Originally Posted by bermuda
Is perfect time ever unnecessary? Let's be careful not to confuse groove and tempo as mutually exclusive.
Jon, I remember you once talking about how all those old performers we loved like The Beatles would have jumped at the chance to be more perfect, yet we embrace the imperfection. I agree it's a disconnect between the band and some of its fans.
Yet ... I love raw music. Not saying I enjoy it more than super-polished music but it's different and has its own appeal.
Is it always better to speak well? Yes - if there's interesting content and/or sincerity. But I prefer real and gormless people any day over slick and shallow ones. Same with music.