I'm a tidy sort of bloke. I don't like chaos. I kept records in the record rack, tea in the tea caddy, and pot in the pot box.
I'll give up this sort of touring madness certainly, but music-everything is based on music. No, I'll never stop my music.
I’ll play what you want or I won’t play at all.
I think the popular music has gone truly weird. It's either cutesy-wutesy or it's hard, nasty stuff. It's good that this has life again with the youth.
If a car comes past me in a traffic jam with a boom box going, I jump out of my skin. Those big booming basses. I'm just more sensitive to noise these days.
I still practice Transcendental Meditation and I think it's great. Marharishi only ever did good for us, and although I have not been with him physically, I never left him.
It's gonna sound like them if it is them. It sounds like them now, that's what I think. It doesn't, when you say it sounds like the Beatles, people may expect it sound like y'know 65 or 68 or 9 or Abbey Road. But the whole technical thing that has taken place between 1969 and 1996 is we are now in 1996 so technically it sounds more like now.
I either finish this tour ecstatically happy and want to go on tour everywhere, or I'll end up just going back to my cave for another five years.- Talking about his North American tour in 1974.
My life belongs the Lord Krishna now. I'm just the servant of Krishna. I've never been so humble in all my life, and I feel great.
Hippies are so phoney and fake.