"Greenland" Sayings and Quotes
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I think my music has always been a mixture, depending on whom I'm working with - what band, what musicians, what producer.
There are a few things that I will hopefully be credited for as a pioneer. One is my four-mallet playing. Another one is the starting what was first called jazz rock in 1967 when I started my first band, later became jazz fusion by the 1970s.
What I appreciate about Radiohead's work - and it's most evident in 'Hail to the Thief' - is how the juxtaposition of narratives on the band's albums somehow creates a sense of wholeness.
There was no call from anybody in the band to discuss any of the things that had been a problem or what I had done wrong.
But when it came to jamming and writing songs like we used to, we realized Brandon was a huge spirit in the band. Who knew? It was just something we had to learn.
Ultimately, our goal was to be a band and be recognized for our songs and making records. And I think that has been the case.