Do you think it is best to listen to music from "your era" or newer music that your kids listen to?
It seems to me sometimes that people from my generation can get "stuck" in the older music. I like to broaden my horizons and find a lot of the newer music very interesting and enjoyable.
I love my era though I listen to newer ones. I am not closing all my doors for new hits. It's just that I have a certain and unexplained connection to the music that I grow up to.
I think that you can listen to both but only if you like your children's music. I was raised with a wide variety, my mom was into Bobby Vincent, my dad big band, one brother Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Dave Clark 5, one brother Beatles and Three Dog Night and another was into Tull, I listened to all of there's and whatever else was on the radio and pretty much do the same thing now. I love music -- all kinds .. even country!!
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