"People" Sayings and Quotes
It's a cyclical thing. When they make one, everyone loves them. Different genres come around in succession. People always welcome the western. It's America's genre.
I always try to put something personal on my albums just to give people out there a little piece of my history and how I got where I am and who I am.
The rawness and the richness of music on vinyl almost went away, but it still seems to be on a lot of people's radar, and for good reason. It does something different than more accessible means of music playing, like MP3 players and downloads and whatnot. You get in front of these archaic contraptions that go 'round and 'round.
I'm constantly meeting people who said that they cast their first vote for me, or that they cut their eye teeth on the 1972 campaign, or that they didn't vote for me but admire my positions.
On September 11, people were shaken, but they quickly calmed down. There was a flash of awareness, which lasted a few fractions of a second. People could feel that something was happening. Then a blanket of silence covered up the crack in our certainty of safety.
I pay a lot of attention to the people I let surround me. I learn something from those people and from everyone - from other musicians, from people on the street.
I really like the whole urban farming idea, because I grow my own produce in L.A., and I think it's great to teach people here in Manhattan so they can do the same.
I can see how Americans misconstrue British reserve, and I can see how British people misconstrue American enthusiasm. I think I'm somewhere in between the two. Although I'm outgoing, I'm also very private.
There are absolutely almost perfect people who experience no guilt; they don't know what it is. They simply do what they need to do - or want to do - next. They see nothing wrong with it. They feel no guilt. They express no guilt. And it's not even certain what harm they do.
People come to museums for storytelling and engagement, and the technology needs to facilitate that.
I don't believe you should stay onstage until people are begging you to get off. I like the idea of leaving them wanting a bit more.
What is important, I think, is to reach as many people as you can and do it as well as you can. Reach them and inspire them or amuse them, or maybe in some odd moments help them to discover something they hadn't thought of before.
We are always creating new tools and techniques to help people, but the fundamental framework is remarkably resilient, which means it must have something to do with the nature of organizations or human nature.
If you consider film an art form, as some people do, then the Western would be a truly American art form, much as jazz is.
I'm constantly told in the industry that I don't look like a woman, so therefore, I can't be put in editorials and campaigns because people wouldn't get it.
A good nationalism has to depend on a principle of the common people, on myths of a struggling commonality.