Keith Carmen of Canada's Exclaim! magazine recently conducted an interview with MOTÖRHEAD frontman Lemmy Kilmister. A few excerpts from the chat follow below.
Exclaim!: What have been your career highs and lows?
Lemmy: "The high was probably going straight in at number one [for their 1981 live album 'No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith']. The low was probably just after it. You couldn't do another live album to go straight in at number one, could you?"
Exclaim!: What do you think of when you think of Canada?
Lemmy: "That large country just above the States and to one side of Russia. Canada's always a great place for us. We've always had a good time up there and people are great."
Exclaim!: What was the first LP/cassette/CD/eight track you ever bought with your own money?
Lemmy: "'The Buddy Holly Story' on vinyl."
Exclaim!: What has been your strangest celebrity encounter?
Lemmy: "[EAGLES guitarist] Joe Walsh once tapped me on the shoulder in a bar at the CMJ Convention. He said, 'I've wanted to meet you for a long time,' then turned around and walked away from me. Very strange. I never saw him again. But what an incredible introduction, huh?"
Read the entire interview from Exclaim! magazine.
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