Raymond Carver’s What We Talk About When We Talk About Love.
I just watched Robert Altman’s 3 Women for the first time, it’s a great unhinged masterpiece. I have always loved the way he uses sound in films too, and its been an occasional influence on my approach to music.
I finally got to see Willie Nelson play in Coney Island. Aged 83, he just walked on stage played 29 classics and then sent us on our way. I think his guitar playing is really underestimated.
Donald Byrd’s ‘Cristo Redentor’.
Neil Young’s After the Goldrush.
I would just play more Irish acts on the radio.
It mostly happens in bed on my computer; I am the perfect customer for mysteries with a conclusion.
I listen to Paul McLoone’s show online.
John Coltrane, Nina Simone and RL Burnside.
Through a bizarre set of circumstances i ended up holding Meryl Streep’s hand at a dinner party and talking for a while.
Probably the late 1950s early 1960s when so much innovation and excitement was happening in music and art.
My great grandmother was one of the first women to own a car in Ireland.
I think Brian Mooney is a really gifted songwriter; he will be opening for us at the Sirius Arts Centre on April 5th in Cobh.
Let’s all take a week off and really think about the road we are blindly running down.
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