I quite like childlike songs, which sometimes cross over.
Classical music's ability to translate emotional themes is fantastic.
I tend to think of the organ as part of the rhythm section, rather than a frontline voice.
I use a lot more chords than most organists and I'm careful to phrase them with the guitar.
The one phrase you can use is that success has a thousand fathers, and failure is an orphan.
There is nothing wrong with the name White Settlement, and the majority here is proud of the name.
I think it's like everything else; one shouldn't dig too deeply. It's silly to say that with a journalist, but sometimes there is not a truth to be found.
The Animals were a very separate and dissonant group at the time. We came from different backgrounds, different areas - we didn't even come from the same town, basically.
As I say, the Animals had a particular concept of themselves as a band. There was an anarchic spirit in it, which was being flattened by commercial designs, attitudes, and needs.
The only time it dominates is during a solo, or when we play a low blues and I put figures in behind Eric's vocals. There's never any real problem fitting guitar and organ together.