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A young Morgan would sit down, order a hamburger, and in a crowd of 50 to 60 people, watch Les Paul perform. More than anything I want a home base where I can play my music, and have guests, make it a scene. Duncan Sheik will be joining Morgan in March. I caught up with Morgan at the Think Coffee on the corner of Bleecker and Bowery to open up some packs of MusiCards, and the artists we found sparked conversations about attending Berklee College of Music at just the wrong time, the Greatest Hits album he listens to every year, and how he ended up buying Bo Diddley a drink.
I went there right between them. I showed up in Boston as a lifelong native New Yorker at the worst time possible to go to Boston, because my beloved Metropolitans had just won the World Series and I was proudly walking around with my Mets hat.
I went there with a very open mind, but I hated Boston. This was the first time I had been a new kid in a school in a really long time.
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This is pretty amazing. Berklee was like the Jets and the Sharks, but it was different than other music schools, it was jazz heads and metal heads. And this was during a time when metal was gigantic. Gigantic, and it was terrible metal, not cool metal. Not even good Van Halen metal.
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I get really excited when he plays guitar, and I love The Beatles, and I love other people, too. You should listen to Randy Rhoads. I was pummeled with Randy Rhoads' music, though, as if he was the idol of a fallen religion. They fell into that trap. Billy Idol Three things about Billy Idol come to mind.
He had a guitar player named Steve Stevens, who I think he still plays with. Steve Stevens had the biggest hair in the universe. He was a crazy great player, had great facility. I think he was also his music director, and did a lot of the arranging. She sounds like a real peach. The best friend was the real peach. We all went on a senior trip to Jamaica. Our whole grade went to Jamaica together.
I listened to that song probably times in a row on that trip because it was the perfect angry, awesome hot song. Endearing yourself to the people of Jamaica forever. And pissing off all the other people at the resort.
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