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What do you listen to in your garage?

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  1. belzebub
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    Starting at 1:38
     
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  2. 1CoolRide
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    Papa Chubby, Too Slim and the Taildraggers, John Haitt, Joe Banamassa, Bob Seger, CCR


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  4. Roothawg
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    Today's selection is James Cotton.
     
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  7. clive
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    mostly have the radio on in the shed as i like to call it ,but by choice its 50s rockabilly old blues,jump jive,and good ol rock n roll but some great stuff here
     
  8. coupe man
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    Rock and roll,Blues and country.
     
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    JJ Cale
     
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  13. southcross2631
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    Mostly my wife's washer and dryer. small garage shared space.
     
  14. Joe Travers
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    Fixing up new patio garage right now. Reckon I'll listen to whatever my wife has on the TV when the engine isn't running :)
     
  15. JJ Cale, Dave Allen and Lyle Lovett.
     
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    Today.....Cream @ Royal Albert Hall.
     
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  18. old chevy
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    Peaceful quiet as I putter with hand tools most of time. Occasional visitor offering suggestions.
     
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  19. saltflats
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    Think I went to that party :eek:
     
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  20. Hemi Joel
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    I usually listen to Pandora. I have very eclectic tastes in music, so I have a few dozen channels and playlists. Here is my thumbs up playlist if anybody wants to have a listen:. https://pandora.app.link/TVGZ3vQI5eb
     
  21. Greg Hammond
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    The little voices in my head.
     
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    This morning......Stephen Stills.
     
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  23. Matthew Greenwell
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    Rockabilly or country rock if I'm doing some steel fabrication. But when it gets late and I can't make noise anymore (want to keep the neighbours on my side), and turn to quieter jobs, a little Pink Floyd or ambient space music. But I have such a wide range of taste in music, I'll listen to pretty much anything.
     
  24. thintin
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    sounds of silence.....first time ive seen my lathe without rolling stock parked around it in a loooong time. first time i aint had to climb over piles of acumulated stuff for decades. I purged the place and now there's room to start it all again.....oh yeah I found a radio in there..... maybe i'll see whats on.
     
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