The Memphis photographer and filmmaker has been documenting Southern music and culture for years with films including *Respect Yourself*: *The Stax Records Story*, *Johnny Cash's America*, and the Mississippi Blues Trail documentary series. His current project, *Alex Chilton: Why Should I Care*, will examine the totality of the enigmatic musician’s life and career through interviews with those who knew him best. David enters the Safe House to unravel the mystery with the Troubled Men.
Topics include TMP stickers, beach dangers, cocktails on wheels,the William Eggleston aesthetic, the unseen narrative, Memphis feature film work, Francis Coppola, Milos Forman, the penny, the nine day weekend, Robert Gordon, the Box Tops, Big Star, Chris Bell, John Fry, Ardent Studios, Stanley Adkins, a life change, Papa Joe’s, Frank Riley, New Rose Records, a new repertoire, Lucky Joe, a title change, Teenage Fan Club, Glasgow, final touches, a cook attacked, an exterminator, Boogie Shoes, Jim Dickenson, Lee Baker, Televista, Like Flies On Sherbert, Stranded In Canton, a Kickstarter campaign, and much more.
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Intro music: Styler/Coman
Outro music: “Underclass” by Alex Chilton from the new record *From Memphis To New Orleans*
[Kickstarter page](https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/alex-chilton-doc/alex-chilton-why-should-i-care) for the film **Alex Chilton: Why Should I Care*