-- from the World Of Wonders Tour Program, circa 1986. Submitted by Rob Caldwell.
James Jensen: At that point [referring to the first few albums] were you touring as a solo or with a band?
BC: I was hardly touring at all. I played in bands for the second half of the sixties but by the end of the sixties I was doing mostly solo work and the touring those days was pretty limited for me, I had like four or five places I could go. When the first album got out and things gradually built up I began traveling alot. I lived the first half of the seventies out of a camper truck and went back and forth across Canada, I didn't play outside Canada really. Little by little I built up an audience, but it wasn't until the album "In the Falling Dark" came out that I had got sufficiently fed up with my own company and thought I better start adding people to the stage show. That folkie /jazzy group is the one on "Circles in the Stream" the live album from 1977, that was the first band I had.
-- from an Interview by James Jensen at Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, circa Spring 1993.