maybe someday. right now i just want to make music for my own records. and regarding contemporary film scores...most of them dissapoint me. so many contemporry film scores sound alike, and i find that to be a big dissapointment. obviously there are some great film scores being made that serve as the exception to my disappointing rule.
krystal: do you like the pet shop boys??
yes. they're a great electro-pop band. i have to say that my favourite psb song is their medley of 'where the streets have no name/and that other song i can't remember right now'
elissabird: what kind of shoes were those you were wearing in cribs...the red and white ones.
oh no, were they really ugly? uh-oh. i think i was wearing these weird hip-hop basketball shoes that were pretty hoffifying. i was wearing them cos someone gave them to me and they seemed like the last thing in the world that i would ever actually wear, so i wore them as a challenge to my narrow-mindedness. i haven't seen cribs yet. so i don't know if i was wearing the ugly shoes that i'm thinking of.
petra777: what would be your 3 favourite female singers if you based it only on vocal ability and not composition (music) and why?
hmm...umm...elizabeth fraser, donna summer, patti paige. cos they all move me with their beautiful voices.
blaisebaileyfinnegan: moby, why do you think so many americans (comparatively) are so apathetic when it comes to issues and questions of political, economic, and social importance in their lives? in other words, why is hedonism the value of the age?
well, to make sweeping generalizations:
1-we live in times of unprecedented peace and prosperity. peace and prosperity are soporifics. benign soporifics, but they've put us to sleep ethically.
2-we are all so disconnected from the actual world that surrounds us that we have, objectively speaking, lost our minds.
3-the pursuit of biological life is always subjective well-being. one of our problems is that we've gotten too good at it and eliminated the basis for juxtaposition with which well-being has traditionally been defined (i.e- a warm home in winter meant a lot more when having a warm home was hard to accomplish)