Tuesday, November 11, 2003

AFTER THE WHIGS: There's rather a fine interview with Greg Dulli, former Afghan Whigs man, on the Pulse of the Twin Cities website: "What happened in Elliott Smith’s living room is a modern day parable about what can happen. I didn’t know him well, but I did know him and I did have a deep fond affection for him. More than thinking about what he did, or the music he made before that, all I can think about is the five minutes before the act was completed. And that to me is just the absolute depth of loneliness. And that right there is why when you choose to expose yourself in an artistic way you’re putting yourself in a dangerous place.”

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