some people of the older generation liked Elvis but many did not.
It has a lot to do with a generational thing Crosby and Sinatra weren't fans of rock n' roll but had they been younger they probably would've liked it more
Kids today generally don't like music from the 50's, 60, or 70's etc. but if they were of the same age back then they probably would've liked it.
I don't like big band music from the 20's, 30's or 40's but had I been around then
I'd probably would've liked that music
I think Bach could have been a big Hendrix Fan.
Ah just pulling your leg Brian, who cares what musicians from another era might have think of this one. Probably same that we may think, if we got a chance to se what is going on a hundred years from now. Well a hundred years from now I won't be crying...
The phenomenon described in this thread has probably more to do with peer pressure than being from a generation. Speaking for myself (I'm not the right example I know) I do like fossilized music such as Bach or Mozart.. :)
Hmm, fat chance the taste of those composers would be considered extremely whimsical and soft, getting lost in detail and really not being able to understand the fun of everybody being happy with mainstream radio.
Ah... but could Mozart conduct an entire orchestra with his hips?:D:D:D
How many people will remember Chuck D 30+ years after he's passed and gone? Besides his family,huh?
hahaha really euh who cares about him and the guy is alive that's scary