“I always tried to be a little bit of a perfectionist, and so I had to criticize my own work. Every night I would record my own work just to see what I could do. And when I’d leave the club I’d play it back so I could critique my own self. Hear things I did that I liked, what things I didn’t like, what things I played that I shouldn’t play, things that… and that sort of thing. So it became more of a study guide for me. It was a way of reviewing my work.”
DSC – Oral History Project / Breakout : Scott Gordon from Detroit Sound Conservancy on Vimeo.
Recorded for “Two Worlds, One Sound” a Fundraiser for the Detroit Sound Conservancy featuring LipCity and BMG. A year after hosting an eclectic fundraiser around the musical legacy of Zoot’s Coffee House, the Detroit Sound Conservancy returns with two extraordinary people for a night of extraordinary funk and soul. LipCity and BMG never met until […]