I don't know what I'm doing, but I'm damn well...
Geri Halliwell Quotes
I don't know what I'm doing, but I'm damn well gonna do it!
About the author
Born: 6 Aug 1972
Growing up, I listened to a lot of jazz and blues records - John Coltrane and Etta James. I was also really into Radiohead and the BeeGees.
I like songs in all different genres and types. My production and songwriting is everything from pop rock to hip-hop and everything in between.
Every song I write, including 'Too Close,' always starts on the guitar.
You kind of hope as a musician that you get some recognition for what you do, and when you do, it's nice. It's a really good feeling.
I could never call myself an atheist; my parents could, quite happily. I always felt like there was a little bit more out there, and was always into observing the world from a slightly more spiritual, as opposed to scientific, perspective.
If you're a musician, you're a musician; you don't ever get that out of your bones.
My parents are like religious atheists.
The Sicilian Defense album was never released and never will be if I have anything to do with it. I have not heard it since it was finished. I hope the tapes no longer exist.
The Dark Side of the Moon is a fine album with a textural and conceptual richness that not only invites, but demands involvement. There is a certain grandeur.
That Beatle euphoria has always been there, and it's hard to be in a room with a Beatle and try to be totally natural. You never shake that off.