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elle 10-01-2021 02:24 PM

Sodajerker audio interview - great stuff!
 


https://www.sodajerker.com/episode-2...ey-buckingham/

lots of discussion of the solo work, past and present, stories and meaning behind the new songs, way he works on songs - really great interview.

no drama or bs, so probably won't be nearly as interesting to general public.
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David 10-01-2021 04:43 PM

Thank you for tracking this and others down, Elle. I am listening now, with my essential oils diffuser on.

soul_drifter333 10-01-2021 07:33 PM

These guys really know how to ask interesting questions and there is not a lot of Stevie speak It's more about his music and production style. :)

DownOnRodeo 10-02-2021 02:54 AM

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Originally Posted by David (Post 1270030)
I am listening now, with my essential oils diffuser on.

Attar boy, David!



Wow, one of the best LB interviews ever. Lindsey seemed to think so too.

kenzo 10-05-2021 06:31 AM

Great interview - the interviewers actually cared about the artistry of songwriting and composing and spent no time on tabloid fodder. Also listened to their interview with Jeff Lynne, which was similarly great.

Storms123 10-05-2021 09:31 PM

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Originally Posted by kenzo (Post 1270085)
Great interview - the interviewers actually cared about the artistry of songwriting and composing and spent no time on tabloid fodder. Also listened to their interview with Jeff Lynne, which was similarly great.

Such a great interview. Listened on my walk home. They clearly did their research and are fans! LB seemed to enjoy it too.. Loved it

tango87 10-06-2021 05:17 AM

Yes, this is really one of the best interviews with Lindsey I can remember. How refreshing that they weren't tempted at any point to refer to any of the soap opera elements of his career, but were genuinely interested in how he works.

This has always been what has drawn me to his music - what a uniquely inventive, utterly musical person he is. I was listening again to 'I Don't Mind', and I just love it. How does he create a chorus that is full of such poignancy, hurt, irony, wistfulness?

We're lucky to have him!

FuzzyPlum 10-09-2021 12:03 PM

What a great interview. They showed a lot of genuine interest, insight and respect. I think Lindsey was really taken aback and pleased to be asked about Timebomb Town and the like.

michelej1 10-10-2021 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by FuzzyPlum (Post 1270105)
What a great interview. They showed a lot of genuine interest, insight and respect. I think Lindsey was really taken aback and pleased to be asked about Timebomb Town and the like.

Timebomb town is so great.

jbrownsjr 10-13-2021 08:21 PM

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Originally Posted by michelej1 (Post 1270135)
Timebomb town is so great.

I love that song.


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