Will I Still Listen To Metal (Meshuggah, Slipknot, Tool...) When I'm 80 Years Old?

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Rick Beato

17 күн мурун

In this episode I question what my musical tastes will be like in 30 years and talk about how most people typically enjoy the music they heard in their youth and early 20's.
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klaus486 8 саат мурун
I’m almost 52 and listen to heavier music more now than I have in the last 20+ years. 👍🏼👍🏼
Darkman24 18 саат мурун
31 now Growing up - Journey, Metallica, Led Zep, STP, DMB Highschool - Dream Theater, Sym X, A7X, Kamelot College - same as before After drumming on twitch - Gojira, Strapping Young Lad, Devin Townsend, Skeletoon, Twilight Force, Death, Glory Hammer, Riverside, Karnivool, Beartooth, XJapan, XYZ and more. It is incredible when you open yourself up to others what others can bring to you. Growing up i was a metal head and stoner music fan because of my older brothers, now I like the more heavy melodic metal and power metal. My fav band is Dream Theater and I don't think that will change ever b/c of what they have done for me music wise in my career. I think our ears change over time...We hear new things in music that makes us want to listen to different things. I still like all the bands from my past, but I am discovering more and more bands now that is "need" to listen to. I don't think my tastes will change, I will still drive around blaring metal with the widows down....well maybe not when i am 80 b/c i will be cold! LUL
Michael DeYoung
Michael DeYoung 22 саат мурун
Why would you listen to anything other than Tool when you're about to ascend to another plain?
David Bemerguy
David Bemerguy Күн мурун
You don’t need to be a headbanger to appreciate good metal. In fact I dress like a lawyer even I am not a lawyer and I believe that nobody imagines what I listen behind the headphones! 😝😝
David Bemerguy
David Bemerguy Күн мурун
Ok, I am still 36, but still listen. I don’t know about the future but I am sure I won’t listen to kpop
K B Күн мурун
I remember my dad telling me when I was an early teen, "You won't like this music when you're a grownup" (it was in the middle of a Foghat record that made my dad super irritated!). Years later, yes, my tastes have evolved, and I love so many genres, but I still love Foghat, and all the great records from that era of my life.
Shailendra Ahangama
Shailendra Ahangama 4 саат мурун
Funnily I happened to want to try out Foghat, what's a good album of theirs to try out?
Mike Mckinnon
Mike Mckinnon Күн мурун
I'm 46 and my most played albums are all by Megadeth, Anthrax, Gojira, Avatar, Anacrusis, etc.
The Silence Killer
The Silence Killer Күн мурун
Bruh, I'm gonna play meshugga until I'm 813198624182641982647 years old
David Singleton
David Singleton Күн мурун
I grew up on classic rock and then metal and alternative. Now I’m 50 and as far as playing and singing I’m gravitating to folk, country, and bluegrass. I’m the guy standing next to the campfire sipping whiskey and singing tunes
NiNi Na
NiNi Na Күн мурун
Depending on how hard your hearing gets Metal may be a really good option. 😄 Listen to whatever you feel like. It might also depend on mood. Yes, please interview Peter, old people like him are rare gems! ♥️
Oliver Angermüller
Oliver Angermüller 2 күн мурун
I'm born in 1968. Around 13 I was a die hard Kiss fan and only listened to them. Then I added ACDC and all the british metal bands. But that was it for a long time. And one day I discovered Dream Theater. And from that day my musical taste extended. Today I listen to all sorts of progressive music. From all the classics like Genesis, Yes, Rush to the new bands. And thanks to KGglobal I discover so much good prog bands I never heard of before. I would like to see your to 10 list of best prog songs or prog gourps. I hope and think that I will listen to that kind of music till my final days. Keep on your good work!
Steve Isham
Steve Isham 2 күн мурун
I want to see the Peter Smart interview!!
Patrick Tracy
Patrick Tracy 2 күн мурун
I think there was an assumption in the past that, beyond a certain age, a person would retire and withdraw from the world. They'd live in years of reminiscence, and become dismissive of more modern ways or fashions. In today's world, that is still a choice that a person can make, but it doesn't seem like a productive one. There are always new artistic ventures being undertaken, and wholly ignoring everything beyond "the music of your youth" is a tragic viewpoint. Now, there's always a large preponderance of mediocre stuff being put forward, so it's valid to seek only the genuine talents of the day... In terms of listening, I think we listen to recapture a feeling or an energy. What energy any of us will need when we're in our eighties is an unknown. As for playing...we all hope to have the motor skills left by then to play fast or difficult stuff (I barely do now!). I know that, as you spoke of jazz, many greats in that genre have continued playing at a very high level into their advanced years. Will you still want to rock at 80? Man, I hope so.
James Edens
James Edens 2 күн мурун
I think you will still like the same type of music you grew up with, but you will also expand your musical taste to include other genres, both new and old.
Steven Hopkins
Steven Hopkins 2 күн мурун
Oh man, I'm super curious what model/year that SG is. That thing's a beaut! Love your channel, Rick!
Gunther Mampaey
Gunther Mampaey 2 күн мурун
My music choice is soo various, for many various reasons. Even classic music, and tomorrow maybe Metal, the day after Motown sounds. Music for me means feelings. Can't explain it, I just feel the music. That's why I mix music? Probably. With the years the pallet of genres just get broader. 55 at the moment. And to be honest, I'm not busy with what will I listen to when I'm older (if I get there) I know it's pretty much the same as now. From Classic to Metal. Yeah.
Dimitrije Radosavljević
Dimitrije Radosavljević 2 күн мурун
Rick is the cool dad everyone wants
Bill Regan
Bill Regan 3 күн мурун
My tastes have changed. I grew up and started playing guitar in the 90s with grunge and hard rock. In 2006 I visited Jamaica and really discovered Bob Marley for the first time. Then I started taking a deep dive into Jimmy Buffett, who it turns out is one of the best song writers ever (even Bob Dylan says so). I still enjoy cranking up some 80s/90s rock but my tastes definitely skew lighter and funner these days. I’ve also really gotten into big band, swing and jazz too. I’m all over the place. Lol
Sandro Oliveira
Sandro Oliveira 3 күн мурун
I'll keep playing till my 120's.I'm 50 and feeling better than when I was 25.
Neo Monk
Neo Monk 3 күн мурун
Ill be 60 this year and LOVE metal more than ever. Metal to the last breath.
Øyvind Bjørgo
Øyvind Bjørgo 3 күн мурун
Of course you will. You'll probably also enjoy stuff that hasn't been released yet. If you're not stuck in your ways entering your 60s, it's unlikely that you'll suddenly go "nah, I'm good."
Martin Ward
Martin Ward 3 күн мурун
I’m 67 and listen to (and still buy) a huge cross section of music, including rock and pop, jazz, classical, and world music. I’ve never really been that into the metal genre, but I don’t really consider Led Zeppelin metal - a lot of their stuff has real folk structures to it. Acoustic based stuff is my real go-to, but as I said, I listen to lots of stuff. That said, bands like Black Sabbath and AC/DC have become much more palatable to me now, maybe because so much of metal has pushed so far out there that those bands seem more musical to me now than they used to. I’ve always been pulled in by lyrics and interesting musicality, and much of metal just isn’t that musically interesting to me.
Dariia 3 күн мурун
I’m 23 and I’ve been actively listening to music since I was 6-7 years old. First few years I just listened to whatever was popular then (so basically pop and hip-hop), but then I was introduced to Linkin park when I was around 10 and thanks to LP I figured out I love music. I’ve been listening to progressively heavier stuff since that fateful day I heard my first LP song. I seriously think I might still be listening to stuff like Currents or Polaris in my 40s and 50s. And I’m sure I’ll still be listening to the first 3 LP albums, at least for nostalgia reasons if nothing else
Moe Ball
Moe Ball 3 күн мурун
Curious if Rick or anyone else is listening to Exhorder and what you think. I especially liked the album Mourn the Southern Skies.
Peter Jowett
Peter Jowett 3 күн мурун
So being 55 and still cranking metal is OK then? Whew... Man, I listen to WAY heavier music now than I did in my 20's. But, I have a much broader scope of enjoyment too. You're probably a big part of that, Rick.
Vincent Van gogh
Vincent Van gogh 3 күн мурун
Rick Beato is The coolest Dad in youtube, but wait Les Paul still played guitar in his 90s
Muck006 3 күн мурун
Always remember Keith Emerson ... and Phil Collins ... when it comes to "will I still play guitar at 90".
Matt Lebel
Matt Lebel 3 күн мурун
My mom asked me a few years ago what I would be listening to when I'm old (I'm 46 now) and I told her it would be Megadeth and Slayer and Nevermore and Beastie Boys and all the stuff I've listened to since high school. And she was like "So when you're old you're still going to listen to heavy metal?!" I'm like "mom, you don't just turn 70 and then you're like ok it's all classical and Mozart from now until I die." There is definitely a weird generational change with music. When we were kids we couldn't picture some old grandma jamming out to Megadeth, because they had no reason to. They listened to what they grew up with. Gen X is the generation who grew up with thrash and death metal, so we will be the first generation listening to extreme and totally atypical music for a nursing home resident to be listening to. We will also be playing video games.
Farhandfiction 3 күн мурун
There is never to late to form a metalband rick 😀
Sky my love
Sky my love 3 күн мурун
I'm 42, i listen to Soundgarden, Metallica, Nirvana, Pearl jam, Billie Eilish, Led Zeppelin, Beatles, Guns and Roses, little Richard, Creadle Clearwater revival, and so on. I can tell you that I don't think i will change my musical option anytime .Don't care how old i am. My 12 year doughter introduced me to Billie Eilish maybe because she grew up listening to what i mentioned above, but I'm do glad i was born in the 70's cause that is what makes me feel happy.
NotoriusDrifter 10 саат мурун
Try Drum and Bass, try some Jazz, try Reggae, try dubstep, house, techno. I dunno man... There is lots of stuff
Peter Warwick
Peter Warwick 4 күн мурун
Rick, love all your videos. Wonder if you could do one about Ritchie Blackmore and Deep Purple sometime?
Rodrigo DeTh
Rodrigo DeTh 4 күн мурун
I won't live too much, so I'm not worried about my future.
Theo Pinson
Theo Pinson 4 күн мурун
How have you not done a What Makes This Song Great for Meshuggah?? Anyways, my tastes have actually gotten heavier. I used to not really like harsh vocals and honestly was probably influenced by peer influence...it was embarrassing to listen to “cookie monster music.” As I’ve gotten older (late 30s now) I give less of a crap about that and just listen to what I want whether it’s Cannibal Corpse or Dua Lipa. I don’t see that changing.
cikame 4 күн мурун
I think about age and musical tastes all the time, i'm the most music obsessed person i know non of my family listen to music besides what's on the tv, my friends listened to the same music as me in school, but it's background noise to them now and i never stopped listening to the music i love. I'm 31 now and i keep wondering if i'll start mellowing out at any point but it hasn't happened yet, in fact since the music i like gets made less and less these days i started looking for anything to grab onto and that was even heavier metal, so i think it's interesting that i seem to be going in the opposite direction.
Tom Unkown
Tom Unkown 4 күн мурун
Yeh man, I started on metal when I was like 5, 35 now, will definitely be still listening to it when I'm 80 haha
April Kurtz
April Kurtz 4 күн мурун
I listened to punk rock when I was in my teens, early 20's and I enjoyed the grunge era a lot because of what I listened to as a kid.
Brandon Eph
Brandon Eph 4 күн мурун
i’m a riff guy too.. I hear a riff and have to learn it. Nice gear, way to do the songs justice. Just turned 40 myself, i’ll be playing suffocation riffs when i’m 80, but do believe the older and more “aware” you get, the more aware of the little nuances in different styles of music that turn you on to it. Like how watching you play old school solos ads a new respect to it for me that makes me wanna learn some that i grasped.. Boston, Journey, Rosana.. All those riffs i heard a million times but didn’t actually HEAR them until you played the solos in your other video.
Jaume Piña Plomer
Jaume Piña Plomer 4 күн мурун
Meshuggah destroys any other metal band it's compared with in a single second. It's absolutely second to none. In fact, for me it's such an absession, it's kind of an insult to label it a metal band, because it's much more than that.
John Welsh
John Welsh 5 күн мурун
The only thing I think about as I get older (now 58) is that I will eventually run out of time to revisit some of the music I didn't delve into deep enough when it was new and I was younger, or music I didn't really investigate at all because there was only so much time in the day and so much cool music that I wanted to check out. As I've gotten older, my sensibility about many different genre of music has grown, as has my knowledge and understanding of music more comprehensively speaking (theory, composition, arrangement, etc.) which has only served to make me more and more interested in a larger and broader universe of music. There is just so much cool, interesting, and amazing music that I want to study and learn to play, or at the very least, listen to closely and understand what is going on in a song or a style, or whatever. Sometimes I have to stop and say to myself, "How the hell did I miss that?" Then I write it down on a piece of paper, or put it in my phone to 'definitely' spend some time researching that music later. Over the last few years, I've amassed boxes and boxes of these pieces of paper. I have to live to be 90 or 100, I've got too much work to do and I'm already behind a decade or so. Or, I get an idea for my own music from something I hear for the first time or hear something I didn't hear before in some music I've heard a bunch of times. Short of some physical limitations or illness, I think I'll always be into intense music like fusion, hard rock, or the really advanced progressive metal that is prominent now. It just hits me somewhere in my soul. Christ, I never listened to much Slipknot when they were new, but I heard Nero Forte the other day for the first time (I know, where have I been, right) and I nearly lost it - couldn't get home fast enough to try to learn it! Not that complex, but damn, I felt like I was 25 again. Love that I can still get that excited about music.
Minor Influence
Minor Influence 5 күн мурун
Them to a teenage me: you’ll grow out of that heavy music Me a 28 year old getting into heavier and heavier music: yeah ok. I’m my teenage years I was not into bands like Gojira, eyehategod, etc. and now I do. I believe that you will grow to like that stuff on your journey with heavy music. The growl is done tastefully then you find you want more. I wish I liked Gojira earlier but like life music is a journey and I needed to like that stuff when I started to like it. If that makes sense
Billionaire2033 5 күн мурун
Yes I hear ya but I'm reverse. I'm 59 myself and have loved Rock all my life but grew up with country. But real recently I have gotten into studying music more and have gotten into classical. And I'm in love with Orchestras. The different setups and choices of instruments chosen, the politics in it such like the conductor and 1st violin's etc. It's just interesting to me now. 30 years ago I would have you're crazy and probably would have even said I probably won't still be alive in 30 years but here we are.
nilentropy 5 күн мурун
Metal is life
Bierguy303 5 күн мурун
Comment for algorithm.
xeno42alpha 5 күн мурун
…now I have an image of a 90 year old Rick Beato on a walker rocking out to Smells like Teen Spirit stuck in my head…
MikeMeierJapan 5 күн мурун
Good question! I remember growing up with the first Metal wave, but by 2000, most ppl around me stopped listening to heavy music. But you know what, I still like all genres of music, from Pop, Jazz, Classic, Rap and Even Brutal or Black Metal. You should see my iPod list, lol. And I get my kids to listen to everything as well.
Gary Heinstrom
Gary Heinstrom 5 күн мурун
Happy belated birthday.
adam 6 күн мурун
god you're so wholesome
Swiss Army Knight
Swiss Army Knight 6 күн мурун
I've been into Sabbath, Alice, and Floyd for almost 30 years already so far, so fuck yes I'll still be spilling bong water on my Big Muff at 90.
Ross Miller
Ross Miller 6 күн мурун
Rick: I think an amazing follow-up to this would be to interview Bob Heil. Amazingly nice guy with seemingly endless energy and enthusiasm. He's 80 now, and that I know of still goes out on tour at times with some artists. I imagine he would have an excellent take on this question!
ne2i 6 күн мурун
Who needs high end that you cant really hear at that age. Its all about the impact of the bottom.
John Forbes
John Forbes 6 күн мурун
I'm 59 like Rick and I will be listening to The Beatles , Zeppelin and Judas Priest when I'm 80 however my listening tastes simply continue to expand. It comes with taking time to discover other artists or trends / styles going on both in the past and present. Imagine listening to Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66 or Joao Gilberto THEN putting on Priest. It packs more of a wallop believe me ! Its all gonna depend on my mood that day way out in the future. Its all pure joy !
Andrew Webster
Andrew Webster 6 күн мурун
I've gotten into heavier stuff the older I get. I turn 40 this year. Started with Beach Boys and Creedence. Got a bit lost in my early teens, then discovered Metallica, AIC, RATM, Tool. These stuck for my late teens. Then I moved into Mastodon and got my first taste of unclean vocals. Took a while to take, but now it's Gojira, LoG, Possessed, Avatar, Trivium, Zeal & Ardor. I heard some of the new Cannibal Corpse the other day and Rivers of Nihil and thought it sounded pretty decent. I still love the Beach Boys and all the others, but definitely gravitate towards the heavier stuff.
james massey
james massey 6 күн мурун
While the answer is irrelevant, the mental image of RB head banging at 90 is priceless....
bigozs 6 күн мурун
Get Peter on!
Julian Emdon
Julian Emdon 6 күн мурун
Some brains are built never to lose that 'teenage music rush', I'm one of them, still getting into new music age 41.
BrotherDevious 6 күн мурун
There's just something about a black Les Paul...
maddruid 7 күн мурун
I'll never stop liking Tool, Radiohead, Satriani, and Buckethead, but I also listen to new stuff that my daughter brings me like Jack Stauber, Cavetown, and Mother Mother,
Gabriel Cyr
Gabriel Cyr 7 күн мурун
I am now 33 years old and my ear really is getting better every year at listening to richer - and more complex - music. However, I grew up with System of a Down / Korn / Limp Bizkit and although I will skip any other band's song once in a while, I will NEVER skip one of these 3 bands. Ever. Very interesting topic as I asked myself the same thing. Keep it up Rick, I enjoy your work!
Felipe Torres
Felipe Torres 7 күн мурун
Zeppelin til forever \..,/
djs4o4 7 күн мурун
I'm 49, grew up with the 80s hair bands in High school than completely flipped to grunge. Love all types of music and as I've gotten older I gravitate to more blues influenced country as I gravitated to blues influenced grunge like Alice in Chains. But I will always and forever appreciate being in college at the time of Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, and on and on as to me it's the greatest period of music and there will never be a better time again. But will I still ne listening to Tool in my 90's, damn straight!!
Sol Luna
Sol Luna 7 күн мурун
Well, our Ozz man is one of the oldest+ a pioneer of rock/metal. Ask him if he’d never get into this at an old age, I’ll wait
Harley Haggis
Harley Haggis 7 күн мурун
I’m 56 , played guitar, bouzouki , mandolin and stringed fretted instruments for as long as I can remember- I was born in 1965 The music I listen to now , I’ve been listening to for the last 35 years - the same stuff ...... jethro Tull , slade , zeppelin , tool , heart , wishbone ash , canned heat , focus , zz top , Steve Earl , early reo speedwaggon , cream, bob Seeger, small faces , t-Rex , SRV , Jimi, nightwish , horslips, Chris rea, dr feelgood , the stones , Leo kottke , The seahorses , dire straits , Rory Gallagher and Simon & Garfunkel . Plus a few others ..... I reckon I’ll listen to that stuff till I croak !
Drew Norris
Drew Norris 7 күн мурун
I always find more music I enjoy and want to play. It may take a while to listen to music I like again, but I usually get around to it and love it just as much. I think the access to a massive variety of music is one of the greatest things we have in the modern world.
Bruno Santos
Bruno Santos 7 күн мурун
I always thought that, at least to my experience, you lose that notion of "guilty pleasure" about the stuff that you liked when you were a kid, which in my case is stuff like Duran Duran because you don't give a fuck and it's actually good music and at the same time you search for stuff that challenges you. That's how I found The Dillinger Escape Plan some 15 years ago, give or take. If you like music, without the charge of being knowledgeable, you search for stuff that challenges you. Here's one: a few years ago me and a friend went to a music festival with Sleaford Mods, Aphex Twin, Royal Trux, Shellac... and the concert that blew me away, both mentally and physically were The Swans. Fucking hell man, never in my life I heard such a painful wall of sound and came out of it aching and smiling!
Bruno Santos
Bruno Santos 7 күн мурун
You got me at metal, man.
OnnoVO 7 күн мурун
as a 13yr old i switches my music taste from ariana grande and stuff to coldplay, guns n roses, u2 and even more now.
Scott Garrett
Scott Garrett 7 күн мурун
I'm 59 too and Bon Scott era AC/DC and Ozzy era Black Sabbath is still some of my favorite music to play and listen to. I think I'm still growing in my music tastes and listen to stuff I wouldn't have listened to in my youth. Long story short may not be able to bang my head but I'll still be listening to metal. As well as music I'm sure hasn't even been invented yet.
Paul Tibbs
Paul Tibbs 7 күн мурун
The most recent concert I went to (pre-Corona) was Blue Öyster Cult. If they love it enough to keep playing it, I love it enough to keep hearing it! (btw, they have a new album out.) I have a couple of thousand physical albums (vinyl, CD, even some cassettes). I do like a little of what I hear these days - there was pure pap made in every decade! - but that doesn't mean that I grew to dislike anything I used to like. I just don't have enough time left to play it all again! p.s. I even have a Meshuggah album.
Hartland Guitars
Hartland Guitars 7 күн мурун
Tastes change, man -- but there always a nostalgic value to things.. I rediscovered Mayhem the other day after about ten odd years, and that was fun blaring it in the car, for a while haha.. then back to my current steady diet of Sco xx
Ralph Byers
Ralph Byers 7 күн мурун
The answer is YES, Rick! My dad saw The Jimi Hendrix Experience in Chicago when I was a little boy. He was blasting Hendrix until he died of old age. You still love what you love even in old age. Ps, I’m two years younger than you, Rick, and I still love all of the music from every stage of life.
djguydan 7 күн мурун
This video motivated me to now want kids and live to 80, just so I can blast out a crazy playlist: Jojo Mayer to John Mayer to Between the Buried and Me to Sum41 to Yes.
Gangbura Teron
Gangbura Teron 7 күн мурун
I dont like any music any more...I dont like any sounds any more...Iwant to hear the sound of God now...Also I could not even finish the video,, Im searching for something else, Can any one suggest me something that will make my heart calm...
Yiannis2112 7 күн мурун
Will I still listen to metal? Unless you listen to metal, you won't know. Witherfall, Savage Messiah, Enforcer, Avatarium, Shrapnel, Sanhedrin, Atlantean Kodex, Sorcerer, Eternal Champion, Traveler, Gygax, Evile, Stallion, Screamer, Air Raid, Ambush, Wheel, Solicitor, Ancient Empire, Silver Talon, Leviathan, Voyager, Pantommind, Suicide Angels, Divided Multitude, Roadwolf, High Spirits, Spell, The Quill, Horizont, Lucifer, Beastmaker etc
Jericho James DC
Jericho James DC 7 күн мурун
I see a rectifier... I click....
InsertMetalUsernameHere 7 күн мурун
I'm already a grump about music. Kids today don't know what real music is, listen to the bands from the 80s,90s and early 2000s type of grump.
Just Sheilz
Just Sheilz 7 күн мурун
I still enjoy the same type of music from my youth. Im not 80 - yet but Im still in the same genre as 30-40 years ago.
Samuel GARCIA PEREZ 8 күн мурун
All in for a video with Peter. What an inspiring dude! 🔥🔥
Robert Hansen
Robert Hansen 8 күн мурун
I'm 50 years old and I still like to rock it out. I mean why not I love that stuff. I say just keep on rocking! You know Gene Simmons and kiss had a song God gave Rock and roll to everyone! You know I mean I don't listen to a lot of it as much but I love the new metal that's out. I'm a big Maynard fan. I love a perfect circle especially 13th step. I love porcupine tree. I love all that great stuff! Keep on rocking!
8thlvlMage 8 күн мурун
That look at the camera during Forty Six & 2 was priceless!!
TFC 8 күн мурун
I was asking myself the same question recently, but then I realized that the lifespan of male population in my country is 72 years, so I’m not bothered by that question anymore as I will be headbanging in hell by then
B F 8 күн мурун
I love sound. The little sounds that happen once or twice in a song - makes you rewind it and figure out what it is. I grew up on Motown and folk music thanks to my parents. Grunge was it for me in high school. I'm in my mid 40's and am open to all music genres - I hope to still be discovering new music into my late years of life. I also got back into playing guitar - and hope to continue to play late in life
Joseph Ragusa
Joseph Ragusa 8 күн мурун
I feel like as I age I become less of a try hard then I was when I was in high school and enjoy a wider range of music. Although I am still pretty selective because I'm always listening for well this musician is playing this genre alright cool what are they doing too break the mold. What males them stand out from others within the genre.
TheJamesGunson 8 күн мурун
Rick, you are of a different breed of music lover as it is your life and business. You dig it all if it is done well, my parents like yours were into the big bands and popular music of their eras, but they liked music enough to let and encourage my brother and myself to go to anything and I mean anything, as a kid I went to the symphony as much as to the area rock shows and jazz clubs, I like what I am in the mood for and always will.
Norton Newmann
Norton Newmann 8 күн мурун
Am I wrong in that there was a seismic shift in music in the 1960s with the British invasion? And music hasn't changed that drastically since... That's 60+ years! It started shifting in the late 50s, but really took off about 1964...
GTODad73 8 күн мурун
And....46 and 2 the 1st song I taught myself when I was re-learning guitar.
GTODad73 8 күн мурун
Yes.....yes I willl
GTODad73 8 күн мурун
Actually....my taste in music seems to get more "brutal" the older I get. I didn't start learning to play bands like 36 Crazyfist, Atreyu, Monster Truck, Hatebreed and Danko Jones until I was well into my mid 40's.
LaepsynPaepsyn 8 күн мурун
You'll probably be doing "What makes this song great" on ancient Voivod and King Crimson and the latest 2040's pop-fusion-big band-nanometal. And we'll be rocking out with you.
Jennifer Doneske
Jennifer Doneske 8 күн мурун
I've actually gotten into more aggressive music as I've gotten older than I was into when I was in high school. My favorite musician in my teens and twenties was Richard Marx, followed by others like Thomas Dolby, Corey Hart, Phil Collins, and Peter Gabriel. I actually thought at the time that I hated metal, but I've discovered in the last several years that I had a very misconceived idea of what metal even was, and at age 41, metal is now the primary genre I listen to. Granted, a lot of it is stuff from the time I was still in my teens and twenties and missed the opportunity to be a contemporary fan of (like Disturbed, Rammstein, Tool, Linkin Park, Type O Negative, etc.), but I've also found a lot of newer stuff, too, and all of it is stuff 16-year-old me would have completely turned her nose up at. 😂
Tobias Ommer
Tobias Ommer 8 күн мурун
Almost 30 now and I've had a bit of a journey through genres. Or subgenres maybe. That is, until I found prog, tech and jazz. For everything I used to listen to before that, I've outgrown it at some point but there are always those couple songs or bands that are still great. E.g. I had a Melodic Death Metal phase and while I wouldn't listen to much of it today, Soilwork (especially the Figure Number Five album) will always be a great band to me. I also had a bit of a djent phase and used to like anything close to it, now it's just the very best bits I still listen to. Most of the new stuff I find now isn't even metal anymore (though Tech Death was my last new thing before diving into some Jazz) but microtonal Turkish folk music or Funk or whatever. So the journey through genres and the discovery of new sounds has never stopped for me but I still love some of the old stuff. It just takes time to see which songs and bands are great enough to truly stick. And it seems with age I keep finding better music bc I keep listening to more of it.
Robert Gibbons
Robert Gibbons 8 күн мурун
Rick is God
Niklas Lahti
Niklas Lahti 8 күн мурун
I like MORE music. Just liked metal growing up, now alot more!
Макеевелли 8 күн мурун
0:18 ))) Wake me up!
Tyler Blanchard
Tyler Blanchard 8 күн мурун
You should 100% check out "Chimpspanner". Its all instrumental, heavy yet melodic 8 string stuff. Very atmospheric, super cool, I think youd dig it!
Hemibass 8 күн мурун
I REALLY hope I still like Rush and Primus and Yes etc in old age. Can't imagine ever going off them
Frederick 8 күн мурун
I'm 56 and I used to hate hair band pompous and guitar solo type rock...I was into punk and new wave. Now a lot of the new wave (but not the punk stuff...that still rocks) is almost unlistenable to me now and I've gone back to discovering the rock stuff I hated before. And loving it. My current distaste is for modern pop rock that all sounds the same...whining complaining crying versus and then loud screamy emotionally immature overly compressed choruses. Not all of it, but there's so much "me too" out there. Always searching for originality. That being said, I like all genres of music and am studying metal and pop music production. Call out to my favorite "new" band Jinjer! LOVE WHAT YOU DO BEATO...will definitely be listening to you until one of us kicks first! haha
D B 9 күн мурун
You played all my faves, must admit though I've only gotten into most of these bands since I started working outdoors. It all speaks to me in such powerful ways, especially as I lever plants into the ground with my spade.
Zeig Bert
Zeig Bert 9 күн мурун
I think my favourites will always be what I grew up with. As far as playing goes the same except that increasingly your body/memory will fail you.
Randal Medzoyan
Randal Medzoyan 9 күн мурун
I predict you will still enjoy playing those riffs, but you will not listen to those recordings as much.
stanosaur 9 күн мурун
I'm older now than I ever was and I play music LOUDER than anybody! stanosaur
Klaas1991 9 күн мурун
I started listening to rock music when I was 13, it began with AC/DC and Nirvana. Around the time I was 16 started listening to Metallica, Motorhead, Maiden, and a lot of metal bands. By 25 years listened more to classic rock, 60's & 70's bands and blues. Now I'm turning 30 and I find myself still listening to bands I started with!
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