MICK KARN On Having A Strong Style

Leigh, Bill
February 2006
Bass Player;Feb2006, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p23
The article presents an interview with electric bassist Mick Karn. His latest is the four song EP "Love's Glove." He revealed how his writing evolved and how he dealt with some of the artists he works with who talk about chord progressions and so forth.


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