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Rock Cellar Magazine spoke with Waite for a wide-ranging conversation touching on everything: his new solo album, his thoughts on a Babys reunion, jamming with his musical heroes Pete Townshend of The Who and Steve Marriott of Small Faces and Humble Pie to the real inspiration behind his number one solo smash, what’s the ultimate live album for you?John Waite: Well, the one I spent the most time with was Get Yer Ya’s Ya’s Out by The Stones and also Free Live.As with the three previous times I saw John live, this concert was excellent.However, it being an acoustic performance made for a much different atmosphere. And then you jump in on a group of cute guys singing Backstreet Boys and you forget about country once again. Whining turned to telling bad date stories, and since I had none to offer, I told the girls all about my newest hobby of collecting vintage Pyrex. Sassy and S swayed and at some point I found myself humming along. Halfway through I heard snickering on the couch and looked over to find S and Sassy staring me down. The ladies left, and I checked my phone before falling into bed and noticed a text from my neighbor at 2 a.m. They listened politely then told me I need to make a better effort to date. At the end of the song, You Tube suggested a bunch of oldie country songs, including "Forever and Ever Amen" by Randy Travis. But it meant that much to that many people, and I made it up on the spot. LT80s: For all of the junior high girls in 1984, thank you. It  was number one, and all the people in New York City that I used to know in the street, little old ladies walking their dogs, or the guy that used to run the coffee shop, the spaghetti shop, and the Indian restaurant; they were all super proud of me. I’ve always adored New York City, and it felt like that was the most exciting thing, really, just having succeeded from coming from nothing, because it was black and white. I think there’s a time and a place for bands to exist, and then it’s done. In something like “If You Ever Get Lonely,” it is kind of delicate, but it’s got a big chorus. Hopefully, another live record around November, and then back in the studio to see what we got for a studio record. I generally license my records out to big companies like Universal, and then after a certain time they come back to me. She just recorded it 50 times and stuck it in the car radio. Then he said, “You put denial in there, and it’s what every man goes through; denial.” So it made it extra twisted and kind of clever. ” And I thought it was like the neighborhood kid did well. Yeah, it really is like that; there’s no overdubs and there’s no bullshit. Where it’s been stripped down before that, maybe a little bit more acoustic-driven, this is sort of full-throttle guitar. There’s a song called, “If You Ever Get Lonely” that was on , and we put it on the new live album. But there’s a band in Nashville called Love and Theft who’ve just covered it, and they had a number one single last year, so there’s a small chance here that we’re going to have a country hit at the same time we have a rock hit. LT80s: It’s hard to believe when you listen to it, that it is live. You take the keyboards out, and you hear how accurate the guitar is. We did the club thing to get Rough and Tumble to number one, but like I said, it almost bankrupted me. You have to play in bigger places, so we’ll probably be playing lesser places, but they’ll be bigger.
He was lead vocalist for The Babys and Bad English. 1 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 and a top ten hit on the UK Singles Chart.
The song was originally recorded in 1981 by another band, and in 1985 was included on the platinum selling Vision Quest soundtrack.
When the single was reissued, it reached the Top 50 on the Hot 100.
We've all been through a country music phase, right?
But it's a phase, because eventually pop takes over your life, and you might even get really into the indie scene, or, if you're super duper fly like I was, underground hip hop. But, once you begin working, you just don't have time to keep up with music that's not pumped into your ears by i Heart Radio -- quite the ironic title of a company that basically annihilates the purpose of radio broadcasting by choosing 15 songs a quarter and playing them on a loop, rendering DJs pointless and forcing the artists to add in that 808 and brainwashing us plebeians to believe we enjoy the sellout sounds of Pharrell.
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Some songs that are that big can just kill your career stone dead, so I just made the records I wanted to make, and I wasn’t playing the game, anyway. Mike Shipley was a genuine genius, and somebody that will be enormously missed by people in the music business.