Continental drift

By DANIEL BROCKMAN  |  March 16, 2010

So in the end he sees his output in almost utilitarian terms — it's "music to caress people to, to make love, to enter the environment of physical caress. I think, for this, our music helps." Ooh la-la! He laughs a little at himself, and it sounds like the chuckle of one who, in his own music's friendly skies, has joined the Mile High Club many, many times over.

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