I am old enough to remember when Chuck Berry and Elvis were kings. I have been blessed to live through all kinds of music. When I was young I wanted nothing to do with the music my parents liked. Over they years I have grown to appreciate all kinds of music. Django, Charlie Christian, Cab Calloway, Spike Jones to name a few of the older guys. It seems like a lot of the younger generation is still listening to things like Led Zepellin and the Beatles. I know not everyone but quite a few. Is that true or am I just out of touch? If it is true I have a theory. I believe that the gap between baby boomers and our parents was much wider than it is today. We did everything we could to be the opposite of them. Our parents were mostly terrified of drugs, were very against pre-marital sex and knew nothing about eastern religion. They were mostly politically conservative . But they were busy when they were young trying to survive the depression and fight the second world war. As a lot of us grew older we came to appreciate and respect our parents but not when we were young. "Don't trust anyone over 30" was a popular expression. Is there that big of a gap today? I don't think there is. What are your thoughts? If not , why not?