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The Byrds are pretty foundational, for sure, even for Uncle Tupelo. Without Sweetheart of the Rodeo and some of the transitions that they went through, we might not have found enough country to embrace, you know? To pursue it a little deeper. So that definitely led us down that path to Gram Parsons. Even like Merle Haggard and Merle Travis, and who they were covering. It’s all a part of the stew, that time. But even beyond that—the early Byrds records basically taught me how to sing harmony and that’s essentially what I did in Uncle Tupelo. So, I don’t know how much you can value that as being a huge part of who I am or my musical career—but it’s certainly where I learned it, singing along in the car with tapes of Byrds records. It’s how I earned my keep. … [Read more...] about Andre 3000, Jeff Tweedy Ponder Final Song They’d Hear Before They Die in New Book
6. Paul McCartney’s contributions to the album were deleted – but the Beatles made a surprise appearance on the record.Dark Side‘s songs together, Roger Waters came up with the idea of recording interviews with Abbey Road staffers, road crew members, and anyone else working at the studio – asking them a series of questions about subjects ranging from the banal (favorite colors and foods) to the deeply serious (madness and death) – and then threading some of the interview snippets into the final mix. Paul McCartney, who was finishing Wings’ Red Rose Speedway album at Abbey Road, was actually among the interviewees, but Waters deemed his answers unusable. “He was the only person who found it necessary to perform, which was useless, of course,” Waters told Pink Floyd biographer John Harris. “I thought it was really interesting that he would do that. He was trying to be funny, which wasn’t what we wanted at all.” … [Read more...] about Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’: 10 Things You Didn’t Know
Everyone agrees that the concept for Dark Side developed at a meeting in Mason’s house in 1971, though some details get fuzzy. Waters recalled coming up with the idea of writing a cohesive set of songs about the pressures of life as the musicians knew it; Mason thinks the idea was developed collectively. In any case, Waters took notes as the band members developed lyrical topics for the album, centered around sources of stress. They assembled a compendium of bummers: mortality, travel, money, madness. It was Waters’ first album as sole lyricist, and the job was his from then on. “I never rated myself terribly highly in the lyrics department,” says Gilmour, “and Roger wanted to do it. I think it was a sense of relief that he was willing to do that. At the same time, him being the lyricist and more of the driving force didn’t ever mean that he ought to be in full charge of the direction of the musical side of things. So we’ve always had a little … [Read more...] about Pink Floyd: Journey to the Dark Side
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