Jonnie Falafel wrote:Isn't that just the normal pattern? You play it a lot... then you play it less.... and then you don't play it for months and then you rediscover it.... and discover something you didn't hear there before... and then you play it less.. or maybe put on Dear Heather?
jerry wrote:This is only my opinion. I like Old Ideas. Maybe because I keep comparing it to Leonard's last album Dear Heather. I think that anything would sound good when compared to DH. I played Old ideas non stop last week when I got it. But this week I don't have much of a desire to hear it. I'll play it this week once or twice but unlike other past LC albums that don't usually leave my cd player for months the initial excitement of Old Ideas is fading fast.
Unspoken Words wrote:I remember a few years ago when Dear Heather was released TV in the UK had a programme with LC fans sitting around listening to it for the first time. They all gave the impression that they were ecstatic but their body language and facial feature indicated otherwise. I wonder are we all like this with LC now, blindly following and unquestioning?
dreamermusic wrote:What I think you agree with me it's sure that although all of them are great songs, we are not getting anymore songs like Suzanne, Marianne, Hey, that's no way..., Famous blue raincoat and many others.
Jonnie Falafel wrote:dreamermusic wrote:What I think you agree with me it's sure that although all of them are great songs, we are not getting anymore songs like Suzanne, Marianne, Hey, that's no way..., Famous blue raincoat and many others.
All these songs are already written and they are not going to go away. All that water under the bridge..... artistic integrity continues though. He did that then he's doing something else now....
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