Ever changing times

Thanks for all the kind words. I am still getting over the shock of another year blazing by. I've got so many favorite bands it's not funny.

When you've got a 5. Yeah, they got a shitload of them. When you free the energy used to hold yourself tight, you free the gifts of sensitivity that have been lost to you: So you beat yourself up about how you know you should have better boundaries. Aw thanks man, I appreciate that.

So this solo album is, congratulations again, we've talked a little about it you and me, but it's a fantastic record. Stop smothering your sensitivity.

We're very excited about that, then we're running off to do a Malaysia and then we're going to do Japan with Boz Skaggs. Do you know how long it would actually take to go in there and redo the vocals and have it perfectly lip synched. How do ya figure.

Both Bobby and I were kind of sick when we did the live show in Paris for the DVD that's coming out, but we fuckin' persevered. Of course man, I'm gonna be living over there. I'm not really a session guy anymore man - I mean in the true sense of the word.

It's gonna be a great set of shows and the DVD about to hit any day now… Yeah it's gonna be a month and when you see it man, it looks really fuckin' cool.

If you put yourself in my position with people saying 'well you ought to do the 30th tour next year', those people haven't done what we've just done.

You push yourself hard, and then you beat up on yourself when you miss the mark. I like all progressive music from the 70's, and I love modern progressive stuff too - John Petrucci's an old pal of mine and I think he's great y'know.

Did you find the making of this album a comparatively relaxing process compared to a lot that you've worked on it the past. Joe is playing on all 4 Los Angeles dates.

Of course, he wanted to get his approval, but he also wanted to make sure to tell the story right. I get tweaked when people say things like I'm a coked out loser, yeah, and you can print that laughter but I mean, do these people know me. When I resume next week its "balls to the wall's" till I start rehearsals with Toto and then back in the studio till the day we leaveout for a month, a few days off then back into the studio to finish my record.

Steve Lukather - The Ever Changing Times Interview

But everything's going good man. Thanks a lot man: The instrumental will follow so my year is FULL. Oh, I can't wait. Got some great stuff already for the "vocal" record. You know, all I did was play music. All I really care about is my family and my friends and that's what Xmas is all about anyway.

I wanted to get all that shit on tape. I have 2 mixes done for my solo record which I am really happy with. Many conscientious and high achieving people fall victim to this nagging fear. Yeah, it's been great - an incredible run: I have one tune that is a shameless tribute to Steely Dan, Stab in the back.

I am bringing in a bunch of weird 'Boutique' amps and little boxes and NOT just what is expected of me, or the same old same old. They feel deeply physically and emotionally.

Ever Changing Times by Steve Lukather As the sun breaks down through the auburn haze to an empty town All the rusted cars, the dissarray, not a soul around. Song information for Ever Changing Times - Aretha Franklin, Michael McDonald on AllMusic. Ever Changing Times lyrics by Aretha Franklin: It's an ever changing time / I see, that clock upon the wall / Well it don't bother me at.

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It's an ever changing time I see, that clock upon the wall Well it don't bother me at all It's an ever changing time And.


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