I'm a "stuck-in-the-70s" person, I suppose. Though, considering the odd variety of music I listen to now, I guess that's not fair. It's just that I once loved ONJ, Cliff Richard, ELO, Alan Parsons Project, and other 70s musicians so much that I was certain I'd never develop an appreciation of other music. But now I've gone through many phases and enjoy (or sometimes just tolerate) a much wider variety of music. I may like only one tune by an artist or every tune, but if it is "musical" in nature rather than loud enough you can't decipher either tune or lyric, then I might like it. Touch it with a strong currant of emotions and it works ever better. Follow the tune rather than go off into the abyss when you sing, and I'll appreciate you far, far more. A little hint of sway here and there, an added personal note now and then - that's fine. But I truly have great disdain for "music" that consists of whining, a current trend highly favored by American Idol judges, and many young people, it seems.