My music tastes are pretty eclectic. About the only music I don't like is rap, heavy metal, modern country and gospel. I guess I am not too keen on modern pop either, but I know I have heard the odd song that still makes me want to dance.
What kind of music do you swing to?
I find that my music tastes run the gamut as well.
Pretty much all I listed previously, I like. G&R, U2, Metallica, Adele, etc. I appreciate good Classical, but not so much in the minor keys. The Les' Miserables album?-- Love it.
I've been listening to A LOT of "Contemporary Jazz Radio" station on Pandora the past couple of years. It's just a really good modern jazz station-- I think even for people that think they don't like Jazz. Perfect wine-sipping-on-the-patio type music. And making breakfast
music, for me.
Oddly, and perhaps tellingly, I find that Metal or Hard Rock bands are soothing to my brain. It's a weird thing. Bands like AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Bon Jovi, Guns & Roses, Metallica... a lot of their songs' rhythm and beat seem to fit in congruence with that of my brains'. Sometimes that stuff-- really loud-- relaxes me. Go figure.
I was on a big Bruce (Springsteen) kick for a while in the '80s. His story-telling, mostly. I can sing verbatim quite a few of his songs. And sometimes do. Alone, while going for a walk.
U2 was HUGE to me. After seeing their documentary movie Rattle & Hum.
I enjoy modern Country, but not so much the current modern. The George Strait, Randy Travis, Garth Brooks era.
I also really enjoy the Chairman of the Board, and some other of that crooner type stuff.
Yep... I like music. But like you said Don, not so much the Rap, and the new R&B, and new Pop, and that stuff.
I think I'll turn on The Doors!
Nice to chat with you...