When Daniel Deitch was growing up in Los Angeles in the 1960s, music was his food. His parents were former beatniks who constantly played music – from Beethoven quartets to John Coltrane to Henry Purcell and the Rolling Stones.
“I’ve been blessed with exposure to all kinds of different music, from the time I was in the womb,” Deitch said. “And even though I didn’t know I was a musician until I was a teenager, there’s always music in my head. There always has been.”
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