I could have swore there was a topic called music here someplace, if I missed it mod feel free to move this. Today I saw a great video of all these kids playing Led Zeppelin's Kashmir on the Xylophone. It really was pretty good. The kids were about 7 years old. I got to talking about this over lunch and my friend asked me what I thought about younger people finding the music we listened to and making it relevant again. Interestingly the things "discovered" are not always what was mainstream then. I thought about this and wondered if it is because of the trend by hipsters to love all things retro, and because they like vintage they are just finding stuff they think could be cool. You know at second hand shops or as hand me downs? Or is it more likely that what is happening is this- because of the electronic age and vast libraries these things are being found simply out of sheer numbers of people that liked it in the past?