If a person lives in just about any major US metropolitan area, he will usually find at least one station whose format is called "easy listening" or "soft rock." Occasionally I'll switch from my classical music station to listen to such a station. Invariably the station will play a tune that was borrowed from so-called popular music of, say, 50-60 years ago. A case in point might be those songs made popular by the Beatles (e.g., "I Want to Hold Your Hand"). The Beatles have gone on record as stating that they are more popular than Jesus Christ. I recall remarks made by preachers of that era that this group was representative of ALL of the so-called rock groups, past, present & future that perform music whose origin is "the pits of hell." Fast forward to today's easy listening stations that air that very same song but in a slower tempo and by orchestral instruments (violins, etc.). Should this type of music be directly connected with that of its origin? IOW, "What's good for the goose ought to be good enough for the gander," namely, it too needs to be roundly condemned, right? Please understand that I'm not one who spends sleepless nights worrying about such things as this, but OTOH, is this not something that ought to at least be up for some consideration? Comments?