Cartridges for Music Genre’s


I’m wondering if others like certain cartridges with certain musical genre’s. My preferences are follows with my little collection of carts:

Trio and other small group jazz - My Sonic Lab Eminent GL, Air Tight PC-3, Kiseki Purpleheart because they are very extended and have great air and transparency. 
Big band jazz - Koetsu Azule and Benz Ruby 3 because they are tonally pure, articulate in instrument separation and can handle the “bite” of brass without shrillness. 
Violin and/or solo piano - Koetsu and Benz due to stunning realism, timbres, instrumental attack/decays, tonal purity and sound staging, without sounding strident. 
Rock and blues - Kiseki Purpleheart and Aidas Rainbow Malachite for dynamics, frequency extension and drive. 
Vocal jazz and folk - MSL, Koetsu and Airtight for timbral accuracy and imaging, without sibilence. 
I would love to find a one-size-fits-all cartridge out there but I haven’t as of yet. Any other genre specific preferences out there?
shayes002
Trio and other small group jazz
Fidelity Research FR-7fc
very extended and have great air and transparency.
Big band jazz
Fidelity Research FR-7fc
Tonally pure, articulate in instrument separation and can handle the “bite” of brass without shrillness.
Violin and/or solo piano
Fidelity Research FR-7fc
stunning realism, timbres, instrumental attack/decays, tonal purity and sound staging, without sounding strident.
Rock and blues
Fidelity Research FR-7fc
dynamics, frequency extension and drive.
Vocal jazz and folk
Fidelity Research FR-7fc
timbral accuracy and imaging, without sibilence.

Arm FR-66s
I've been known to listen to multiple genres during a single listening session. So now I'm supposed to stop and install different cartridges between genres? Please...

All those great carts, yet not one allows for complete musical enjoyment...sigh.
Admirable to have the luxury of hearing great carts at will.

Are we enjoying music or listening to  gear? 
A great cartridge will play any music great.
Sounds like OP is showing off his little collection of carts. If this truly the case where you have to switch carts to enjoy different genre of music then I’m so glad to have digital as an alternative :-)
There are many more genres of music than you can recall.
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luisma31

For a while syntax's joke was on me. I looked the cartridge up, expecting to learn about something fantastic, HUH?

  
The FR-7fc is the one with Conical tip, I think we discussed all models in FR-7 series with detailed info in this topic: 
https://forum.audiogon.com/discussions/fidelity-research-cartridges
Hi Elliot, it is just a joke, but it reminded me of something. The OP is not listing the tonearm used (unless I am missing something) are all these cartridges supposed to "work" properly from the compliance standpoint on a specific tonearm providing their maximum performance? I am just a Noob on regards to analog and not mean to trash anyone with syntax comment