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I long ago lost a hound, a bay horse, and a turtle-dove, and am still on their trail. Many are the travellers I have spoken concerning them, describing their tracks and what calls they answered to. I have met one or two who had heard the hound, and the tramp of the horse, and even seen the dove disappear behind a cloud, and they seemed as anxious to recover them as if they had lost them themselves.
It’s a little known fact that one in three family pets gets lost during its lifetime, and approximately 9 million pets enter shelters each year. That’s why it’s a wonderful thing to get your pet microchipped and registered with your contact information because then they can be located and the owners can track where their pets are.
I kind of just lost track of laps. I couldn’t hear a split. It was just so loud in here everyone was going nuts. I sort of felt like I was a little tired and I said, the people in front of me seem like they are falling off the lead pack a little bit. I should probably make a move. I hear ding, ding, ding, ding and I thought oh crap! I’ve really got to go, I’ve got a lot left.
I’m just blessed that I was able to have guys around me that had some of the same goals. The man above gave me a gift and he gave me friends and a mentor that can help me reach my goal and reach my potential. And we all had the same goal, so it wasn’t hard for us to get, you know, off track because we all wanted the same thing.
I really thought the process and what I’m used to doing on film would be different. I thought that because I wouldn’t have the same amount of time, I wouldn’t do all of the tracks that I like to do or the lighting that it takes. And then, I got there and realized that I don’t know any other way. I just do all that stuff really, really fast and under a lot of stress.
Years ago I sang on a track using that voice and someone asked, ‘Who is that terribly depressed man?’ But Patrick loved it. He said, ‘You sound like a young boy, like a child, like an old woman, like an old man,’ and really, we all have all of those things inside of us. I don’t do any vocal gymnastics to make the voice better as I age. If it comes out rougher, then it’s true to what’s happening. Singing is who I am. I didn’t train for it, any more than I trained for anything else I did. I probably should take better care of myself physically, but it goes against the grain.
If you go to Japan, they’re still buying vinyl, and they want the education. They know who’s playing on what tracks from the ’60s and the ’70s – who the guitar player is, who the drummer is, who the producer was, what studio it was recorded in. That’s how I grew up listening to music. We bought albums. We read the liner notes. It was important to know the whole history behind it.