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Interview with the writer of "Society" performed by Eddie

RJ10RJ10 Posts: 4
edited December 2007 in The Porch
"It's funny when things change so much, it's all state of mind" - In Hiding
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  • RJ10 wrote:


    That was a good read, thank you!
  • RJ10RJ10 Posts: 4
    That was a good read, thank you!

    Thank you...glad you enjoyed it!!
    "It's funny when things change so much, it's all state of mind" - In Hiding
  • RJ10 wrote:

    a great insight into a great guy! A free thinker...

    thanks
  • My favorite part was when he said he met Ed on a street corner in Seattle. Wouldn't it be funny to be walking down the street and come upon Ed loitering there, waiting for somebody?
  • SDHSClassof82SDHSClassof82 SeattlePosts: 305
    manhattan wrote:
    My favorite part was when he said he met Ed on a street corner in Seattle. Wouldn't it be funny to be walking down the street and come upon Ed loitering there, waiting for somebody?

    What caught my eye is that they played in some dive bar together after the recording session. How come we didn't hear about this?!
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  • thanks for posting this link...a good read.

    cheers
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  • memememe Posts: 4,692
    Thank you.
    I love this song.
    And its position in the movie, in the darkest moment.
    All a masterpiece.
    ... and the will to show I will always be better than before.
  • damendamen Posts: 104
    I thought it was weird that Eddie and him didn't talk much. Why wasn't Eddie more conversational with this guy? Was this just Ed in one of his quiet moods?
  • manhattan wrote:
    My favorite part was when he said he met Ed on a street corner in Seattle. Wouldn't it be funny to be walking down the street and come upon Ed loitering there, waiting for somebody?

    Just look for the sign that says "No L-O-I-T-E-R-I-N-G Allowed"
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  • knittedknitted Posts: 244
    What caught my eye is that they played in some dive bar together after the recording session.

    yeah, imagine walking in on THAT. freaky.
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  • PJSEMPREPJSEMPRE Posts: 687
    RJ10, thanks for posting this interview!
    Let's say knowledge is a tree, yeah.
    It's growing up just like me.
  • RJ10RJ10 Posts: 4
    damen wrote:
    I thought it was weird that Eddie and him didn't talk much. Why wasn't Eddie more conversational with this guy? Was this just Ed in one of his quiet moods?

    Actually, Ed and Jerry got along real well. Jerry mentions this at the end of our interview. I can see how you might think it sounds weird at first, but in speaking with Jerry, I know for a fact that they get along real well.

    Just wanted to clear that up.

    Thanks for reading...hope you enjoyed it!!

    Rob
    "It's funny when things change so much, it's all state of mind" - In Hiding
  • I Love this song also and Eddie's interpretation.

    Cool to hear from the song writer.
    (and that he'll be touring nyc)
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