James Jensen: "Islands In a Black Sky" off your fourth album "Night Vision"
sounds alot like Michael Hedges.
BC: If you ask Michael Hedges he would probably tell you it reminded
him of him too because he has publicly said he owes something to my
early stuff but I haven't discussed it with him really.
JJ You were creating the sound of two instruments with all the left
hand hammers and pulls opposing your right hand.
BC: I can't really say I was trying to create the sound of two
guitars specifically but just trying to get parts that moved together
and are interesting. You use whatever technique you discover, most
of that kind of stuff comes from just fooling around on the guitar
and I'll stumble on something that is worth pursuing and things like
that come out of it.
-- from an Interview by James Jensen at Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, circa
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