Joan Wasser – We Don’t Own It (2006)

 

“I did a couple of tours with him when I was playing in a band called Those Bastard Souls. We were touring with Sebadoh and Elliott was opening the shows before the whole “Good Will Hunting” thing so he was opening solo, and you know, he’s incredible. And also, he’s just such a very kind, gentle person. You know, troubled, at times, as we all are, at times. It was really disheartening to hear about what was going on after he died. Because you always hope that people come together when someone dies. When you die as a young person it seems like it’s so shocking and so difficult to digest. It’s sad when people are angry at each other and calling names and stuff. So, that’s what that song is about.”

Joan Wasser

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