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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. seb fontana
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    Not my wife or the rest of the world..o_O
     
  2. PHIL COOPY
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    20-30's traditional jazz......
     
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  3. Pandora, either George Jones or Otis Spann.
     
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  4. 65pacecar
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    Rare and early Bob Seger





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  5. Paul
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    songs about bone spurs now?
     
  6. The past weeks, lots of Slayer, Accept, and of course Motorhead.
     
  7. Paul
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    a few I have on the stereo today:

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  8. Paul
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  9. Paul
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    Paul
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  11. cfmvw
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    KKJZ aka Kjazz online (regrettably, no more classical or jazz stations here any more), and WLOB on Sunday nights for the old radio shows.
     
  12. nunattax
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    a lota the fore mentioned stuff today its DANKO JONES and DR FEELGOOD
     
  13. Dangerous Dan
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    SILENCE!!!! don't have to listen to anyone BITCH .
     
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  14. brigrat
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    DSCF0895.JPG Pink Floyd, Janis Joplin, Deep Purple, Oldies but Goody's on my, not so traditional, mid '70's Marantz 4400 Dual 4 ( Quad)……………..
     
  15. Crankhole
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  16. carolina chevrolet
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    Flatt & Scruggs, Bill Monroe, just about any Bluegrass.
     
  17. Helloosination
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  18. NbdyHome2
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    This is the exact reason I prefer to do my work underwater.

    Lately I've been all over with music...Pink Floyd, Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Billy Joel, Soundgarden, any NPR Tiny Desk Concert including but not limited to Mac Miller, Sting and Shaggy, Adele, Tedeski Trucks Band, Cranberries, and Anderson Paak. Jeff Buckley, Dave Matthews, Jack Johnson. Metallica, Leon Bridges, Gregory Isaac, Linda Ronstadt, Bob Marley. And I can't get enough of Michael Kiwanuka - Cold Little Heart, The Highwomen cover of The Chain, Gary Clark Jr, The Teskey Brothers, Tash Sultana...geez, the list goes on. Maybe this pandemic has made me spend too much time in the garage.
     
  19. My wife screaming at me on the intercom, that I can't hide forever.
    Bob
     
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  20. RR
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    Typically, I listen to Rockabilly Radio over the internet.
     
  21. Country, blue grass,
    Recently front porch cajun music on pandora

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  22. grimmfalcon138
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    Not much music these days. Mostly books on tape, anything by Chuck palahniuk or Charles bukowski. A lot of stand up comedy too, Doug Stanhope, old and cranky George Carlin and bill Hicks.
     
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  23. Bandit Billy
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    I ride a mean 5 cassette carousel Sony loaded at the moment with 5 Zep classic albums.
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    Did you know if you play if you play the cassette Physical Graffiti backward you get side B? Eerie.
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  24. 6sally6
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    Talk Radio & the hissing sounds-of-tinnitus!
    6sally6
     
  25. Mostly classic country, Buck Owens, Hank, Waylon, Loretta, and Patsy.
    If Not that then Cash, Chuck, and Jerry Lee.

    I use pandora and Spotify, so honestly Wanda Jackson one minute and the Ramones the next.


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  26. charlesf
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    Selections from my 200+ LP collection. Monday, Blood on the Tracks. Tuesday, Byrds 5th Dimension and Steppenwolf Live. Today it will be the Stones, Beggars Banquet.
     
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  27. Barrelnose pickup
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    Just been listening to The Broken Circle Breakdown soundtrack, good bluegrass?
    I enjoyed it anyway.
     
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  28. 65pacecar
    Joined: Sep 22, 2010
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    The Steppenwolf Live album is great. I love that version of “Don’t step on the Grass Sam”.


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