>tfw no gf who shares my burning passion for 50/60-year-old country, blues, and rock 'n' roll music
Truth be told, I'm mostly interested in the music as opposed to the lyrics. Lately I've been huge into 50's rock 'n' roll, which is quite possibly the nadir of contemporary lyricism.
Pic related, 27-volume rockabilly collection from Christmas.
I've been dabbling into classical jazz lately, really like analyzing the musical progression of the older stuff vs the newer-wave Mic Steven's influenced typical uptempo stuff
Pic related, you faggots and your musical tastes
>tfw no bf to teach me about 50/60 year-old country, blues and rock 'n' roll music
>tfw can only talk Bout it with my mom and maybe one internet friend because everyone on the dadrock forum I use is more interested in prog and jazz than traditional/roots styles
I'm honestly the same, Anon, but with alternative 80s music.
Yup, same again.
>tfw only my dad shares the same taste
>tfw too sperg to go to a concert with friends so I go w/ my dad
Alright, who should I start listening to first? The closest to any of those genres I've listened to is folk- you know, musicians like Bob Dylan and Loudon Wainwright III (his earlier albums, of course)
>bawww why wont women share my love for the time when women werent equal to men
I wonder, anon. I really do.