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Discussion in 'Trip Planning' started by Lostmike, May 4, 2013.
I played Live/Dead by the Grateful Dead a shit ton on my Alaska trip
Another ride, another song
Depends on the mood. Behind on time with 100 miles left to go Metallica`s And justice for all album. Lazy day with nowhere to be my own mix of the RHCP Ride my Zephyr and Venice queen top that list. My Goldwing is a perfect platform for listening to music and cruising
Forrest Gump theme...
I am completely satisfied with nothing except the wind and my pipes. Today's music sucks, plain and simple. Yes, you guessed it I am old, 72 yrs old, my songs are 50's and 60's where you can actually hear the lyrics, no screaming and never the F word.
Still tho, quiet is my way to go. Even in my truck, the radio stays off. Just me, I was born weird.
Theme song from my groups 2016 NW USA road trip;
sport bike track day - "Fuel" Metallica
sport ride - "Jerry was a race car driver" Primus
Dual day - "Celebration Day" Led Zeppelin
ADV trip - "Set the controls for the heart of the sun" Pink Floyd
..... at least that is what came to mind at present??????
I can totally respect that feeling.
And in honor of a simpler time, cleaner music, and classier dames......
May I suggest some Booker T & the MG's.
I listen to Workingman's Dead and American Beauty a lot. Partly because my voice recognition commands recognize those unambiguously. But I'd listen to them anyway
Didn't read the whole thread but I like to think of lyrics and hum, sing them in my head, one of the best I think is Drinkin and Dreaming by Waylon
Try to get Miles from Nowhere by Cat Stevens out of your head
Ryan Bingham "Bread and Water" - if you have ever run out of water in NW Nevada you can relate.
Climb to Safety by Widespread Panic
Of course, "Ride Me High" by Widespread Panic is a solid back-up
On the Road Again
Little Green Bag (I don't know who but its on the Resivior Dogs soundtrack)
Cocaine blues Johnny Cash
Mama tried Merle Haggard
The only hell my mama ever raised Johnny Paycheck
Lawyers, Guns and Money Warren Zevon
Thug ZZ Top
James Dean Eagles
All the way from Memphis Mott the Hoople
Theses are good starters. Then add a lot of Allman Bros and the rest of my Southern, Classic and Desert rock play list.
Back in the '70's at Uni (in Ontario) we had a group of guys in res, only one of which had a car. Every so often we would pile into his malibu and head to a bar, he'd put "going mobile' in the 8-track and off we'd go! Great times that often took days to recover! Good thing I didn't have a bike bike then, I wasn't responsible enough. To this day I still put Going Mobile on when heading off on a trip. My kids don't get it.
Running Down A Dream by Tom Petty!