Innerviews: Music Without Borders

Monday, September 06, 2010
By Tricia Stevens
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Twenty-four music artists including Bjork, Jon Anderson, Martin Carthy, Stanley Clarke, and Chuck D get candid about the creative process, their careers and aspirations, conflicts and collaborations, and the realities of today’s music business in Anil Prasad’s book Innerviews: Music Without Borders.

Here are some of the topics you’ll find in the book:
– Bjork on the chaos of her creative process
– Stanley Clarke on saying no to Miles Davis
– Chuck D on what’s wrong with hip-hop today
– Ani DiFranco on propelling democracy through music
– Bela Fleck on journeying to Africa to discover the roots of the banjo
– Bill Laswell on the drama of producing difficult artists
– John McLaughlin on turning the tables on the jazz police
– McCoy Tyner on the deification of John Coltrane
– Tangerine Dream on electronica transcending technology
– Joe Zawinul on inventing the original hip-hop beat

Innerviews: Music Without Borders
October 19, 2010
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