I was in graduate school when I was first introduced to the idea that there might be different kinds of value. (Mind you, I was not technically a philosophy major as an undergraduate.) My teacher, Connie Rosati, gave me what she clearly thought was a n easy case for kinds of value: we can distinguish aesthetic and moral value. I said I still don't get it. When I hear good music, I think the world is just a better place for the music being there. She suggested that I was just being a good consequentialist when I said that. I denied this, because I the time I had this delusion that I was a deontologist (and a continental philosopher, natch).
This video, which again making it hard for me to believe in kinds of value, is split into two parts, for some reason. Click though to youtube for the second part.
Why are his hands crossed for most of the last minute of the video? I've heard him play similar riffs a lot, especially the punctuational "dan-dan-dan", but I never realized he was crossing his hands like that.