Of those, I only like Pink Floyd. I don't like most of Gilmour's solo stuff but I like most of Waters's solo stuff (Although his more recent solo stuff hasn't been that great to me).I have this really weird quirk where I like one band but not the off-shoot band, or I like the off-shoot but not the original. Idk what it is but it's happened several times.
Bob Dylan? No, just no. Travelling Wilburys? Hell yes.
Eric Clapton? Meh. Cream? Awesome.
Motley Crue? Hit and miss. Sixx:A.M.? Gods.
And the latest one, which I discovered today:
Misfits? Not my style. Danzig? Listenable in the right mood.
Beatles, Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Black Veil Brides. Love them all. Lead singers' solo stuff? Not so much.
I have fairly limited taste in music but more than that (I guess) I have never had much patience for exploring everything that is out there. I am not going to sit down and listen to something that isn't immediately appealing. Most of the stuff I do like, I got into it gradually through stuff I heard on the radio or something. I was never going to go buy an album I'd never heard. I was highly unlikely to listen to stuff even from artists everyone likes if I listened to a couple of their songs and either disliked them or found them to be listenable but not remarkable.
I am more likely to have a fondness for a humdrum song that was heavily played on the radio in the 80s simply because it was free and you kind of had to listen to the radio without skipping stuff. I would often end up liking songs I initially didn't like simply because of repetition.