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What do you listen to in your garage?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 41 C28, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. Rusty Heaps
    Joined: May 19, 2011
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    WKCS 91.1 Falcon radio. Local high school radio station that plays "the oldies" '50s -'80s. I guess when you're a teen the '80s are the oldies!
     
  2. flatcat
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  3. I play rock and roll.You know its loud here on my mountian top shop when the neighbors call up and ask me to change the station.lol.Bruce.
     
  4. Royals baseball, Car Talk, Whattayaknow, Cypress Avenue, all the music on The Bridge 90.9 in Kansas City, and I know its time to put tools away and clean up while listening to Prairie Home Companion late on a Saturday afternoon.
     
  5. 327Eric
    Joined: May 9, 2008
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    from Diablo Ca.

    I use the internet, and mostly listen to Hard Rock, but lately its been Outlaw Country.
     
  6. rat deuce
    Joined: Feb 7, 2007
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    60's drag racing dvd's, Yankee's/Giant's games and the voices in my head...
     
  7. not dead yet
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    Depends on the day and on the task. Heavy if I am pounding/sanding. mellow if I am thinking.
     
  8. JunkYardGuy
    Joined: Sep 6, 2009
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    Oldies and Country Music
     
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  9. For about 45 minutes this morning the sound of sizzling like eggs frying.HRP
     
  10. Whatever station I can get on the radio at that particular time of day. Usually it's the 'rock' station or the country station. Country is good for keeping me calm.
     
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  11. I hear you, oh wait, I can't hear anything any more! Damn mosquitoes have me sucked dry before I even know they are buzzing around, so I don't bother with a radio.
     
  12. exline
    Joined: Aug 3, 2009
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    from PA

    I have a huge stack of 8 tracks that I got at an auction for a few bucks, they seem to play for ever and not mind the dirt, so I have been listening to them.
     
  13. WhitewallWill
    Joined: Mar 5, 2014
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    from N. Van, BC

    Songza on the web and mobile app. Everything from Blues Rock to Jazz to whatever. Pick an activity and it plays music for Pole dancing to Drinking at a dive bar. Great stuff. Not that I've seen or done either.
     
  14. Pretty much anything non-commercial, processed, or synthesized.

    early 60's folk, bluegrass, 4-part harmony gospel (think O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack), The Dubliners, & pretty much anything from the 30's & 40's - esp. Western Swing (Bob Wills).

    I also enjoy the occasional Black Flag, Clash, Ramones, and Sex Pistols tunes.
     
  15. I listen to good ol' doo wop!!!


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  16. tfeverfred
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  17. fms427
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    XM radio-Outlaw Country
     
  18. enloe
    Joined: May 10, 2006
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    from east , tn.

    I have a 32 gig MP3 player. It has about 28 gig of music on it. I set it to random and let it go.
     
  19. Yutan Flash
    Joined: Aug 6, 2008
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    from Gretna, NE

    A really crappy AM/FM radio the previous owner left behind which cuts out on a regular basis. Need to take care of that since I've got several clock radios laying around. That or get a digital TV converter box for the analog TV I've got sitting on top of the Coke machine I want to restore.
     
  20. MR K.
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    For sure waylon and cash! But some days i need imelda may ....only problem when shes on screen my eyes stop focusing on cars.



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  21. gas & guns
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    Took an old cell phone charger, cut the plug o_Ooff and wired it to an old car radio. Plugged in the ol telescoping antenna, drilled a hole thru the wall and stuck her thru. Hooked er to an old house speaker (damn redneck).
    Works good.
    Plays country or classic rock. Saturdays or Sundays we can usually find a blues special.
    Waylon, Cash, D.A.Cole, Bob Seager, Lightning Hopkins, Muddy, Zeppelin, Howling Wolf, John Lee Hooker, CCR, SRV.
    If the barley pops get flowin, might even blow a little harp my self.
     
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  22. Boden
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    That’s what I listen to when I’m skateboarding haha. Really makes me want to fight someone. Haha


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  23. jimmy six
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    Rush Limbaugh 9-12. . . . . . Old movies and Western on the TV. Sometimes baseball and Nascar.
     
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  24. 65pacecar
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    from KY, AZ

    Rush Limbaugh. Reds Baseball My California Mix with Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, Ripcords, Rivieras, etc etc. The Guess Who, CCR. On Sunday Nights 700 WLW does the race report, I usually catch it on IHeartRadio radio. They cover all Motorsports including drag racing. Great show


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  25. Winters, Santana, Clapton, Guy, Waters, King, You get the picture!:cool:
     
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  26. flatheadpete
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    from Burton, MI

    I'm a guitar player junkie. ZZ Top rules. I also like country western (pop country can kiss my ass), bluegrass, rockabilly, pumk, etc. Lately this Canadian cat named Colter Wall has gotten a lot of my listening time. And of course my high school buddy Whitey Morgan, too.
     
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  27. donsz
    Joined: Nov 23, 2010
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    I removed the cable TV since I really didn't watch it anyway. I usually listen to internet radio, oldies stations
    from Germany (German songs, English language songs, and English singers singing their hits in German) Sometimes I listen to the German station where I used to be stationed at (near my wife's home town). Once in a while I
    like a good opera (Joan Sutherland is a favorite) or violin music. Occasionally I listen police scanner reports,
    CB radio, and short wave transmissions from other countries. The only difficult thing about the German music
    is that I soon get an overwhelming need to have a German beer, obviously not my fault. I'm required to follow
    through.
    don
     
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  28. 65pacecar
    Joined: Sep 22, 2010
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    from KY, AZ

    I also have the full collection of the original Dragnet radio series, I listen to quite a bit too.


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  29. Black_Sheep
    Joined: May 22, 2010
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    I put a flatscreen in the garage for background noise while I’m working, Roadkill is on now...

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  30. pirate
    Joined: Jun 29, 2006
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    from Alabama

    Most of the time it’s 50s 60s rock and roll. However there are times when I am concentrating on a problem or doing layout work I like silence with no interruptions from anyone.
     

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