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Whats your favorite music to cruise to?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by DMFB, Jul 21, 2009.

  1. REAL R&B.. Back brfore Ron Isley sold out..

    David Ruffin.. Levi Stubbs.. Marvin and Tammi...

    The real voices of R&B..
     
  2. redshoes36
    Joined: Oct 18, 2010
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    A few years ago I bought abox set of cds called loud fast and out of control.It had 4 cds of rockabily and old R&R . Not a bad song in the batch. ALso Chuck Berry Little Richard Jerry Lee, Fats DelShannon Stray Cats DOO WOP
     
  3. Music??
    I listen to my pipes, my too big cam and listen for something to break or fall off.
     
  4. lostforawhile
    Joined: Mar 23, 2008
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    if you can find it on CD, look for an album called the beginning Brittish blues, Cyril Davies and the All stars, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page, Santa Barbera Machine head, Stuff Smith, Great very rare blues album and a +10 for cruising. I burned it from Vinyl earlier and if I can figure out how to upload everything on 4 shared into a single folder, I'll put it up. This is one of those one in a million albums where it all came together, it was born out of the death of Cyril Davies
     
  5. biscaynes
    Joined: Mar 16, 2008
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    TIME IS TIGHT, BOOKER T AND THE MGS :cool:
     
  6. woodienut
    Joined: Feb 17, 2009
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    from So.Cal.

    I'm listening to "One way out" RIGHT NOW!
     
  7. woodienut
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    Damn me too!
     
  8. 33_chevy
    Joined: Aug 30, 2008
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    Lake header singing in my left ear while the wife is screaming in the other ear to "slow down" while i got my foot buried deep into the throttle..
     
  9. StudebakerBob
    Joined: Jun 26, 2010
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    IF I could hear music it would be The Lo Fidelity Allstars.....Battleflag.
    Too Cool,Man!!!
     
  10. Tripple G
    Joined: Oct 21, 2010
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    Listening On The MP3 Player As I Type:cool:

    Allman Brothers: Hot Lanta, Whipping Post, You Don't Have Me,
    In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
    Deep Purple: Highway Star, Smoke On The Water
    Steppinwolf: Born To Be Wild
    The Doors: Break On Through
    Booker T & The MG'S: Green Onions, Time Is Tight
    Cream: Crossroads
    Martha & The Vandelas: Heat Wave
    ZZ Top: Tush, Thunderbird, LaGrange, Sharp Dressed Man
    Trapt: Headstrong
    Blue Oyster Cult: Don't Fear The Reaper
    The Moody Blues: The Story In Your Eyes
    Dire Straits: Sultans of Swing
    The Who: Won't Get Fooled Again
    Santana: Savor, Jingo
    DeL Shannon: Runaway
    Led Zepplin: Rock & Roll
    Chantay's: Pipeline
    Derek & The Dominos: Layla
    The Rolling Stones: Jumpin Jack Flash
    Van Halen: Jump, Hot For Teacher

    Just a FEW suggestions, and if you don't like these ...

    Just pull the HEADER PLUGS!!!:D
     
  11. rottenrods
    Joined: Sep 17, 2010
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    My 327 with those lake headers! Its music to my ears
     
  12. Pure sound by the "CHERRY BOMBS". Disturbing the peace since the 60's.

    The beat of Rev Horton Heat or the echoes from Blazing Haley would come second.....
     
  13. farmergal
    Joined: Nov 28, 2010
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    we dont have a stereo/radio in our '50 plymouth so we went to radio shack to buy these portable speakers to plug into the ipod. they work really well and we can tuck them away when we're out of the car with ease. We listen to everything from 50's tunes to modern and classic country to good ole' rock n' roll.
     
  14. hotrod_32
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    Steely Dan seems to work for me.
     
  15. lostforawhile
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    don't forget ZZ top arrested for driving while blind, and Mexican blackbird, actually anything by ZZ top would do just fine
     
  16. lostforawhile
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    got another one just heard it on outlaw country, Ray Wylie Hubbard, cooler N hell, this is a killer song to cruise to, blues song, Amazon has it for 99 cents download, just go to mp3 downloads and put in cooler n hell in the search box, I'm waiting for daylight because I am going to turn up the stereo in the garage as loud as it will go to hear this right!!! :) they seem to play a lot of great stuff like this on that channel, I'm a big times blues fan, something about blues and cars just go hand in hand, and this is a great song!!

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  17. strombergs97
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    Pink floyd..dark side of the moon...
     
  18. jbristow
    Joined: Mar 23, 2008
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    The Amazing Rhythm Aces
    Rolling Stones
    Pink Floyd
    Hank Jr.
    George Jones
    Doo Wop
     
  19. Magnus
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    Sinatra, Zappa, Led Z, Allmans, Stones, Beatles, Springsteen, the Chuck, Al Green, The Band, Beach Boys, Bill Withers, Blondie, Buddy Guy, Buena vista social club, Ry Cooder, Canned Heat, Curtis Mayfield, Bowie, bla bla bla.... Just random out of my iPhone. Gotta love good music.
     
  20. Reindeer
    Joined: Mar 3, 2005
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    I listen music at home, garage, work wherever but cars. In cars I like listen my car itself. I like the car noises when normal but hate to hear problems.
     
  21. Sheep Dip
    Joined: Dec 29, 2010
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    Twice pipes kept in beat by the thump-ity thump thump of a well overlapped camshaft
     
  22. in the Model A, it is road noise and wind.

    in the '51 it is mostly late '50s and early '60s rock and country.
     
  23. movingviolation
    Joined: Feb 19, 2005
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    In the old Chev.... just the grumble and the wind....
    In my work truck.... Social Distortion.
     
  24. mosthated
    Joined: Dec 29, 2009
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    i like to listen to a little CKY or deftones
     
  25. tcb-1
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    Phantoms of the Opry and the 390 Caddy with a healthy bumpstick.
     
  26. gasser300
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    from Ft Worth

    I drive best to The Ramones
     

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  27. Zack Methvin
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    American Graffiti soundtrack
     
  28. lordairgtar
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    Just about anything. Except gangsta rap...it causes my car to break! From Pink Floyd to the Chantays to Pearls Mahone and the One Eyed Jacks. Then some Beatles and some early Clapton...Derick & The Dominoes, that sort of thing. For you guys with only an Ayem radio, I would suggest getting the Redi-Rad. It's a device that will let you listen to iPods, MP3 players and portable CD or FM players. Keeps you from boogering up your traditional or stock dash. It works through your AM radio
     
  29. StudebakerBob
    Joined: Jun 26, 2010
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    from Lapeer MI

    If I had a stereo it would be Battleflag by Lo Fidelity Allstars
     

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