It’s sour grapes I admit I want to be more famous so people are examining my work couplet by couplet you know what I mean? That’s the level where I want to go.
The dumber half of the audience – whether they’re male or female and a lot of them are male – for some reason responds very quickly to the feminine voice. How can I put it? They kind of instantly react to the female voice in a positive way quicker than they would the male voice.
It more or less has the shape of a love song but ‘Crescent Moon’ reflects more my longing for an ancient romantic context that includes wild animals fire danger of death stellar navigation and seasonal intuition.
Some have called we rock and roll performers who never retire ‘troubadours.’ I enjoy this misnomer immensely. While there are many differences between me and my distant predecessors in L’Occitane I do believe there is a lineage that connects us of the last 70 years with those romantic singers of the High Middle Ages.
I’m not saying that people have to listen to rock music. It’s a great cool thing and it can really be liberating for a lot of people but hey so can Charles Dickens so I’m not going to judge.
They’re a different generation those kids kids that are under the age of twelve. They’re not that impressed by rock music you know what I mean? They’re like it’s cool and everything but whatever. They’re just as impressed by YouTube.