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Scott Weiland was supposed to stop by to promote his new record, "Happy in Galoshes," but got delayed on the way in so Howard spent some time talking to the album's producer, Doug Grean. Then, while Howard was playing his version of "Hurdy Gurdy Man" for Doug, Scott showed up...but not before Doug told Howard that he really liked the song. Scott talked about how he was "freeing himself" now, like David Bowie did during his LA period. Scott also claimed he'd been heroin-free for almost 6 years and dealing everyday with his bi-polar disorder. Howard wondered if Scott had ever had a "full psychotic break," and Scott replied: "Only when I was smoking or shooting cocaine."

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スコット・ウェイランドは彼のニュー・アルバム「Happy in Galoshes」のプロモーションのために立ち寄る予定だった。しかし遅れてしまったため、ハワードがアルバムのプロデューサー、ダグ・グリーンと話すことで時間を稼いだ。そして、ハワードが彼風にアレンジした「Hurdy Gurdy Man」をダグに聴かせている間に、スコットは到着した。その時既に、ダグはハワードに対し彼の弾いた曲を非常に気に入ったと伝えていた。スコットは、LAに居た頃のデビッド・ボウイ同様、いかにして今自分が「自らを解放」しているかを語った。スコットはまた、彼がヘロインを絶ってもうすぐ6年になろうとしていること、そして彼の持病である躁うつ病と毎日いかに向き合っているか、明言した。ハワードはスコットに対し、これまで一度でも「精神病からの完全なる脱出」を経験したかを尋ねた。スコットは答えた「コカインを吸っている時か打っている時だけはね。」

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