I'm not much into current electronic stuff, what I think of as lounge electronics, mumbling electronics.
I have always been attracted to the cottage industry side of this business.
I think playing solo is a second rate activity, really. For me, playing is about playing with other people.
For me, Company is still the best way for me to work.
For me, playing is about playing with other people.
I am reactive.
I don't research anything.
I like duos with percussionists. I like the songs that percussionists sing.
I think the blues is fine for blues players, but free blues has never made much sense to me.
In the absence of that, I am happy to play solo, but I don't think there is any comparison.
Nowadays, I really like playing in studios.
Playing music is not really susceptible to theory much. Circumstances affect it so much.
Solo concerts are murder, I find; I don't like doing them.
Younger players in this music often turn out to be middle aged; it is not a young music.
Even if it is difficult playing with other people - sometimes it's great, sometimes it isn't, but that is kind of the point of it. It loses its point playing solo.
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