quote:Originally posted by dsnito
Maybe does not because youth's taste changes everytime?? But should not the good music ALWAYS be good?? I see myself at my 90 still listening(if I'll still be able to hear)to THE BEATLES. Who knows if nowaday's youth will be listening to ermmm...Wallflowers, Counting Crows, Suede, Radiohead, such 90's and 2000's group/artists until their 80, 90 y.o.?? I don't know...
Valid point, Nito! Good music should have staying power.
However, there are a lot of great albums out there that didn't have this mass appeal. I've often mentioned Roger Taylor's "Happiness" - which is one of the finest albums I've ever had the pleasure of listening to, but is very difficult to come by nowadays. So it won't be remembered by all as a timeless classic . . . oh well . . .