Comments: Mumford & Sons & the Father

The rise of militant atheism will play out no differently than it has in the past...

Posted by HomerJFong at November 29, 2012 02:11 PM

It's a shame when people can't separate politics or religion from art but that is usually the case in my experience. Reading this review reminds me a little of your review of 'Chinese Democracy'; I learned that you really liked 'Appetite' and didn't like 'CD' very much. Something to keep in mind for your next music review.

BTW: I was doing some studio work on the east coast in the 80's and played bass, guitar and keyboards on 'Amazing Grace'. I agree it is a cool song and enjoyable to play as well.

Homer: Can you elaborate on your comment please?

Regarding Dan's 11-19 post about Mitt Romney: The press is really doing a buck-buck on ol' Mitt. GQ put him on its list of least influential people. not a fan of Mitt but dam!

Posted by Ancient Mariner at November 29, 2012 03:02 PM