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Posted by Spiritualized on December 13, 2009 at 14:17:11:
"Milk & Honey" was a hodge podge of leftover tracks released by Yoko in 1984, four years after John Lennon died! It's hardly representative of his output after The Beatles demise.....
"As if seeing a timid band live would somehow cast a different impression........ (I saw such an act opening for Porcupine Tree a couple years ago. The audience didn't even pay attention to the performance. The performer concluded that he wasn't doing anything for the audience, and cut the act short. And nobody in the audience cared.) I wish I had such disposable funds to do this. This is why I love YouTube."
I'm not quite sure what you mean by the first part of your response. I was wondering what source of reference you have to make such a statement as:
"Establishment or rebellion, the one thing that strikes me as lacking is **passion** behind the music. (I watch modern bands, and they seem **timid** on stage, compared to what I saw 20 to 30 years ago.)"
I can empathize with the expense concern, but when you make such a blanket statement you should have something to back it up. I love youtube too Todd, but it's no replacement for the live experience.