I'm playin' the music I like.

By : Mose Allison 0 Likes          


I'm recording an album. It's sort of techno mixed with garbage - you, know, intense in-your-face music.

By : Christy Romano

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I've done a lot of growing up since the age of 16 and I really wanted that to be reflected in my music.

By : Kelly Osbourne

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Once I got to be about twenty-five, I got interested in the music of the time. I started smokin' dope, I started drinking, I started slowing down and trying to find myself. I didn't want to work in nightclubs.

By : Gregory Hines

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What I try to do is produce an atmosphere where musicians want to invest in what they do and give to the recording. I hire those musicians who I know will play something creative and interesting.

By : Herbie Mann

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If you think my music is sentimental and self-absorbed, I agree with you.

By : James Taylor

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Some of the wise boys who say my music is loud, blatant and that's all should see the faces of the kids who have driven a hundred miles through the snow to see the band... to stand in front of the bandstand in an ecstasy all their own.

By : Stan Kenton

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I just prefer instrumental. I don't need to hear what other people are singing. And if I need music as a backdrop to work or to think, I need to have that part of the brain clear - I don't need people feeding their fantasies into my vision.

By : Lydia Lunch

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That's one of the problems with making music your business, it becomes a business. You're no longer just this kid who is a fan and going to see every show. I've been in a bar every night for the last 15 years. Going to see bands for me is work.

By : Mojo Nixon

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I love Johnny Cash but I don't love country music that much.

By : Ville Valo

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Not only did I get to play with these great international musicians, but I also had the opportunity to jam with the local celebrities in Toronto, people like the Walsh Brothers, David Wilcox, Kim Mitchell and the like. It was a great learning experience.

By : Jeff Healey

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For a while we were chasing a book by Graham Greene to do Brighton Rock as a musical. We didn't get the rights, so we decided to create something from scratch, with Jonathan. By that time we were big fans of his work.

By : Neil Tennant

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When I started out, I preferred to watch my films without music, as its presence tends to mask the underlying pace of the film. I felt I could feel the rhythm of the film better without music to influence me.

By : Paul Hirsch

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