Steve Wynn interview
- It's a bit long to post, but there's a good Steve Wynn interview at
<http://www.junkmedia.org/01/48/wilcox48_3.html>. Here's a bit of news
from it; fans of _Here Come the Mircales_ might find it most welcome news.
So do you have specific plans to go into the studio to get started on a new
We'll be going back to Tucson in September. I've got a lot of songs
written, and I'm just going to keep writing until then. It's kind of what I
did last time. I was writing until the time we went in to the studio. The
last weekend before we went down to Arizona to record, [drummer] Linda
[Pitmon] and I wrote three songs together and we were so happy with them
they all made the record. So I'm sure the same thing will happen again,
I'll just write and write. I really enjoyed working out there. The mood and
the process was so laid back and open to random things happening, and I
really like that and want to do that again. So I've got a lot of songs, but
I don't want them to be too fully formed.
It makes sense, since Tucson is Giant Sand territory and there seem to be
things happening by accident all the time on their records.
Yeah, it's always funny to work with somebody who's accustomed to working
with Giant Sand, because there's nothing you can do to faze them. Nothing
can freak them out. You can tear apart a song, change anything, it doesn't
matter. They're so used to chaos, everything else seems ordered and normal.
- On 1 Jul 02, at 14:39, Carl Zimring wrote:
> It's a bit long to post, but there's a good Steve Wynn interview atI doubt there are any other Brits on the list but if so, he's part of an
> <http://www.junkmedia.org/01/48/wilcox48_3.html>. Here's a bit of news
> from it; fans of _Here Come the Mircales_ might find it most welcome news.
> Carl Z.
upcoming songwriters circle tour which also includes Robert
Fisher, Walter Humara and Deanna Varagona.
- --- In fearnwhiskey@y..., "Andy Benham" <a.s.benham@b...> wrote:
> I doubt there are any other Brits on the list but if so, he's partof an
> upcoming songwriters circle tour which also includes RobertThe schedule, if anyone's curious:
> Fisher, Walter Humara and Deanna Varagona.
July 2 IRELAND Kilkenny Cleere's Theatre
July 3 IRELAND The Lobby Bar Cork
July 4 UK Swansea The Chattery
July 5 UK London The Borderline
July 8 UK York Fibbers
July 9 UK Manchester Band On the Wall
July 10 UK Glasgow King Tuts
July 11 UK TBA TBA
July 12 UK Aberdeen The Lemon Tree
July 14 UK Worcester Mars Bar
July 15 UK Birmingham Gee Club