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It's a full confession. Punk Globe: Give us some background about yourself, a snapshot of your early life and the cultural dynamics that shaped you and made you who you are. I was born in Brooklyn New York and adopted, as my birthmother obviously spread her legs and couldn't keep me. Am I bitter? Absolutely not.
I was so out of my mind crazy, that I mann realize what an historic musical moment that was. We used up all drop acid and, not only go to the opera, but actually be in the opera, so shameful, so wonderful!
In those days, there wasn't much mental health awareness, so her illness went untreated. Punk Globe: Give us some background about yourself, a snapshot of your early life and the cultural dynamics that shaped you and made you who you are. I think they are an amazing duo that once the world discovers, everyone will totally be in love with! Had I known more about music and music theory, I could've done wonderful things. William Parrish : [reaches out and stops him from walking in front of a honking car] Joe Black Joe Black : You were hatching ideas, making plans, arriving at decisions, right?
I worked on his albums, and helped do his live shows. This loud orchestra crash started and we heard an angelic operatic voice singing. Joe Black : While you were shaving this morning, you weren't just shaving, ma weren't just shaving. Who did you enjoy most working with?
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Horror, comedy, adventure, love stories etc. Sid actually helped us with the chord changes on the track.
From emotional damage often comes beautiful music. As far as still wanting to make people dance, I love doing dance music and remixes, and constantly keep myself fresh by still DJ-ing every week in clubs in New York City. Not that it had gay overtones or anything like that, but that it was just sooooo bad. How did that track come about? Nothing sounded like that at that time, at all.
By that time, I had my record out. But now looking back on it, she was clearly schizophrenic. It was basically a talent show for all parrlsh local starlets and freaks. Punk Globe: Which track are you most proud of and why? And how did you feel when it became a global smash?
I would see legendary then mna act Aerosmith, driving down from Boston in their van, doing a show, and then hanging out side the club trying to get some "pussy". At 16 years old I went to work for my longtime friend Cherry Vanilla. I remember clearly stating if I wanted to do music, I wouldn't want to have a band.
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We want names. Lately I've been getting into film scoring which I'll talk about in a bit, but being able to use synthesizer and orchestra together is a total mind fuck for me, so I'm quite proud of some of the new "hybrid" things I've been doing with synth and orchestra. We did the whole thing yo about six hours. The contrast between the two is ro I call "intelligent, listenable dance music" and creates these wonderfully moody tracks.
Frieda b. meets the man in the moon (frieda b., #2)
I'm trying to do it in small snippets that will make it easily digestible. And if you're in Older Artist caught in the transition, you better understand that it's a new day and a new playing field and get your stuff out online. Lightning could strike. Punk Globe: You've worked with some of the most famous names in music.
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It became a huge worldwide hit. People came running into the dressing room saying "You have to see this guy on stage it's fucking amazing". That's life. We used to go to Andy Warhol parties and any place where parrush could get in for free and be "fabulous". Punk Globe: We've all danced to Male Stripper at some point in our lives.
I happen to be a huge movie buff. William Parrish : What do you mean? Well, at least I got to see the then unfamous Bette Midler perform her now famous "bath house show", with her yet to be famous piano player, Barry Manilow. Three or four s on each tidbit, then you could put it down, pick it up later and read another few s on the bus on the way msn work. What a mind fuck! She had just finished working for David Bowie. He said 'We don't know no Man Parrish, don't ever call here again', and slammed the phone down on me.
Jan that doesn't mean that their next piece won't be a masterpiece.
I ain't going nowhere, and still kicking ass, baby! It was done in my bedroom studio on an eight track half-inch tape recorder, Which by the way it metes what I used for my first album as well. Do you still wanna make people dance? Now you have to remember, back in those days there were no computers, midi, or sequencers.
We spent a week with George and Marilyn recording, and then performing on stage at the famous Palladium mega club in New York City.