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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by marq, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. swazzie
    Joined: Mar 30, 2004
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    junkin out on Hank III for 2 weeks now . . . I need an Elvis velveteen vacation or something. lol swaZZie
     
  2. I listen to outlaw country on sirius, it has everything from jerry reed to zz top, johhny cash, jerry lewis, willy nelson. I used to listen to underground garage for a while but they kept looping it over and over so i scrapped that quickly
     
  3. stealthcruiser
    Joined: Dec 24, 2002
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    Steve Earle,"Essentials",
    Junior Brown,"12 Shades of Brown".
     
  4. Gleeser
    Joined: Oct 17, 2005
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    from Taylor, MO

    The drive at 5:00 on 94.5 the X
     
  5. sodapop
    Joined: Apr 26, 2004
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    from Tejas

    Good call on the Unida, also check out Hermano, Sons of Otis. Since you mentioned Unida you prolly know about all these guys, but if not check em' out..We have the Stooges (Funhouse) and Kyuss to thanks for all of those trucki'n riiffs that everybody plays now.
     
  6. Kev Nemo
    Joined: Aug 7, 2004
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    While we were welding holes on the JC, it was Black Sabbath which goes really well with torchs, grinders and the smell of my burning fingertips!:D
     
  7. Tman
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    Laqtely has been Foo Foghters and the 22-20's
     
  8. HIDDEN
    Joined: Jun 17, 2005
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    Clutch - best live band I have ever seen

    other than that, XM 48 mostly
     
  9. gasman
    Joined: Jun 3, 2005
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    from Nebraska

    Rancid's And out come the wolves. I can't seem to stop working when this is in the cd player.
     
  10. hillbillyhell
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    Damn useless threads... :D

    in the shop CD changer now:

    "Warriors Code", Dropkick Murphys
    "Within a Mile of Home", Flogging Molly
    "Mojo Box" and "Dirt Track Date", SCOTS
    "Unchained" Johnny Cash
     
  11. Changes constantly. I admit to a CD purchasing problem.

    Lately, I've been on a tear for WEIRD Texans, Austin Lounge Lizzards, Bad Livers, Asylum Street Spankers, Terry Allen, Slaid Cleaves, Butch Hancock, Flatlanders, Walter Hyatt, Champ Hood, Sarah Elizabeth Campbell and the Banned and, of course, The Light Crust Doughboys. Mainly stuff nobody's ever heard of. Also Albert Collins, Gatemouth Brown and Lightnin' Hopkins.

    Google any of those folks and you'll be saying: "That's some wild shit, but I like it".

    Chili Phil

    On the player right now: "Tribute to the greatest damn fiddle player in the world, Bob Wills" - Merle haggard.
     
  12. Aushotrods
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    Blazing Haley's "Mas Chingon" (fucking ruler band)
    Social D's latest album
    Three bad jacks latest album "Crazy in The Head"
    12 Step Rebels "Go go graveyard rockin"
     
  13. newjersm3
    Joined: Oct 26, 2005
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    fungus 53 xm satalite radio
     
  14. Gotta love Southern Culture on the Skids.

    What ever happened to them?
     
  15. hillbillyhell
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    Ruler band that is no longer together...been trying to find a copy for a year.

    SteveG, SCOTS is still together....not touring right now cause Ricks having a kid like tomorrow or yesterday or something, so they're taking a few months off.
     
  16. Humboldt Cat
    Joined: Feb 20, 2003
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    from Eureka, CA

    Rev. Horton Heat 'n Springsteen
     
  17. vesparex
    Joined: Oct 19, 2003
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    That Old Crow ROCKS!

    In my CD right now:

    PJ Harvy
    Big Black- ALWAYS!
    Hot Rod Hucksters
    Pixies
    Zob Rombie

    Duane
     
  18. vesparex
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    They just came through Chi-Town a couple of months back. They play seedy bars!

    BTW, just to show how cool they are, I tore down one of their promotional fliers in the bar and at the end asked them to sign it. They did, without a whine! Took me back in the "green room" and introduced themselves. Cool people!

    Duane
     
  19. sliderule67
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    from Houston


    Finally, musicians that I've heard of. Add a little CSN and you have a mellow nite on your hands.
     
  20. Fat Hack
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    from Detroit

    A whole lotta Lita (Ford) lately...

    "Kiss Me Deadly"
    "Only Women Bleed"
    "Lisa"
    "Back To The Cave"
    "Hungry"
    "Shot of Poison"
    "Dedication"
    "Cherry Red"

    etc...
     
  21. Tweaked31
    Joined: Jan 15, 2006
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    AC/DC - Gone shootin
    Black Label Society - Funeral bell
    Dick Dale & Del tones - Surf rider, Misirilou (when I want nostalgia)
    Motorhead - Ace of Spades, Born to raise hell
    Prodigy
    Skynyrd
    Zep
     
  22. ...listening to it is great......I'm still PLAYIN' IT in my band COUPE DE VILLE here in Eugene Oregon...And its STILL great fun, after all these years....
     
  23. marq
    Joined: Aug 22, 2003
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    I got some good gatemouth brown that i was on the week before last..........Marq
     
  24. Old Time Radio -You know, Johnny Dollar, The Great Gildersleeve, Jack Benny; The Blasters, Isley Brothers, Emmy Lou Harris (rrrowww!), Warren Zevon, Neil Young, traditional Chinese music (yes, really), Robben Ford and some Verve label jazz.
     
  25. mugsy
    Joined: May 18, 2005
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    from San Diego

    Fuck XM! Sirius rules!
    Just kidding.
    Hey Dan and Jalopy Kid, think we're in the minority here (and everywhere) listening to Sirius. Although oddly enough, the majority of people I know have Sirius. Favorite channel by far is Underground Garage. Jalopy, not sure what you're talkin' 'bout the loop. I heard the Andrew Loog Oldham show looped once on a Sunday but that was it.

    Listening to currently:
    -The Saints <rediscovered these guys from listening to Underground Garage>
    -Husker Du <was on a kick a couple days ago>
    -The Greenhornes
    -Little Walter
    -Screaming Lord Sutch
    -ELO <Yeah, I said E fucking LO>
     
  26. 5 CD player:Old Crow Medicine Show(my wife bought it for me because she saw them on TV and thought I'd like them;I do),Mary Gauthier(great New Orleans folk/blues singer:Mercy Now),a 1972 Jimmy Buffett recording at the Record Plant with Jerry Jeff and the Lost Gonzo Band sent to me by Greg(Psychoarts) unedited,an assemblage of East Coast musicians called the Cheap Champagne Revue featuring Old Cowboy Death,Mad dog Earl and Sweet Loretta,and other assorted lunatics,and a conglomeration I recorded with Steve Goodman,Arlo Guthrie,Delbert McClinton,The Charles River Valley Boys doing Beatles songs(Yeller Submarine is a hoot),Canned Heat,Rufus Harley(probably the ONLY blues bagpipe player in existence),Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks,Fleetwood Mac,Townes VanZandt,Richard Thompson,the Bus Boys,and Enrico Caruso doing S'Anta Lucia recorded in 1918.

    The tape dack has Warren Zevon(Learning to Flinch and Stand in the Fire).The radio is programmed to do all PBS stations:Jazz,blues,and classical.
     
  27. Hey Safarinut, I bet if I borrowed your car I wouldn't need to change your CDs or radio. Good stuff there.

    chili

    Right now in the player: Rolling Stone from Texas - Don Walser
     
  28. Thank you sir.I usually rotate the CD's on a weekly basis and some of those are even more diverse:Amos Lee(The Arms of a Woman sounds like early Otis Redding),Laura Cantrell(Not the Tremblin' Kind;reminds me of a cross between Patsy Cline and Kitty Wells)a C&W disc jockey in New York City of all places!,Tony Bird;a white South African folk singer who was kicked out of his own country for his stance on apartheid(Sorry Africa is the CD),Stanley Jordan(the GREATEST jazz guitar player ever;listen to him play the lead and rhythm guitars simultaneously(no overdub)on Led Zeppelin's,"Stairway to Heaven"),Richard Thompson(52 Vincent and many more)occasionally with his wife Linda(Dimming of the Day),Iris DeMent(most unusual voice I've heard in a long time),Robert Earl Keen,Lee Roy Parnell,Los Lobos,Old and In the Way(Jerry Garcia,David Grisman,Vassar Clements,and Peter Rowan),Robert Randolph and the Family Band(an absolute madman on pedal steel),some bootleg Stones stuff(especially their C&W sides;the Girl with Faraway Eyes,Sweet Virginia,Jackson,Something Happened to me Yesterday),ANYTHING by David Allan Coe or John Prine.

    I have to stop now;I'm getting too carried away............
     
  29. 57JoeFoMoPar
    Joined: Sep 14, 2004
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    DOO WOP...nothing puts me more in the mood to work on my car than that. Sometimes I listen to the Golden Gup on Doo Wop Drive (1250 or 1170 AM), and I ripped every doo wop CD I have onto my iPod, and hooked it into the badass new component stereo I just put in my garage. The Charts, The Channels, Lee Andrews and the Hearts, The Larks, Duprees, Platters....awesome.

    Other than that: Clutch, Social D, Rev. Horton Heat, Setzer, Metallica, Pantera, SRV...so much good music.
     
  30. HotrodBoy
    Joined: Oct 15, 2005
    Posts: 235

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    Metallica, Offspring, Green Day, Disturbed, Def Leppard and Bon Jovi rock my garage.
     

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