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Hello all–

The day has come and the new record is finished! This one was over a year in the making and was produced by the fabulous Mr. Tim Lyes. We discussed  early on who would be the right engineer for the project and pinpointed Randy Gildersleeve at Gildersound.  The three of us spent nearly every Friday from November 2017 through January of 2019. Slowly but surely, we made it happen and I could not be happier with the results.

Something else to mention, this is the first project I’ve cowritten with another person.  Tim and I wrote half the album together and Mike Bruns made a special appearance on Muse. I’m finding cowriting to be an absolute joy and really like having another persons perspective to learn from. On a side note, Tim and I haven’t stopped. I think we’re hooked. We’re still getting together on Friday’s and still putting pen to paper.

I’m extremely proud of this new recording. It’s the record I’ve always wanted to make. Always!  I had a sound in mind, but couldn’t quite articulate it. Tim, being who Tim is, being a bent spoon at my disposal (his words, not mine) knew what it was and how to achieve it. This makes sense given we’ve worked together as musicians for nearly three decades. In addiction, Tim played nearly every instrument on Rhymes & Sharp Pencils, including the accordion (much to his chagrin).  

Mark Keating, Aubrey Weber and Ken Wilson made special appearances.  All three brought the magic and tied things together quite nicely.

If you’d like to know more about this recording, pick up a copy, or help with a soft release later this fall, please contact me at [email protected]

Sours: http://www.lisakane.com/2019/09/21/2019-rhymes-sharp-pencils/

Rhymes and Rhythms– that’s the title of a new book of poems written by Angoon elder Frank Sharp. The book is scheduled for release this summer and will have an audio component to it, so readers can hear the poet his own work.

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The first time I meet Frank Sharp he’s shoveling gravel into a wheelbarrow.

Frank is 85 years old. He’s a small guy, but he’s not frail. Underneath his navy coveralls it looks like he could still run a five-minute mile.

“Believe it or not I could have been in the Olympics,” Frank said.

I’m here to get his life story, Olympic bid and all. But, when I ask him for his life story he recites one of his poems instead.

“I’ve been a soldier, sailor, killed my fellow man.
Sought peace or religion, drugs every way you can.
I’ve felt the eagerness of youth, frustration in the middle years.
I’ve laughed a million laughs, shed a million tears.”

Frank has written hundreds of poems like this one. He stores them in an old cigar box. They’re beautiful– even better when read by the poet himself. But Frank’s life– it was far from perfect.

We head inside to his kitchen, which overlooks the ocean.

“Do you want coffee or anything?” Frank offered. “We’ve got some banana bread.”

With hot coffee in our hands, Frank tells me about his childhood in Angoon and Tenakee Springs. He told me about his father’s taste for whiskey and women.

“My dad was a womanizer. I probably have 12 or 13 brothers and sisters,” Frank said. “I know of several already.”

He told me about his mother’s many marriages. He even told me about how popular he was with German women when he was stationed there with the Air Force after World War II.

“So that’s part of the story,” Frank said. “You said [to] tell my life. I’m telling you the truth.”

Somewhere in between all that, Frank lived in Kansas City, where he got wrapped up in the wrong crowd.

“I became a gangster there,” Frank admitted. “My name was Val Udo.”

If that wasn’t enough risk for one lifetime, Frank has nearly died three times – the first when his boat sank in the Gulf of Alaska, the second when he had a massive heart, and the third just a couple of years ago when he was out hunting deer in the winter. At age 81.

On the third day, he followed the sound of an Alaska Airlines flight west out of the woods.

“It’s been quite a life,” Frank exclaimed. “I could go on for hours, because I told you, I’ve had so many adventures it’s unbelievable.”

And a lot of those adventures are the subjects of the poems being bound into the book, “A Pioneer Alaskan’s Lifetime of Rhymes and Rhythms.” The book will be published by the Island Institute with links to audio, so you can actually hear Frank recite his own poetry.

“I’ve got a lot to do, yet, but I know my time is running out.
My frosting’s wearing thin, I’m fighting a war I’ll never win.”

But he keeps fighting–  fixing up his home, maintaining the miles of walking trails on his property. I get the sense Frank Sharp has a hard time sitting still.

“I’m still pushing the wheelbarrows up from the beach, though it’s killing me to do it,” Frank says.

“Yeah, why do you do it?” I ask.

“Because it’s there,” Frank replied.

After a while, though, it’s clear there’s more to the story– like the part about his wife, Alice.

“Oh, now you’ll really get me,” Frank’s voice starts to waver. “I’m already watered up.”

Alice died in 2000 and the thought of her brings him to tears.

“Why didn’t I tell her then what I can’t tell her now?” Frank asks himself.

He’d tell her he loved her, that she was beautiful. That’s Frank’s biggest regret, so he tries to make up for that through his poetry and this property. He wants to be remembered for those things. He even moved a boulder to make that happen.

“It weighs above 400 pounds and I brought it up and put it there because it was the only gold-looking rock on the beach,” Frank said.

And on that gold-looking rock there will be a gold-colored plaque. It will be placed right in front of his house with a poem on it.

“The Lord gave this man vision, strength and time to work this land,” Frank read off the plaque.

It said his legacy lives on in this land. It lives on in people’s hearts, too.

“Through his poems and stories, he led us on many a journey of laughter, fear, love and tears,” it said.

In Rhymes and Rhythms, Frank Sharp lived.

Emily Russell, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage

Emily Russell is the voice of Alaska morning news as Alaska Public Media’s Morning News Host and Producer. Originally from the Adirondacks in upstate New York, Emily moved to Alaska in 2012. She skied her way through three winters in Fairbanks, earning her Master’s degree in Northern Studies from UAF. Emily’s career in radio started in Nome in 2015, reporting for KNOM on everything from subsistence whale harvests to housing shortages in Native villages. She then worked for KCAW in Sitka, finally seeing what all the fuss with Southeast, Alaska was all about. Back on the road system, Emily is looking forward to driving her Subaru around the region to hike, hunt, fish and pick as many berries as possible. When she’s not talking into the mic in the morning, Emily can be found reporting from the peaks above Anchorage to the rivers around Southcentral.

Sours: https://www.alaskapublic.org/2017/05/01/rhymes-and-rhythms-angoon-poet-frank-sharp-to-be-published/
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