I don’t love you. I’m just passing the time.
You could love me if I knew how to lie
But who could love me?
I am out of my mind.
Throwing a line out to sea.
To see if I can catch a dream.
i need to start playing with a pick because my fingers are fucking ripped apart.
Preview: Chris Cornell of Soundgarden at The Pageant, 5.21.2013
If I didn’t know better, I’d think Chris Cornell was mugging for the camera.
No complaints from me, obviously. More photos and thoughts to come.
“Pink Floyd and the success of the band is the most important thing. With something like the motor racing, however successful, it’s an indulgence. The great thing about the band is how seriously people take it and that is personally very rewarding. One couldn’t say it’s a gold record or an award as such, it’s that sense that you’ve given a lot of people something that’s quite important to them, and that’s really quite powerful. I really began to understand that more clearly after I’d done the book [Inside Out: A Personal History of Pink Floyd] and I’d been on signing tours, because it’s much more individual. People want the book dedicated to them, they talk to you. Particularly in Eastern Europe where rock’n’roll wasn’t quite as easy as it was over here. It wasn’t a matter of your parents saying, ‘You call that music, it’s rubbish,’ – people actually suffered for it. You come away from that sort of thing a little more humbled and conscious of how important it was.” - Mason, Nick