I can't imagine not being curious WHY I like what I like, nor could I be content with the limitations of liking forever only what I like in any immediate moment. I am interested in developing my musical taste, not merely in indulging it. That's why I like music theory, and why I have all my life made myself listen to music (and study literature, art, philosophers) others praise but which (whom) I do not immediately like. At one time, I didn't get Ornette Coleman, but I worked at it. I used to think Mozart was trivial and formulaic, merely pretty; I was wrong. One of my favorite composers is Scriabin. I used to think he was just a curiosity with his silly color organs and worldwide symphonies, but I persisted and found his solo piano works. Once upon a time, I did not worship Django (!). And on and on and on. So no thanks to "I like what I like."