Peter Pan and I have a little bit in common. I still listen to the same rock and roll that I did in grade school, but my horizons have broadened over the years to include jazz, blues, country and even some hip-hop. I have a saying: "Music is my friend". It picks you up when you need it to, it shares your emotions on command. I spent seven years as a DJ in 4 different Houston, Texas area nightclubs, and there was nothing quite so gratifying as getting paid to play records all night (yes, I said records, I am THAT old). I acquired a gigantic record collection during this time, I also acquired my brothers huge collection after he passed on in 2001, so now it numbers somewhere around 6000 LPs, and 1000 CDs or so. When I'm feeling down, I gravitate toward the Blues, like Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Clapton. When I'm mellow and introspective, Steely Dan,Yes,Spock's Beard,JJ Cale, 10cc and others. When I need to feel better, Elvis, The Beatles, Heart, Styx, Queen and more does the trick. When I'm ready to party, the list is huge, and it includes Jimi Hendrix, Foreigner, Foghat, 10 Years After, Rainbow, Frank Zappa, and on and on and on. My wife has indoctrinated me with country artists like Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, and her Ipod is loaded with Reba McEntire, whom I have slowly but surely taken a fancy to. In closing, I will say this: Do not limit yourself to one genre for your musical tastes. Music is like an all-you-can-eat buffet. Grab a plate and try a little bit of everything-as long as you allow your mind to be truly open-and you will discover a wealth of enjoyment in some unlikely places.