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JIM WALKER

SOMETHING TO REMEMBER ME BY

THE BONUS TRACKS

BONUS TRACKS

1. Something To Remember Me By (original demo 1987)

2. Something To Remember Me By (alt version 1987)

3. Something To Remember Me By (acoustic version 1992)

4. Something To Remember Me By (piano version 2006)

5. Something To Remember Me By (acoustic version2 2020)

6. Something To Remember Me By (electric version 2020)

                      

All material written by James Stanley Walker 

C&P 1987 Thon Music (ASCAP) 

All Rights Reserved.

SOMETHING TO REMEMBER ME BY
THE BONUS TRACKS

Release Date: September 20th, 1987

A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THIS ALBUM:

"So…let’s begin here:

As you may or may not know, back in 1872 I did a song for a film called Three O’Clock High. 

The song was Something To Remember Me By.

I did the song, the movie came out, the movie kind of died a death at the box office, and that was that. 

I bought a van, and got a job doing data entry at a local newspaper.

 

Then about six years later when the movie went to video, it picked up a cult following. 

Then people started writing me letters:

 

Are you the guy that did that song?

Yeah, that was me.

 

Then when the internet hit its stride I started getting emails:

 

Are you the guy that did that song?

Yeah, that was me.

 

Now with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and all that, people find me and ask:

 

Are you the guy that did that song?

Yeah, that was me.

 

It’s never really stopped.

People remain interested in the film and the song. The song keeps on following me around.

And that’s great!

So I’ve ended up chronicling the song a lot. 

 

I’ve done a podcast about it:

https://soundcloud.com/jvamusic-1/record-1-three-oclock-high-mix

 

Been interviewed about it:

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jim-walker-interview/id1478561777?i=1000474876468

 

Had actor/comedian Seth Green nerd out on it with my friend who directed the film, Phil Joanou:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLYOzpZ-waE

 

Fine by me, gang.

I think anybody caring about anything I’ve ever done in this dubious-at-best career of mine is shocking, super humbling and really, really cool.

 

I have the studio version of the song (the one used in the film) available on my site:

www.jvamusic.com/strmb

 

And now, for anyone out there who might still be interested, I’ve added an EP of Bonus Tracks of STRMB to my site:

You can stream it, purchase it, rub it on your tum-tum, worship it as a way of life, fetish it however you desire.

It’s there for you.

 

I thank you.

Please enjoy -

 

Walker / JVA

www.jvamusic.com