... and that's what hurts it.
We saw Knock at the Cabin on Saturday and thought the exact same thing about it. It was average but still watchable. I thought Bautista was really great in it as well. I still love The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable.
I'm a big fan of BB King in London especially the Alexis Koerner song. He was trying to attract a white audience at the time I saw him at Central Park on this tour. The audience was mostly white. I had seen him 2 years earlier in Asbury Park where me and my friends were the only white people in the theater except the pi.ano player. The shows were different. He was still getting comfortable breaking into the mainstream. About the same time Howlin Wolf made a London album too. It featured Clapton, Winwood, Wyman and Watts. I prefer it but then again Wolf's "rocking chair" album is on my all-time top 20.