‘Tempting’ instrumentalist of ‘Lights Out’ delivers haunting ballad ‘Light My Fire’

When you’ve had a decade of being told what you should and shouldn’t write, you might as well just write it.

The songs of instrumentalist John Cale have taken the world by storm.

But as his career took off in the late 90s, he made it clear that he was going to write his own music.

It’s a rare thing these days for an artist to have their own label, and Cale’s debut album, LIGHT MY FIRE, was a success, selling over 100,000 copies in its first week.

That’s no small feat, especially when you consider the time he spent in jail, where he spent months in solitary confinement.

Cale recently revealed that he wrote most of the music on the album, including the title track, which he says was written by him and a few other musicians.

“I was very much inspired by the idea of writing something new,” Cale said in an interview with The Telegraph.

“It felt like something I could be proud of.

I think people would like to know more about me, but at the same time I didn’t want to tell too much.”

Cale spent a lot of time on his own, writing songs that were written for him by friends and family members.

“The songs were written on my own, and the writing was done for me.

That was a really important thing for me, and also to be able to be part of something that I really feel a connection with,” he said.

“That was a huge thing for people to experience, so it’s not something that you can just pick up and go ‘oh, it was me.'”

The songwriting style Cale employed is unique to him.

He likes to write with a heavy, organic approach, which is very different from the style that so many artists are known for.

Cales has a knack for writing songs in such a way that they feel like they’ve been written in a way you haven’t even thought of.

In fact, when I asked him what he likes about the way he writes songs, he said, “I think that it’s almost a gift, it’s something that allows you to see yourself, to feel the world around you, the people around you.”

For Cale, writing with the intent to share his music with the world, whether it’s through a Facebook post or through a concert, is a much more powerful experience than writing for the sake of a record deal.

He has worked on so many albums over the years that he knows exactly what he wants to say, and is always able to bring that out in the music.

In this interview, he revealed the secret to the way that he makes music, explaining why he likes writing songs and what makes his music sound so perfect.

In his interview, Cale also spoke about the importance of keeping his family’s health in mind when writing music.

“When I write songs, I don’t think of the audience.

I’m not thinking about the songwriters who are watching. I don