MaryB wrote:I agree with Evie, give it a chance. When I purchased it when it first came out, I also did not like it. His octave was so very low (maybe that why he chose to stay in the background and let his protoge take the lead) and the overall tone was so slow, it put me off. After playing it a number of times, and I started to really listen, all the beauty of his words came through. The Faith has become one of my favorites. And who can resist his sense of humor in Because Of and Dear Heather ?
Mollydog wrote:It's been a rainy weekend here in Ottawa and I owed myself some quiet time, so I decided to dedicate the time to trying to appreciate Dear Heather. I have played it numerous times and have got to say that I have definitely turned a corner and am enjoying it. It's an album that you really have to listen to, it can't be playing in the background while you're busy with other things. One song that I still don't like is On That Day. I can't put my finger on it but I feel uncomfortable every time I hear it.
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