Learning an instrument isn't about becoming a star anymore than learning to swim means you want to become a haddock
I now believe when I'm dead and buried my tombstone will read, 'I'm not entirely sure the band's over.'
Ever since the Beatles, the concept of lovable mop tops, it's a bit of a fantasy, but it's a lovely idea that people make wonderful music and live a wonderful life being friends together. Sadly, life isn't quite like that.
I never collected cars as a financial thing; I wanted to go racing, so I chose the cars I wanted to go racing with. Like the Ferrari 250 GTO. I bought it because it absolutely fulfilled everything I wanted from a car.
Watching something being constructed, whether you're passing a building site or whether you're watching an artist at work, is fascinating, and I think that's the enjoyment.
I started racing myself and once you get bitten by that bug you really are hooked.
When you're in the car, how well you do is down to you and you alone-no band, no management, no marketing.
Buying a Ferrari is like buying Château Pétrus if you like fine wines. It's the safe choice.
I have about 40 cars, of which 25 to 30 are what you might call serious.
I went to watch my father at Silverstone in the early 1950s, and I've still got the car he was in.
Of course, with the people you really know, no one changes that much.
The problem now with changes in the music industry is that there's almost no point in making records anymore. The only thing really is to tour, and then you're revisiting history. Maybe it's better to leave it, if you see what I mean.
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