That's what I love about music. It's immediate. There's a connection whether you are playing at Hyde Park or Chicago, and it's been happening since the beginning of time and the troubadours.
I think that... the age of just slapping songs into movies, that's done.
Some of the best rock riffs ever written were by Jimmy Page, and I can't really name the songs, but some of the stuff he did on his first and second records is beyond brilliant.
'Back In The Saddle' - I never realised what a good riff that was, or at least how much it satisfied me. And when we play it live, it comes across much better than I ever expected it to.
I think people have to be more aware of what the repercussions are of their actions.
I've come to realize that you live on through recordings; they're like a musical diary, a window into somebody's soul.