i completely understand what you are talking about, especially chissler and carrot
the way the DJ and other older people act just shows their arrogance towards people who are younger than they.
music is universal, it doesn.t matter at what time it has been made.
when i grew up my brother, now a musician by himself, was (and is still fond) of bach, beethoven, mozart, later he also got fond of jazz musician like
albert mangelsdorff (a german jazz trombonist).
he was 6 when he got in touch with bach, now he plays bach on the organ.
was he to young for that, nope, nobody would ever admited that.
so it is nonsense that somebody is to old or to young for a certain music.
music is a language, music communicates (at least that is what it should do)
and if this kind of language, this special language touches your soul, your heart than you are at the right age for it, and it is the right music for
my ex always claimed he was to young to get to know of the beatles.
that was not the truth, he just didn.t liked the beatles, but didn.t wanted to admit it.
he prefered genesis, not a bad band.
when i look at myself: i like different kind of music: jazz, pop, rock, country, classic, and these days i detected a certain affinity for electronic
am i to old to young ?
i don.t know and i don.t care.
all i know is that some people are to arrogant to acknowledge that even younger people than they are might be able to have knowlegde, experiences or
skills they never will have.
but don.t allow this kind of people to mess up your life and your taste in music.