I am a classic rocker. I was in high school from 68-72 and lived on Bob Seger, Led Zeppelin, Ten Years After, James Taylor, Carlie Simon, to name a few. And Bob has the same taste in music, so when we got married in 1975, music was one of those things we never argued about. The first big thing we ever bought as a married couple living in Germany was not a couch or a bed, oh no, it was a stereo receiver, speakers and a turntable. Being in the Army in Germany was great for stereo purchases! AAFES had unbelievable prices on top of the line stereo equipment. By the time we came home in 1978 (3 years later), we had acquired Bose & Pioneer speakers, a Pioneer turntable, a Pioneer receiver, a Teac reel to reel and a cassette player. Bob went through a new pair of head phones every few years, as it enabled him to listen to music while the kids were asleep or watching something on TV. Our love of music has trickled down genetically to our son, whom, when he had his house built 3 years ago, made sure it was wired for outside Bose speakers (ah, made his father proud!). Alas, as the years have passed, it seems the only time we really listen to music anymore is in the car or when we have people over the house (BBQs require speakers outside) or at birthday celebrations, or of course, at Christmas. So, before I even get out the Christmas decorations, I go to the CD player to load 5 Christmas discs. And what to my wondering eye should appear - St. Patrick's Day Irish Pub Songs! WTH??? Are you telling me the last time we listened to music on our stereo system was St. Patrick's Day???!!!!!
"I close my eyes, only for a moment, and the moment's gone. All my dreams, pass before my eyes, a curiosity. Dust in the wind, all they are is dust in the wind." Not so sure, but there may be something to this getting older crap!