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It's a stark and stunning reminder of the gravity of the present moment with a thin margin of comfort. It's the kind of song that some writers spend their whole career waiting to arrive, and it may be the best moment the Bacon Brothers have given us yet. Speaking with PopMatters, Bacon says, "There are a lot of times when people will win an award or have some great moment and say, 'My dad is looking down on me.
Kevin Bacon : I don't think we sit down to write another record. What happened, in this case, is that we had a bunch of songs that just kind of popped up—more than we expected. I always say, whenever I write a song, I always think it's the last song I'm going to write, so the idea that we've done this many records is astounding. If I look back, I think, "I can't believe we've written this many songs, and that we've made this much music. It's just really surprising that we turned around and had ten songs.
I come more from the mindset of just release singles. I think Michael's a little more into the idea of a completed album. But I have to say that when I got the whole thing, sitting down and listening to it, even though it's pretty all over the place, which is typical for our music, there's still a cohesiveness to it. Michael Bacon : We never really plan anything.
We plan short-term, but it's never, "After four years, we'll do this, after eight years we'll do that, after 25 years this. I like thinking about making a CD. It's also good for live shows. You have something people can take away with a picture on it with credits and everything.
Until somebody tells me to stop, I think we'll keep putting out CDs. Kevin, you touched on an idea that fascinates me: The idea that whatever you just wrote might be the last one. There's a certain exhilaration that kicks in when the next idea comes along.
But I really don't know what the inspiration is. I don't even have a routine around it. It's not like I sit down every day and say, "OK, what rhymes with orange? You hear people say, "The best ones were written in five minutes. Some little thing will tip it in the direction it needs to go. I use the voice notes on my phone, and sometimes I'm cleaning them up just because there's so much crap on my phone.
I'll hear eight or ten different versions of something with different keys and different melodies and different grooves and, generally, what I think is the idea got to someplace that was better. Michael : I think that over the years we've been doing this, we've gotten more subtle. I remember when we first started, Kevin would sit down with me, and he'd have pages of lyrics. I helped him organize these fantastic lyrics that fit into more conventional popular song formats.
I think, when you look at this record, it's pretty concise. Our songwriting has become simpler, and we've never done so well with these Tin Pan Alley situations where you sit down in a room with a bunch of writers. We have done it and done it successfully, but I think that most of the time, we're looking into ourselves for inspiration. We've spent a lot of time on the road, and something will happen, and three weeks later, that will pop up in a song. I go, "Oh, I was there when that happened.
Not always. The best parts of life tend to be simple things and if you can figure out some way of capturing something that someone has gone through eight trillion times in the history of mankind and come up with a slightly different slant, where someone hears it and says, "I never really thought about it that way. I really think "British Invasion" captures the excitement we feel when we're discovering music for ourselves: It's not necessarily what our parents or somebody else passed down to us; it's "ours" somehow.
Kevin : Mike's nine years older than me. I was born in '58, so I was very young when that music became popular. But I heard those records and felt it. Miller Don Costello Police Sergeant Brent Carol Hughes Sally Travers Reed Hadley Tony Berolli Ben Welden Anderson as Ben Weldon Theodore von Eltz Lapagos, the Tailor Mitchell Lewis Alfred 'Al' Joe Yule Little 'Butch' Eddie Hart Taglines: The Night-Club Singer!
The Handsome Gangster! The Country Girl! Here's a Grand Story! Edit Did You Know? Yeah, just those two. You can keep the rest. User Reviews This has been done before 5 July by georgigems — See all my reviews. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Language: English. Washington Blvd. Runtime: 73 min. Color: Black and White.I love the new cd "Soul Circus", but as great as it is, it doesn't begin to capture the essence of a live Victor Wooten show! Let me try to explain The show opened with a movie about Victor and whether the legend is true that he has eight arms. The screen goes up and there's a drum introduction and the band breaks into "Natives". Then.