We meant to do this interview back in July when we recorded and shot the footage for "Rebirth", but the shoot ended up going so long that we were way too tired to talk some more! It was an exhausting but exhilarating project--the type of project that has you working for hours on end, but you know you're making some fulfilling and awesome.
Both Dr. Bob and I are the type to get carried away with a project, wanting to finish and perfect it even after many long hours. That, combined with the fact that we both work with video, made it extremely easy to work with each other.
If you look closely, you may notice that there are still some minor sync issues with "Rebirth". The reason we're okay with this is because this shoot/recording was meant to simply show one of the ways "Rebirth" can be performed. It's more of a diving board for other interested musicians who want to perform it as well, and it can be interpreted and performed pretty much any way you like. That's the beauty of this piece--there's no one way to go about it. There isn't even a strict beat to follow. You just play it the way it makes sense to you, the performer.
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My first interview with Dr. Bob: