Talk radio doesn't need to be political.
I am a very lucky man. I am living my life with my hobby as my profession.
I used to get nervous so I took up Yoga to help me calm down.
I hope to soon be in contact with the man who is searching for Noah's ark.
They are part of lots of sessions that makeup a hazy part of my session life.
A musician can get lost to what he is in the session busines as it was.
It wasn't all spent on practicing, I did do other things! but the classical guitar means a lot to me so I spend many hours building good chops and getting a good program together.
Well I know I was contracted to Polydor so they couldn't use my name.
Also I played on a lot of demos in the early days of the Stones.
It gives the listener a good workout, to listen to the music, the same as it does us to play it.
Just recently I worked with Van Morrison and I came to realize that money can't make a decent human being out of you.
We can make science personal, like a love story or your best friend.
I like to work with artists who are as wide in their musical taste as I am.
It's up to people like us, all of us, to address and talk about things like runaway global warming and how we can use things like remote viewing to save our planet.
My whole life is geared to play guitar. I play what I want when I want and I hope the listener gets as much pleasure listening to the music as I get playing it.
You sit there waiting for the RED LIGHT to go on. You could be sitting there for five minutes, waiting, while the producer talks to the engineer. Then the light goes on you know that you mustn't make a mistake for at least 4 minutes.
I remember a couple of instrumental albums, just don't ask the names.