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Author Topic: Brianís vocal change Redux  (Read 5034 times)
Lonely Summer
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« Reply #50 on: October 05, 2022, 07:32:16 PM »

Hereís the thing ó Brian did almost no press from the late 60s to the late 90s. Thatís almost 30 years. When he did give interviews, he was usually on uppers of some kind (legal or illegal). Once he was properly diagnosed, he actually began taking less medicine ó but it was definitely of a more sedating, calming variety. That coincided with doing more press and, for Brian, no doubt getting much more bored and annoyed with the whole thing. So he became far more terse ó and interestingly, also began to sing in a far more relaxed manner.
Well, he sure did a lot of press around the  time of his first solo album, and again when the "autobiography" was released. He didn't have any shortage of things to say then.

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« Reply #51 on: October 06, 2022, 05:19:43 PM »

Those events were four years apart. And almost every one was controlled heavily by Landy. They were entirely different than the situation that arrived with Imagination and beyond, when Brian did exponentially more (and shorter) interviews. What's more, the pieces Jason Fine wrote, along with the astonishing Harvey Kubernik one, show that he could still be talkative when the mood struck.
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« Reply #52 on: October 07, 2022, 11:28:07 PM »

Those events were four years apart. And almost every one was controlled heavily by Landy. They were entirely different than the situation that arrived with Imagination and beyond, when Brian did exponentially more (and shorter) interviews. What's more, the pieces Jason Fine wrote, along with the astonishing Harvey Kubernik one, show that he could still be talkative when the mood struck.
Brian did a lot of press around the time of IJWMFTT and OCA, too. And he had a LOT to say.
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