The Outsider disregards standard conventions of form and structure. Her emotionally stark art, often ignored by the industry, media and general public, may nevertheless find strong support among discriminating connoisseurs and collectors. Gooble gobble, gooble gobble, we accept her, one of us.
When I was coming up, we weren't trying to get a hit or to get paid, we were just trying to do our thing. Truth is, the only thing we really wanted was to get out there and get recognized for our originality.
After that happened, we said 'OK, all right, so now what? What's it really all about?' Well, at the end of the day, what it all boils down to is this: we're all riding on the same boat. And we have to learn how to deal with each other, to get along.
So that's what music is for — to bring us together.