RexBeckett75 karma2013-03-28 17:33:46 UTC
Over those two years, what are a few of the most surprising things you've learned about the workings of the music industry?
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RexBeckett15 karma2013-02-28 15:55:41 UTC
Thanks for doing this little Q&A.
A single geetar question: Do you play more easily using one specific plectrum, yet find yourself needing to use another when performing/recording, because it makes for a better sound? Gracias.
RexBeckett8 karma2013-04-03 20:09:15 UTC
Would you rather fight a hundred Salvador Dali-sized Max Ernsts or persuade the steam?
RexBeckett3 karma2013-06-25 19:15:12 UTC
Okay. Art school. What is it about visually oriented art school students that leads to them to create groundbreaking music?
Zappa, Beatles, Keith Richards, Clapton, Pink Floyd, Bryan Ferry, Eno, Talking Heads, Bowie, Michael Stipe, Pete Townshend, you guys . . .
RexBeckett3 karma2013-06-18 18:51:11 UTC
Frank McCourt, ah me. I can't think of a more winning opener to a work than what he came up with for Angela's Ashes.
Any thoughts on the man?
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