As a career mastering engineer, do you feel like the role has changed due to the technological advancements in the industry? Is it a tougher job now? It used to be that we were done and committed to tape and an album was completely mastered. There was no constant change. It used to be that you mixed and then you mastered — mastering was the very end of the process. Now, both can happen at the same time. So I might have to adjust the guitars, percussion, keys, as well. There will always be naysayers, and this is a conversation I have with artists, too, who are feeling the pains of struggling through being an artist.
It translates to people working in fields that are not traditionally open to them. I was really hungry to learn everything. I held myself to a much higher standard because I knew everyone else around me would. I never wanted to be knocked off my block by some asshole. Speaking of hurdles, what do you think was your biggest hurdle to overcome? There are only maybe four awards a mastering engineer can actually win, so even being nominated was a gigantic honor.
The two feuded for years before calling a truce and ending up friends. True to the song, she was by his side when he died. We're not crying. You're crying. According to Oprah Magazine , the two ran into each other outside the Wishy Washy laundromat when Parton was 18 and Dean Dean was struck by Parton's pretty face.
Parton liked how sweet and shy Dean was. Two years later, the two tied the knot in Ringgold, Georgia with only Parton's mother and the preacher in attendance. The wedding was a rushed affair, partially because Parton's label, Monument Music , worried that becoming a wife could stall her career.
Parton, never one to be told what to do, decided to elope with her sweetheart. Her mother made her a dress and a bouquet and Parton and Dean found a small Baptist church that would take them on short notice. Parton and Dean, who runs an asphalt company, have now been married for more than 50 years, but it hasn't always been easy. He wanted nothing to do with the entertainment business, and he's remained true to his word. Parton, who often describes her husband as a romantic, admitted to CNN that he has only seen her perform live a few times and isn't really a big fan of her music.
Growing up in an impoverished family of 12, Parton often mothered her siblings. Later, when she moved to Nashville to pursue a singing and songwriting career, she brought a number of her brothers and sisters and their children to live with her, mothering again.
When she married Carl Thomas Dean in , the two lovebirds talked about having children. Parton told The Guardian that she and her husband wondered what their kids would be like — would they be tall like him or petite like her? They threw names around. Like any young couple, they dreamed. But nothing happened. Parton's child-bearing years came and went and she and Dean eventually faced the fact that they would never have children of their own. According to Country Living , Parton is very much resigned to her childlessness.
In fact, she celebrates it. If she'd become a mother, she's not sure she would have been able to tour as she has, to become the star she was probably always meant to be, not to mention a mother figure to thousands of children all over the world who have the privilege of reading her children's books, enjoying her songs meant for young listeners, and benefiting from her charity, Imagination Library, which has donated more than million free books to kids.
Dolly Parton is without a doubt an optimist. Anyone who's had her kind of rags-to-riches story would be. But there was a time when she got so low she contemplated ending it all. The dark period came in the early eighties when she had what, in the book, Dolly on Dolly: Interviews and Encounters with Dolly Parton , she called "an affair of the heart.
She was also juggling family drama at the time, had been receiving random death threats, and had just finished filming The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas , an experience she described as a "nightmare. At one point, she found herself eyeing her handgun with too much interest.
Then her dog, Popeye, came running up the stairs, and the pitter patter of his nails shocked her back to reality. She considers Popeye's appearance at that pivotal time as a message from God and credits her own brush with rock bottom with helping her understand the often desperate plights of others. This was Korn's first ever win at the Golden Gods Awards. The Path of Totality sold 55, copies in its first week to debut at number ten on the Billboard ,  making it Korn's eleventh album to peak within the top From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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