Lately as I’m starting Bubbles in the Think Tank as Mike from Classic Rock Mine is leaving the studio, I ask him to turn out the lights as he goes.
No, not all the way. I still like to see what’s right in front of me.
But the lower lights make me feel closer to every part of the show. To the board. To the music. To you, the listener. You being the most important part. I’m just a little more comfortable, everything is a little softer.
Except, of course, for everything that happens while we’re together. Just like in this archive.