mr h atom wrote:
it's OK, M...as chris keeps pointing out...we're all unique individuals with specific individual tastes...
it's no different than if we were all at some great big huge amusement park..not everyone would want to ride every ride...or necessarily get the exact same thing out of it even if they did...
sometimes...i might feel like i gotta
but it's all
That was some real philosophical stuff. Way above my limited intellectual capacity but anyway.....I might wake up one morning with the chanting of Hillmen inside my poor head and suddenly convert to Press to Play. I have concerted when it comes to McCartney 2 but don t feel sure lightning strikes twice.
Right now I am having a bit of a break from Macca music and dwell in stuff like the Clash, Joni Mitchell(blue is one fine album) and very soon I will have one of my holy grails in the mail-the complete dylan collection-containg each and every album that man ever has done. I was a bit hesitant purchasing that one but now I ordered it and sold most most of my Dylan collection. A real spacesaver to have it all in a little box.
. If only Macca could treat his backcatalogue better-I love the reissues but the deluxeeditions are very expensive-actually that WOA-deluxe cost s much as the whole Dylan collection containing something like 50 cd:s. Also thinks the phase of those reissues are a bit slow.
And why don t he make something like Dylans wonderful bootleg series that now has 10 volumes. We ll know that there are so many rarities and unreleased stuff in Maccas vaults.