Anyway, today I entered to barn to the sounds of Indian music coming from his stereo. Traditional Indian music, not Bollywood schlock. This was followed by 1950s ballads.
The last time I was at the barn the same time Daniel was shoeing horses, he was playing Zydeco music. Before that, Celtic tunes. And the first time I encountered his musical taste he was playing 1960s rock while he worked.
I have to admit, I'm not a fan of country western music. I know, that's considered unamerican. But I grew up around jazz and classical musicians -- and jazz in an all-American genre. Nor do I care for hip-hop, and I'm not too enamored with the blues. But I like most other music. So I enjoy Daniel's eclectic music selection for shoeing horses.
What will we be listening to on his next visit to the barn? Klezmer music? Broadway show tunes? (Oklahoma might be appropriate.) Hawaiian slack string? This could prove interesting.
Just another pleasant surprise while settling in to the routine at CF.