Yes, I also made a typing error (I usually do)...hopefully you have more to do then worry yourself about it.
You can only fixate a small mistake the rather than the context of the article.....Please, your pubescent comments does not make you of high intellect. Picking out negatives in order to self-glorify yourself…lame.
And yes as I go back and read my response I do notice the plethora of typos and misspellings. In my haste they escaped me but please base the response on the context and not my crappy typing.
This "editorial" extremely disappointing from such a publication. A extremely prevalent and influential artist of out time chooses to play at such a great venue, that most locals within 45 miles do not even know it exists, and all you can do is have a negative spin. Critique is fine but a self indulgent opinion that undermines talent that has been proven valid is questionable. I felt it was surreal and a honor to have such a talented musician come to such a out of the way location, even NC for that matter. There are exponential amount of talent that laugh at such places don't be so glorified as to "dis" the one that decides it is worth while. It's foolish. If you are any sort of musician (and your probably not) yes there is a solidifying style Claypool has . THAT'S HIS. It worked and it worked well for this small tour. All the greats have there styles that come out in other contexts. Fine if you don't like it it but to imply it was run of the mill your opinion is not worth much. I am sure that Les Claypool can give hoot but I feel that one sided comments like this, from a marginal blurb (at best), take away from experiences that people who never seen a show of this sort, are searching for. As for everyone else I will let you know it was a great experience we where luck y to see, at least on the positive side. Nothing's perfect.
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