The View from These United States

9 Feb

The weekly babbling brook of consciousness — music, videos, writings, projects, and people — that keep the lads at TUS tapping out tunes of their own.

This week, Justin talks about one of his greatest influences, the Canadian producer/guitarist/songwriter Daniel Lanois.

Daniel Lanois‘ records have always been a source of inspiration for me. The Joshua Tree was one of the first CDs I ever purchased (with saved up allowance) and I’m pretty sure it’s one of the many things that made me pick up a guitar

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in the first place. He’s not only recorded and produced some of U2’s best work, but also Dylan, Peter Gabriel, and Willie Nelson to mention a few, as well as his own wonderful albums and collaborations with Brian Eno. I just read his book Soul Mining. If you’re interested at all in inspiration and where it comes from, the art of recording music, or fascinating stories from a life spent working with great artists and searching for the soul in everything, pick it up.

He also released a film recently called Here Is What Is. Trailer below…


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