I did have a lucky thing going on there in my throat.
Records became much cruder in the last 20 years. Let's put it that way.
Records have images. There are wet records and dry records. And big records.
Paul is a very creative artist but I'm more that thorough, meticulous, disciplined nut.
I teach well. I used to really like teaching a lot. I enjoyed it a lot and I was good at it.
I like working solo and it was a lot of fun joking around with the audience, saying things. I'm only just learning how to do certain things.
We'd go to the fraternity house. It was a good place to practice. But we really wanted the kids to overhear us. And whoever heard us would go nuts over it.
After all these years, I'm finally into soccer. The World Cup is on, and my band is an international group - they're all around me, cheering in the hotel bars.
I was a student at Columbia College, actually, in the Architecture school. Paul would drive in from Queens, showing me these new songs. I can't remember us working it out.
I'm the kind of person who can hear that stuff. If you sing along to the radio and you're not going to sing unison with the melody, but find the harmony, I find that pretty easy to do.