Neil Gaiman interviews Lou Reed


It doesn’t get any better than a bona fide fan interviewing someone who’s kind, generous, engaged, and appreciative. And I hope that if the Meatloaf story is true that hack never worked again.

You do it and you just know it’s not right and you can’t get it right so you leave it. I think you can only do your best with it and sometimes your best isn’t good enough. At which point you have to give it a rest. Because then you start doing really strange things to it. And when it starts going that far astray it’s time to go away from it.

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I would be so much more impressed if the interview was from earlier today.

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