Denise Scott Brown: I was told as a child by a loved art teacher that you could not be creative unless you learned from what was around you.
Lindsay Buckingham: I wasn’t sure I could do it, but that was also freeing because he wanted me to try.
Brown: Though the results look scholarly, they are undecipherable.
Buckingham: It was just kind of a mess, kind of like it is right now. Would’ve been like ’97, maybe, ’96.
Brown: It was April 1965.
Buckingham: I don’t mean literally window shopping. I mean looking through the window at stuff and not going in and engaging, or keeping a distance.
Brown: Of course this was frowned upon by purists. I felt a shiver.
Buckingham: Yeah, that’s all over that album.
Brown: We disapproved of its graphic design.
Buckingham: Oh, no.
Brown: Think of two heavily traveled streets that cross.
Buckingham: At least I was sort of ready for it.
Brown: Perhaps, at last.
Buckingham: That may be the case. Maybe next year.
Brown: To me the neon was fairyland.