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I also listen to a live album by Bill Evans, the jazz keyboard player, called Live at the Village Vanguard, which I really like.The title of Rounder's Alison Krauss compilation A Hundred Miles or More: A Collection is a bit misleading.While it does contain previously recorded material, it is not to be taken as a greatest-hits package; rather, the 16 tracks are compiled from Krauss' numerous collaborations, soundtrack appearances, and other non-Union Station gigs.One month earlier on June 17th, 1984 it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #89; and on September 16th, 1984 it peaked at #1 and spent almost a half-year on the Top 100 ...And on September 29th, 1984 it also reached #1 on the Canadian RPM 100 Singles chart...Never succumbing to the latest trends or fads, he’s always followed his own creative path, essaying a broad stylistic swath of genres including rock, pop, blues, soul, R&B and country.The man with a “restless heart” is certainly not content to rest on his laurels, that’s for sure.BAM: There's the unmistakable sound of your voice, but also your cadence. BAM: Any musicians you haven't worked with you'd like to work with? The point is the song and the status, and what's revealed in the writing. A couple of weeks ago, we did three weeks on the East Coast, did the Carolinas. "The band's pretty strong live and my voice is everything it ever was and then some. "That was interesting because it's a bunch of strangers playing together," Waite said. So I thought Id buy somewhere so at least I would have my money tied up and it would give me a place to live.The way you deliver your lyrics into the song, it's the cadence of your lyrics. John: Well, the sound of a word is as important as the meaning of the word. John: No, I'm divorced, but I almost got married a couple of years ago. I was engaged to be married and it kind of blew up. I've always been on the road or leaving, and my life was kind of like -- I hate to say it -- rock & roll, it was very rock & roll. It's kind of out of jar, all the curry stuff is from Britain. "You show up at rehearsals, that lasted nearly two weeks, and suddenly you're playing every form of music under the sun. To learn all of those songs and be on stage for two hours -- not just backing up Ringo, but everybody else -- and taking the mic and singing a couple of my hits, it was something I didn't take lightly."John Waite was born in England and lives in Santa Monica, Calif., but with his frequent appearances in southeast Michigan, he should almost be an honorary resident of the Great Lakes State. So I bought a beautiful huge place in Santa Monica and splashed out.John Waite: Well, the one I spent the most time with was Get Yer Ya’s Ya’s Out by The Stones and also Free Live.Then the Free live stuff from the box set: there’s a version of “Mr. Obviously, Rockin’ the Fillmore was seminal and it had an unbelievable influence on me.