Unrealistic but happy
- May 13, 2009
Ok, I have to admit, I happen to like Taylor Swift, though it takes me a while to warm to her stuff when it comes out, so I'm generally liking her previous albums more than her latest ones, no matter what those are.
Women in my family adore TS and were unable to get tickets. My daughter is working on getting some Pink tickets instead.Understood. I just don't get this extreme frothing at the mouth for someone so completely unexceptional. I'd say the same for the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Elton John, etc., but that's me, a guy attracted to music that fills venues by the dozens, not the thousands.
I like TS. Many of her tunes are very hummable. But I'll never willingly go to a big venue again. I got to see Foo Fighters live in a stadium. From where I sat, they were like the super small army men you used to get in box of Quisp. They had poor quality jumbo trons to watch, but what's the point? What em' on TV. Heck, I watched them in Oculus (now, oy, Meta) VR.
ITMT, nice that TS made it into my neck of the woods pop culture wise: