I like music, and I try to listen to all kinds of music. Three or four years ago, I could "accept" all types of music, but now I can't. Based on what types of music and what bands I like, can you recommend me some albums? I like... Primus. This is on the top, the band is not too heavy, nor is it too light. The bass is definitely a main factor, also the weird funk. Bob Marley. I like this guy because I can listen to one of his songs and fall asleep; and when I wake up, I feel that I didn't miss much. Also, it's also because his music very relaxing. Buckethead. I don't like Buckethead's heavy stuff. I like the mellow stuff he plays. I could listen to COLMA all day. Stevie Wonder. This man puts a lot of soul into his music, and I can just listen to him sing one note for hours. Flecktones. My feelings towards this band is similar to my feeling towards Bob Marley. It's very relaxing. Sometimes it plays "nothing" but at times, the groove, the tension, and the intensity builds up, which is what makes the band unique. Christina Aguilera. I like her mellow stuff, nothing Pop-ish. Same goes for the mellow stuff by almost every other R&B singers. Colonel Claypool's Frog Brigade. I like the funkiness of this band, especially the funk in the bass and sax. I also love how some of the songs sound quite weird, but that's what makes this band very enjoyable. Eminem. In my mind, he's the best rapper. Most of his songs are very "powerful." Because he raps about his unhappy childhood and past, and also because he put so much strength into every word. Kenny G. He plays some cheezy and beautiful stuff. I wouldn't mind listening him hold an E while background makes some chord variations. Yo-Yo Ma & Bobby McFerrin. I only have one album - Hush. It's my favorite. Everything's very relaxing, but the technique both man has makes the album breathtaking. Victor Wooten. I'm a bass player, how can I not listen to him? So, what bands and albums would you recommend?