I'm at a loss at akc and Graeme's basic advice that we chill out. What is it we're doing??? If we forgo all conversation on this board - and conversation is all it is - I may as well shut the darn thing down. When did the people here get so thin skinned that simple - and quite civil - differences of opinion cause such rankled feelings?
Sheesh....anyone wanna discuss the Cream reunion? Did they grow as musicians? Did they play anything different? Were they boring??
May 20, 2005 - 4:28PM
Re: Re: Re: Re: Review of "In Tennessee"
That'll be three no's and a yes, Boss.
As Toni suggests Graeme, what's all this about being nice to each other? It would be very dull if we all agreed all of the time. But as long as heated discussion remains civil, and everyone eventually agrees with me, there will be no problems.
Nobody gets hurt....well, maybe the odd feeling here and there, and a few egos might get dented...but that's all. It's better than going to watch the Jam Tarts or the Hibees, surely?
now we could have some very heated discussions on hibs and hearts but i think we are on the wrong forum.as regards chilling out,i just thought we had overplayed the arguments and it was going nowhere.rock on
Geeeez, leave you guys alone for a few days and goe to Disneyland and what happens? LOL!
Time for my belated two cents worth - and no you don't get change!
Anybody looking for something "new" in a Rockabilly album in which the artist has an honest appreciation of, and is trying to capture the "roots" of, 50s rock and roll isn't going to find what they are looking for. And it's silly to even search.
Alvin was not out to show anybody how much technical powress or "new" innovations he has in his playing. Nor was he out to compete with a whole slew of fleet fingered axe slingers.
Alvin set out to make a d@mned fine rockabilly album. In Tennessee is a ****ed fine rockabilly album. Objective achieved. End of discussion.