Every so often you have to increase your profile so you can let it lower again, like a balloon.
Everyone has a right to change their consciousness, but ultimately the whole process is misleading.
If you do things out of time you're weird.
So whenever I hear The Beatles I always feel I've got a lot in common with everybody else.
Dreams are a scientific fact.
If people were really naked and everyone knew what each other was thinking, everyone would probably just laugh... or they'd lock each other up.
We have a need to be religious, we need to worship, we need to build totems and shrines and icons, but nobody's sure in honor of what.
After Nashville sushi and a long debate on Bob Dylan, we went into Woodland Studios at 10 pm that night for a look around, and jammed for 5 hours solid.
I thin many people's deviant behavior starts with dreams because dreams are so non-linear... as if there's an assumption that everything has to be linear or has to be plotted.
As soon as a norm is established, people start questioning it, which is probably a good thing in the end.
I was always jealous of something getting more attention.
People's intelligence tends to be in inverse proportion to their number. People don't tend to get smarter as they get into bigger groups.
Using the word weird implies that there is a norm.
Well, I've been painting for years. I just started doing a lot more in the last couple.
The Beatles were something everyone had in common; this was thirty years ago, there was Dr. Who and everybody knew who the Daleks were and there was The Beatles and everybody knew who George Harrison was.
When you think about great teams, The Beatles and the Pythons immediately spring to mind. The Pythons were as much a part of their time as The Beatles.
As soon as someone like me or David Lynch pops up everyone says hallelujah, how weird.
After the Soft Boys I just didn't want to work with any more guitarists.
An un-named song is like an un-named child, it has no identity.
Everything is a reaction.