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The best kept secret in music


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Pilot, 2004


Feeling a bit camera shy


In the days when the mighty steamboat ruled, starry-eyed little boys dreamed of one thing ... to be a steamboat pilot. The steamboat was like a labyrinth, a puzzle that only those with a gift could solve. Boys like Mark Twain sat at the banks of the Mississippi, envying the men who commanded the kings of the mighty river. When Twain got his chance of becoming a pilot, he realized it took a lot of blood, sweat, tears and patience to reach his dream. "Other craftsmen can 'sink the shop' sometimes, and interest themselves in other matters. Not so with a pilot; he must devote himself wholly to his profession and talk of nothing else; for it would be small gain to be perfect one day and imperfect the next," Twain wrote in Life on the Mississippi. Pilots have to devote themselves to their craft, and that dedication and hard work appealed to the young boys during the Industrial Revolution, and appeals to people today. In Twain's day, living the rock-n-roll dream meant becoming a pilot. This is our pilot dream.
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