^ this is why i fell in love with adele.
now she's lost this passion, this longing in her voice, this desire.
the sadness and emotion in all her songs when she preformed at Largo is what made me into an adele fan,
and quite frankly, i'm disappointed in her.
i'm not saying i don't like her and her music, because i love her and her music,
i'm just saying that i wish she went back to her roots, before the tremendous amount of fame, and remember all the sadness and pain she put into these songs so she can be a better performer, songwriter, and artist.
PaintingPictures wrote:Further to my previous flippant remark i wish to add that maybe you should be thankful in the first place that you were so touched by Adele's music. Some artists strive for a lifetime to reach just one person and never achieve any such thing, let alone countless millions. I put it to you that when Adele was singing at Largo she was still feeling the raw pain of lost love, she was living every word and baring her soul completely. She was grieving a profound loss and laying every emotion bare for us to feel, no one person on this earth can continue to give of themselves so honestly and freely........and survive. At some point that grieving process will turn into a healing process and the emotions will not be so raw and on the surface. You should be thankful to have ever witnessed such a spiritual thing from another human being, she handed you her soul and brought you in touch with your own feelings, the least you can do is treasure that. A true fan will be happy that she is now in a happier place and know that she will indeed touch us all again, because that's what true talent does and a true fan will stay loyal.
I for one hope that Adele never changes a single thing about herself.