Time for some fun.
For each genre of music listed, record the first thing that pops into your head. Share your results with your friends and family for a laugh.
Avant-Garde: I don’t know what this is. I assume it has something to do with modern art, pretentions people, and cigarette holders.
Blues: Smoky night clubs. Trumpet players in turtlenecks and sport coats. Soul patches. Deep, deep depression.
Children’s: Annoying repetitive sounds. Creepy people in bright clothing. Bizarre, possibly murderous, cartoon characters.
Classical: Beautiful. Skillful. Formal clothing. What Heaven sounds like.
Christian: Worship. Goosebumps. Communion.
Country: Pickup trucks. Bikini tops and Daisy Dukes. Beer. Broken relationships.
Easy Listening: Forests. Tinkling bells. Saxophones.
Electronic: Pounding base. Sticky, over-sexed weirdos. Every song sounds the same.
Folk: Hippies. Incense. Protesting everything. Sitting on the ground.
Heavy Metal: Hair spray. The occult. Tassels and tight pants. Lots of screaming. Body odor. Zebra print. Eye liner.
Jazz: Slightly less depressed Blues singers.
Latin: Sexy chicks in minimal clothing shaking their butts. Carnival. Lucha Lirbre.
New Age: Wealthy hippies tripping through the cosmos. Transcendental meditation.
Pop: Empty calories. Crap tons of plastic surgery. Soulless. 50% of all pop lyrics are the word “Baby.” Phony people desperate for attention.
R&B: Silk shirts. Boys trying to pick up chicks. Harmony. Gold chains. Matching clothes.
Rap: Pimps and Hos. Shirtless dudes. $$$. Anger. Sex. Obnoxious thugs. Gangs. Drugs. Guns. Sketchy dudes wearing baggy pants that make them look like toddlers that have pooped themselves.
Reggae: Pot heads. Bright colors. 35 minute songs. Steel drums.
Rock and Roll: Leather. Fast cars. Short life-spans.
Show tunes/Musicals: Straight man poison. Irritating. Sparkly clothes. Dance numbers.