Started listening to classical music when I was really young - after all, that was the music in cartoons. LOL But was 13 when I started listening to it on the radio. Still listen, it's what my vehicle radio is tuned to. Grew up with 40s, 50s, 60s, rock & roll, and thanks to the web, can still listen when I want. Into some blues too. But mostly classical, and some of it just begs to be turned up, like 1812 Overture, and Ride of the Valkeries. Otherwise, mostly low key. And then there's always Elmer Fudd singing I Killed The Wabbet. LMAO :laugh2:I only listen to classical music.... period. I got into the habit when studying in seminary. I have never been able to understand why people think music has to be loud to be good. Case in point- our church now plays music so loud that I wear earplugs during the service for music. I can even hear the sermon with the earplugs! I do have a collection of cassette tapes (shows how old they are) and CDs of several genre but still prefer the classical. Like the old R&R as it takes me back to the good ol' days.