2013年08月18日

Relix - Features - Dave Grohl: Rock's New Crown Prince

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"(...) Surprisingly, working with Paul McCartney in the studio didn’t cause much anxiety. “I knew that having McCartney come into the room with Nirvana would yield some pretty spectacular results,” he says from Los Angeles when we speak later. “Something about me playing drums with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and having seven hours to write a song, that could go either way, you know?”

It’s that collaboration with BRMC’s Robert Levon Been and Peter Hayes on the tune “Heaven & All” which Grohl describes as “one of the most special studio experiences of my life” that delivered “the most beautiful piece of music I think I’ve ever recorded. It reminded me of what it was like to be in Nirvana,” he confides.

“When the three of us would go into our practice space in Tacoma, Washington, which was basically a barn, the first thing we always did was improvise. And we would jam some improvised noise for the first 15 or 20 minutes of every rehearsal. Songs came from that; ideas came from that; arrangements came from that. Those were exercises or lessons in dynamic and that’s what it was like with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club that day. (...)”
D.G.
source: Relix - Features - Dave Grohl: Rock's New Crown Prince




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