Put it in your song. I couldn’t agree more…
I’ve only ever been discouraged about music once. Too much booze takes all the fun out of it for me.
A fast history of punk legends The Damned. Includes: gob, vomit, cider, sulphate, haunted mansions, Cheesey Wotsits, arguments, breakdowns and mad, bad and dangerously loud rock music
Ummmm, pretty much all of this is taken word for word from the ‘The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead’
How it should be played, Keith!
How a band truly plays together. No my favourite of their best songs but this is a stand out video – especially for the time – 1977.
Alone time for being creative is the most important take away for me in this brief monologue on creativity. Too many cooks do spoil the broth, most times.
An interesting and apropos comment on relationship:
“However, when Laurie Anderson entered the picture, this pattern changed. “Laurie’s way of handling herself, and why their relationship worked and lasted for such a long time, is she never gave up her independence. She had her own career and reputation,” adds DeCurtis. “The earlier women, I think, just tried to please him, and that was never going to work. The fact that Laurie always maintained her independence was something that kept Lou’s interest up. Anytime I was around them, he was extremely deferential to her.”
It was inevitable. It is a money grab and also a power grab, cause they don’t have as much of either as they used to.