Warriors 1st Grader
- Sep 1, 2015
I was never into jazz or blues until I got dragged to a few festivals by an ex. I got a much better appreciation of it then.Not at all Bruce on the taste thing.
I was classically trained in Piano as an example and I cannot stand Mozart, I am all about Beethoven.
That is the individuality that music reflects.
I cannot stand Jazz....and I don’t mean Tevanga....oh sure I like some Jazz anthems but I find the genre grossly overrated American constipation.
Moral of the story...someone can be a crazy good player of a sound...but if you dont like the sound so what....you are allowed.
Just like I am gonna declare here and now Miles Davis is an overrated noise blasting American Bs Trumpet blower.
Whoa sacrilidge lots of black peole wanna suck his horn.....whatever It is just noise to me...I dont like the Trumpet period so.....Mr Davis go play somewhere I am not..
It is difficult music to play, a bit like complicated guitar riffs so the true fans appreciate that skill as much as the sound.
I imagine if one was an an African American in the south or the Great Lakes industrial area it would have been quite enjoyable to them.
A bit like Pink Floyd, who I had no interest at all in the 60s, mind you their stuff then was really out there, but their later stuff is timeless IMO.
Just a question, the Eagles music sounds a it bland at times, but try singing Hotel California at a karaoke bar when you are pissed. Don Henley is one hell of a singer.