we worry about whether all conditions are ideal before we begin the process. Some people give no heed to such petty concerns and follow their muses, no matter how insane, untalented, or stoned! That is just beautiful.
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I wish a man would write such a sincerly and dear song for me.
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As a musician, producer, record collector and dj born in the late 80's I had no idea this Song Poem Story thing existed. WOW!!!!
Its truly amazing that these people (song writers) are so passionate about what they are doing, yet so insecure about it and so distasteful. It even more amazing how these company owners are able to produce this music nearly on the spot and make a living off this. Its absurd how people treat music and view it...
I wasn't sure weather to be happy or sad for the man who played his first gig at the country event with his son. Im just speechless at this point....ive played so many time feeling insecure about my own performance, but now i dont think i have any reason to be insecure about by abilities..
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I am sitting on my Super Bicycle "Angeleria" And I'm dressed like Captain Bicycle Angeleria! Come Show me yourself And live in the spirt of Jesus Christ Thank Jehovah For kung fu bicycles and Prisella Presley
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Rating starRating starRating starRating starRating star Thanks, Hulu. --- and, thanks to PBS (as usual)
Indy lens is definitely one of the best shows, no matter what they are focusing on.. I appreciate hulu jumping on the band-wagon and playing these as they were originally shown- sans commercials (esp as most shows on hulu are ruined with obnoxiously loud ads).
It is easier to watch here... easier to find. But, since there are many more in this series, if anyone likes these; go to PBS.org to see what else is there.
Oh, and Nathan (last reviewer), PBS is a "regular, non-cable, channel", so you should be able to see many more great shows there. Indy lens is generally on Tuesday nights! Just a bit of an fyi for you and for others unaware of this.

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this is why i watch hulu instead of signing up for cable TV. keep it up HULU
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I was blown away. This is too bizarre to NOT be real! Your film shows with gentle brush strokes, the lengths to which people without the wherewithal to realize their most over-blown dreams, will go, in hopes of being recognized and heard. I like that you were compassionate and didn't ridicule these people. While it does feel like a scam, there are people out there who will be lifted up by simply receiving a "professionally" recorded copy of their lyrics. To the song-poets, I say keep on writing. A foolish dream is really only foolish to the cynic who prefers to judge others for being courageous enough to try when they themselves haven't ever been out of their comfort zone!


William J. Felchner
Staunton, Illinois USA


Regarding your comment on songwriter Chaw Mank. His real name was Charles Mank Jr. He acquired his nickname because his little sister Gloria couldn't pronounce Charles, hence it came out "Chaw-Chaw," or "Chaw."


Chaw Mank (1902-1985) was more than a songwriter. He could also legitimately claim the following titles: book author, newspaper columnist, sheet music publisher, record label owner, radio personality, silent movie theater organist, music teacher, Hollywood fan club pioneer, inveterate collector and pen pal. It wasn't unusual for Chaw to receive more than 10,000 letters annually.


My feature "Chaw Mank and the World of Entertainment" -- published in now-defunct Illinois Magazine -- profiled the Staunton, Illinois, native. I purchased the remainder of Chaw's estate in the 1990s and it was loaded with memorabilia spanning an array of celebrities from the world of motion pictures, radio, television and music.


Chaw was heavily involved in the song-poet business, but he also penned or co-penned songs recorded by such country music artists as Lloyd "Cowboy" Copas and The Country Gentlemen. Chaw was definitely one-of-a-kind!

Alexandria, Virginia
WOW. What a great documentary into another aspect of the music industry. Everyone can realize their songs as they want - using the expertise and experience of the musicians and composers that are involved in making their dreams happen. The thing I think about when viewing this documentary is . . . what goes on with these musicians and composers that make other peoples dreams come true? What about these people (the musicians and composers) that put countless hours into learning their art, their instruments, learning music theory, and then making these songs come to life for the clients?? The documentary trivializes their role, and even demonizes their participation in making other peoples dreams realized. If you watch the end of the film you'll see that the musicians that make the whole thing come together are marginalized and abused. If you were screamed at or cursed at work, most would say that it was abuse - but if you are a musician, then you are doing your job. This documentary graphically illustates this reality.

Matt Nasso
I watched the song poem story a little while ago for my first time. At first I though it was a joke and the writers were just out to get a good laugh. Although a laugh is very common in the movie, after watching it more and more i started to become inspired by these people. They are all creative in their own way but they don't have the resources to make their dreams come true. They make the best of what they have and I find that their dignity is unbelieveable. The song poem story inspired me to write a few myself. The companies responded with the outmost kindness and respect and I thought it was very professional. Even if these songs don't become a hit the pride you get in knowing you wrote a song is undescribable. I just want to thank them for making a dream become a great reality for me. Thank You.

Roberta Carlson
Knoxville Tennessee
I've watched "Off The Charts" five times now and am watching it again tonight. I love it that the average person has a chance to do something creative. This movie is an inspiration to all of us who have theat creative spark but don't know what to do with it.


Especially is inspiring is the story of Gary Forney and his Iowa Mountain Tour. I've visited his website and am so happy to see his has managed to build a career on his dreams. He has inspired me to follow my dreams as well. He is an incredible man.


I am so happy that the filmmakers treated their subject with diginity reather than humor. I was expecting cruelty, but the film is sincere, uplifting and poignant.

gary war
Los Angeles, CA
Its sweet dudes that like Gary Forney and David Fox that keep me blasting away on my 8-track. **** Irony and kitch, listen closely to the brilliant hoser (as i call it in reference to logical chord progressions) efficiency in "The Thing" or the circular riffing in "three eyed-boy" to see what I mean.

I have rented this film from Netflix several times this year and have taken it on 3 different tours. It has become the hit of the bus. As a musician, I have a lot of respect for these men and women. Some of it is bizarre, but creative as hell! Great job on this film. Keep up the great work.

Ben Dover
Jubilee, NC
I went to the Chicago song poem event sponsered by this movie! What a great event! The first ever full blown song poem concert!

Gene Schubert
Green Bay, WI
Yes!! I just found out the soundtrack is available! Finally, something interesting to buy....outstanding work!!

Jamie Geier
Oakland, CA
I absolutely loved this documentary! I was telling all my friends about it too. I'm so happy to know that the world is full of such interesting and talented folks! I noticed some people were wondering where they could purchase the "Off the Charts" DVD and I wanted to let you all know that it's available at amazon.com. I just got a copy myself.


Thanks for a great show...

Dan Beck
Minneapolis, MN
This is the American Dream - for the writers and the producers. $200 - $400? A small price to pay for turning a writer's dream into reality. Crank out 30 of these a day, and the hard-working folks on the production side are making a living in the music biz. Everybody wins.

Alameda Dianna Plenger
Moorpark, CA
Thank you. I was doing a web search for my uncle Elmer Plenger and did the search by his stage name, Dick Castle, I have just discovered through your website my uncle's many other stage name. I believe my uncle being a song-poet has allowed him to fufill his dreams.

lancaster cal
comercial music can be a scam ,but true music is like math .1+1=2 ,Music is just that sure . music is apart of the force that which turns the earth ,The cicle of life excest only with certin ingredince .to lack one and whier no longer!!!!!!! Music is one of the many ingredince needed, Even if thier not lesting ,music is always heard

Santa Barbara, CA
"Off The Charts" is literaly the best thing I've seen on TV in many years. Extremely well done. I've shown my recording to many friends, and it's become an instant classic. Well done and thank you! "Jimmy Carter says YES" and so do I!

Austin Wiggins
Triad, NC
I have known many musicians in bands who were signed to labels, had to change their name, change their music, and then pay back the label for production costs. Now that's a scam! So, in the end, the song-poem industry is not that different from the record industry in general. Of course, the irony is that song-poem music is usually more entertaining than "real" hits.

Bakersfield, Ca
For many years I have been dealing with a studio..who have given me false hopes..How sad your Poem song story made me. A mock before family and friends And humileating. What a rip off. and what about the Poetry Swap records listed over the web of past writers that are full of dreams. Still this is an underhanded way of taking peoples' money-preying on their hopes and dreams. It quashes the spirt of so many writers, this was hurtful to me in a way.. I will take courage to reveal my love for words of Language elsewhere. iam finally through with the studio Ive dealed with for 20 years or more.

Richard Tur
Astoria, NY
I saw the documentary Off The Charts on PBS and loved it. I viewed it a few times on my PVR and liked the music (when I like a song, it plays in my mind). I went on the net and downloaded some song-poem MP3s that I could find to hear some more. Most of them were kitchy and funny until I heard Rodd Keith's 'Ecstacy To Frenzy'. I wasn't laughing anymore. I was amazed by how truly great that song is and the artist who made it. This genre of music is not a joke and I hope to find more great music like it. My compliments to the filmmaker and PBS for putting this excellent documentary on TV.

Gary Forney CCPSTUDIO@aol.com
laPorte City,Iowa
VAN DEE GARNER: Van Garner is a long time friend of mine. His wife is currently in the hospital for hip surgery. Several people have expressed interest in Van and his music. I will not give his phone or address here, but anyone concerned may contact me and I will give the information. Van, himself, is not in the best of health. I value Van as an old friend. His songs "Night Time Whispers" etc along with his poetry are very special to me! I am proud to know several of the people involved in "Off The Charts" personally. Van, Jamie, Art/David. A hidden reward of all this madness are dear friends. Please contact Van through me, I will relay your letters.

Victor Acker
Boston, MA
Deliciously creepy. Superb film making!

Oxford, Michigan
I recently saw the documentary Off the Charts: The Song-Poem Story on PBS. I thought it was amazing. I didn't see the whole thing though, I saw from the part about the kung-fu bicycles guy until the end. Some of the people were so sad. I felt torn between hating the song-poem guys for praying on the innocent and respecting them for kind-of providing a service for alot of people who need to feel like they have a chance of accomplishing something. I also couldn't help but laugh at some of the songs. My personal favorites were The Thing, Non-Violent Tae Kwon Do Troopers, and Chicken Insurrection. I told my brothers about it and I can't wait until they can see it.

Rachel Harris
West Los Angeles, CA
Great job again, PBS!! Your knack for (and grasp of) quality programming never ceases to amaze. I think the musician/arrangers on the production end of these song-poems are providing a terrific service by helping a lot of people, with something to say, feel good about getting up in the morning... and the more off-beat, the better!! If more people had a positive, creative outlet for their self-expression, we'd all be a lot better off...so thank-you to these folks for making it happen...and Arthur Kaufman (aka "David Fox") really is a fox!! And what a voice! THANK YOU PBS!

Aaron Ross
San Francisco CA
Oh. My. God. Thank you for revealing a whole new world of insanity. I run an Internet radio station, and after seeing "Off the Charts," I realize that I have a lot of work to do. I've started by ordering Phil Milstein's compilation "Do You Know The Difference Between Big Wood And Brush."
Thanks again,
Aaron Ross

Mike Cook
Ithaca, NY
THANK YOU a million times for this great film. Like the Ed Wood Jr. movie a few years back, it's one of those things I never thought I'd live to see made into a film. I hope this puts the name Rodd Keith in the pantheon of musical geniuses where he belongs.


The genre of Song Poem music is the only truly avant garde folk music left in America. It's sincere, strange, funny and beautiful, all at once - what more could you ask for?


How can I get recordings of Van Garner's songs, he is absolutely wonderful! There should be spoken word recordings of him, too, he has the greatest voice. His kindness and warmth as a human being came through so vividly in the film. I want to know how to send fan mail to some of these people, they deserve encouragement and support, especially someone as talented as Mr. Garner. Caglar was fantastic, too, I'd like to get ahold of recordings of his songs - but how?

Jon Jackson
Tappahannock, VA
This is, without a doubt, one of the most fascinating programs I have ever seen on PBS. I know and have known so many people who could have and may have taken advantage of an opportunity like this. As a former radio announcer and disc jockey, I became very familiar with many types of popular music, good and bad. The individuals depicted in this program are living at least a part of their dreams to the best of their abilities. To the extent that each of them deserves and earns some degree of deep personal satisfaction, these businesses are helpful.

Paula Puffer
Cypress TX
This has to be absolutely the most fascinating thing I have ever seen. I laughed and was totally amazed at the microcosm of life that were the subjects of this film. I told all my friends about it and even learned where Avoca Iowa was since I grew up in Iowa and had never heard of it. I'm adding this to my list of must sees on my website thepuffer.com

Charlie Langton
Decorah, IA
I started watching "Charts" slightlity after it started and spent a great deal of time trying to figure out if it was a brilliant spoof, ala "Spinal Tap," but in the end it was just plain brilliant. It reminded me of Morris's "Gates of Heaven," but with even more punch. Films like this show us how there is nothing weirder, or more wonderful, than just plain folks.

Jordana Barnes
Portland, Oregon
I stumbled onto watching "Off The Charts" purely by chance, and was so glad I did! As a record collector, watching the film made me ecstatic. There are gems out there - earnest songs written by earnest people and the effect is dizzying for some of these songs are hilarious, and some are truly gorgeous. All of them come from a very sincere place, and watching some of the collectors play their favorites and the musicians reminisce made me misty with record geek pride. It's a beautiful film filled with treasures which I can't wait to explore as soon as I get my hands on the compilations. Thanks to the filmmaker and PBS.

Shaker Heights, OH
This was brilliant. That tiny, fascinating snippet of "Little Rug Bug" pretty much convinced me that the late composer Rodd Keith deserves a whole documentary of his own. If you're the kind of music lover who'd rather take a chance on some obscure thrift shop 45s than subject yourself to the boy-band-du-jour, this well-done film opens up a whole new field of collecting and listening...and maybe a creative outlet for your least-commercial impulses, too. (In a perfect world, that "Annie Oakley" tune would be right beside Beck and the Bugaloos on my admittedly warped CD shelf. Please release a soundtrack!)

I must know how I can get my hands on a copy of "Off the Charts". It was the most brilliant thing I've seen in ages and I haven't been able to get the songs, the singers, and the perfect pitch of the piece out of my head.The kindness with which the subjects were treated made them all so real and wonderful.


Please let me know how I might get a copy to show to all those sick to death of hearing me hum "Non-Violent Taekwondo Troopers" and gushing about "that gem of a documentary I watched Friday night".
Thanks ever so.

Truly an inspirational film. If those people can make it in the music industry, so can I! I am rushing to send my poems in the mail TODAY!!


Thank you for bringing this unheard force of nautre to light!!!

Amy M. J. Elz
St. Louis, Missouri
The dreamers who make their dream a reality are anything but foolish. Thank you for giving us an inside look into a world populated by people with a vision.

Jon Moshier
Detroit, MI
Loved it!! Great job! As Music Coordinator for Detroit Public radio, I can't wait to get a video copy and make all of my co-workers watch!

L.A., Ca.
Seriously the funniest thing I've seen in a long time. I've been telling friends about it all day. It really left me wanting more. Thanks!

Sally Brady
Santa Monica, CA
After an all-too strenuous, commercialized Valentine's Day, I was so pleased to come home and turn on a show that really did speak to the human heart (...and, might I add, feline, canine, monkey and cockatiel!!) I've always looked to PBS as one of the last signs of intelligent life on TV, but this documentary was truly extraordinary! The "song-producers" were so keenly tuned into their clients' lyrics/desires-- it was almost uncanny...I especially liked the Magic Key production of "Annie Oakley", and, if that was Mr. Kaufman ("David Fox") singing-- here's to a warm and engaging voice!! And the filmaker,Mr. Meltzer, was so astute in what he captured...I hope we hear more from him too!! THANK YOU PBS/KCET!!

I was only half paying attention to the tv when suddenly I realized what a great film I was missing. Fascinating and wonderfully bizarre. I am a musician and know many people who would love this film also...I must have it! If anyone knows if it's available on video or DVD please let me know.

toledo OH
love the documentary...most importantly, i believe someone could stand to make a lot of money by coming up with the ingenious idea of compiling a boxed set of some of the best [or worst for that matter] of these recordings!



Gary Forney
Wow. I am still being amazed by all this. The next great film to watch for is "The Great Unknowns". How long can all this go on? Jamie Meltzer is to be thanked for the first light shown into the Shadow World of Songpoems. He should be a bust in the hall of fame. LOL. See you in St. Louis! ( My next concert date is there in June. Email me for details. )
-Gary Forney-

Thomas Nash
Ridgefield CT
The sign of a well-done documentary is one that contains a minimum of sentiment and shows respect for the subject. Varied and plentiful material and clean editing made this an outstanding documentary. Some people I talked to were touched by the ambition of the subjects; others were amused at the absurdity of their vision of themselves. Great work all around.

I can't imagine the content of this documentary (the interviews, "characters", stories, etc.) being more entertaining or provocative. The mantra I kept repeating over and over again as I sat in my living room watching this film was, "you couldn't write this shit"! At the risk of offending the filmmakers, "Off The Charts" looked like what would happen if Todd Solondz and Michael Moore teamed up to make a new reality show for FOX (of course, since there is intelligence behind it, FOX would have to cancel it immediately). Kudos especially to whomever did the research...once again, "you couldn't write that shit". Thanks!

San Francisco
I too would be interested in a soundtrack CD. I have a copy of "Beat of the Traps" from a friend and have loved these tunes for a while. Thank you so much for documenting these free spirits. Caglar ROCKS!!!! I'd rather listen to these people's unique, unpredictable tunes than any dull slick boring crap by Celine Dion or Justin Timberwhatever, especially as we watch "American Idol" try to find more Britneys and Justins--as if one weren't enough. There is too much Christina Aguilera and not enuf Annie Oakley on the radio!!


Check out the The American Song-Poem Anthology: Do You Know The Difference Between Big Wood and Brush from Bar-None Records

Hi...my name is Jarrod Gollihare. I'm quite interested in purchasing a copy of the documentary "Off the Charts." I saw it while half asleep at 2:30am on my local PBS affiliate and it blew my mind. Really funny...and poignant...and weird...all at once. (Quite a lot to take in at that time of night.) Is it for sale? If so, how can I get it?

Michael Kenney
I have never laughed so hard at a TV program in my entire life, and I watch a LOT of TV. So much, in fact, it is getting in the way of my devoting my life to Jesus. Thanks

Chad Cleveland
Missoula, MT
A great documentary. What a gem. Keep up the good work.

Keith Keller
Tomball, TX
I had never heard of song poems until february 11th when I stumbled across the "Off the Charts" program. I was absolutely mesmerized! I was speachless. As i watched i was torn between feelings of being embarrased and yet being somewhat jealous of the raw, inonocent, simplicity of the writers. how awesome it must feel to hear your words made legitimate in a recorded song.

E. Wells
The "Off the Charts" special inspired me to investigate the prospects of creating a web-based song-poem radio station. I would like to know if anyone else is interested (as either a co-creator or listener). email: songpoems@hotmail.com

your film is really incredible! i enjoyed your loving approach to these fascinating people and the situations you were ableto capture. wish i could see more! here's to the inherent beauty of "eccentricity" or thinking different from the norm. thanks and congratulations!

Mark Weiss
Palo Alto, California
I really enjoyed Off The Charts and am really glad I got to see it. I produced a concert series in my hometown and got submissions from hundreds of bands and artists who wanted to advance their careers through my little project. I definitely felt a continuum between the emerging artists I've dealt with and those featured in the film. I would say, however, that many of the song-poem artists appear to have no idea of the distinction between the production houses they deal with and actual music publishers and labels; they seem to have no idea about how far from commercial viability they are. To me the whole scene speaks to the power of technology: our words and musical ideas seem validated or enhanced by hearing them reproduced mechanically. That affect may be as true for Brittney Spears as for Gary Hormey. (in her case, we equate ubiquity with value, but it may be the power of the mass marketing we are reacting to as much as the art; the medium is the message).

H Clark
I was frustrated and chagrinned to find out that someone else had already had the idea of writing a song about 'Ginseng Digger'. I had that idea too and was composing a song of my own. It was very similar to the one presented in the film. My next song will be about about my favorite cereal, 'Crispy Hexagrains'. Peace to Caglar

Todd Robinson
Portland OR
I turned on PBS about twenty minutes into the film, so I missed the initial set-up, but I couldn't take my eyes off the screen for the rest of it. I am a filmmaker, and I especially love documentaries, particularly those that focus on an obscure subject rich with character. I was laughing so hard during a couple of scenes, that my girlfriend came down to see what was going on, and watched the rest of the film with me. We both are excited about seeing it from the beginning at its next airing. Great film, Jamie!

queens, ny
God bless these song-poets and this film! These compositions are a wonderful testament to the na�ve splendor of the American heart. To my mind, the only thing that could have improved this broadcast was if Angela Basset had performed an impromptu song-poem instead of delivering a stale reading of her cue card.

Wow! This was a great feature! Well done.

I was floored by this show. It made me smile, it made me cringe, yet as a songwriter, I felt empathy for every well intentioned stab at stardom, modest as it was, on the part of every person in the film. It is a brilliant and intimate look at a cultural slice that has (in some cases, fortunately) flown under the radar of modern culture. I would love to buy a copy of this film when it becomes available. Nice work.

Sir Caglar Juan Singletary <captbike@yahoo.com>
Elmira, New York


I am signaturing this website and praise ELOHIM to all my fans and ELOHIM troopers equally loving Jehovah,bikes,ladies.Praise to Angeloria and karate I fly my sky-bike higher to find JESUS THE JUSTONE.



Robb Bledsoe <Robb518@msn.com>
Cahokia, IL


Gary Forney told me about this film. I can't wait to see it. Having worked with Gary on a few projects, and being a singer for a "song shark" company, I am waiting with baited breath to see how the industry is promoted.

Gary Forney <Cropcircleproductions@hotmail.com>
LaPorte City, Iowa


How very nice of Sheryl Clapton to say she is former backup singer. Sheryl is very talented.
A sound track album would be cool. I think that it might take a dozen CD's though as there is a ton of this music. I, also, have heard that several people were all thinking of "companion" CD's..etc.
I have rights to my own songs and am thinking of just a little CD of my own stuff. Anyone interested can Email me. ( I am only in this songpoem stuff for the fame,money,women, etc. He said before rolling on floor laughing )
But, hey! It is cool that Songpoems are moving into the light. Who knows. Jamie told me he didn't think his film would change the world... He might be wrong!

katrina polaney <kpol361@aol.com>
los angeles, california


i got a copy of this film pre-broadcast and it is literally the most amazing thing i have ever seen. i have heard a little bit about the whole song poem phenomenon, but this is the first time i have ever been exposed to its inner workings. i laughed my ass off, i cried a little bit, and i will watch it again when it appears on pbs. thank you so much, mister meltzer, whoever you are, and itvs for making this contribution to popular culture.
is there a soundtrack available by any chance? i would pay hard cash for some of those songs.

Sheryl Clapton <sherylclapton@MSN.com>


Very glad to see original people on the TV screen, as a past back up singer for Gary, I have expierenced his music as informative, insightfull and refreshing. He speaks for Love and Free Will,





John K. Fitzpatrick <jfitz@teleport.com>
Grand Rapids, MI


I am psyched for the upcoming Song-Poem special ! On my website and companion CDr "The Oddball Auditorium" are featured some song-poems not heard elsewhere, from my own collection.
Enjoy. - John



Gary Forney <CropCircleProductions@hotmail.com>
LaPorte City, Iowa


I am proud to have taken part in Jamie Meltzer's film.
I do live in the shadow world of the songpeom industry! But, think "Off The Charts" will shed some light into that world.
SongPoems have existed for over 100 years. I surprised that no one other than Jamie Meltzer thought to explore the people and "songs". Well worth watching!

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Poets & Musicians

Meet the some of the song-poets featured in the film and the musicians who set their lyrics to music.

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The subjects I write about are martial arts, ladies, and religion, oh and science fiction too.

Name: Caglar (pronounced Sha-lar) Juan Singletary
Hometown: Elmira, NY, home of Mark Twain and birthplace of Tommy Hilfiger
Songs include: "Annie Oakley," "Non-Violent Taekwondo Troopers," "Bruce Lee's Daughter"
Alter ego: "Captain Bicycle"
Favorite lyrics:
"I have taken a vow of celibacy until marriage
But if Annie was to tempt me into her carriage
I might lose to Miss Oakley - it's not funny
Annie is one of my historical honeys."

listenListen to a clip of the song "Non-Violent Taekwondo Troopers"




My son and I like to call ourselves the Iowa Mountain Tour. There are no mountains in Iowa, unless you count a few hills and quarries, but we like those cute names.

Name: Gary Forney
Hometown: Lives in Avoca, IA with his wife Bonnie, son Josh and daughter Laura
Songs include: "Caravan," "Three Eyed Boy," "Chicken Insurrection"
Favorite lyrics:
"What are we doing here, where are we going to
Tell me if you can, what is the big plan
Everywhere we go everyone we know seems to be Insane."

listenListen to a clip of the song "Caravan"




Art Kaufman


My girlfriend at the time named my alter ego David Fox. Because my middle name was David and she thought I was a fox.

Name: Art Kaufman, a.k.a. David Fox
Hometown: Lives in Cedar City, UT with his wife and two daughters
Songs include: Thousands of song-poems. Art has been writing music for song-poems for 25 years.
Songs featured in film: "Non-Violent Taekwondo Troopers," "Caravan," "Annie Oakley," "The Thing"
Craziest song he ever received: His first in the business, "Masakay Demoken," a freestyle seemingly nonsensical rant against all that we hold sacred; lyrics include - "The fat man walks, the gypsy laughs behind him, the wicked evil tomato head derides ..."

listenListen to a clip of the song "The Thing"




That's a picture of Eddie Fisher. I was brought in to coach Eddie on his comeback album. Eddie's not comin' back, he's had it.

Name: Gene Merlino, a.k.a. Gene Marshall, "King of the Demo Singers"
Hometown: Born in San Francisco; has lived in Los Angeles since the mid-1950s working as a session musician and vocal coach.
Fun Fact: Winner of a Best Vocal Group Grammy in 1966 for his participation with the Anita Kerr Singers and their song "Michelle."
Songs Featured in Film:
"I am a Ginseng Digger," "The 23rd Channel," "Jimmy Carter Says Yes!" and "Out in the Woods."

listenListen to a clip of the song "The Moon Men"


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Dr. Angela Davis Reflects on the Black Power Movement

Earlier this month, Independent Lens launched a slate of films celebrating Black History at the Television Critics Association in Los Angeles. While at the event, the series teamed up with PBS NewsHour’s Hari Sreenivasan to interview many of the filmmakers and subjects. Watch an excerpt below of Sreenivasan’s conversation with Dr. Angela Davis, profiled in Göran Hugo Olsson’s The Black Power Mixtape 1967–1975 which premieres on PBS on February 9.

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LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast
Episode 3: Jim Keltner

Jim KeltnerJim Keltner is one of the world’s most beloved session drummers. A true talent, he contributed to the solo recordings of three out of the four Beatles, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Randy Newman, Arlo Guthrie, Harry Nilsson, Bonnie Raitt, Yoko Ono and many more. Over the course of a decade, Keltner and Lennon established a close friendship, playing together on six of Lennon’s albums. In this interview Keltner gives us perspective on Lennon as a person and as an artist.

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Each podcast will consist of slightly edited interviews conducted for the film American Masters LENNONYC introduced by Susan Lacy, series creator and executive producer of American Masters and a producer of LENNONYC and Michael Epstein, director/writer of LENNONYC. New “episodes” will post weekly every Thursday until the Thursday after broadcast on November 22. The final episode will be a question and answer session using the best questions submitted by users via email at lennonycpodcasts@thirteen.org. The content will be available here on the American Masters Web site and iTunes. Users can check back in these locations or subscribe to keep up to date with the newest episodes.



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Bob Gruen

Bob GruenBob Gruen was friends with John and Yoko almost from the moment they arrived in New York City in 1971. Gruen, who has photographed Tina Turner, Joe Strummer, Green Day, and Ozzy Osborn, among dozens of other bands, has perhaps the most complete record of John’s time in New York. He took the two iconic photos of John Lennon from this period: the New York City t-shirt photo, and John in front of the Statue of Liberty.

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Each podcast will consist of slightly edited interviews conducted for the film American Masters LENNONYC introduced by Susan Lacy, series creator and executive producer of American Masters and a producer of LENNONYC and Michael Epstein, director/writer of LENNONYC. New “episodes” will post weekly every Thursday until the Thursday after broadcast on November 22. The final episode will be a question and answer session using the best questions submitted by users via email at lennonycpodcasts@thirteen.org. The content will be available here on the American Masters Web site and iTunes. Users can check back in these locations or subscribe to keep up to date with the newest episodes.

Slated to appear on later podcasts are Bob Gruen, personal friend and Lennon photographer, Jim Keltner, drums on various Lennon/Ono albums, Elton John, musician, and Yoko Ono, multi-media artist and peace activist.



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When You're Strange, a film about The Doors
About The Film

“The story of The Doors is one of the most compelling in the history of American rock music; three hugely talented musicians and a lead singer whose commitment to artistic freedom was so intense he rocketed them to a success that always hovered on the edge of chaos. As an independent filmmaker this sensibility affected me greatly.”
– Tom DiCillo, director and writer, When You’re Strange

The creative chemistry of four brilliant artists – drummer John Densmore, guitarist Robby Krieger, keyboardist Ray Manzarek and singer Jim Morrison – made The Doors one of America’s most iconic and influential, theatrical and mysterious, thrilling and sometime frightening rock bands. Narrated by Johnny Depp, American Masters: When You’re Strange is the first feature documentary about The Doors, premiering nationally Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at 9 p.m. (ET) on PBS (check local listings). The film tells their story using only original footage – much of it previously unseen – shot between their formation in 1965 and Morrison’s death in 1971. “From the outset I decided to use only original footage of this astonishing band,” says Tom DiCillo, director and writer of When You’re Strange. “To me, there is nothing more powerful and riveting that seeing Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore and Jim Morrison leap into life on the screen.”

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The program chronicles the creation of The Doors six landmark studio albums and follows the band from the corridors of UCLA’s film school, where Manzarek and Morrison originally met, onto the stages of their electrifying sold-out performances – giving time and attention to every one of their groundbreaking, chart topping songs.

Currently in its 24th season, American Masters is a production of THIRTEEN in association with WNET.ORG – one of America’s most prolific and respected public media providers.

“We’re very excited to bring the story of The Doors to public television, says Susan Lacy, series creator and executive producer of American Masters, a seven-time winner of the Emmy Award for Outstanding Primetime Non-Fiction Series. “Like the times in which they performed, The Doors were unpredictable and emotionally charged. Their music, songs such as ‘Break on Through’ and ‘Light My Fire’ have stood the test of time, grabbing generation after generation of contemporary music lovers.”

“Tom DiCillo’s When You’re Strange is a meticulously crafted, exhilarating ode to one of music’s greatest ensembles, The Doors,” says Johnny Depp. “Watching the hypnotic, hitherto, unreleased footage of Jim, John, Ray and Robby, I felt like I experienced it all through their eyes. Here, Jim has been resurrected to remind us that he is to this very day, one of the most significant frontmen/poets/shaman to ever grace a stage while the band behind him kept the music alive, adding fuel to an already raging ride into history. As a rock n’ roll documentary, or any kind of documentary for that matter, it simply doesn’t get any better than this. What an honor to have been involved. I am as proud of this as anything I have ever done.”

The rare cinéma vérité of When You’re Strange allows an intimate view into The Doors musical collaboration and their offstage lives – lives that reflected and defined the psychedelic times in the exciting but turbulent, changing but conflict-ridden America of the Viet Nam War era. The Doors were fiercely anti-establishment, anti-convention and pushed the proverbial envelope whenever possible – with their language, with their blatant sexuality, with their impulsive displays and, of course, with their music.

Jim Morrison’s haunting poetry and Ray Manzarek’s remarkable flights on the keyboard, backed by Densmore’s jazz beats and Krieiger’s intense guitar, created something that had never been heard before. The Doors achieved meteoric status as they soared to stardom but the excesses of their lead singer, Jim Morrison, resulted in an equally deep and abrupt crash. Dead at age 27, every question about the truths and myths of the times, about art and addiction, about authority and defiance – about alienation – were embodied in his persona.

“They say if you remember the 60s you weren’t there,” says producer Dick Wolf. “I can state definitively that one of the things I do remember is buying The Doors first album the day it came out and then listening to it about ten or twelve times in a row. Both sides. Every song. I’ve been a fan ever since. This movie is the story of the band but it is also an insight into a moment in time that will never be repeated. Jim Morrison was the best and worst of all of us who ever felt we could change the world if only people over thirty would listen.”

American Masters: When You’re Strange is directed and written by Tom DiCillo and produced by John Beug, Jeff Jampol, Peter Jankowski and Dick Wolf. Johnny Depp narrates. Susan Lacy is the series creator and executive producer of American Masters.

American Masters is made possible by the support of the National Endowment for the Arts and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding for American Masters is provided by Rosalind P. Walter, The Blanche & Irving Laurie Foundation, Jack Rudin, Elizabeth Rosenthal in memory of Rolf W. Rosenthal, The André and Elizabeth Kertész Foundation, Michael & Helen Schaffer Foundation, and public television viewers.



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March 4, 2010 - TERRY GROSS, host:

Barry Hannah

Barry Hannah directed the MFA program at the University of Mississippi, in Oxford.

March 4, 2010

Award-winning author Barry Hannah died of a heart attack in his home on March 1, leaving behind an impressive body of work that includes nine novels and four collections of short stories.

Hannah's favorite setting was the American South. Born in Mississippi, the author imbued his novels with a fresh, Southern flare. His talent was compared with such giants of Southern literature as William Faulkner and Flannery O'Connor.

Hannah broke onto the literary scene in 1972 with his debut novel, Geronimo Rex, a coming of age story that won the William Faulkner prize and was nominated for the National Book Award. He followed that with the short story collection Airships, another award-winning literary work which explored the Vietnam and Civil Wars and the modern South. His final work, a collection of stories called Sick Soldiers at Your Door, is set to be published later this year.

Hannah's style was described as intensely personal, frenetic and comedic. In remembrance, we listen back on an interview with the novelist and short story writer who Truman Capote once called "the maddest writer in the U.S.A."

This interview was originally broadcast on July 31, 2001.


The novelist and short story writer Barry Hannah died of a heart attack Monday. He was 67. We're going to listen back to excerpt of the interview I recorded with him.

Larry McMurtry called Hannah the best fiction writer to appear in the South since Flannery O'Conner. William Styron described Hannah as an original, one of the most consistently exciting writers of the post-Faulkner generation.



Hannah wrote about the American South. He grew up in Mississippi and taught for many years at the University Mississippi. He won the William Faulkner prize and was a National Book Award finalist.

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When I spoke with him in July 2001, his book "Yonder Stands Your Orphan" had just been published. The title borrowed a line from the Dylan song, "It's All Over Now Baby Blue." There are orphans and guns in the novel and plenty of evil as a killer changes the lives of everyone around him. Hannah wrote the book while getting chemotherapy treatments for lymphoma.




Here's Hannah introducing a short reading from the book.

Mr. BARRY HANNAH (Author): This is Man Mortimer, who is the evil that lurks in this book and he likes to cut people. He comes from Missouri, and this little piece about him.

At this juncture he had no plans to hurt people around the lake. He did not like bodies of water much, had never seen the ocean. He was indifferent to trees. Soil was hateful to him, as was the odor of fish. But like many another man, forty-five years in age, he wanted his youth back.

He wanted to have pals, sports, high school girls. This need had rushed on him lately. He lived in three houses, but he had no home. He did not like the hearth, smells from the kitchen, an old friend for a wife, small talk. It all seemed a vicious closet to him. He moved, he took, he was admired. But he had developed a taste for young and younger flesh. This was thrilling and meant high money. Men and women in this nation were changing, and he intended to charge them for it.

Religion had neither formed nor harmed him. Neither had his parents in southern Missouri. But he despised the weakness of the church, and of his parents, whom he had gulled. He was a pretty boy born of hawk-nosed people. It was a curse to have these looks and no talent. Long and lank. Hooded eyes, sensual lips that sang no tune. Still, he quit the football team because of what it did to his hair, claiming a back ailment that had exempted him from manual labor since age 14. There are thousands of men of this condition, most of them sorry and shiftless, defeated at the start. Many are compulsive and snarling fools, emeritus at 20.

GROSS: Is this character of Man Mortimer based on anyone?

Mr. HANNAH: No he's not. He's a compound and I've gotten just by looking around and believing that I perceived evil in front of me. So it is imaginative but a collected history of my impressions, I believe.

GROSS: You describe him as a quiet man, a gambler, a liaison for stolen cars and a runner of whores, including three Vicksburg housewives. Describe his kind of crime.

Mr. HANNAH: His kind of crime is the kind of crime that begins out of laziness and being admired by women. He finds he can make a living at it, and he continues since he ran away from home in high school. He's not been particularly violent but he has induced violence and suicides in others. He is a thief. He has a stolen car ring, especially expensive SUV's. He's a man who doesnt like to work and he doesnt like much of what's offered by nature. So I've seen him as an alien without real pals and only a commercial connection to women.

He wants to join in society now but he only knows how to hurt, and that's the basis of the book - evil when it reaches out to you and when it befriends you. And in Mortimer's case, he likes to use a knife. He's dangerous and he has made quite a deal of money off the casino life around Vicksburg.

GROSS: Has evil like Man Mortimer's kind of evil ever come into your life?

Mr. HANNAH: I've been around it. Usually evil is something you can't face. It simply has to wear out. Sometimes you work for evil unwittingly. And I can't think of a particular person right now, but I think I've felt the closeness of evil in casinos and it brings out the old Baptist in me. I find the wretched excess and the sort of zombified folks that attend and participate in casinos pathetic and also dangerous in many cases.

GROSS: Now what about violence? There's some violence in this book. Has violence come into your life? Have you witnessed it? Have you ever had a violent streak yourself?

Mr. HANNAH: I liked to throw knives back in my drinking days. But no, I've never been personally violent. I can't be an honest man though, and tell you -but that I am occupied by violence. It seems to be out of my nightmares. And my wife wishes I wouldnt write about violence, but as soon as the pen starts going I become interested in it all over again and as if it's almost dictated to me. I've been writing for 35 years and it's attended a good deal of my work. At this point, I dont think I can do anything but confess that I am a student - and of violence, because of what it does - because of how it quickens the character of those around it.

GROSS: Youve also collected guns, right?

Mr. HANNAH: I've collected guns. Yes.

GROSS: And have you used them? What kind of things do you use them for?

Mr. HANNAH: I have not used a gun in 10 years.

GROSS: Mm-hmm.

Mr. HANNAH: If I used them right now I'd shoot beer cans at the city dump. It's a 22 rifle. Now, I dont have any real personal urge to shoot anymore. It just past, and I've never shot at a human being, never threatened a human being, if that's covering the subject.

GROSS: So what did you use the guns for?

Mr. HANNAH: You know, this is a difficult thing to explain to others about how a gun is a piece of art. Guns are history. I like to look at the mechanism. I like to feel the heft. And they are a kind of history. So that's about all I can say. I dont collect guns anymore but I'm not sorry for the ones I have. They just feel like a decent hunk of the past hanging on the wall.

GROSS: Describe where you grew up.

Mr. HANNAH: I grew up in Clinton, Mississippi, which is right outside the state capital in Jackson. But it was a distinct village; about 2,000 people with a little college - a little Baptist college. So that we had professors and for neighbors. And the culture of the Baptist church, the high school band, and the football team. That was it. That was civilization as I knew it. Also there was no crime. We disappeared sometimes in the summer at eight o'clock in the morning, didnt come back until seven at night. There was no fear because we -the whole village took care of us.

GROSS: Did you go to the Baptist church?

Mr. HANNAH: Oh yes, I did. Yeah.

GROSS: What was the oratory like in the church and do you think that that influenced your sense of storytelling or the way you write?

Mr. HANNAH: The preachers did not, but the Bible itself has. I just, the rhythms of the Old and New Testament, the King James version, are just as solidly set in a person of my era who went to church as a moral foundation. I make sentences, I'm sure, from Biblical rhythms. I've been called post-Modernist but I doubt it. I think I just write in more fragmented ways and narration. But the base of my sentences, although they are sometimes Baroque, is I think from the Scriptures as far as I can feel it myself.

We read a lot of the Bible. We knew Scriptures by heart, especially Psalms and a great bit of the Book of John, the Sermon on the Mount, and - from Matthew and certain things like that were memorized. And I had them memorized until I was 15-16 years old.

GROSS: Can you think of a line or a passage from the Bible that has the kind of rhythms that youre speaking of, and how they influenced you?

Mr. HANNAH: Yeah, it's something like the 23 Psalm. The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow and so on. But this had just a such wonderful basic human poetry in it. And I never was sophisticated enough to consider the Bible as literature until I was - I never even heard the term the Bible as literature until I was way into graduate school. So I - in fact, I'd stopped going to church. But the church is - the Scriptures are very much with me and more and more now I'm reading Mark and John in the Bible. Not all the time but I just love the clarity and the mystery at the same time.

GROSS: Well, I want to thank you so much for talking with us.

Mr. HANNAH: You bet.

GROSS: Barry Hannah recorded in July 2001. He died Monday of a heart attack at the age of 67. His work is the focus of this year's Annual Oxford Conference of the Book, which began today. The conference is dedicated to him.


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They give us a room
With a view of the beautiful Rhine
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Occupation G.I.Blues
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The frauleins are pretty as flowers
But we can't make a pass
Cause they're all wearin' signs sayin'
"Keep it to your own grass"

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