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Having fallen head over heels for pop music in 1984 at the age of 14, AMJ feverishly began writing song lyrics. In 1988, he started recording his tunes. To date, he has written lyrics for over 200 songs and recorded 70 of them. And here for your enjoyment are the music videos for four AMJ tracks - and there's more to come!




Extra ExtraAMJ followed up his book, "Extra Extra! Memoirs from a Piece of Human Furniture" with a music video that brought the experience of the Hollywood background actor to life. It's a fun tribute to the unsung heroes of show biz! Visit the Store for the "Extra Extra!" remix single and DVD that includes a making-of!



Fall Down to EarthShot in and around Los Angeles, "Fall Down to Earth" explores the quandary of weighing ones dreams against the desire to live a simpler life. The video was filmed with a grainy digital camera to illustrate the gritty feel of the City of Angels.


Intrigued by the fact that all his favourite '80s jams are now considered retro, AMJ recorded "Generation X (In Full Effect)" to both stake a claim on the genre for his contemporaries and invite new generations to enjoy the jams as well. The result? A fun video that evokes the sights and sounds of late '80s MTV. The Island Media Arts Festival in Prince Edward Island, Canada, named the clip as one of their Top 10 short films of 2012! Find it (and its making-of) on DVD in the Store, along with a "totally rad" remix CD!



Change My MindAMJ's newest track is "Change My Mind", the lead single for his upcoming concept album about the law of attraction. Is positive thinking an alien concept? AMJ takes changing his mind literally in an intriguing and visually stunning sci-fi video that had its world premiere at the 2013 Island Media Arts Festival.

Now the clip is up for the Best Posi Music Video of 2013 at the emPower Music & Arts Posi Awards! Vote for "Change My Mind" now through August 31 at empowerma.com!

And don't forget to check out "Change My Mind"'s equally cool lyric video!




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