Tunes Related Quotes
“I don't want to go in armed with a bunch of tunes -- I want to go in barefoot and unprepared. It's an ongoing relationship. We like the way he works, and he likes the way we work together, so I don't think it's even a question.”
Beautiful tunes are all very good and fine, and great musicians are always great, but that alone isn't enough.
I started writing "Peace Trail" here in Colorado, then I went back to California. I had a few other tunes going around in my head, so I had a couple of them finished after a few days and then I wanted to go into the studio.
[Patrick Leonard] is such a magnificent composer. I don't think there is anybody working today with those kind of skills that could translate one of my tunes into that really beautiful chamber music.
I sit around and play acoustic guitar - usually acoustic, sometimes electric, occasionally piano, but more often guitar, just trying to come up with tunes. Ideas kind of pop into your head.
When you work in such a surreal environment as movies, just listening to some tunes or hanging out with friends is what you crave. Even time alone.
In peace, Love tunes the shepherd's reed; In war, he mounts the warrior's steed; In halls, in gay attire is seen; In hamlets, dances on the green. Love rules the court, the camp, the grove, And men below, and saints above; For love is heaven, and heaven is love.
Both of my parents have been actors; there were a lot of show tunes on in the car all of the time. I grew up with that.
When we first started playing we did a lot of rehearsing. We used to write out everything. In fact, that's the way everybody rehearses: we play the tunes and improvise.