You may know him from his post-hardcore outfits but it’s a Billy Joel album that At the Drive-In’s Jim Ward holds dearest.
Love Letter To A Record
“I bet there are people that think Eels suck, but I ‘m not one of them”
“The album is political, and strangely enough equally relevant today, only 50 years later.”
“I would listen to nothing else. I’d wake up, put it on, transcribe it all day, fall asleep with it playing and wake up, and it would still be going the next day.”
“You changed my life in ways I didn’t comprehend until it was too late”