Work ethics

By MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG  |  September 15, 2006

But he allows that he has no idea what else he’d do with his life, and that there is happiness in cranking the amps, playing a filthy guitar solo with the five-piece Magnolia touring line-up, and losing himself in the live show. And in the fragile notion that unceasing work will draw him ever closer to capturing his mind’s musical imaginations on tape. “I know that this is what I do, what I was meant to do. I’m just trying to get as good at it as I can.”

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