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As Richman said, he didn’t know anything about Picasso except what any suburban kid could’ve gleaned at the time. “Pablo Picasso,” written around 1970, was one of the Cale demos later released on the 1976 (a time-bomb of a record—while the band had broken up years before its issue, and Richman had moved to a softer style by ’76, the likes of “Roadrunner” and “Picasso” suddenly appeared for the fledgling punks to take up).Sterling Campbell’s drum tracks were among those Bowie had remixed at Allaire Studios to get a “bigger,” reverb-laden sound.

Like Ray Davies, a spiritual counterpart across the Atlantic, Richman wrote about the straights of the Sixties, those getting left behind, the suburbanites who read about the counterculture in newsweeklies.After all, you could replace “Pablo Picasso” with “David Bowie” in the lyric and it would work nearly as well. Recorded: (rhythm tracks, vocals) January-February 2003; (lead guitars, lead and backing vocals, overdubs) March-May 2003, Looking Glass Studios, New York.Released 16 September 2003 on ) has a great one-page encapsulation on Richman’s “Roadrunner.” Any Richman interview that you come across is charming and funny.The song came from a trip to New York that Richman made right after graduating high school.Hoping to find a place in NYC bohemia, he instead was mainly left on his own.

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