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“It’s nice to think that when you’re making your music and you bring it out, someone’s going to pick it up. And who knows when or where? I listen to stuff that’s fifty years old or older than that and bring it into myself. And so you are in a way having communion and fellowship with folks you have yet to meet, who will someday hopefully bring your record home and put it on, and bring it together with the sounds that they hear in their own head. It’s nice to be part of the dismemberment of linear time.”

– Tom Waits, “Gone North: Tom Waits, Upcountry”

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