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What music for the maiden voyage?

So, the title is clear, the roads are clearing, and my head is .... ummm... well, let's not go there, eh? I should be picking up the K12 Friday evening. That means Saturday I will be taking it for that first long ride (as long as it doesn't start snowing again).

This leads me to a very, very important question: What music should I take along for that first ride?

Based on this board's several thousand years of accumulated experience, I await your recommendations.
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Howdy, Juggler... what music.. hmmm.. well, this is about like starting an oil thread..

It all depends upon your personal preferences but I'd hazard to guess something of a waltz... enjoy the dance!

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So, the title is clear, the roads are clearing, and my head is .... ummm... well, let's not go there, eh? I should be picking up the K12 Friday evening. That means Saturday I will be taking it for that first long ride (as long as it doesn't start snowing again).

This leads me to a very, very important question: What music should I take along for that first ride?

Based on this board's several thousand years of accumulated experience, I await your recommendations.
My ride play list has 344 songs now. Enjoy the ride and AVOID THE ICE!

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Well, I like pretty much anything except rap, hip-hop (actually some of that is okay, as long as it isn't all gratuitous profanity), and bubblegum music.

Classical, rock, jazz, R&B, bluegrass, country, reggae, cajun/zydeco and Celtic folk music are all acceptable categories.

I'm just looking for that one perfect song (and several others for the rest of the ride) for the all-important "first dance".
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Well, I like pretty much anything except rap, hip-hop (actually some of that is okay, as long as it isn't all gratuitous profanity), and bubblegum music. I'm just looking for that one perfect song (and several others for the rest of the ride) for the all-important "first dance".
I can't drive 55...

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Iron Maiden?
Hmmmm... I have some Iron Butterfly, but no Iron Maiden. Can you suggest a specific album or song?
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Music is an amazingly subjective thing. And I like listening to different musics at different times and places. My 60GB iPod is maxed-out at nearly 10,000 songs. I have everything from Mozart to Metallica, Enya to Evanescence, and Frank Sinatra to the Foo Fighters. Variety is the spice of life.
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Music is an amazingly subjective thing. . . . . .
. . . and totally dependant on mood. I've also got very eclectic taste - I basically like any genre of music, as long as it's good (except for high opera). What makes me chuckle is that when I put my pod or Sony NW walkman 1 on shuffle, I'll hear tracks that I think are awesome, look at the display to find it's something from a CD I haven't heard for years, and never played that track much anyway, 1st time round.

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For the first part the best music will be the wonderful live sound of that beautiful motor singing.

After that I would start with Radar Love and then the Long and Winding Road.

Have fun. I got bike back in middle of December and have yet to make time for a good ole get to know ya ride, but I am a patient man and I know it will be well worth it.

Have fun and stay safe.
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Ok... Rush, Red Barchetta

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How about Emerson, Lake & Palmer "From the Beginning"...

Brain Salad Surgery. Cool record, just revisited it again after many years (thanks to iTunes).

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My trip home with my LT was Southern Culture on the Skids. Mojo Box. That has stayed in the single. In the changer are Collective Soul, Doyle Tramhall (wrote a bunch of songs for Stevie Ray Vaughan), Scrappy Hamilton (local NC band that did Ragtime/Stomp/Boogie music), something else I can't remember and for the wife, Dixie Chcks and Gwen Stefani. Feels kinda odd sitting at a light with "hollaback girl" blaring. Thank goodness I got the headsets working correctly... Needing a change. Probably go to some Brian Setzer and SRV.

Enjoy that first long ride. Whatever you choose will be fine.

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For the first ride, I'd have to go with The Eagles Greatest Hits. It would be a good starting point with a good beat and then you can kick'it up from there.

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Lots of great suggestions!

I think so far the one that sticks in my head is Radar Love ... and that other Golden Earring song Twilight Zone is also a great riding song.



Once upon a time, the motorcycle club at work invited a State Trooper to come and talk at one of our meetings. When we finally drifted off the subject of motorcycles, he mentioned that several troopers listened to the local rock station, and whenever they played "Born To Be Wild", they could *always* bust someone for speeding.
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Some from my Riding playlist. . .

Come Fly With Me, Sinatra. (I especially like the Duets II version with Luis Miguel, more lively, bigger band)

Ride of the Valkyries from "Die Walküre", Wagner

Max-O-Man, Fourplay

Breezin', George Benson

Rock & Roll, Led Zeppelin

Serpentine, Earth, Wind, & Fire

Show Me the Way, Peter Frampton

America The Beautiful, Ray Charles (w/Alicia Keys)

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It depends on what kind of ride you want and your mood. For a nice relaxing ride I will often listen to Pink Floyd "The Division Bell" or Dire Straights "Brothers in Arms" albums. If I'm looking for a "spirited" ride it is anything from Metallica to Nine Inch Nails.

Also Jimmy Buffet is good anytime. Either way enjoy!

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Rush Red Barchetta Comes to mind.

Oopps I guess I am not the only one that thought Red Barchetta. Should have read the entire thread before putting my fifty cents worth in. Enjoy the ride.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dixie Chcks and Gwen Stefani.

People buy other music ??? _ put a bit of Pink Floyd, Molly Hatchet and Paul Orton and the Kingpins (all the way from Austin, Texas) to that, and it'll be a brill ride - enjoy.

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Music is an amazingly subjective thing. And I like listening to different musics at different times and places. My 60GB iPod is maxed-out at nearly 10,000 songs. I have everything from Mozart to Metallica, Enya to Evanescence, and Frank Sinatra to the Foo Fighters. Variety is the spice of life.
That's almost a song per post for you Joe!

BTW, I'm with the KTM boys tomorrow, so the ride schedule should be resolved.

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Bob Seger- Roll Me Away

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Like a Virgin?
You know? The song by Madonna. Some millionaire artists sing about being poor. Madonna sings about being a virgin. One in the same, when you think about it.
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"Magic Carpet Ride" by Steppin Wolf
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How `bout Musk Rat Love by America...kidding. Down load Cowboy by Kid Rock. That might get the adrenaline flowin`.
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What music for the maiden voyage?

Well, I can think of nothing finer than a little Three Days Grace, Breaking Benjamin and System of a Down. Tasty!

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Serendipity-doo!

I drove the bike home last night. It was raining and people were driving like nutcases, so I didn't turn on the stereo on the way home.

This morning, I took the bike out for a jaunt. I was so excited about taking the bike out, I didn't even think to grab a tape or CD. Pulling out of my neighborhood, I turned on the stereo. The previous owner had left some CDs in the changer (neither of us had thought to check that). The song that was just starting was Radar Love. I backed it up to the beginning and cranked it up as I got on the freeway.

Yee-hah!


(It's nice to know the previous owner had good taste in music as well as motorcycles.)
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I drove the bike home last night. It was raining and people were driving like nutcases, so I didn't turn on the stereo on the way home.

This morning, I took the bike out for a jaunt. I was so excited about taking the bike out, I didn't even think to grab a tape or CD. Pulling out of my neighborhood, I turned on the stereo. The previous owner had left some CDs in the changer (neither of us had thought to check that). The song that was just starting was Radar Love. I backed it up to the beginning and cranked it up as I got on the freeway. Yee-hah! (It's nice to know the previous owner had good taste in music as well as motorcycles.)
Congratulations on the LT. You now own an amazing machine. Hope your LT is as kind to you as mine was for four years. Enjoy.

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I drove the bike home last night. It was raining and people were driving like nutcases, so I didn't turn on the stereo on the way home.

This morning, I took the bike out for a jaunt. I was so excited about taking the bike out, I didn't even think to grab a tape or CD. Pulling out of my neighborhood, I turned on the stereo. The previous owner had left some CDs in the changer (neither of us had thought to check that). The song that was just starting was Radar Love. I backed it up to the beginning and cranked it up as I got on the freeway.

Yee-hah!


(It's nice to know the previous owner had good taste in music as well as motorcycles.)

Dang you couldn't have asked for anything better then Radar Love great song for the first dance.
BTW wecome to the nuthouse and enjoy the ride

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