Welcome to BlueCanyonProductions.com, the website for various offerings
of Jim Terr / Blue Canyon Productions of New Mexico, USA.
THIS WEBSITE IS NOT USED OR UPDATED MUCH LATELY,
so you may want to go directly to JimTerr.com
A little horn-tooting, if you don't mind:
Recently passed the ONE MILLION VIEWS mark on our main YouTube Channel!
Info on the four media / documentary projects pending completion funding:
(three of these four are foundation-funded to current point)
1. " THE SONGWRITER: From Sparta to Santa Fe" documentary
INFO / REVIEWS ON PREVIOUS DOCUMENTARIES (and see letter below)
QUESTIONS? Please email
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or go directly to BlueCanyonSatire for political satire.
CLICK for INFO AND ORDERING CDs and DVDs
There is a "Blue Canyon Productions" on Bronson Ave.
in Los Angeles, but this ain't it. I don't know their website..
Blue Canyon Productions
Small company's products gain national attention and acclaim.
Music, books, videos and graphics to inform, amuse and inspire.
Lots of stuff on YouTube lately!
See the infamous "Santa Fe Stops" video -- and other glimpses of the
most strangely beautiful city in the USA, at www.SantaFeShorts.com
"Santa Fe's —and
therefore the world's—strangest web site.
Fascinating sound clips and soul-nourishing content."
- Bill Hutchison, Anthologist's Cabinet
"Five Frightfully Fine Videos" DVD
Save your child
from a life of misery!
(Linda Blair makeup test for "The Exorcist" )
Relax for a moment, on us .
Gaze into a beautiful picture and listen to beautiful music . . . (Click here)
*** Star in your own movie! ***
VISIT OUR HUMOR PAGE: "Santa Fe Stops" video tells you all you need to know about the decline of western civilization -- or at least about Santa Fe, NM -- and
"A Simple Way to Count Votes in Florida" tells you all you need to know about,
well, that subject. Rube Goldberg lives!
"The $2.98 Video Collection"
"Hilarious shorts. '$2.98' is so funny, you'll have to replace your ass after laughing it off." -Santa Fe Reporter
STRANGE - STRANGE - STRANGE
Jim Terr sneak-previews Stephen Soderbergh's latest film, featuring an unbelievable all-star cast: Susan Sarandon, Russell Crowe, Julia Roberts, Annette Bening, Martin Sheen, LeeLee Sobieski and
Haley Joel Osment (CLICK HERE)
May we recommend that you visit "Buddy's Old Fashioned Web Site"™ (www.YourFriendBuddy.com)
* No digital information - moving parts only.
* All sound & video storage on reliable
VHS and 8-track tapes.
* No plastic.
* Made in U.S.A.
* Solar powered (methane backup).
* Uses recycled electrons.
Hear Buddy sing "Susan's Cranberry Sauce," a tribute to National Public Radio's Susan Stamberg!
"Son of a Rabbi Man" now available in MP3 broadcast version!
NEW! MODELS SPEAK OUT! See our new Humor Page!
NEW! Our first CD wins kudos worldwide!
NEWS FLASH! NBC-TV "Dateline" story on Sleep Paralysis (8-16-00) rekindles interest in our authoritative video on the subject. Click here.
Editor's Note: In reviewing our websites, perhaps the most enduringly powerful thing we have to offer are the interview excerpts with Tony Hillerman and Dr. Sabine Ulibarri from our World War Two Veterans ' video. Also, our Holocaust Survivors video was recently featured and honored at the Portland (OR) Longbaugh II Film Festival!
About Blue Canyon Productions:
A vehicle for various entertainment and media projects produced by Jim Terr. Terr is a New Mexico native who is an occasional commentator in local and national media, a singer-songwriter, video producer and author.
"In his letters and articles, Jim Terr makes too much sense. In any other country he would have long since been locked up."
- Jonathan Alter,
Senior Editor, Newsweek
"Jim Terr's spirit shows through consistently in the essays, songs and other projects he creates. It's the droll, sardonic, 'cut the B.S.' outlook that is known around the world as 'American.' His tone is especially valuable in an election year."
- James Fallows
(Photo by Judy Lipsett)
"A gentle agitator...who's come up with a way to lower the country's political temperature."
(These quotes do not indicate support
of any or all Jim Terr projects
Information on the new CD,
"Please Cut My Song, Mr. Travis" by Jim Terr and friends
"Jim Terr’s creativity and versatility are unmatched. Well, almost unmatched."
- Hodding Carter
"Absolutely brilliant website. This guy does some of the best satire in the business. One of the great comedic and auditory geniuses of our day."
- Thom Hartmann
A few old Jim Terr commentaries.
by Jim Terr
(Published in "Prime Time" seniors newspaper, March, 2000)
To me, faith in God, belief in a higher power or intelligence, is not a matter of faith at all.
Rather, it’s a matter of logic. It’s so obvious that virtually every aspect of the natural world (and I’m including in that the “spiritual” world) is so much more complex, so much more intricately designed than we will ever understand, that it seems obvious that humans and human consciousness are just a speck in a much vaster system.
Even if you consider “evolution” to be the explanation for some of life’s intricacies, the natural processes utilized by evolution are so complex and wondrous as to similarly escape anything near full human comprehension.
(continued on Opinion Page)
"A day without an update or recommendation from Jim Terr is like a day without sunshine, a night without stars, a party without guests, a pond without frogs, a dog without fleas, a deer without ticks."
-Gershon Siegel, publisher, Sun Monthly (Santa Fe)
** Songs from the CD, "Please Cut My Song, Mister Travis" (above)
1. Please Cut My Song, Mr. Travis
2. This Changes Everything (Singer: Kathy Chiavola)
3. Some Guy in Kansas City
4. Bringin' the Honky-Tonk Home
5. I Just Wanna Know What It Would be Like to Kiss You (Talia Willis)
6. Excuse Me While I Have the Blues (Don Armstrong)
7. Three-Teared Wedding Cake (Margaret Burke)
8. They Never Met Anybody Like You and Me (with Busy McCarroll)
9. All It Takes (Lilia)
10. You Ain't Got Much
11. I Love a Man (Victoria Armstrong)
12. Tonsils in Taiwan
13. Holding You Would Hold Me
14. Do They Have E-Mail In Heaven?
15. Dancing to the Radio (with Mary Evans)
16. She Taught Me How to Sing These Songs (Jim with Rock Watson)
17. Rustle Up Some Love (Gwen Lenore and BuDDy)
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