David Fricke, Rolling Stone senior editor: Paul obviously felt comfortable there. He was funny and thoughtful, warm and open with the right edge of confrontation. I remember that the ham and cheese sandwich I had was good and that Paul and I enjoyed a few Stroh’s beers as we talked. He also kept putting quarters in the jukebox, which got us talking about his favorite records. In the piece, I noted that he punched up Elton John’s “Rocket Man,” Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man,” and Cher’s “Gypsys Tramps and Thieves.” The last one got us into a minor argument — he loved the song. I hated it.