A lot of people don't know that The Stunt Man has a lot of stories. A lot of great stories. On top of that he is a masterful storyteller. I have decided to CHRONICle some of those stories in a series of interviews conducted via text messages.
In his career as a dj, rapper, producer, and recording engineer, The Stunt Man has worked with many many artists.
I remember him telling me about a recording session with the late, great NATE DOGG so I set up an interview and here are the results, which I am sure you will agree are nothing short of xxplosive!
verysame.com - First of all, The Stunt Man, thank you for taking the time out to do this interview.
The Stunt Man [no response]
verysame.com - Moving right along, tell me about the time you worked with Nate Dogg (R.I.P.)
The Stunt Man - The session was from about noon - 3pm
verysame.com - He wasn't very talkative was he
The Stunt Man - [No]
verysame.com - You fared much better with Ice-T [different session]. What was it he said when you asked him about Leprechaun in the Hood? [2000 film in which Ice-T appeared]
The Stunt Man - He made a lot of money. That basically ended that question. [ed. note - in person The Stunt Man will say in an "Ice-T" voice "Man, that movie bought me a house"]
verysame.com - Ok finishing up, what was your favourite Nate Dogg appearance?
The Stunt Man - Old stuff, "Regulate" [Warren G]***, Murder Was the Case album, Mista Grimm "Indosmoke". I'll play you my recording one day. it was never released.
***The Stunt Man sometimes plays a 45 remix of "Regulate" that is blended with the Michael McDonald original, "I Keep Forgettin'". People trip.