”He’s…always innovative in his approach as far as exploring new sounds, taking music to another level, [but] he has a sense of reality, you know? I think some people that get into this music thing live in this dreamworld and try to feed it to people that don’t really feel it. [Not Stevie.] I’ve met him, worked with him, kidded around with him. It’s amazing how human he is.”
Posted February 7 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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