I don’t really feel part of any particular movement.
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I find it strange the way human nature wants heroes and yet wants to destroy their heroes. It’s a kind of mass insecurity people want something to look up to and get a buzz off but, at the same time, want to destroy it because it makes them feel insecure.
I want to suggest a feeling. It’s ridiculous to assume you can state an opinion. Somebody else can never relate to the lyric in the same way because their whole experience is different. You can only suggest, then people add their own history and experience to the lyrics.
I wanted something that had the feel of a complete band and a variety of instrument. Apart from doing the album for musical satisfaction, I felt it was an important statement for other women – showing you don’t have to rely on other people to do things for you.
|Birth:||23rd September, 1958|
|Profession:||Musician, Producer, Singer|
Danielle Dax was born in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England. She is a British musician, singer, interior/garden designer and producer. Dax was to make her 'pop' musical debut in 1979 just three weeks of joining the group Amii Toytal and the Croixroads - this was a pseudonym for the Lemon Kittens - as keyboardist, flautist and saxophonist. She also painted the cover for Robert Fripp's solo album, Let the Power Fall. In 1989, Dax appeared on the Channel 4 show Star Test, where she was interviewed for 30 minutes by computer. Since 1996, she has worked in interior design and has appeared several times on the BBC interior design show Homefront, where she won their Designer of the Year Award. She is also a qualified garden designer and has worked on numerous projects in that field.
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