Buffy Sainte-MarieAn enlightening talk with the Canadian-American Cree singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie at a time when she was trying to open eyes to the plight of indigenous people. Lou ReedBruce Pollock gets stonewalled interviewing Lou Reed until he hits on some topics that spark his interest: Berlin, songwriting, and critics. Paul SimonIn three different interviews, Paul Simon talks about his musical progression, from "folkie stuff" to hitmaker to "far away from the marketplace." Frank ZappaFrank Zappa wrote for a very specific audience; in this interview he explains why he didn't try to reach the masses. Laura NyroLaura Nyro talks about her complex, emotionally rich songwriting and how she supports women's culture through her art. Steve PerryA 1984 interview with Steve Perry, who talks about writing songs for Journey and as a solo artist. Kevin Kadish - "All About That Bass"Kadish talks about the surprise hit that "changed the way little girls look at themselves in the mirror" and ensured he could make music the rest of his life.