New Pete interview



jimthewhofan at aol.com jimthewhofan at aol.com
Sun Aug 16 03:27:01 UTC 2009


 


 Any comments from Pete on the passing of the legendary Les Paul?

Dunno about the rest of you folks, but I absolutely adore the Les Paul sound. I wish Pete could have found some way to continue to play them live.


 

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From: Keithjmoon70 at aol.com
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Sent: Sat, Aug 15, 2009 10:07 pm
Subject: New Pete interview










>Set in London and Brighton at the height of the Mod era, Quadrophenia  is 
told through the eyes of Jimmy, a >hedonistic style-conscious teenager  
searching for a place to belong and a girl to love.

>"Good rock music, as we now call my kind of pop, must be functional, it  
has to do something more than >just entertain."

>"The mods I had known were all more gentle souls, effete in some ways,  
certainly intelligent and creative," >he explains. "What the older generation  
missed was the enormous inner struggle many of the mods were >going  
through.

>"Suddenly, around the time of the mods, young people were  aware of 
individual responsibility, especially for >their own emotional  safety and sense 

of security, and for their sense of belonging."
 
 
 
Yeah, I feel like that, too.  I've always felt like that.  Now  that I 
can't hear so well anymore, the answer is what? Death is on it's way and  I 
can't stop it either. In the Ether.
 
 
Jon in Mi



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