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OK, I've had a life of sort of success, some people know who I am but a lot of people don't. I feel the need to change that still.
Blues was made for the recessed.
Britain, and my hometown, will always be with me wherever I go and whatever I do - but I prefer to live in California.
From my personal point of view, the Animals are dead. They killed themselves.
I have a life beyond performance. I love it, and it probably is the better part of my life, but I do have another life.
It's the need for change that drives us to join forces with our brothers and sisters all around the world - but change is slow.
Recording - once something's done, it's done, there's not much you can do about it. It's out there and you just have to pray to the gods.
Have you seen 'American Idol' lately? I'm sure that some kids somewhere at this moment are thrashing themselves silly over what they call 'Rock n' Roll.'
I always wanted to be a Californian. In my wildest dreams, I always liked California - it's the place where oranges grows on trees! Fruit just falls off the trees.
I did have a life before the Animals, and I'm trying constantly to prove that I have a life after the Animals. People tend to forget that I was the frontman with War for two years. People sort of have compartmental memories.
There are some songs that don't belong to The Animals that I refuse to give in to and not do. I enjoy singing other people's songs, you know. That's why they're written in the first place.
You know, jazz is the mother of all American music. R&B and pop and rap and everything are the branches on the main tree of the life of music, American music, which is jazz.
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