The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 41 C28, Feb 6, 2008.
All varieties. Some outlaw. Grandkids pick some like Frozen, etc.
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I have a pair of EV studio monitors and I can listen to anything I want and about as loud as necessary.
I listen to anything but rap & punk. Some times Bach pipe organ to entertain the neighbors
This is one of my favorite threads. I’ve been turned on to some really cool new music from what you guys have posted. Keep em coming! TM
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sounds like music to me
I realize the reason for the "thread" and there's some music posted I haven't heard for years, but what comes to mind is the complaining I hear of why are you in the garage again. . lol
Justin Johnson does a killer version of "Ghost Riders in the Sky" on that album.
My garage music library comes from an older laptop with basically nothing but music loaded on it, all of it sourced from my own vinyl and cd collection as well as plenty of paid downloads and even some live on-location recordings and older radio airchecks. Like a lot of you, the playlists can include just about everything. Depends what I'm in the mood for. Yep, even a few polkas...
I love digging up new stuff. This is a fun thread, keep 'em coming!
I'll also throw this one out there - perfect garage (or anywhere!) music for gearheads:
Hot Rod Radio USA with Wings Kalahan:
You can listen on i-Tunes, Tune-In, or Sticher through links on the website.
Crank it up!
(Disclaimer: those produced voice drops/liners you might hear sprinkled throughout the program came from yours truly. Just part of my job..! )
Something nice and mellow, like Iron Maiden or Black Sabbath...
Todays shop tunes were Pantera, The Doors and and then some Tom Petty to calm down.
What? no, Inagodalaveta baby?
Nah, Innagaddadavida is too long for my attention span, 17 minutes even.
the group "Many Voices In My Head"
Still playing and touring.
Creed. Cause that's what I like and I was young in the 90's.
Although sometime it's old country
Waylon Jennings, Jerry Reed, David Allen Coe.
last time I was out there I listened to Smokin Joe Kubek.
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