Sixty Seconds 

... with Lenny Kravitz

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Indy: You release a new CD, It is Time for a Love Revolution, on Feb. 5. You say it starts a new phase in your career. You seemed to view your previous CD, Baptism, in a similar way back when it was released in 2004.

LK: Baptism, in retrospect, was really the end of an era I was going through. So, because I was recognizing the change, I thought that was a new beginning. Of course, every day is a new beginning. But when I think about it now, I see that Baptism was actually putting the cap on some things in my life ... This record, it was really about taking that first new step, because on that previous record, in that time in my life, I dealt with those issues and put them to bed.

Indy: So what new outlook or new message do you see in the new CD?

LK: It's about contributing. And in my personal life, things that I'm doing now are all about helping other people, because I've done so many things and I've had so many successes and I've achieved dreams that, my God, exceed any thought that I had when I was a kid. So it's all about helping others.

Indy: You play the Paramount Theatre in Denver as part of a short theater and club tour sponsored by MySpace. What can fans expect you to play?

LK: I'm going to play maybe three or four new ones. I won't play too many, because people won't know a lot of it. I'll play enough hits, and then I'm also going to play some older tunes I haven't played for a couple of tours.

At Denver's Paramount Theatre, Jan. 22.


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