Oh, I see. Yes, I agree. Todays musicians mostly focus on virtuosity and technique and that's it. But technique is the way of interpretation as Horowitz says. I also listen to a lot of 'old' recordings. Maybe too old Debussy, Ravel, de Pachmann, Hofmann, Cortot... Klemperer, Munch, Mitropoulos, Furtwaengler... No, you are not spoiled
These are the musicians that teach us. Listening to Thibaudet's Debussy when you got Cortot is "stupid" let's say. Listening to Rattle's Bruckner when you got Celibidache, the same thing. These old musicians are authentic, pure, honest and above all humans that adore what they do. Music in their time was a way of living and not a form of entertainment or simply another job as it is today. These people were decent towards their audience. They had a mission and they had to accomplish it doing their very best.