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good traveling music

Discussion in 'Art & Music' started by spud, Jan 13, 2009.

  1. Murf

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    personally i have my favorite as im sure were mentioned before....

    Andrew Jackson Jihad

    Mischeif Brew

    Defience Ohio

    for the past few weeks i been walking around singing blink182's "I wanna fuck a dog" , and "when you fucked grandpa"

    Pimp Juice by Nelly

    whatever the from the window to the wall song by lil jon is

    Wish you were here by pink flyod

    dueling banjos

    ray charles - you are my sunshine

    Jhonny Taylor - Disco lady

    Luke- Dr. Dre is a bitch ass nigga [get sprayed today]

    Ray Charles - Take these chains from my heart


    amongst others. i have weird taste
     
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    how did i forget my all time favorite? ANYTHING by blues travler , im sure not many people on here would agree but it takes me there ya know?
     
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    Ever since I got this cheap ass mp3 player, I've made somewhat of a tradition of putting on "Ides of March" by Iron Maiden every time my train starts moving. It just takes it from a sometimes pensive and redundant experience to an epic one.

    However, I keep my player stoked with some other things.

    Here's what I tend towards:

    A shiiiiitload of old-time Appalachian fiddle and banjo
    A little less of old country like The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers
    Leonard Cohen
    Death
    Nausea
    Mississippi Sheiks
    The Balfa Brothers
    The Freight Hoppers
    RVIVR
    Sleeo
    Thou
     
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    What does this have to do with traveling? Nothing, really. I just felt like posting some old school Metallica.
     
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    This song never fails to lift my spirits.
     
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    More David Allen Coe! This song needs to end about half way through but I like the first part. From Requiem for a Harlequin, the only psychedelic country album ever made.
     
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    More Tori Amos! When she performs this in concert she switches back and forth between piano and hammer dulcimer. Seeing her live was a religious experience. I've gone to see her 3 times!
     
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    Creedance Clearwater Revival ..!!!.... ..... just hearin some ccr makes me wanna go stick out mah thumb
     
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    The Seatbelts - Rain

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygt9fpWowCE

    The Seatbelts - Tank!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKAP1BmRs3k

    The Seatbelts - Call me, call me

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRiRr2gAoBM

    The Seatbelts - Green Bird

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4QzPpA0X7U

    The Seatbelts - What Planet Is This?!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YA4P1A3jtu0

    The Seatbelts - Ask DNA

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rYYzKo6S9g

    The Seatbelts were a (very eclectic) band created for one sole reason; To make music for the jazz-influenced anime-drama Cowboy Bebop. Being one of the very few legitimately amazing animes, I had to put some of its great music on here.
     
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    anyone mention this yet?
     
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    love black heart procession.
     
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    surf music and secret agent music
     
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    Chance McCoy and the Appalachian String Band

    Jesse Stewart

    Hogslop string band

    The legendary shack shakers

    Discharge.... always discharge

    and i'll second Tom Waits and blackbird raum
     
    #114 NotmybestNotmyworst, Feb 9, 2018
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    METAL!!!!!!!
     
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    PUNK!!!!!!!!!!!!&!&@&#&=&÷&&×€#€3^÷€÷7÷^;#;'XNDJS
     
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    I'm on a totally different level when I want travelin' music. I go with old school outlaw "country" or new school outlaw "country" or stuff like old Pat Green, Cory Morrow, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Robert Earl Keen, Reckless Kelly, Slobberbone, Charlie Robison, Back Porch Mary, Jason Boland, Hayes Carll, Bob Schneider, etc. More modern stuff would still be in that vein with bands like Turnpike Troubadours.
    I get my rock on too, but there's something about the above type of music that makes me want to get on the road and go.