I was writing a book on the music biz from artist's perspective. It began as 180 pages and ended up being two pages - and now that it is completely edited - with the fluff removed - it’s just one page with four chapters a forward and an epilogue.
Starring Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, Blues Legend; SAM LAY, and Indian Tabla / World Percussion Virtuoso; Kalyan Pathak.
I experienced a cathartic moment in the history of music performance I need to share. First, for some background, here's a quote that appeared in Rolling Stone Magazine when they interviewed me in 1971. I was talking about Sam Lay.
"He's the best blues drummer in the world. The best drummer of any sort I've ever heard. He has taste, he has ideas of his own. Most of my concepts of the blues are things he showed me.”- Corky Siegel 1971 Interview - Rolling Stone Magazine
Kindness requires thoughtfulness. Thoughtfulness leads to wisdom. And there is no greater strength than wisdom in creating best strategy, based in knowledge and experience, which can easily defeat the most crazed enemies in our world - outer or inner.