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June 27, 2004

Sunday Morning & Afternoon

dave_spread_iconI'm off to the Jay-Z rehearsal today. Thank you to Rick Rubin who made my involvement possible.

Q: Dave, do you see any Camp Freddy CDs or anything coming out? I was also wondering if you are friends with Steve Stevens, since I saw he played with Camp Freddy.

A: There is a more up to date story on the band here:
Indie 103.1

We are actually recording a record now with Mike Clink, producer of all the early G'n'R records. Yes, we are all friends with Steve. He has played with us several times, once with Billy Idol as well. Great guitarist, great hair.

Q: What's the best advice you can give anyone making a new demo after 12 years?

A: I'd say just do it and try not to judge yourself and miss the moment. Second guessing during the process can really be a nightmare. As Isaacs has said to me, "There is creative mode and there is edit mode and never shall the twain meet." (he actually never said 'twain', I just threw that in there)

Q: So, did you study with a teacher? On an academy? By yourselves?

A: I did have a teacher when I was young for a while, but as someone else posted, just listening to music can be the most valuable teacher possible. I owe most of my training to Zeppelin, Hendrix, Floyd and all of the musicians I have had the opportunity to jam with. Just playing with people in it self, is a great inspiration.

Q: I was wondering what kind of FAITH you meant by saying that? I mean, is it faith in God or in yourself -- or maybe a bit of both? Are you (have you ever been) ? Spiritual/religious at all?

A: I'm not sure really. Faith in God, one's self or just life working out if you are open to it. For me it is just believing in 'something', even though I don't always know what that is, that helps put my life in perspective. I don't want to rant about it, but there is a lot to get into here. Such a huge subject.

Q: Speaking of autobiographies, will you ever venture into this field, or will 'don't try this at home' answer all the questions?

A: Well, DTTAH kind of is, but it only covers a year. It was really an experiment. I don't know if I'll ever do a full blown autobiography. Just covering the year was pretty gnarly.

Q: Quick question: what's the status of Stephen's side project with Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters?

A: I didn't know about this but I will ask him. Taylor is just amazing and I would love to check him and Perk out together. I know Taylor does a really cool cover band called Chevy Metal. Chaney and I jammed with them last Saturday at Chaney's birthday party. We did Thin Lizzy's Jailbreak. That Taylor hits f!@#ing hard.

Q: How often does Chris shroom? When was the last time you shroomed?

A: I don't think often, it was his birthday so I think he let his hair down a bit. Last time I did? High School. I never did so well with the hallucinogens. (Sure, like I did well with anything else!)

Q: You guys still talk to Eric Avery?

A: I spoke to him about a year ago. Such a great, smart and funny guy. Is he still with Alanis? Anyone know what he's doing these days? I haven't jammed with him in many years to answer an earlier question.

Q: Steve, what are you gonna do with all the recordings of Jane's? I know there's a lot of people out there who'd pledge their first-born for some of the tapes I'm sure you've got.

A: Great question. I know he has just about everything. Maybe one day he can put out a Perkins' catalogue and make something available.

Q: Is Camp Freddy coming back to NYC anytime soon, or any solo one off gigs?

A: I know there is an NYC gig in a month or two, I just don't remember. I'm sure the Camp Freddy site will eventually have the info. It's at: campfreddy.net

Q: Is there gonna be a follow-up to Trust No One?

A: I hope so, I sure had a great time doing that, but for the time being, I'm digging the collective creative vibe.

Q: Have you caught up with technology these days?

A: Yes, in fact we love the use of computer technology in the studio, provided it is in combination with actual performance and musicians.

Q: Funny thing is....a lot of people don't seem to understand that and tell me I need to just "get over it". Does that ever really happen? (about the loss of a loved one)

A: Well, I can assure you it gets better, even easier, but I don't know if it is something you just get over. I think of it as something you learn to live with and draw from.

Q: Why cant you just stick with your own music, a lot of your fans do not like the fact that you play with all the "popular" artists like Jay-Z or Christina. I on the other hand don't really care, and I know that you think it broadens your horizons but many people feel that you have lost some of the great guitar playing spirit you used to have in the days of Early Jane's and Deconstruction.

A: Good question and I appreciate the tone. I think there are several reasons. Primarily, it is just a lot of fun. I remember when I was young and Eddie Van Halen showed up on Beat It. I thought, "That's so weird! How? Why did that happen?" I just liked the paradox and the contradiction. I also thought it was cool that there was no apparent judgment by either artist. Music for the sake of playing music. I also do think, as you said, that playing with people from another genre does broaden our abilities. As for the spirit, I guess I just believe in the spirit of music and human relation. When I played with Michael Jackson, it was for a benefit for the Democratic Party. Bill Clinton was even front and center. (could have been a sexual deviant party!) Anyway, it was a cool experience. That's all. No money, no royalties. Just a fun oddity in my life. Trust me, the spirit is alive.

Q: Another question I have is that do you or any of the other guys actually go on any message boards and read any of the comments said about you or do you just not care?

A: No. I just keep it real here. Don't get me wrong though, I do care, I just don't see the need in defending every little comment.

Q: Is it true that not only did you post about the demise of Jane's on your new band's site but that this is how Perry found out?

A: Actually that is not true. I would never do that. I was just answering questions posted here, in all honesty. I don't know where Tyler gets his info, but he is pretty accurate.

Q: It seems like you've single handedly ruined a legendary band. Overall, the Jane's fans don't seem to see your side. What do you have to say about that?

A: I am sorry that some feel that way. I don't think any one person has the power to ruin something so bigger than life and great. The truth is I don't have a side. I wish everybody the best, but airing specific personal information online is inappropriate and unnecessary. We are just trying to stay positive and focused on the present and the future.

Q: Anyway, do you think you would ever consider doing anything with RHCP these days? You and john, and all of RHCP, for that matter, are amazing musicians and I cant even imagine what great music could come out of some sessions with you guys.

A: Of course, I love those guys.

Thank you all...


June 27, 2004 11:12 AM


I know you like guitar layers on your albums. Have you catch up with technolgy these days? I'm talkin' about these millions of Plug-ins for guitar, like Fx and Amp mod, straight into the sequencer. Have you manage to experiment with them? or you just wanna stick to the gud old rig?
Man its a such a privilege for you to play with all these artists.

Posted by: TheFreAk7Jr at June 27, 2004 11:23 AM

Oooh, I've got a question if people are asking them...
-What actually happened to Porno for Pyros? I recently got the Good God's Urge CD and I can honestly say it's one of my favourite albums ever. Did they/you actually split up? I couldn't find anything about it. Don't suppose there's a chance of another album is there?

PS. Don't suppose you'd give my website a goosey would ya? It's www.johntroutproductions.co.uk It's just a spoofy website me and some pals have made.

Posted by: Wilson at June 27, 2004 11:37 AM


Thank you so much for answering my question about FAITH. It is indeed a huge subject. I hope we can get back to it should the opportunity present itself again...


Posted by: Luiz at June 27, 2004 11:39 AM

Dave - thanks so much again for giving so much of yourself and your time. I'm looking foward to seeing you with Jay-Z...that should be fun.

Over the years, you have been pretty open about the loss of your Mom. I would like to ask (and will understand if you don't want to answer)do you ever get completely "over it"? I lost my Mom 9 months ago and, even though I'm not exactly a kid and had a little time to "prepare", it was still so horrendous and devastating. Most of the time I think I'm doing pretty good with it and then some days, one little trigger will bring it all flooding back and break my heart all over again.

Funny thing is....a lot of people don't seem to understand that and tell me I need to just "get over it". Does that ever really happen?

Anyway...you may not know it but, by sharing so much of yourself over the years, with your words and your music, you really do help people. Your post this morning has already brightened up my day, so thanks again.

Posted by: Cori at June 27, 2004 11:45 AM

How can we show our love to you?

Posted by: tina at June 27, 2004 12:06 PM


I know your not going to like this comment but why cant you just stick with your own music, a lot of your fans do not like the fact that you play with all the "popular" artists like Jay-Z or Cristina. I on the other hand don't really care, and I know that you think it broadens your horizons but many people feel that you have lost some of the great guitar playing spirit you used to have in the days of Early Jane's and Deconstruction. And I know you will say you are a different person now but thats just the way some people view it.

Another question I have is that do you or any of the other guys actualy go on any message boards and read any of the comments said about you or do you just not care? I have noticed a lot of fan interaction from many of the former members of Jane's and related bands on message boards latey and was wondering why now do you put this site up etc etc. I mean if you wanted fan input or just wanted to talk to your adoring public why didn't you do it when you were recording Strays, I'm sure you could have gotten some good feedback to maybe improve the experience or maybe even the album.

If you feel like commenting on this comment feel free, I'd like to hear your views on these subjects.


Posted by: Pedro at June 27, 2004 12:06 PM

Thanks Dave... yeah um thank you



Posted by: Angel at June 27, 2004 12:30 PM

great show last night-wanted to say u guys made me laugh,guess my question goes hand in hand with cori's...
is anyone supposed to really get over the loss of a loved one? I know even after 4 yrs it still hits me from time to time about losing my dad,mostly for the fact that he wasnt able to see his grandkids grow up,or in the case of my son and nephew,even born(my daughter was 6 when he died)-huggs Cori,sorry for your loss

Posted by: Stephanie at June 27, 2004 12:35 PM

dude, do you have a soul?
is it true that not only did you post about the demise of janes on your new bands site but that this is how perry found out?
i thought you were a shit before for not posting to janes fans first about the the split (just one message, possibly on the official website, which incidently you had responserbility of, and then go off and start advertisning "the dave navarro experience")but this...

Posted by: molly at June 27, 2004 12:42 PM

Isn't Jay-Z retiring????

Im gonna take you're momma out tonight!

Posted by: Will at June 27, 2004 01:08 PM

Actually it was Eric Avery playing with Taylor Hawkins not Stephen, but there hasn't been mention of that for a long time. I think it was around the time that Taylor had an incident with drugs and then Eric joined up with Alanis so it got pushed to the backburner. Eric does still play with Alanis. Jay Z is retiring the name, but he's gonna use Sean Carter, his real name. Thanks for answering the questions Dave. Another question:

Who do you guys like as far as current bands?

Tell Perkins he should set up a website to offer those bootlegs something like Primus does.

Posted by: esqfool at June 27, 2004 01:29 PM


It seems like you've single handedly ruined a legendary band. Overall, the Jane's fans don't seem to see your side. What do you have to say about that?

Posted by: dave at June 27, 2004 02:13 PM

Wrong "dave" above. Dave has not single handedily ruined Jane's Addiction. Just because a couple dumbshits who run some Jane's Addiction fansites are bad mouthing Dave and Steven, does not mean they ruined JA. You see a select handful of "old school" fans who suck up to the site admin's on xiola.org and anr.com. The opinions of Sonny and Hoka are meaningless, in that they are just 2 fans of many thousands of fans. They by no means speak for all Jane's Addiction fans.

That's the problem with "old school" fans living in the past about what the band "used" to represent. They forgot that Jane's Addiction was always looking to the future for their sound. And they are no longer 20 year old living in drug houses. Their vibe is going to be different today. But a select few morons who call themselves fans want to insist they re-capture the same vibe they had over 15 years ago, and it's just not going to happen. Life moves on....too bad some of these fans can't move on.

Dave, I think it's amazing you've taken the higher ground and not stooped to some of the ridiculous anti-Dave posts that have posted about you. Just ignore them completely and understand they are wothless garbage if that's how they think and treat people they don't even personally know.

Good luck with the new CD....please give us a teaser real soon!!!

Posted by: the future at June 27, 2004 02:39 PM

hey dave..fron norway here

what's up with perry picking up 16 year old girl during the flashmob show,in the record store october 21st?

man that was creepy.

i actually caught the conversation on tape....

Posted by: no-rway at June 27, 2004 02:55 PM

Hey Dave, sorry to see you get so much shit over JA breaking up. Just try to keep in mind that it's only out of love for the band and disappointment that they won't get enjoy live shows anymore. Or maybe their just assholes! :p

I also can't stand the "why MTV?" crap. I loved getting to witness your wedding planning and everything else right up to big event. It was a joy getting to know you and Carmen. And I love how you wear your heart on your sleeve. You are seriously adorable! I could go on and on about my favorite moments from the show, but suffice to say that I love you almost as much as Luiz does!

Luiz, you are too sweet! I hope Dave keeps coming back here just for you, if for no other reason. You deserve it! I'd give you a big hug if I could.


Posted by: Dana at June 27, 2004 03:04 PM

Hey, just want to say how much musical pleasure you have brought into my life with JA etc... i was listening to Ritual tonight and i just sat there and thought 'o my god'

Any way, im so glad for you and Carmen and just keep doing what you do, dont give a flying 'doo-dah' about what other people say... the world will keep moving forward and will never stop until the Big Man decides its time. The amazing thing is that you just keep going with the flow (please excuse the cheesy phrase) and for god's sake keep rocking! \m/(*_*)\m/

Posted by: Carrie at June 27, 2004 03:18 PM


Damn, I have no idea what is your problem. From what I understand, the "Offical" Jane's Site is run buy Capitol, and like most "Offical" record company sites, it's about as up-to-date as whenever the last release was out, it's not run by the band, so you can't really trust it. Your information sucks. Mine is better. The word is that Perry heard from the guys via their manager weeks ago. To me it looks like Dave and the guys set up this site, and had the decency to directly answer all the JA questions that were coming in. How in the world do you see that as "not telling the fans first" or "disrespecting Perry" or whatever your issue is with this? I think that the guys doing this site and taking the time to directly talk to us is about the coolest frigging thing ever. They could easily have told the news to some PR stooge and had them work their vague BS on it until it was another corporate-speak news clipping instead of an honest communication from the guys. The time they are taking to do this, and even THINK of taking comments and answering our questions means one thing: RESPECT FOR THE FANS!!!

Posted by: Tyler Durden at June 27, 2004 03:23 PM

do you like the new Cure one? Robert ( Smith ) gave me a copy of the cd some days ago at their free show in Milan ( Italy ) and I think it's one of their best cd, pure obscure and rock album.
Thanks for all the info and updates, you're simply the best.
You're doing such a lot for us.....what can we do for a special one like you?



Posted by: Lisa at June 27, 2004 03:34 PM

No groupthink on this site. Looks like you will get all the opinion you need here Dave.

Posted by: Oneidafish at June 27, 2004 04:15 PM

the future,

you're an idiot. you are one of the many fans that refuse to believe the truth.

Posted by: Yup at June 27, 2004 05:54 PM

Hey, call me a newb, but i just discovered this site, and i think it's amazing that you take the time to communicate with this small community of people here. Anyway, do you think you would ever consider doing anything with rhcp these days? you and john, and all of rhcp, for that matter, are amazing musicians and i cant even imagine what great music could come out of some sessions with you guys. I dont know your situation with them or anything, but i know im drooling just thinking about the music you all could make...


Posted by: paperdove at June 27, 2004 06:08 PM

Dave--thanks for keeping us posted on things.

Question-who are Chaney's favorite bass players and what groups do you both like and have common ground on?


Posted by: Kevin at June 27, 2004 06:33 PM

I LOVE! the fact that you are so up to date on answering questions. I admire the fact that you play with other musicians not of your genre. I loved the Christina Aguilera song, the Michelle Branch song, the Alanis song etc. I thought your work was great there and that' what makes you so amazing is your willingness to play around...it shows a real love for music and that's what's important.

another thing...as sad as i am about the jane's breakup...i totally respect your decision and i hate the fact that people automatically blame you or perk...when it could've easily been Perry who said "screw you guys...i'm leaving"...people don't know what goes on behind the scenes, and it isn't fair to make judgments like that. sometimes things work, and sometimes, they don't...and people have to understand that.

I wish you nothing, and i mean, nothing but the best in all you do, and i look forward to any new material from you and your new band, and i think you're definitely keeping the spirit of music alive.

OH!! and as a side note...when i was listening to nothing's shocking today...i realized that you were prob only 19-21 when recording that (my age right now) and the guitar work on that album (and subsequent pieces of your work) is astonishing, especially for someone so young...bravo on a timeless, accomplished piece of work and on all that you've accomplished at such a young age...when you think about all you've done before the age of 40...it's amazing.

Posted by: blondimofo at June 27, 2004 07:11 PM

Hey, why don't you get Rick Rubin to hook you up with Trent Reznor. Get ol' TR out of the studio for one night to jam with Camp Freddy. I'm sure he'd do a Bowie cover or something. I think he's in LA too. How do you guys decide who to jam with? Is it totally spontaneous at a show, or do you invite people out?

Posted by: gamecock at June 27, 2004 07:11 PM


Re: The last time you were on Howard Stern with Carmen, How F--king Cool is your ASSistant to take one for the team??

Posted by: Howard at June 27, 2004 07:14 PM

Dave, Im very excited about your new project. Im playing with Sean Yseult of White Zombie and I was telling her about your new project and she said she had played with you in the studio before on a tribute record of some kind, Im not sure what it was. But anyways....i just wanted to give a shout out from Sean and I and wish you good luck on your new project. Take care.
Johnny Brashear
rock city morgue

Posted by: johnny b at June 27, 2004 07:15 PM

I am glad to hear you are working with Jay-Z(a genius) and Rick Rubin(a legend). Fantastic. I am happy to see you branching into hip hop-I have always been a huge fan of it, the spoken word is such a kick ass art. Can't wait to hear the results...

Posted by: Nora at June 27, 2004 07:33 PM

Dave, have fun at the BET Awards. I have a buddy who's a photographer and will be there. I can't wait to see the performance :D

Posted by: Alisha at June 27, 2004 07:45 PM


Dave: I kinda love you. You're hot, you're smarter than many ppl think, and I like your music.

I'd have sex with you. For real.

:P lmao


da MoFo

Posted by: Larry B. at June 27, 2004 08:59 PM

Hi Dave,

Thanks for keeping us updating with this site. I, too, am thrilled to hear you still keep up with RHCP. "One Hot Minute" and RHCP circa the Dave Navarro era really helped me get through junior high and high school. I have a tremendous amount of respect for you and I'm so glad things seem to be working out. I just moved to LA & I love it out here. Indie 103 is incredible. I actually met Chris Chaney at the Chevy Metal show about a month ago. What a cool guy. I strongly recommend checking out Chevy Metal if you can. I can't wait to see Camp Freddy sometime soon.

Also, I loved "Til Death Do Us Part"! Are you & Carmen going to consider future MTV reality projects? I loved how open & honest you & Carmen are. You really showed true representations of yourselves and it was the most fresh project I've seen on MTV since really, Alt. Nation. I hate Newlyweds! hehe

Anyhow, keep on rockin. Thanks for bringing beauty & joy into my life. You have no idea how inspiring it has been.

Thanks for everything. You're the best!


Posted by: Ellen at June 27, 2004 09:31 PM

Oh lord, where in the world have I been that I haven't known about this site??
How great is this?

I am very grateful for 6767.com

That is all. No questions from me. I think Dave should ask US some questions. :0)

Posted by: mortisha8 at June 27, 2004 10:01 PM

I loved 'Til Death Do Us Part too - you and Carmen are so sweet to each other, it's nice to see.:-) I'll be 19 in 7 minutes by my computer - celebrated with Dance Dance Revolution. Anyone esle play that? It's strangely addicting. Alanis is marrying the guy who played Van Wilder - I hope there are pictures of that wedding, I love Alanis.:)

Posted by: Caitlin at June 27, 2004 10:06 PM

your my favorite guitarist, and les claypools my favorite bassist. do you think you too could do a project together?? you could call it "two kick ass musicians"

Posted by: ken at June 27, 2004 10:19 PM


I made a comment/question on my hope
for janes addiction. I didnt know
if there was anyway for you to answer it,
but i posed it anyway.
also, i made a comparison between janes
and The Police. Both groups the best ever.

The few times ive met/spoke to someone
influential i ask them if they know
sting, andy summers, or stewart copeland
and i ask them to encourage the three of
them to do something together.

So as strange as it may sound, and since im mourning janes , If you happen to be
around any of the police especially sting
enourage them to do something for their fans, please, if thats cool with you.

also, I dont know if this is appropriate but i created a t-shirt that seems to be
very well liked, Can I send you one?
good luck with everything

Posted by: adam at June 27, 2004 11:07 PM


I know you just posted on this topic about Avery, but do you see you and him ever getting Decon together for a one off show or anything. That is such an amazing record. It's a shame that no one even seems to know about it.

I'm still pissed at you by the way,

your past

Posted by: decon is tha shit at June 27, 2004 11:14 PM

Just wanted to let you know if you didnt allready that Eric Avery played with JOhn Frusciante and Flea at one of JOhn's performance shows in March.

Posted by: amy at June 27, 2004 11:51 PM

Very well said "the future".

In my opinion no-one except the people directly involved (= the band-members ONLY)know the real truth about all what happened. And i as a simple fan do not need to know any little detail about it and i am embarrassed by the dirty laundry that is brought up by some people there..

I wish people would calm down and go on.
Jane's is done but it does not help to flood some boards with those hate messages...It's so cheap but apparently it makes them feel better.

I love your work Dave - i want to point out Deconstruction again as one of my all-time fave albums ever as well as One Hot Minute, imo the best album of the RHCP - it helped me through a very dark period in my life...

I wonder what your take on DECON is ?
When do you think we can hear something new?

Thanks again for keeping this site running and having the time to answer all the questions here...

all the best and greetz to the others!

Posted by: Warped at June 28, 2004 01:21 AM

Q: Is it true that not only did you post about the demise of Jane's on your new band's site but that this is how Perry found out?

A: Actually that is not true. I would never do that. I was just answering questions posted here, in all honesty. I don't know where Tyler gets his info, but he is pretty accurate.

Hi Dave,

I am grieving right now so, please, try not to take any of this too personally but I really feel like you are being insincere and manipulative.

Perhaps that is not the best way to involve you in a conversation so, I will also say this: As a fellow musician, I have always respected you, in the musical sense. You rock, no doubt. I like the fact that you jam with various other musicians, even if they are hip-hop, pop, or whatever label is placed upon them, artists. Nevertheless, I am extremely saddened that Jane's is once again, no more. I never had the chance to see you perform live back in the "good ol' days� but I did see you last summer at Lollapalooza and it was amazing. My interest in most popular forms of music had really waned but seeing Jane's was the spark that renewed that flame.

I am not blaming anyone in particular but jeez, couldn't you have kept up the lines of communication at little better? Sometimes, you have to be the one to go out of your way and make that call! The "Golden Rule", as it is known, regardless of one's religious or spiritual beliefs, is a universal maxim: Do unto others as you would have done to yourself. Of course, only martyrs and madmen are blessed enough to practice this on a daily basis and in every situation. However, I ask of you, just take some time and really think about it.

Although Jane's is over and I will truly miss you, I am happy that you all are not being forced to make music together which is not born out of the utter joy of it. I guess my main problem is with the whole way this was handled. You denied the rumors, although they had been around for months, of any sort of a real breakup. I'll concede that not you or anybody knew it was definite as far back as December, but that is when they started. Why in the world, would you wait until the very day that they publicly announced that Lolla was canceled to post your “State of Union�? Despite your protests now that it was completely unintentional, to most of us, it seems just plain old cold and calculated. Furthermore, your claim that none of the actual causes of the break up are worth mentioning, coupled with your statement that “airing specific personal information online is inappropriate and unnecessary�, not only brings to mind vague BS and corporate-speak but downright hypocrisy. I guess if it’s on MTV and they can airbrush and edit the crap out of it, then personal “shit�, is appropriate and necessary? Who’s to say that it’s not entertaining but is it in the best of tastes?

In addition, even if it is true that Perry heard about the breakup from “the guys� via your manager weeks ago, how cool of you is that? A bit like hearing from your stockbroker that you’re getting a divorce, no? It is truly amazing that you’ve taken the higher ground!

Well, as I mentioned, I am grieving. I do not wish you any ill will and I hope to hear wonderful music from you in the future. Good luck.

Some Random Fan

Posted by: suzzane at June 28, 2004 01:54 AM

Thanx u so much dave for the answer.
I mean you probably dont imagine what is like to interact with a guitarist like you, someone you admire. Or maybe you know that, is there someone you still admire? where this kind of interaction would still thrill you?
I see a really good fan base here. And I personally think that if you like Jane's Music & art, (no matters wot it said at the minute), the fan will follow each members of Jane's and will carry on supportin' u guys. Dave, Stephen, Chris and of course Perry, we wanna carry on listenin to and playin your latest creation!

FreAk* (and if you click on my name, u'll eventually see my website...)

"Learn to trust somebody...."

Posted by: TheFreAk7Jr at June 28, 2004 02:17 AM

I think Dave meant not airing OTHER people's personal information online. As anyone who reads the old site would know, he has no problem airing his OWN information online.
And he's quite right. It's none of our business.

Posted by: slutmonkey57b at June 28, 2004 04:02 AM

Dave have you ever had the chance to play with David Gilmour??

If not, but you had the chance would you wanna make something up or play some Floyd with him?


Posted by: Jesse at June 28, 2004 04:36 AM

Hey Dave

Just about to attend my regular yoga class and thought of u! How long have you be practising yoga and how many times a week do you practise? You appear to be pretty flexible.... (my imagination could run wild with this thought, but I will behave, promise!)

(Remember your UK fans too!)

Posted by: latex queen at June 28, 2004 07:04 AM

Whats up, Dave?

I was wondering, have you ever played or recorded with Red Hot Chili Peppers' John Frusciante?

Christian (Y'know, you gotta tour Denmark too, hehe)

Posted by: Christian at June 28, 2004 07:45 AM

*grins* I would love to see what kind of music would happen if you and John got together, I can't imagine what it'd sound like but I bet it'd be pretty interesting! (:

This is more a question from one of my copines, but I'm intrigued to know myself... who's a better kisser, Carmen or Anthony? (;

cheers! with love, Soph. oh, and how is Mr. Rubin these days?

Posted by: Sophia at June 28, 2004 08:37 AM