Making music has always been a passion, detached from an objective. There is no increased artistic demand, but also no artificial one. No commercial either, because it's just a hobby. For nearly 40 years now. Ups. Music should and can only entertain, perhaps underscore things. Or - at least - gets you to move. I hope my music makes at least one of this.
I need it to calm down... Or to dance. Or to indulge my thoughts. To make music means to relax or to get rid of the pressure. I just need to do it. Don't know why exactly.
On the face of it: to stand on a stage again and enjoy it... No, in the end to have at least one person saying... that is my feeling. You have nailed it.
... to listen to people and their thoughts. And to get the time to think about it. And have others following that idea.
From my childhood...? Mhhh... Maybe a bit later... Alan Parsons Project... The Raven. Leonard Cohen... Suzanne.
Too much. It depends: Alan Parsons, Marillion (with fish), Beatles, U2, The Who, Pete Townshend... Pearl Jam, Nirvanna, Sugar. Alannah Myles. Sting. Big Country, Diesel Park West, Clannad... Wanda, Selig, Clueso ... and much more.
It is like painting. You can create something from the nothing.
Nothing. Enjoy. Feel what I have felt. Feel your own stuff.
Haven't done it for a long time. Can't remember quite right. Maybe that something is right what I do?
Too comercial. To much industry.
I still haven't understood it.
Hmmm. the comparison... the drawers?
Yes, I like to see bands around here and everywhere playing live. If possible, I like to visit gigs and pay as well. For sure.
Good question. Tell me. Craft certainly. Emotions. If they are 'real'.
Pinski. Great musician.