Nick, Gaye Sam discussed on RPM45

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It was maybe <Speech_Male> Burnett <Speech_Male> bekka Bramlett <Speech_Male> Christine <Speech_Male> McVie did the album <Speech_Male> but wouldn't go on the road. <Speech_Male> I love <Speech_Male> Nick but it was <Speech_Male> it was a little somewhat <Speech_Male> torturous <Speech_Male> times. Yeah. <Speech_Male> It was <Speech_Male> interesting <Speech_Male> fact. Can I still <Silence> really good <SpeakerChange> friends <Speech_Male> a new <Speech_Male> album. Now, you're <Speech_Male> you've redone <Speech_Male> alone <Speech_Male> together and it's <Speech_Male> called a loan together <Speech_Male> again. <Speech_Male> Yeah, same <Speech_Male> songs entirely <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> is that it <Speech_Male> took it is the <Speech_Male> same songs. There's <Speech_Male> a different <Speech_Male> version of world and changes <Speech_Male> but there's also <Speech_Male> the same <Speech_Male> Arrangement there was originally <Speech_Male> done. I <Speech_Male> mean most of the reason I did <Speech_Male> it was doing this in <Speech_Male> the first place was really <Speech_Male> just purely for my <Silence> own amusement <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> I started doing this <Speech_Male> over ten years ago <Speech_Male> and mostly because <Speech_Male> I didn't really <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> because <Speech_Male> my idea of <Speech_Male> a singer <SpeakerChange> is like Marvin <Speech_Male> Gaye Sam <Speech_Male> Cooke Mahalia <Speech_Male> Jackson <Speech_Male> 20 Twisted me <Speech_Male> singing <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> I was young in <Speech_Male> and I just couldn't <Speech_Male> I didn't like the <Speech_Male> I just <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I write a thing about <Speech_Male> that. So that <Speech_Male> was part of redoing <Speech_Male> it off and <Speech_Male> and also the <Speech_Male> fact of <Speech_Male> those <Speech_Male> tracks that I did on <Speech_Male> the original album, <Speech_Male> which is great. This <Speech_Male> is great great little <Speech_Male> moments in <Speech_Male> there and I had great <Speech_Male> players <Speech_Male> kind of retrospective. <Speech_Male> Here what I realized <Speech_Male> was if I'd <Speech_Male> had those <SpeakerChange> guys <Speech_Male> on the road for <Speech_Male> a month playing <Speech_Male> those songs <SpeakerChange> every <Speech_Male> night. It's <Speech_Male> good as the Lord together <Speech_Male> was <Speech_Male> that have been a different energy <Speech_Male> on it would have been <Speech_Male> just that much <Speech_Male> better. That's <Speech_Male> what's in this new one. <Speech_Male> You know, it's it's <Speech_Male> basically my live <Speech_Male> band. So <Speech_Male> there's a great <Speech_Male> really great <SpeakerChange> energy <Speech_Male> in that. <Speech_Male> I'm pretty <Speech_Male> much was not <Speech_Male> meaning to put it out. <Speech_Male> It was just merely <Speech_Male> wage in my own <Speech_Male> Amusement, <Speech_Male> but you <SpeakerChange> are putting <Speech_Male> it out. Well it came <Speech_Male> out so well <Speech_Male> and <SpeakerChange> then we have <Speech_Male> the 50th Anniversary <Speech_Male> this year. <Speech_Male> Well, <Speech_Male> you <Speech_Male> know, what the <Speech_Male> hell why not <Speech_Male> wage Maybe <Speech_Male> video <Speech_Male> ReDiscover this <Speech_Male> album, maybe <Speech_Male> some young people <Speech_Male> and pick <SpeakerChange> up on it <Speech_Male> and get who knows. <Speech_Male> That'd be very cool. <Speech_Male> And of course, it's <Speech_Male> a CD. <Speech_Male> It's streamed <Speech_Male> unshelled directs. <Speech_Male> They have the <Speech_Male> digital rights. <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> had the CD and <Speech_Male> vinyl so <Speech_Male> it'll be mostly <Speech_Male> through my website <Speech_Male> to see days <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> then the the vinyl <Speech_Male> which I'm working. <Speech_Male> The moment <Speech_Male> to get done will be <Speech_Male> like <Speech_Male> the original <Speech_Male> and the jacket <Speech_Male> is the fold-out <Speech_Male> like the original <Speech_Male> and the the <Speech_Male> CDs multicolored <Speech_Male> like the original <Speech_Male> everyone <Speech_Male> that they do multi <Speech_Male> colored will <Speech_Male> be uniquely <Speech_Male> different like the original <Speech_Male> cuz there's no controlling <Speech_Male> the colors in the <Speech_Male> Press. They all come <Speech_Male> out different every single <Speech_Male> one <Speech_Male> who else puts the CD <Speech_Male> and vinyl and <Speech_Male> I don't know <Speech_Male> if there is any <Speech_Male> way any more of these <Speech_Male> days that whole <Speech_Male> side <Speech_Male> of what I do <Speech_Music_Male> is destroy it <Speech_Music_Male> which part I don't <Speech_Male> understand <Speech_Male> everybody's stealing <Speech_Male> the music. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> What are you <Speech_Male> getting <Speech_Male> off at? Three four <Speech_Male> million selling <Speech_Male> album sells about <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> 20 30,000 <Speech_Music_Male> album? <Speech_Music_Male> Yeah. <Speech_Male> Okay. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Got it. That's <Speech_Male> a whole side of <Speech_Male> our life <Speech_Male> that's being <Speech_Male> taken are <Speech_Male> worth. It's like going <Speech_Male> to work and not getting <Speech_Male> paid you can <Speech_Male> cut all this out <Speech_Male> if you want the sour grapes. <Speech_Male> I don't really care. <Speech_Male> No no. <Speech_Male> No, I'm <SpeakerChange> I'm interested. <Speech_Male> It's <Speech_Male> an issue for all of <Speech_Music_Male> us for everybody musician. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> They're at <Speech_Male> home. You <Speech_Male> you know want to say well, <Speech_Male> you know, all these <Speech_Male> rock stars is super <Speech_Male> rich and they're this <Speech_Male> and they're batting there. <Speech_Male>

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