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Ike & Tina Turner’s What You Hear is What You Get is a great live album. The whole thing is the interaction and once you take that away into the studio and rebuild it you take the music out of it.
RCM: You’ve done ten solo albums, what made this the right time to release a live record?
Back then, if somebody was gonna play keyboards it was a Hammond organ. About eight months ago we got Keri Kelly on guitar.
He just showed up, I don’t know quite how he came into the picture.
But as the sole guitarist in a three-piece, Keri has to carry everything. I saw the change in his playing over time, it just became progressively more confident, defined and spontaneous, all the things that I love so much about great guitar players. It doesn’t matter how we do it; we might just give it to the radio or put it on as bonus tracks for albums to come.
But it turned out to be so great that I felt I’d like the world to have it.
Rock Cellar Magazine spoke with Waite for a wide-ranging conversation touching on everything: his new solo album, his thoughts on a Babys reunion, jamming with his musical heroes Pete Townshend of The Who and Steve Marriott of Small Faces and Humble Pie to the real inspiration behind his number one solo smash, what’s the ultimate live album for you?I haven’t really sat down and listened to it with a critic’s eye; I was just checking out the singer.I’m sending the band my best wishes and I want them to do well.There’s a live Humble Pie record on i Tunes, I think it’s called Live at Winterland, and that is unbelievably good.
I also listen to a live album by Bill Evans, the jazz keyboard player, called Live at the Village Vanguard, which I really like.
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