Or Another Failed Musician Abusing the Art School System By Paul Draper
“It’s hard to believe it’s been fifteen years since the release of the Six album. People still talk to me about it. It sort of follows me around, and I guess it always will. I’m forever answering questions about the production, the lyrics, the arrangements, the meaning of it all. I only have half of the answers because it meant one thing to me, but another thing to the other maker of the record who was the guitarist in Mansun, whose take on the number six was to do with Taoism, Winnie The Pooh, a book called Now We are Six and a load of stuff I don’t really know about.
情報源: Paul Draper on the Prisoner Portmeirion and Mansun’s Six | DROWNED IN SOUND