I see that the man with girders for loins is awaiting for response on the subject of Leonard Cohen.
I have been far too busy fending off angry people, who feel you, Glynsky, should suffer a slow painful ending for your vitriolic attempts to dismiss this great man and his work.
Glynsky's latest post refers to Cohen as 'neo dylan' so I guess that is a big improvement on his previous mutterings.
(ER and I knew he was on the verge of yet another crack up)
I have neither the time or inclination to attempt to cure ignorance.
Glynsky is far to long in the tooth, (If he still has any of his own left...) to allow anything 'different' into an impervious mind stuck forever in a 1950's one way street.
I quote one of his more lucid comments
'f*****g useless rubbish played by a saddo loser who can't write a tune/lyric to save his boring boring existance.'
This 'prose' was written by a man who cannot even spell the word existence
let alone write about a great one.
I presume Glynsky is including some of the songs listed below:
“Suzanne,” “So Long, Marianne” and “Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye,”
“Hallelujah,” which has since become one of Cohen’s best-known, best-loved songs, and has been covered by over 150 artists.
It's quite amazing all these people, (and the multi million Leonard Cohen fans) can be so wrong, and Glynsky, this One Man Band Of Bulls**t, can be so right.