Music Quotes

  • I love Rihanna's new album, Skrillex, and Norah Jones. They're are all very different, but I love any rock, pop, and jazz.
  • I think 'The Lord Of The Rings' is the mother of all cult books, because you can be in that cult and not even know you're in it.
  • The world is moving so fast these days that the one who says it can't be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it.
  • Just do what makes you happy and try. Just go out and audition.
  • Many use Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes for daily transactions like going to theatres, malls, and trading purpose. People like these are unnecessarily put to inconvenience.
  • That surely must be a concern to anyone who decides this drug must be given to stop transmissions, again from mother to child, which is extremely costly and must be taken into account.
  • I'd begun reading Crumb shortly before that, and other underground stuff, so that was an influence to some degree. Of course the Marvel and DC comics, they had been my main interests in my teenage years.
  • Just as the best way to judge an adult is by his or her record collection, the best way to judge a pub is by the albums on its jukebox.
  • I cannot emphasize enough the importance of family encouragement - not just for me, but for everyone.
  • Were I called on to define, very briefly, the term Art, I should call it 'the reproduction of what the Senses perceive in Nature through the veil of the soul.' The mere imitation, however accurate, of what is in Nature, entitles no man to the sacred name of 'Artist.'
  • I came to town thinking that everybody had the same idea of what country music was that I did.
  • To assume all the powers is not good for anybody. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. All those experiments have a bad ending.
  • That's the beautiful thing about being an artist, is you can take risks and take chances and hopefully be secure enough to just keep going with it if you fall flat on your face.
  • Just like all great stories, our fears focus our attention on a question that is as important in life as it is in literature: What will happen next?
  • People think that everyone wears black in France; in fact they all wear grey.
  • To get an Oscar would be an incredible moment in my career, there is no doubt about that. But the 'Lord of the Rings' films are not made for Oscars, they are made for the audience.
  • It's not polite to refuse to dress for a parly. It's an insult to your hostess. After all, correct dress is a part of good manners.
  • The greatest leading man, in my opinion, will always be Cary Grant.
  • It has long been said the only things in life that are certain are death and taxes. Automatic enrollment for insurance of 401k loans would add an additional certainty. Fewer Americans would suffer the unnecessary loss of retirement savings due to unanticipated and untimely misfortune in an already stressful time of need.
  • The results of ethnic psychology constitute, at the same time, our chief source of information regarding the general psychology of the complex mental processes.
  • I think people had somehow gotten the sense that we have explored everything, when that isn't the case. We so know so little about the ocean, and so much of it is being destroyed.
  • On the practice green, I hit a lot of four-footers with my right hand only. But whatever grip I'm using, you can bet I'm feeling good about it. Otherwise, I'd change. That's how I avoid slumps.
  • Even though I am fantastic looking, I am still quite intelligent.
  • As the population of Georgia increased dramatically, so did development.
  • The realm of immediate or personal knowledge is a narrow circle in which these bodies move; the realm of knowledge derived through faith is as wide as the universe, and old as eternity.
  • I used to shy away from publicity so as not to let it get in the way of the work. But it's part of the job. The tabloids are a whole other arena. If fame happens, it happens. I just want to maintain focus.
  • I practiced for at least two hours every day for twenty years, before then I practiced maybe four to five hours a day, and before then 14 hours a day. It was all I had ever done.
  • The Internet is a toilet. It is.
  • I think what the Nobel committee is doing is going beyond war and looking at what humanity can do to prevent war. Sustainable management of our natural resources will promote peace.
  • Just keep challenging yourself. I think that's a great thing.
  • Genre categories are irrelevant. I dislike them, but I do not have the casting vote.
  • Honestly, as hard a profession as acting is, I think music is even harder. Acting, you're like a leech, because someone else does the hard part for you. They write it for you, then the director tells you what to do. You really just need to know how to pay attention, follow instructions.
  • I was the typical little sister who wanted to be just like her older brother. When I was growing up, my brother wrote phenomenal stories, so I wanted to write them, too.
  • I enjoy learning technical details.
  • When the music business failed to embrace the Internet, I thought it was game, set and match for the industry, and I quit.
  • I can be extremely vulnerable. People are tough on me because they think I can handle it.
  • I really do believe that art changes the landscape of the world.
  • I'm such a huge advocate for strong, intelligent representation of women in the media.
  • Relative to most people I know, I am comfortable just about anywhere. I went to 20 schools before the 8th grade because my father couldn't hold a job. We moved every six months. I had to adjust.
  • I've had the same friends for ten, fifteen years.
  • Is the modern social pattern of unending change and movement the cause of two modern diseases, insecurity and dissatisfaction? How lucky Thomas Hood was to be able to write, 'I remember, I remember the house where I was born.' I don't even know what mine looked like!
  • I think an important approach for designers to take is to have a very - not singular but focused point of view.
  • Just because we don't recognise someone from an area of our own lives, somehow it has become easy to simply ignore them and walk away.
  • 'Little Miss Sunshine' snowballed. It was a tiny movie. We shot it in 30 days, and it was really fun to do, but it was one of those small movies that you don't hold out huge hope for.
  • It's a wonderful time when you sit down around the table for dinner and discuss life. No matter where you are, it gives the semblance of normalcy to my crazy world.
  • Preparedness for a game that usually lasts four-five hours requires good physical condition and also steady nerves.
  • Everyone always wants to talk about 'True Blood' and 'Battlestar Galactica' - no one's even interested in 'Durham County.' It blew my mind when I came to Canada and no one asked me about the show. So many people didn't even know about it. They didn't even know it was on the air! It's very curious to me.
  • In the summer, you miss the match days, but my wife gets angry, as she doesn't see me on weekends. And football is work. I'm still working on the weekends.