Every time I venture into Discover there he is, at least three to four times, hands poised over his keyboard, waiting for me to click the link and listen to a suite for solo cello. It is becoming a bit unnerving now and I find myself quickly scrolling past his gaze to find something, anything, to listen to!
@support is this normal behaviour, taking into account that when I use Focus I have 5 ‘Classical’ albums out of 800?
Of those 5 one is related to Bach - Yo Yo Ma’s Inspired By Bach (The Cello Suites), which I have played, maybe, one time.
Does anyone else experience a ‘stalker’ from a genre that they generally do not listen to?
Same here. Bach himself is about 10% of my Discover page, while classical is literally 0.2% of my library (6 of 3122 albums). It definitely improved when I favorited the 4,000+ songs I had rated highly in iTunes, but he’s still down there, just lurking…
For me, he’s on every Discover page at least once - often twice. Staring at me… with such stern… indifference. Perhaps judging my music collection and trying to (not so) subtly influence my choices. Look man, I want to listen to something like Zu’s Codor Todo, not “O Mensch, bewein’ dein; Sunde gross, choral prelude for organ” or the musical offering: