1973 - March 31: Disc Magazine Interview: PDF Print E-mail


On a then recent earthquake:

“I was in bed [yesterday, when an earthquake struck] and I woke up and forgot to stand under the door. You’ve heard that, haven’t you? The door is the strongest part of the house, and if you’ve ever seen a house burn down – the door is the only thing left standing. The door was moving like a massage table! I wasn’t really scared though. Two years ago, it was worse! But where we were living then it wasn’t too bad; we were in Beverley Hills. This one happened in the morning and went away, but last time, trembles kept coming back all day. It struck a hospital, some people died in it and people were sick in the street. This time, hardly anyone was killed, but it scared a whole lot of people.”



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