It's a longstanding joke around the household that I have the whitest record collection in the world. It's a fair cop.
All I'll say is, can you imagine a black person getting teased by his black friends for listening to nothing but black music? Wouldn't the presence of, say, a Yes album cause more of an uproar, and be grounds for social ostracism (just as it is for thousands of white kids)?
Maybe not. NPR's Tom Terrell talks about where he and his friends found the funk.