Monthly Archives: March 2013

Another one bites the dust!

About 4 years ago, I met a young woman who wanted to be a music photographer. I gave her some advice, and told her that she was getting into it at the wrong time. She was very driven, appreciated my … Continue reading

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Copyright

I have always wondered, in the digital age, where there are really no borders any more, whether anyone in government is thinking about copyright in a world wide way. Wednesday afternoon, the head of the Copyright Office, Maria Pallante testified … Continue reading

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Neil Young

I am reading Neil Young’s autobiography “Waging Heavy Peace.” My first impression is that this is some batty old guy talking into a tape recorder. Then, upon further reading, his true genius comes out. In between all of his ramblings, … Continue reading

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Jumping

I have been doing some interviews this week connected with an exhibit of my work that is coming up this summer, and I recounted my favorite rule of music photography: “Whenever someone in the band climbs up on something on … Continue reading

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Harmony

When I was touring with Brian Wilson, I learned a lot about harmony. Watching him tell eight singers how to sing one of his songs was a fascinating process. They would sing a verse. He would stop them and start … Continue reading

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