more than a bit overkill, there ceduswhateveryournameis
I made the statement you decided to tear into...um...welcome to the board...
so...tell me, sucka...just where do i state that i adore everything...swoon over everything...AND that everybody else better do the same...?
i thought not.
i don't think you have much to worry about when it comes to him switching even more of his set than he already does..he hasn't changed the practise, i don't foresee him doing so...he'll continue to pander to the people who only like the hits...but, that shouldn't mean 'fans', who don't limit themselves to just the hits...who actually like his solo career beyond the hits, who realize there are many beatle songs he's never done live...or, at least not in..years, decades even...who enjoy all the music couldn't wish for an 'oh darling', 'rocky racoon', 'smile away', 'jrs farm', 'helen wheels', 'old siam sir', (even 'monkbery MOON DELIGHT': which, b.t.w., he did run as a pre-show song on one tour; he must not hate the song that much !) etc-etc-etc
yes...and i know this galls the casual fans (and some hardcore)...but real fans go to see an artist at work, not just the hits: ask bruce springsteen...they would be happy, as some often say, if he read (sang, in this case) a phone book...i'd rather have some surprise to each concert tour, than the predictable...sorry you don't feel that way...it's a free country, after all..but, if you are so much a fan that you'd skip a concert just because he actually supported whatever his new album was, and skipped over most if not all the chestnuts for other songs from his extensive playbook, then that would easily leave some tickets for me and my friends if he ever does it
you wake up...sip hot tea...mindless music, radio free. see blue skies and think of sea...how are you doin'