He’s asked if he thinks the album is risky, because he’s following behind Sinatra.
“Risky? Like walking across a field laced with land mines? Or working in a poison gas factory? There’s nothing risky about making records.”
This is always good to remember. As Andy Warhol said: “[I]f you say that artists take ‘risks’ it’s insulting to the men who landed on D-Day, to stuntmen, to baby-sitters, to Evel Knievel, to stepdaughters, to coal miners, and to hitch-hikers, because they’re the ones who really know what ‘risks’ are.”
I had another post I was working on, and that wil be coming soon, but this really struck me.