It’s hard to say a favorite song of my father’s. I listen to all his stuff; a lot of the old stuff before the ’70s.
Kids out there now have learning issues. Having mental issues. And everybody is looking towards what drug to give them, but is anyone looking at the food that the children are eating? What you’re eating has a big impact.
If food is labeled, some people might choose to eat stuff that’s genetically modified. They might decide they love it. But give us a choice.
I want to be fulfilled in myself, rather than try to follow exactly in my father’s footsteps.
My father’s songs don’t intimidate me; my father’s songs are my songs. My songs are his songs. There’s no intimidation.
Some guys that know me from when I was a kid say “My son, oh he’s just like your father.” It’s just a natural part of our lives. But, within the music industry and within the industry of the critiques of music, where it becomes “Ziggy’s music is not as good as Bob’s music,” I don’t understand. But I don’t really pay much attention to that because I’m just expressing myself.
Each father wants their sons to be just like them, really.
The most important thing my father taught me is that every man has to stand up for his rights.
My father speaks for himself, through his music.