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What Music Do You Listen To?

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Chango2, Dec 7, 2009.

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  1. Chango2

    Chango2 Active Member

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    Curious, do any others here have favorite music they listen to while driving to a trapshoot? Lately, I've enjoyed "? and the Mysterians"...garage band style music done well with attitude...made me feel relaxed, yet somewhat aggressive in viewpoint..
     
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    I listen to both kinds of music; country and western.

    pg
     
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    Chango have you seen an interview with "?" in the last few years? He's way way way out there. LOL
     
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    I DIDN'T KNOW THERE WAS ANYTHING ELSE BUT CLASSICAL ROCK AND ROLL. From the 50s & 60s.
    Sandy.
     
  5. CalvinMD

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    I like classic Outlaws, Allman Bros, Eagles and The Wailin' Jennys
     
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    I use to lisen to the theam from "Rocky."
     
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    Right now, Allman Brothers Band "At Fillmore East" is playing ( the 23 minute version of Whipping Post is awesome). I was just listening to Alice in Chains and will probably dial in some Deep Purple, Black Sabbath (Ozzy only if you please), or some Zepplin.

    Before I sleep I always try to tune in some Bluegrass/Gospel to cleanse the soul.

    I listen to, and own, everything but Hip Hop and Rap.

    ss
     
  8. Tron

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    I like weird music....I find it far more interesting than that overplayed crap you can find on any radio station. Stuff like The Stooges, Pink Floyd, Roxy Music, Talking Heads, The Kinks, Spirit, Concrete Blonde, Radio Head...etc.

    Far more interesting.
     
  9. CalvinMD

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    Nothing weird about Floyd, Roxy Music, Talking Heads and the Kinks.....all great...I love the RHChili Peppers too..especially thier version of Higher Ground...My feminine side likes Queen..Freddie Mercury rules!..Anybody else like "The Band" or CCR??
     
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    Robbie Robertson, Levon Helm, and the rest of the members of the Band were way ahead of their time. Up on Cripple Creek, and The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down are two of my favorites.

    I've been listening to Rolling Stones Exile On Main Street lately. The Allman Brothers version of Stormy Mondays is a classic. RIP Duane

    I also like old Deep Purple, and Merle Haggard. Go figure. Wayne
     
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    Can't forget Cream either or Motor Head for whe I could use an anger release
     
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    50's,60's, old country
     
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    I like the old country, if by myself driving I like to listen to Bob Seger and the silverbullet band. Jerry in MI.
     
  14. Chango2

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    Great ideas re. music. I forgot about my Almans music, but it's on tape!! Darn technology. And my Charlie Daniels recording of "Saddletramp" is on an LP!! Reminds me, the format of a trapgun doesn't change. No wonder, maybe, we like those machines. Hope to be educated with more musical ideas for the road.
     
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    " When are you going to finish painting the dining room???"......." Why haven't the Christmas lites been hung yet ???"........" Cleaned up the bird feathers from the garage yet?".........These are the songs I listen to every day..........lol........Rob
     
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    Original soundtrack from "Deep Throat"
     
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    Calvin, the RHchilli Peppers made one of the greatest records of all time, "Californication". Unbelievable.
     
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    Anything from the 50's Doo Wop up until the advent of Disco-(Only I HATE the Beatles), Hank and Patsy, Seeger,Eagles,A lot of "Southern Rock", Mellencamp, even some of the stuff my 30-something kids like.

    Larry
     
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    I like Ernest Turd and the Texas Droopydrawers, or something like that.


    Gne J
     
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    The Gap Band gets me ready to shoot or just about anything.

    Still remember how sad I was when Duane didn't make it to the concert, a complete downer man.

    CCR, Skynyrd, 38 Special, ZZ top, Brooks and Dunn, Hank Jr., Marshal Tucker Band, Mountain, with some Stones and some Kid Rock thrown in.
     
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