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i've got a bit of a drive coming up in a few weeks. my car stereo is not ipod/mp3 compatible. my tunes could use some updating. thinking about burning some CDs sooo...

 

 

lets hear it, what keeps you from driving into the guard rail

 

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Hmmmm, "Eat a Peach?" Very nice.

 

Jackson Browne. I can listen to him all day and never get sick of it. Album "I'm Alive" and "Late for the Sky" and the one with Redneck Friend on it. Classics.

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good lord if i ever have to listen to lynrd skynyrd in my own vehicle i will drive off the next available cliff.

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good lord if i ever have to listen to lynrd skynyrd in my own vehicle i will drive off the next available cliff.

 

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Originally Posted By: minx

good lord if i ever have to listen to lynrd skynyrd in my own vehicle i will drive off the next available cliff.

 

 

+1

 

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good lord if i ever have to listen to lynrd skynyrd in my own vehicle i will drive off the next available cliff.

 

Can't you smell that smell?

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good lord if i ever have to listen to lynrd skynyrd in my own vehicle i will drive off the next available cliff.

 

+1

 

Lick sack bastards, Skynyrd rocks.

 

Second Helping would be an excellent disk to keep awake and rockin' on a long drive. Ditto for "Pronounced...".

 

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Barney's Tunes for Toddlers...

 

its really got a beat to it!! :tup:

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What kind of music do you like, Minx?

 

Jazz:

Thelonious Monk

Art Blakey

Art Tatum

 

Blues:

Elmore James

John Hurt

Robert Johnson

 

Rock:

Arcade Fire

Beatles

Sonic Youth

Mudhoney

SuperSuckers

 

Classical:

Beethoven piano sonatas

Bach, esp concerto in D minor for oboe, violin & strings

Samual Barber

 

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Grateful Dead 7-16-71 Westline Stadium Charlie Miller version

 

 

The Warfield Theater shows from the late 80's are supurb, too -- classic acoustic dead. Oct 11, 1980 is my fav

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Grateful Dead 7-16-71 Westline Stadium Charlie Miller version

 

 

The Warfield Theater shows from the late 80's are supurb, too -- classic acoustic dead. Oct 11, 1980 is my fav

 

Speaking of the Dead, this is classic roadtrip material:

 

Grateful_Dead-American_Beau.jpg

 

 

Another roadtrip classic:

ExileMainSt.jpg

 

Stop Breakin' Down!

 

 

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