What's in your tape (cd) player on your fishing trips?

Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by Shawn, Jan 29, 2006.

  1. Shawn

    Shawn New Member

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    I always like some “road music” playing in my car the way to the fishin’ hole. Just curious what you all listen to?

    Here’s a few of my favorites….

    Allmans, Grateful Dead, Zeppelin, Cream, Hendrix, Mellencamp, Neil Young, Bela Fleck, Union Station (like that bluegrass music), and country folks like Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson, Flying Burritos, too

    I have several mix tapes made up to keep things interesting… Rustic Roads, Twangy Tunes, Road Songs and River Tunes…

    Imagine you’re in the car before sunrise on the way out to the river playing Midnight Rider playing (or a few hours past midnight on the way home); driving through the country singing along with Country Roads; out on the highway cranking Pink Houses, Truckin’ or Movin’ (BadCo); pulling up to the launch cranking Blue Sky; or I Know You Rider (love the Sonny Landreth version) anywhere along the way...



    Shawn

    ps almost forgot Mary Chapin Carpenter "I Feel Lucky" gotta like that one!!!
     
  2. pendog66

    pendog66 New Member

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    I have listened to the same Cd for 2 years now, it has CCR, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, Lynard Skynard, Allman Brothers, eagles, and clapton
     

  3. Catchinbiguns

    Catchinbiguns Member

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    Either Some Jazz like TRIBAL TECH or some gospel music.
     
  4. Katmaster Jr.

    Katmaster Jr. New Member

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    ZZ Top, Frank Zappa, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Lynard Synard. Well thats just some of my favorite's.:cool:
     
  5. Blue Bruiser

    Blue Bruiser New Member

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    For some strange and unknown reason I always find myself listening to White Zombie while on the way to the ramp. Maybe Subliminally I think that if I get thinkin like the evil, dark natured blue that roams my rivers I can take him. LOL

    :evil-big:
     
  6. Ohio_River_Rat

    Ohio_River_Rat New Member

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    ACDC, Alan Jackson, Allman Bros., BTO, Boston, Brooks & Dunn, CCR, Craig Morgan, The Doors, EAGLES, Clapton, Thorogood, HANK JR, Hendrix, ZEPPELIN, SKYNYRD, steppenwolf, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Nugent, Toby Keith, Willie Nelson, ZZ top
     
  7. brian sax

    brian sax New Member

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    Mostly listen to the charlie daniels, george strait, brooks and Dunn just to name a few. As long as its country.
     
  8. dinkbuster1

    dinkbuster1 New Member

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    usually some old Mercyful fate, or............SLAYER! :D
     
  9. blkhawkdwn

    blkhawkdwn New Member

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    Al Greene, Marvin Gaye, Marvin Sease, Bobby Wamack, Ottis Redding, Betty wright, Sam Cook, Brian Mcknight, Cool and the Gang, Earth,wind & fire, Commadors, Garth Brooks,

    there isn't enough room to list them all but i have listed a few.
     
  10. Rainman4u2

    Rainman4u2 Guest

    If it ROCKS it gets played.

    Ray
     
  11. greg

    greg USCA - STAFF Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I guess I would have to say Mark Knopler, Rob Zombie, many others. No Country though
     
  12. Shawn

    Shawn New Member

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    oh, yes! ZZ Top Eliminator...that one makes me drive faster :thumbsup:

    and I do listen to some jazz occasionally too Grant Green, or maybe some Metheny

    and if I really want to rock out - try Van Halen Eruption cranked just before launching the boat sometime! That will get your blood pumping...


    Shawn
     
  13. center12

    center12 New Member

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    Shamefully...............sports talk radio:0a13:

    After the boats on the river I like to find a nice snag, toss out a couple of perch and listen to a ball game.............while sipping a cool one of course!!

    Flathead fishing rocks:)
     
  14. Fishinfreak

    Fishinfreak Member

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    The Mighty Metallica.
     
  15. Deltalover

    Deltalover New Member

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    I like it all, Shania Twain to Nina Simone, Willie Nelson to Blind Lemon Jefferson, Van Morrison to John Coltrain, Stevie Ray Vaugh, Ester Phillips, Janus Joplin, Jimmy Hendricks, Tab Benoit, Ray Charles,Tommy Castro, B.B. King, Santanna, Walon Jennings, Black Eyed Peas, Eric Clapton, Nora Jones, man it's hard to stop!
     
  16. shania

    shania New Member

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    I'll like to add some more music to this list because I like the same kind of music (Old School R & B) :

    Johnny "Guitar" Watson / Bobby Womack / Con Funk Shun / Heatwave / Chicago / Hall & Oates / L.T.D. / Rufus & Chaka Khan / The Isley Brothers / The Ohio Players / The Gap Band / The Whispers / Barry White / The Bar-kays / The Brother Johnson / The Tower of Power / Parliament / The Spinners. :)

    There's nothin' like the "Old School"! ;)

    Take it easy,
    Bert:cool:
    (Shaina)
     
  17. Icemanxxxv

    Icemanxxxv New Member

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    Every day I got the Blues. Old Blues New Blues Delta Blues Chicago Blues Electric Blues and Oh yeah Clasic Rock. On some nights if the Moon is Right Pink Floyd Echos or Darkside of the Moon.
     
  18. dgde4x4man

    dgde4x4man New Member

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    Well since I call my friends hoss I'll let you guess...
    Waylon Jennings! Nothing better than 'ol watashi.
     
  19. Mutt

    Mutt Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    country or lite jazz or classical
     
  20. Madtownangler

    Madtownangler New Member

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    I used to bring my mp3 CD player with up to 150 songs on a CD and play it randomly. Now I have a regular mp3 player with over 1600 songs on it right now. I can get about 6000 or so on when it's filled. I mostly listen to 80's and 80's remixes. Imagine being out fishing at midnight BS-ing with a bunch of guys and "Like A Virgin" by Madonna comes up on the speakers next. The funny part is when people start singing along with it. My favorite fishing music is by "Da Yoopers" which is a Wisconsin/Northern Michigan thing.