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It seems to me that too many fans won't be happy no matter what he does.
I do not want him to play as he did in 1971 forever, though I do love that sound, but this is not just different, it is a retreat.
Yes, there is a drum machine present on some songs, but it is not a hip-hop beat... just bouncy at times.
Man, Leo Kottke is so darn good --- great in fact --- and it saddens me that he's not better known or more revered among guitar players and fans of the instrument. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Donald E. Gilliland
....And I mean "playing" in the best, widest sense. I bought this CD for the original version of "Twice", but was almost discouraged by all the critics (canned drums, hip-hop... Read morePublished on April 13, 2011 by applewood
I've given this CD many chances. I read the reviews here before buying, and though I didn't much like Peculiaroso, this sounded as if it would be quirky and inventive. Read morePublished on May 12, 2003 by J. C Clark
Nine of eleven cuts are destroyed by the inane and incessant electric hip-hop drum noise. Absolutely criminal. Kottke has obviously sold out.Published on July 13, 2002
Leo! What happened? Why the percussion drone from 'a can', are you trying to get a 'disco beat' to your music? And what happened to the tempo? Are you getting old? Read morePublished on April 4, 2000 by Blomme Emile Bernard
This album was well composed and assembled; a piece of work that really demonstrates this artist's guitar and vocal talents at their best. Read morePublished on July 20, 1998 by firstname.lastname@example.org