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post #1 of 42 Old Jul 13th, 2006, 3:01 pm Thread Starter
 
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What's in your Bike's CD changer?

Let's start a what-cha-listenin-to thread....

Gearing up for the Vermont rally. Have a few slots for some highly recommended riding music....

Here's what I have found most excellent to cruise to... How 'bout you?

1.) Killers - Hot Fuss
2.) Nina Simone
3.) Counting Crows - August and Everything After
4.) Edie Brikel and the new Bohemians - Greatest Hits
5.) Tom Waits - Mule Variations
6.) Waifs - Sink or Swim
7.) Sting - Mercury Falling
8.) BB King, John Lee Hooker, Ray Charles

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Thumbs down CD's?!

I'm a leelte confused. I thought the LT only came with a 6-disc changer, yet you listed 8!!!



I haven't played an actual CD in almost 2 years. My iPod has over 7,000 songs in it. And I listen to every one of them, whenever I want to. To try to satisfy my listening taste with 6, 10, or 40 discs is almost futile.
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CD's!

Wow! that iPod thingy sounds great! I can only carry a few 8-tracks at a time, otherwise they take up too much space...

Timo Mass
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Kingston Trio
Jane's Addiction

Well, that is what is there now, these things change quite frequently!
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post #6 of 42 Old Jul 13th, 2006, 7:00 pm
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Since I had it pulled to make more room. However, I have a little Van Halen and Sammy Hagar to slip into the single player.
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A couple Johhny Cash, a Willie Nelson, a Marty Robbins, a country Gospel, and a George Jones.... Ray Charles and Old & In the Way are in the bullpen...
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Since like you I haven't moved into the IPOD craze....yet (but I do have XM when the wife isn't hogging it). I have the following in my unit at the moment.

KD Tunstall (Black horse and the cherry tree is favorite song currently)
Soundtrack from Michael
Los Lonely Boys
Melissa Etheridge (great for riding)
New Dixie Chicks (not crazy about it yet)
John Mayer (Ok for riding leisurely)

One of my favorites but I broke it a few weeks ago was
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1- Joe Satriani
2- Skynard
3- Zepplin
4- Frampton
5- Chili Peppers
6- Fleetwood Mac
7- wifes choice

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1 - Cross Canadian Ragweed
2 - Back in Black
3 - Top 40 Country Mix
4 - George Strait Greatest Hits
5 - GNR
6 - Shakira, but the GF put that in......


But the XM radio is hard to beat....I don't actually use my CD player much.....

The only reason I remember is because she wanted to hear Shakira and changed the CD's the other night....

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I'm a leelte confused. I thought the LT only came with a 6-disc changer, yet you listed 8!!!



I haven't played an actual CD in almost 2 years. My iPod has over 7,000 songs in it. And I listen to every one of them, whenever I want to. To try to satisfy my listening taste with 6, 10, or 40 discs is almost futile.
I have seven CDs loaded.

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And sometimes the moon, screaming or not....

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8.) BB King, John Lee Hooker, Ray Charles
Got a whole playlist on the iPod with these. Great stuff.

As for the CD player, here's Herb Albert's Whipped Cream & Other Delights remixed with breakbeats, etc., and I highly recommend it!

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1. Buffet.
2. Rush - Different Stages 1.
3. Rush - Different Stages 2.
4. Blues Brothers.
5. Cars.
6. Stevie Ray Vaughn.

But I use the XM 99% of the time, 8,9,42,46,49... and 150.

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1) Jimmy Buffet - Songs you know by heart
2) Crystal Method - great for slicing through the curves!
3) Sinatra - greatest hits
4) Flogging Molly
5) Metallica - S&M #1
6) Metallica - S&M #2

However, since installing my Roady2, the CD player doesn't get used much.

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i suspect mostly its dust

i think there is one CD in there from the previous owner

cant see putting a CD in there when i have 12000 songs on my mp3 player

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I had some interesting stuff in the player when the bike came to me, but I delivered back to the original owner last year at CCR.

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Switching between:
Elementary Korean (volume 1 of course) and
Jaco Pastorius' debut CD,

when I'm not listening to the wife or the GPS or the wind

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I sold the CD changer to another member of this site, but since I recently installed the Baehr intercom I have been using the single CD player. Presently a live recording of a Gene Cook performance is in there. Gene is a Nashville blues singer-songwriter, and why he isn't famous yet I don't know. Hopefully someday you'll all know about him.

If there are some big blues fans out there and are interested in his music let me know; I'll sell you a new two-CD set of this performance for $15.

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Single player in the Oddment box: Coldplay XYZ
In the changer:
Pat Methany: One Quiet Night
Rush: CHRONICLES
Coldplay: Rush of blood to the head
LIVE: Throwing Copper


Can't think of the rest. Usually listen to XM. 22, 40, 45, 49, 50, 70, 71, 72, 75, 175 or whatever station the Red sox are on.

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A cd called Strip Joint songs. Hey I like it

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Got a whole playlist on the iPod with these. Great stuff.

As for the CD player, here's Herb Albert's Whipped Cream & Other Delights remixed with breakbeats, etc., and I highly recommend it!

I listened to the samples, and now I am buying that album! THANKS!

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A tribute to Cash by other artists and some Brad Paisley. The rest are all mixed cd's I burned. That Herb Alpert sure brings back the memories.

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I'm 62 and I grew up in southern California. I have a ton of albums that I no longer listen to. Many years ago, I realized I hated buying an album or CD because I liked one or two songs and not the rest. With the advent of music downloads, I joined a group called "Limewire" for sharing music. There must be easily a million songs available. Armed with this and a couple of web sites that list top 40 hits from all years since the 30s, I've downloaded a library of over 500 of my favorite songs by artists from Aaron Neville to The Youngbloods. From there, I've burned about 20 of my own CDs that I rotate through the player on the LT. My taste in music runs mostly from the 60s era but, the styles vary. Some of my favorite artists are; The Beach Boys, George Strait, Buddy Holly, The Shirelles, John Denver, The Eagles, The Ventures and, of course, Elvis.
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The CL only plays 1 CD, so I have my Summer's Hottest Hits with:

Sailing - Christopher Cross
Walking on Sunshine - Katrina & the Waves
Summer Breeze - Seals & Crofts
It Never Rains in CA - Albert Hammond
Happy Together - The Turtles
Hawaii Five-O - The Ventures
A Summer Song - Chad & Jeremy
Surf City - Jan & Dean
All Summer Long - The Beach Boys
Surfer's Stomp - The Marketts
Escape (The Pina Colada Song) - Rupert Holmes
Hot Fun in the Summertime - Sly & The Family Stone
Don't Worry Be Happy - Bobby McFerrin
In the Summertime - Mungo Jerry
Heat Wave - Linda Ronstadt
Surfin USA - The Beach Boys
Wipeout - The Ventures
I live for the Sun - The Sunrays
Summertime Blues - Eddie Cochran
Summertime, Summertime - The Jamies

And when I get tired of that I have my Roady 2 set to the 70's, BPM, The System and smooth Jazz.

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6. Keith Urban - Be Here

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RIGHT NOW....Earth Wind and Fire....Faces...in the single...

The Rippingtons Feat. Russ Freeman always accompany me and will get me thru any bad times.....will occasionally listen to Stevie Ray Vaughan..to wake me up.....and Richard Elliott.....when Im in the Home area I mainly listen to smooth jazz 105.9...I know I know....must get XM....................

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Let's start a what-cha-listenin-to thread....

Gearing up for the Vermont rally. Have a few slots for some highly recommended riding music....

Here's what I have found most excellent to cruise to... How 'bout you?

1.) Killers - Hot Fuss
2.) Nina Simone
3.) Counting Crows - August and Everything After
4.) Edie Brikel and the new Bohemians - Greatest Hits
5.) Tom Waits - Mule Variations
6.) Waifs - Sink or Swim
7.) Sting - Mercury Falling
8.) BB King, John Lee Hooker, Ray Charles

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I think I left some CDs in the changer, but I couldn't tell you what they are...I pulled it out in the first summer and replaced it with a Blitzsafe/MP3 player. Some of my top artists and selections, in no particular order, however, would be...

Van Halen (Diamond Dave mostly, not so much Sammy Hagar)
Rush
ZZ Top
Frank Zappa
Floyd
Clapton/Yardbirds
Stones
Beatles
Bowie
variety of Brit Invasion

Favorite selection for driving/riding...

#1 best choice for riding roads like the open countryside in
Vermont's farm country...Rush! Via la Strangiata
(If you're a Rush fan try rearranging the flip side of 2112...paste Circumstances to the end of Strangiata, I'd bet real money they were created from the same jam!)
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Rush - Roll The Bones
Harry Connick Jr. - She
Boston - Boston
Bonnie Raitt - Luck of the Draw
U2 - Achtung Baby
The Who - 30 yrs maximum R&B -Disc2

Sirius about to be installed--then hair nation, buzzsaw, rewind,vault...and the jazz

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If I'm not using an MP3 device (one in the GPS, but I haven't solved the alternator whine, and various smart cards in a PDA), I've got a rotating group of CDs: The Band (Music from Big Pink, Last Waltz); Keb 'Mo (any of the first three CDs); Greatful Dead; Beatles; C,S,N,Y; Bach organ music; Anonymous 4 (American Songs); Clapton; Bonnie Raitt; and my newest favorite, Chris Smither, who I listen to about 90% of the time now.

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there isnt enough room to list the music I listen to. I have such a wide variatyof music it is amazing from classical to reggae. bach and bethoven to matisyahu
john prine, and all sorts in between.
I do listen to the blues more often than anything else, also some off the wall christian music. you may never know what will be in my cd changer at anytime and neither will I!

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Yup .. an XM receiver does make CD issues less. But with that said, this past 2 weeks on a trip carried 6 that got played a few times.

1) Santana
2) Eric Clapton
3) Chris Issac
4) Aerosmith
5) Sheril Crow
6) Dave Mathews

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1. Allison Krause and Union Station
2. The Seldom Scene
3. James Brown's Greatest Hits Vol.1
4. Peter White
5. Dave Koz
6. The Temptations Sing Smoky

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1-Iron Butterfly
2-Boston/Dooby Brothers
3-James Gang/Tommy James & Shondels
4-3 Dog night
5-Cream/Steppenwolf/Santana
6-Grand Funk RR

Off to the side: Deep Purple/YES/Vavaldi/ - WOOOOOW! where did that come from???
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