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what's your fav driving tune?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by biscaynes, May 16, 2008.

  1. 5window
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    "Long Time Gone by the Dixe Chicks" (originally written by Darrell Scott)
    [SIZE=-1]www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4NTn3Pn05A[/SIZE]
     
  2. tfeverfred
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    "Born to Run" Bruce Springstein
     
  3. Big T
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    Here ya go... dig that slap bass at 1:24. :eek:

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=lnO-oLYiOM4&feature=related

    My 'rewrite'...

    Well, the brakes aint crap,
    shes hard to steer.
    She tops about 40,
    no passing gear.

    Well, we picked her up,
    me and Schmidt.
    When the weather turns cold,
    she runs like... bad.

    Shes the old Chebbie pick up from Chattanooga Tennessee...
    Shes the old Chebbie pick up from Chattanooga Tennessee. :D
     
  4. chaddilac
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    gotta luv some Jr. Brown!!!


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  5. tfeverfred
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    Slammin!
     
  6. squigy
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    Metallica "So What"
    look it up:)
     
  7. jimmyv
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  8. beauishere
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    "Highway- Radar Love by Golden Earring is good.
    City- Tough to beat ZZ Top's I'm bad, I'm Nationwide or La Grange
    Flatman"

    Nice choices.
     
  9. jimmyv
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  10. 4HawkRod
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    PEROXIDE BLOND
     
  11. More than one favorite but here's a few at the top, Nelson Riddle's Route 66 theme,
    Sting ray by the Routers is a biggy, Four in the floor by The Shutdowns, Led Sled by Denny Freeman, and just about any thing from Dick dale, Brian Setzer, Chuck Berry. Gene Vincent or Duane Eddy. Then there's rolling From the Wreckage by Dave Edmonds. Then there's Eric Burdon and the......................
     
  12. PieisgooD
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    Wild One- Jerry Lee Lewis
    Nighttime Ramblin Man or P.F.F.- Hank Williams III
     
  13. 49ratfink
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    if I'm out in an old car it's got to be the blues, or bluesy rock. Stevie Ray Vaughn and brother Jimmy... Smokin Joe Kubek ... Albert King.... Tommy Castro ... on and on.

    ZZ top too

    as for Booker T and the MG's.... if green onion comes on and I'm in a V8 car at a stoplight there better be a long unobstructed stretch of pavement in front of me that's all I got to say!!
     
  14. JSBriggs
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    from Auburn, CA

  15. Crankhole
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    Long way back from Hell------Danzig
     
  16. Crankhole
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    And of course.....In the Navy, by the Village People.
     
  17. bostonmike
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    Highway star ,smokin-boston,and im the one -van halen
     
  18. LayinLowPentstar
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    wild in the streets. the circle jerks.
    funk 49
    mountin jam bye the allman brother band and
    anything sublime
     
  19. sociallydistorted
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    Mike Ness-Gamblin Man
    ZZ Top-Tush or La Grange
    Carl Perkins-Tennessee
    Johnny Cash- *Cocaine Blues*
     
  20. acadian_carguy
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    ZZ TOP - Gimme all your loving....
     
  21. twofosho
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    NONE! If the exhaust sounds good, that's music enough.
     
  22. thatredcaroutside
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    Rory Gallagher - Messin With The Kid or Garbageman (BBC)
    Junior Brown - Hill Country Hot Rod Man or Freedom Machine
    Southern Culture on the Skids - Voodoo Cadillac, Mojo Box or Shotgun
    Robin Trower - Whiskey Train
    Honky - Love to Smoke Your Weed(and I don't smoke!)
    Jeff Beck - Drown in my own Tears
    ZZ Top - Master of Sparks
    Dave Alvin - 11 Months & 29 Days
    Several songs by Danny Gatton, Bill Kirchen, Link Wray or Deke Dickerson
     
  23. BillBallingerSr
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    Rory Gallagher 1974 Irish Tour, Calling Card, Montreaux Jazz Festival Collection. Really anything he has done, especially live.
    Robin Trower Any of his
    Jimmy Vaughn, any band he has remotely associated with.
    SRV
    JJ Cale
    Charlie Robison, Life of The Party
    X -1987 See How We Are
    Anne McCue
    Tony Joe White
    George Thorogood
    Junior Brown Anything
    McHendree Spring 3
    Del McCoury
    The Ozark Mountain Daredevils- Car Over The Lake, and Men From Earth
     
  24. Bigchuck
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    Wow, somebody listed Honkey: ZZ Topp mets AC/DC
    How about "I got it" - Little Richard
    Various: The Cramps, Los Straightjackets, The Ventures, The Paladins, Hollywood Fats, Doug Sahm
    The crank spinnin' a 6 grand isn't too bad either
     
  25. Stray Cats; Built for Speed, Switchblade 327
    Eddie Cochran; Something Else
    Loyd Price; Just Because
    Social Distortion; anything by them!!!!
     
  26. JeffreyJames
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    Warpig (sabbath), or So Glad your mine (elvis). Or anything my Robert Johnson.
     
  27. Lugnut II
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    "HOT ROD TUNES" by HEADERS & THE RPM"S!!!!!!!:D
     
  28. THE FRENCHTOWN FLYER
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    MUSTANG SALLY
    The Wilson Picket version.
    It kept bouncin' around in my head as i rode my Felt SR-91 bicycle from Key West Florida to Canada in February. The tempo matched my pedal cadence perfectly. (1768 miles in 31 days)

    When I'm in the staging lanes all suited up and ready to fire my altered roadster drag car up I like to sing "Too Much Time On My Hands" by Styx to psyche me up.

    Also, before I go drag racing I like to hear "Tocatta and Fugue in D-Minor" by J.S. Bach. as a visualization technique.
     

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