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2020.03.26 - Appetite For Distortion Podcast - Quarantined with Doug Goldstein

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Post by Blackstar Tue Sep 08, 2020 3:11 pm





Transcribed excerpt by UG:
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When asked by a listener: "How was it to deal with Bucket? Was his behavior so bad as people said?", Doug replied (transcribed by UG):

"It wasn't bad. His behavior wasn't bad, it was head-scratching, that's the best way to put it. To hear that he can't play his leads until we build him, literally, a chicken coop in the studio for him to play in, I mean... it's just something you're not really used to dealing with.

"But to be honest with you, I was so used to dealing with anomalies at that point, you know?

"When you're hired as a manager and you get a phone call that somebody had pushed a grand piano through the window, and it's over-hanging houses below it, that's not a normal manager's job, to then call a heavy-equipment company and get something called up so they can actually put it back inside.

"So, dealing with Bucket was kind of easy, that was, 'Alright, he wants a chicken coop, that's fine.' But he was a really nice guy. He's very shy; very, very, very shy."
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