Interiew: Guy Grogan
Guitar, bass, drums, a bit of piano and percussionso that's 5 or so. I'll play whatever I can get my hands on—and I do mean “hands”. I never really had a knack for brass or woodwinds. But I'd love to get at a cello or a marimba and see what I could
As far as artists that inspired me growing up--I cut my teeth on guitar rock. In hindsight most of what I listened to back then was garbage, but as you've probably noticed, I still love a good guitar solo--as long as it isn't just gratuitous shredding, but rather adds an extra pair of wings to the song. His solos just cut through and elevated the whole piece. Beyond that, I am inspired by all types of music. I might be listening to some Kenny Burrell and be inspired to write something jazzy like "Moonbird", or I'll hear a Damien Rice song and want to write something delicate and anguished--or even something poppy. For example, one morning last year my alarm went off to "Electric Love" by Borns (which is odd in and of itself because I always wake up to an alarm, never the radio. Maybe I was still half asleep, but I thought it was one of the most exquisite pop songs I'd ever heard--it had this simple irresistible modern Mark Bolan erotic vibe to it. I got mad and jealous (in a motivating way) of how good it was and... As to Dylan, that's funny, because others have drawn that comparison (not always favorably, I might add. ) and I'm not really a Dylan fan at all. I just don't get what all the fuss is about. I actually like his son Jakob's stuff much better. I know that's sacrilege to a lot of people out there, so I apologize in advance. I keep hoping one day someone will come along and educate me, show me the light. Until then, I just won't get it. All that said, as a poet and lover of great album titles, "Blonde on Blonde" and "Blood on the Tracks" are two of the very best. I don't know that there's a message per se, but there are themes that imply a message. As a collective the songs touch on themes of seizing the day, loss, mortality, self-realization, love, relationships, hope, the creative process itself--the usual naval gazing suspects. How many voices do you hear in your head. Too many, in general. I spend a lot of time trying to tame (i. e. , ignore) the 7-headed hydra of my mind. As mentioned above, from a musical standpoint I can find inspiration in a wide variety of styles. On rare occasion I'll tell myself I want to write a song about X and go at it, but they are usually less narrative than that and more impressionistic, lyrically. That said, I've learned not to rely on inspiration for every step in the process. I'll often adopt the straw man approach just to make progress that will then lead to something more inspiring. How many instruments do you play. Guitar, bass, drums, a bit of piano and percussion. so that's 5 or so. I'll play whatever I can get my hands on--and I do mean "hands". I never really had a knack for brass or woodwinds. But I'd love to get at a cello or a marimba and see what I could do with those. Is there a particular song on your new album that you are most proud of. What is it like writing songs in the Twitter age. It's tough because the internet, rightly or wrongly, has devalued music--as if it wasn't already hard enough to make a living as a musician. It's disheartening when you've poured so much of yourself into your work and people like it, but won't pay for it. I make a point buying everything I listen to--when I go to a restaurant, I pay the bill. Related, there's something to be said for a haiku-like approach to songwriting, imposing certain limitations in the interests of greater creativity, but that is different from this mentality of X# of characters or less. Songs often times require more patience than that, which is at odds with the instantaneousness that has pervaded so many aspects of our lives as a result of Twitter and the like. I don't mean to sound like a Luddite.
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