FB:This has got to speak to young people very strongly. MB: Right now!- Right now I am very excited, because I see this...this...awareness coming back a little bit, because we-for ten or twelve years -quiet and consuming, watching T.V. and that is it.- FB: Umm... MB: I mean I'm generalizing, and no interest to see the world. -Everything that is happening now, the elections, things like that. - Whatever happens - I see movement. I see energy among young people too, of wanting to change things around themselves, or integrate things around, and it's hopeful. I feel happy now. FB: Kids come to a music school, because they are full of hope. You don't become a professional musician with a tremendous sense of uplift, and a sense of ...well hope. MB: Yeah. They also come, by .. the world now is so influenced by "Making it" or "Being a star." -Commercial and Glamour. Which is fine, but I wish they also can, pursue that part of it. - Pursue the art first. - Not the "Making it first." -Finding your voice. -Who are you? - What do you need to say? - FB: I think well what I see among the Berklee students is much more of an afinity for the small singer songwriter with a great amount of integrity, than the big splashy, Brittney Spears...maybe even Christina Aguleria, is a little bit over the top. They want something that has integrity, and a real feel to it.- MB:Yeah... FB: So you know they're buying little tunes online here and there, but not going for the big ..they have a sneaking suspicion that there is something not right about the big record industry. -Of course now it is come to pass. MB: Yeah, FB: It's sort of blown up and its gone out into the free world. MB: There is so many ways of doing it. - FB: Artist share for the jazz people and all sorts of interesting marketing techiniques that are deployed by people like radiohead and nine-inch-nails. Everybody is trying to find a little niche. -It's happened with the media too, look at radio. MB:Yeah. FB: Streaming you get stations all over the world.- MB:Yes..It's exciting.