‘My learning was in classical music but punk soon followed. I never learnt to play other people’s songs, which was the big thing when I was a kid. Folks were impressed if you could play Beatles songs etc. That’s the root of all folk music; you learn by listening and building up a repertoire. But I just wanted my own thing straight away. I even took a while to play traditional chords on the guitar so I did everything backwards.’

Fifteen Questions in conversation with Gareth Sager

On recording the new LP ’88 Tuned Dreams’ in Abbey Road, John Cage, inspiration, creativity, technology and doing ‘everything backwards’

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