Rocketman, I agree with you. I think a lot of it has to do with when you grew up. I was in high school (1954-1958) when rock and roll began. What a wonderful time that was! We went from the big band era to rock and roll. Wow! What a revolution. Everything after that is a result of what happened then. Now, lots of folks liked Elvis. He was good, but there were several others I liked better including: Jerry Lee Lewis, The Big Bopper, Buddy Holly, Fat's Domino, Gene Vincent, Little Richard, Duane Eddy, Carl Perkins, and the one hit wonder - Frog Man Henry. I did not like Ricky Nelson. He had only one good tune, and that was Garden Party. What a thrill it was to be a teenager, when it all started. Oh, I also liked Mickey and Sylvia, but that was not rock and roll. A couple of quiz questions for you rock and roll addicts. Who coined the term "rock and roll", and what is the name of the movie about his life. Who sang Blue Suede Shoes Before Elivis? Who sang Hound Dog, albeit a very different version, before Elvis?