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Name: JAM
Alias(es): Alana M., Joy Davis, Amanda Grayson, knightjoy, Anessa Blake
Type: vidder
Fandoms: Professionals, Starsky & Hutch, Quantum Leap, Blake's 7, Forever Knight, Due South, Wiseguy, Star Trek, X-Files, The Sentinel
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JAM is a VCR era vidder from the 1990s. Her vids were shown at Escapade, her debut was 1993.

Starsky & Hutch:

  • Don't Give Up On Us, Baby
  • I Wanna Be Sedated
  • I’d Die For You
  • Live It Up
  • My Love Is A Rock
  • You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away
  • If Love Remains
  • In My Dreams
  • Is This Love?
  • Keep Pushin'
  • Move This (Multi Media)
  • The Heart Survives


  • All Eyes by Heart
  • How Bout That?
  • I Don't Want To Know
  • If You Don't Want My Love
  • It's a Shame About Ray by Lemonheads
  • Nothing At All
  • Razor's Edge
  • Slow Ride
  • That Ain't Love

Quantum Leap:

  • After the Fall by Journey
  • Hard Habit To Break by Chicago
  • Hard To Handle by the Black Crows
  • New World Man by Rush
  • Since I Lost You
  • Time After Time
  • The Flame

Blake's 7:

  • Stranded
  • Fallen From Grace

In 1996, the vidder posted the following notice in the adzine On The Double #34:

ATTN SONGTAPE FANS!! Please note that all music videos with piano logo titles are done by 'JAM', including S&H vids & a multi media called 'Move This'. Nth gen copies are being passed around (which are barely watchable) with no idea who did them. Please, do not copy! This is bootlegging my work!! If interested in copies, SASE ONLY (no $$) to 'JAM1 aka [name redacted] at the above address. Send $$ after receiving the tapes! .Fandoms include: B7, QL, B/D; S&H, Multimedia and many others.


[At Escapade 1993] "A new person showed her first songtapes (under the psued. JAM); and I was blown away. She had 2 Pros and a S/H. The Pros was excellent, "Ragged Edge"[1] especially so. The Starsky and Hutch one made me want to go back and watch that show. Look out for this one."[2]


  1. The title is actually "Razor's Edge."
  2. Sandy Hereld's review in Rainbow Noise #1 (1993).