Al Columbia

I first interviewed Al Columbia nearly 4 years ago. Since that time, he has released Pim and Francie: The Golden Bear Days. A collection of work that probably consists of more printed work than all his previous work put together. We get pretty in-depth in this interview, clocking in at 2 hours of conversation. We cover a lot of ground and I feel like we could probably have another dozen conversations like this, and still have lots to talk about. Thanks to Al for allowing such a frank and revealing interview.

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  3. Ajhfg says:

    I can barely hear anything.

  4. Tim Clary says:

    This is a great interview. Columbia was a total mystery to me before I listened to this (I was aware of him, as I’m sure many are, from the Big Numbers fiasco but never looked into his other work) but this is as fascinating a look into an artist’s world as I’ve heard in a long time. Great job.

    However, I have to agree with the previous post, the sound quality is pretty bad. I have to boost it to 100% and jack my speaker volume through the roof to hear it.

  5. Great interview!

    For the uninitiated:

    We talk about the sequencing in Pim and Francie.

  6. This interview has a very historic feel to it. It’s incredible!

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  8. Inkstuds says:

    I pumped up the volume a lot.

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  12. Nice to hear this.
    He’s one of those damn geniuses that can frustrate with their lack of output and blow your mind when they do.


  13. MichaelS says:

    Great interview! What song ist it you played at the end? Sounds great!

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  16. vasilis says:

    This was really great.

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