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#1 of 23 Old 12-06-2001, 04:30 PM - Thread Starter
 
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What CD do you LOVE to pop in while you drive, and you can TOTALLY get into?

Pending on my mood...

LeftOver Salmon, Euphoria
Bob Segar's Greatest Hits
Tracy Chapman (the one with Fast Car)
Paul Simon, Graceland
Gypsy Kings, Live
Savage Garden, Affirmation


Those are the ones I can come up with off the top of my head. Each one puts me in a different mood, and ZONES me IN!!!

Your turn!

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I love James Taylor's Greatest Hits, it keeps me mellow in our stop and go NJ traffic.
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I love Rusted Root; somewhat tribal; lots of percussion!
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In the summer it is a best of Jimmy Hindrix (did i spell that right?) widows rolled down, turned up loud and driving a tad over the speed limit.

Right now I listen to Pillar. They rock.

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Wish I was wastin' away in margaritaville . . .
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I like stuff punky and fast when I'm driving, (to match my driving style) so I listen to Rancid or Sublime.
Although lately it's this CD by David Jack called Dance in Your Pants. It keeps Jake happy and it's hard to have road rage while listening to it.
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Anything by The Pixies.....I love to drive in the spring playing it really loud with the windows down....it reminds me of my younger days.....wow i'm getting old.......Stephanie
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The Beatles-- Rubber Soul

I just LOVE looking in the rearview mirror and seeing my kids snapping their fingers, clapping and singing, "Baby, you can drive my car. Yes, I'm going to be a star. Baby, you can drive my car and baby, I love you! Beep, beep, and beep-beep, YEAH!!"
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Aurora Gory Alice by Letter to Cleo! Fun to sing, fast and slow songs! So fun!

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Anyone here an Eddie from Ohio fan?

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Great thread...

I love the
Indigo Girls
Depeche Mode
Harod and Funk
Tracy Chapman

and so many more I can't think of them all right now.
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For driving it has to be

Phish, the Billy Breathes CD
{Oh, to be Prince Caspion and sail upon the waves...}

or
anything Allman Brothers

or
Jimmy Hendrix

or
Bob Marley

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Sting's Nothing Like the Sun

Peter Gabriel's So

Matchbox 20

Peter Gabriel's Salsbury Hill

The Cure's Disintegration
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Dean Martin's Greatest hits
Chris Isaak's Baja Sessions
Oh Brother Where Art Thou soundtrack
The Knitters (X's country version of themselves)
Bob Marley
U2

I love music in the car SOOO much.
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When my daughter's not in the car I listen to

Macy Gray
DMX (I can't believe it either)
Prince (I've always been a huge fan since I was a teen and he wore a 'fro)

I love to go down the highway screaming and yelling with these guys. It's free therapy.
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It all depends on my mood.

Anything Phishy, Grateful Deady, Dave Matthewsy, Bob Marleyee.

James Taylor if i'm in a mellow mood.
Bela if I'm feeling groovy!

There are sooo many.
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Greatful Dead-Reckoning
Bob Dylan
Where Brother Where Art Thou (just played that one tonight)
Van Morrison
Seeds (really cool christian CD)
Allman Brothers-I always play Eat a Peach on the first semi-warm spring day. I roll the windows down and freeze my @ss of.
Thunder Mountain (NE bluegrass group)
Leadbelly
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My fave VM song is that one .."We were born before the wind, also younger than the sun...I want to rock your gypsy soul just like way back in the days of old..." You know which one I mean, Treelove. And oh yes, Reckoning.... Also, there was a nineties band whose name escapes me now that had a line in one of their songs that went..."And if I should die today in a car wreck, just let me have Van Morrison on my tape deck..." Funny memory for the driving music thread....
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For driving, it's got to be Everclear, Sparkle & Fade.
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Massive Attack
Tool
The Pixies
Johnny Cash
Tito Puente
Yo-Yo Ma
Bob Marley
Red Hot Chili Peppers
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meatloaf 'bat out of hell'!! Yeehah!!!
What cd? you posh chicks we have cassettes!
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Oh yeah, and Tenacious D. Makes me laugh so hard. Plus I have a crush on Jack Black.
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