I am in love with this man. I just wish he still looked like this, but considering the fact that I’m never going to sleep with him anyway, it really doesn’t matter.
[…] his frustration with digital recording. “The electronics people said this is the best thing for music, because it gives more clarity. But the sound overexposed itself. You can’t feel the music because of all this sound. Music is not sound. It’s the flow of emotions created in the listener, organised in a piece of time.
Why not record live? I’ve tried many times, and sound-wise it’s a problem, because the recording records just the sound, so it’s only a part of the actual happening. It doesn’t record the broken hearts, it doesn’t record the people crying, it doesn’t record the tension in the halls which can get unbearable. You know someone once died in one of my concerts?