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neil Young dried up? Ha!! Not even close
Posted by Road Warrior on June 16, 2005 at 21:18:15:
I thought you were daft as I read that post heading. Crap, Greendale, Ragged Glory, Harvest Moon, Silver and Gold, all extremely good. I'll pass on Mirrorball thank you. Anyone listens to Bandit and thinks this isn't among his best has got hemmrhoids (HTF do you spell THAT word???) on the brain. As I read furtherer down the thread, I see, however, that you were discussing another poster's previous post.
To say hes creatively dried up NOW to me implies knowledge of his past musical contributions when he wasn't dried up, eh? To say hes dried up based on his current output vs.the past in his catalogue is an opinion and valid, IMHO. But to say it with no past knowledge or frame of reference of the artist ain't nothing but a troll and an unsupported flame. I'll gladly detail the reasons why I don't like some recommended music (and I did w/Demetrio the other day). I'd like to know the reasons the poster thinks Young is dried up creatively. Me? I'm eagerly awaiting any and everything from him in the future. Til he a run of crap releases, I ain't saying hes dried up, no way, no how.
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