I'm a big collector of vinyl - I have a record room in my house - and I've always had a huge soundtrack album collection.
I'm sick to death of people saying we've made 11 albums that sounds exactly the same, Infact, we've made 12 albums that sound exactly the same.
I don't really cringe over any of my albums.
It was actually 3 years between albums. That seems like a long time to me
Christmas albums are not something you do frequently.
You can't just sit around and make protest albums all your life; eventually it comes to the point where you have to do something.
I've done so many hip-hop albums already I got tired of just hip-hop.
Well, since I produce and pay for my own albums, it is the ultimate freedom.
Lately, Ive been listening to some jazz albums. I love the new Pat Metheny album. John Coltrane. I still like good metal, though!
I've appeared on some other people's albums.
Metallica is going to be one of those bands you look back on in the year 2008, that people will still listen to the way I still listen to Zeppelin and Sabbath albums.
Avril Lavigne sold a massive amount of albums and she has to top that with her next release. We have four great albums behind us, and it's not going to be as hard to live up to that.
I hate negative songs; I won't sing them. It doesn't matter if it's sold 2 million more albums.
I wasn't allowed to grow as an artist. My albums were nicer to look at than to listen to.
We always started these albums as making demos, that went right on until Scary Monsters.
There's a plaque on our wall that says we've sold over 65 million albums, and I don't feel I've accomplished anything. I feel like I'm just getting started.
For years, Jazz At The Philharmonic albums were the only ones of their kind.
But I always held my music up and protected it from compromise. So I just do it for my friends. I've written hundreds of songs, and I'm sure I have a few albums worth of songs.
Grammys, American Music Awards, successful albums, I'd pick my kids any day over any of it.
The first nine albums there was never a Synthesiser, never any Orchestra. There was never any other player except us on the albums.
In 1994, I started touring again and I recorded two albums for Chesky Jazz.
Most of the albums that have taken long have been related to illness and fatigue or producer problems.
When you get to the 35-year mark in your career, you make albums for your fans to love you more, so they don't forget about you.
The early ELP albums were pioneering in a way.
You don't make solo albums to have hits.
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