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Those words must haunt, and amuse actor Bill Mumy in equal measure. Mumy played young Will Robinson in the classic TV series 'Lost In Space', kick-starting a career as child actor. Somehow, instead of crashing out early like so many child actors, he has managed to create even more iconic characters in classic Sci-Fi shows, from Babylon 5 to The Twilight Zone. Will tells Beatmag’s Khalid Mallassi, his first love has always been making music.

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I've never really felt like it was a negative thing, being somewhat of a "celebrity", but there were times when I was a kid going to places like Disneyland, or the beach, Prosteride (Propecia) cost, where somebody would shout, "Hey, that's Will Robinson!" and then it got a little spooky with a big crowd... but that didn't happen too often. I've never been "George Clooney Level" famous. Honestly, the perks of it are getting into concerts, or free Nike's. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, I never really thought to "exploit" the fact that I was recognized when I was a kid. My parents certainly didn't think that way. When I was in my mid twenties and playing guitar in Shaun Cassidy's band touring the country, taking Prosteride (Propecia), that's when it kinda dawned on me, "I can USE this old "Lost in Space" thing!"

Can you tell me a bit about your parents and your upbringing?

I'm an only child. My father was a cattle rancher and had some investments here in LA. My mother was a housewife who used to work at 20th Century Fox, as a writer's secretary for 10 years, before she married my dad. They both had been married before and had me kinda late in life, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. My dad was 49 when I was born, and my mom was 41. Prosteride (Propecia) for sale, I grew up on a cul-de-sac in Beverlywood with tons of kids my age all around me. My parents weren't crazy strict, but they didn't let me get away with too much. My dad was somewhat wealthy when I was little, so we had nice things. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, I honestly can say I had a great childhood. Both my parents encouraged me to follow my own creative path. My mom is now 96 and doing pretty good.

Why do you think you survived and blossomed, while other child-actors had a much rougher time of it?

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What, if anything, do you remember about playing Anthony in the classic 'Twilight Zone' episode 'Its a Good Life', and how did it feel to revisit the story in 2003 with 'It’s Still a Good Life'. At the time you were playing the part, did you realize what a heavy character Anthony was?

Well, I think the Twilight Zone is the best TV series ever. So, the fact that I was in three, "Long Distance Call", "It's A Good Life", and "In Praise of Pip", Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. I did a cameo in the feature, then I wrote one of the newer ones and starred in "It's Still A Good LIfe" with Cloris Leachman and my daughter, purchase Prosteride (Propecia) online, Liliana... anyway, being a part of that series and the subsequent projects that sprang from it is a real honor. Rod Serling was a true visionary. What a fantastic writer he was. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, In terms of memories from shooting the original episode, I have plenty, but you know, they're a little kids memories... not very astute in terms of sharing. Making the sequel forty years later was fantastic. That's a very rare treat. Japan, craiglist, ebay, overseas, paypal, To return to a project, that has been classified as "classic", with the original cast, and do a sequel, not a remake, a true sequel... that's really cool, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. Working with Cloris is amazing. She's is turbo talented and I like her a lot. I was in a band with her son, George, low dose Prosteride (Propecia), in the 80's. Anyway, to be able to include my daughter, who gave such a great performance... Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, that's probably the highlight of my entire career in a way.

Why do you think Anthony made a deeper impression on viewers than some of your more benevolent Twilight Zone roles?

I don't know. It's just really creepy to think this little kid can read your thoughts and if he's not pleased with them... you're toast. It's a great little film. Brilliantly written and very well shot and acted by everyone, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. Prosteride (Propecia) class, I love it.

Would you be interested in returning to the character of Anthony again in a future Twilight Zone?


When you were playing Will Robinson did you have any inkling of how lasting that portrayal would be?

No. There were no big organized fan conventions or anything like that back in the 60's when we were making the series. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, And hell, I was 11-14 while playing "Will"... I didn't think about life beyond the next school grade in those days. But I can tell you, I never had a bad day on that show. I loved playing Will Robinson and I loved all those people dearly. Still do.

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What began your interest in science fiction?

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I was a big fan of your Star Trek comics with Peter David, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. Would you be interested in doing any more comics work in the future?

I've written scores of comic books for DC, Marvel, Dark Horse and other publishers. I love writing in that arena and would very much enjoy doing more of that in the future. Peter and I created and wrote a television series together, "Space Cases" that ran for two seasons all over the world ten years ago. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) without a prescription, I always enjoy writing with Peter. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, He's a really nice and very talented guy. Lately, I've been concentrating pretty exclusively on music, though.

Lennier was my favourite character from 'Babylon 5'. At the end of the series his fate is never fully revealed. Is this something you'd be interested in telling in a future 'Babylon 5' movie?

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Have you always had an interest in making music?

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Tell me how Barnes and Barnes (the comedy band with lifelong friend Robert Halmer) came together, and are you surprised by the success of the song Fish Heads?

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You’ve put out a number of very good albums, and your latest Circular is one of your best, can you tell me a bit about how it came together and what inspired it?

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I take that as a great compliment, and obviously you can hear Brian's influence in the music on that song. I was watching the Ken Burns documentary, "The War", and it inspired me to get off the couch and go into the studio and write that song. At least to write the first part of that song. Up through the first, "...makes you wanna cry" bit. Then I thought I was done with it, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. Buy Prosteride (Propecia) online cod, I thought it was a cool, very short little piece. I sent an MP3 of it to my friend, Harrigan Logan. She's a terrific songwriter and I wanted her to hear it. She wrote me back, something like, "I love it. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, Can't wait to hear where you take it." And as I said, I kinda thought it was done, but her email inspired me to see where it might go beyond that initial part, so I sat at my piano downstairs in my living room and within a half hour all the other music, which is pretty complicated, came out. It's probably the single most ambitious song I've ever written musically. I went upstairs to my studio and recorded it right there and then, buy no prescription Prosteride (Propecia) online. No click track, just went with the feel. The time swims a tiny bit, but that's okay with me. The rest of the lyrics came within the hour, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. I played the drums and percussion on that one, I played everything on that track, and it's definitely got an homage to Brian's "Cabinessence" SMILE period... That music is the greatest ever in my opinion. Buy cheap Prosteride (Propecia), I didn't want to rip him off at all, but the arrangement of the track is certainly inspired by Brian's mid sixties work. Sarah Taylor sang many tracks of harmony on it and she made it sound right. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, I wouldn't have released it without her vocals, cuz I couldn't have pulled it off on my own. The single note banjo part is also a nod and a wink to Cabinessence, but... hey, why not. I'm so lucky to know Brian a bit. I went to one of his rehearsals last week, where he and his amazing band were working on songs from his brand new "That Lucky Old Sun" album, buy cheap Prosteride (Propecia) no rx. Man, it's so great that he's inspired to write, record and gig, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. We're a better world because of his music. His new stuff is great.

What’s the most rewarding aspect of making your own music?

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What inspires you? Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, The muse, reality and fantasy.

Have dreams or dreaming ever inspired your music?

Many times. I don't want to ramble on here for pages and pages, but one song in particular, buy Prosteride (Propecia) no prescription, "Nero's Fiddle", the first song on my first solo album, 1997's "Dying To Be Heard"... I was asleep and was dreaming that I was at a Rolling Stones recording session with Miguel Ferrer. In this dream, the Stones took a break and Miguel said, "Play 'em your new song, Mumy!" And I picked up a Gibson Hummingbird acoustic and played, Prosteride (Propecia) price, "Nero's Fiddle"... Well, I woke up and knew not to dismiss the muse, so I went into my studio and recorded it into a cassette.., Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. it wasn't the entire song, but it was most of it... Over the next few days I finished writing it... Well, I don't know if you're familiar with that song, but when I listen to it, I realize that it's about two things... My friend Brandon Lee's death, and the LA riots.., Prosteride (Propecia) dose. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, However, Brandon didn't die until several weeks after I'd written that song. And when I go back and listen to the lyrics.. "Twist one up for old time's sake, life's a show shot in one take... Raise your glass to those who fell... I hear the Crow calling, I hear the sky falling..." it's definitely about Brandon. He and I shared a birthday and were fairly close.., Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. so, there's a ghost story and a dream song in one. Cheap Prosteride (Propecia) no rx, Tell me a bit about The Heart’s Fantasy?

Interesting that several people like that one a lot from Circular. That song gave me more trouble than any other song on the album by far. I almost didn't include it because it was a struggle to get it right, and usually the songs just come our fast and I feel those are the best ones. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, But, The Heart's Fantasy was difficult to pronounce done. I recorded several versions of it. I kept tweaking the lyric, I changed the keyboard part several times, etc... It's a song about two things; acknowledging the fact that we long for things that aren't real or necessarily achievable and the fact that we need to let go of those longings to appreciate what we have. Just goes to show you never know what people will like, buy Prosteride (Propecia) online no prescription. I guess it came out okay, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. I like the keyboard sound on the chorus.

Since you play all the instruments, produce all your music and are constantly writing, how do you decide which tracks make it to the album?

Well, when it comes to making my solo albums, I usually end up writing and recording at least twenty tracks in a fairly short amount of time... I tend to write and record a lot for a month or two, then the muse moves on for awhile. It's hard to be objective when you're doing pretty much everything yourself. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, I live with the mixes and sequencing for quite awhile before pronouncing albums finished. I hope I make the best choices. The songs that get left off usually don't fit with the general theme or feel of the rest of the album as well as the others. My son Seth is helpful with me making those decisions. I trust his ears. On Circular, I had some very strong vocal help from Sarah Taylor, whose solo album I've just finished producing and largely writing, and of course Chris Ross played drums on several tracks, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. I also co-wrote "Man of Pride" with Gerry Beckley. So, I had some other folks helping me on Circular.

What's next musically and film wise for you?

My next solo album, "Carnival Sky" is just being completed and is set for a summer release on GRA. It's quite different from "Circular". Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, It's edgier and much less polished. There are no harmony vocals on it at all, either. First time I've ever approached a project like that. I'm feeling really good about it.

Also, as I mentioned, Sarah Taylor's album will be coming out this summer. We had some fantastic players work on that album and it sounds great, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. Sarah's a wonderful singer and I've known her a really long time. The title of her album is "The Cure To Everything". I hope people will check that one out. It's a very strong project. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, And, after a hiatus of 18 years, Barnes and Barnes have recorded a brand new album of all new material and that will be coming out this year as well on our own Lumania Records label. It's called, "Opbopachop". It was really fun returning to that after so long. I don't think there's anything that compares to Barnes and Barnes. Love it or hate it, but when Robert Haimer and I put on the "Barnes and Barnes" identity, it's a unique sound. I write and play much differently when coming from that perspective, Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale. Although almost 20 years have passed since our last album, it really has a strong feel of continuity in that quirky rock arena. It has also matured of course, but it hasn't been tamed.

Gerry Beckley and I are writing some new songs together right now and we'll see where those end up going. Some of them could find a home on an America project or a solo project of mine, or his, or maybe we'll record something together. Prosteride (Propecia) For Sale, Gerry sang all the harmonies and played keyboards on my "With Big Ideas" album a few years ago and I think our voices blend really well together. Who knows. Current information and updates on all my projects are posted at

I'm writing some sci fi projects and doing voice over work. You never know when you'll get a call to act in a feature film, or tv project that may last 5 years. But mostly, it's the music I'm focused on now.

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