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post #21 of 34 Old 01-02-2009, 10:49 PM
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I have a computer in the shop with a med size amp. loudcity.com and dowopexpress I'm a ole fart that likes 50's and 60's..
I'm upstairs now and have the same thing up here..
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Ken, It is just something about all that music, I seem to get more done when its playing, and not just in the shop. Its in the car, in the truck at work, around the house. It's just inspiring to me.

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Talk Radio (conservative), late 60s through early 80s rock, but mostly Country from the old outlaws (Merle Haggard, W Nelson, Cash------etc. Bob Wills is still the king.

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Ken, It is just something about all that music, I seem to get more done when its playing, and not just in the shop. Its in the car, in the truck at work, around the house. It's just inspiring to me.
Be careful in the truck. Metallica seems to provide a medical disconnection from my right foot to my brain that makes it feel okay to try and push the gas pedal through the floor boards of my truck. I'm glad I have cruise control.
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Just started listening to a new cd. Volbeat- Guitar and Cadillac Blood It is not as bad as it sounds. Really good stuff. On the cd they covered the Hank Williams Sr. song, Im so lonesome I could cry. They are Danish.

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I listen to oldies, Country, used to like hard rock but age caught up with me. My most favorite music to listen to in my shop would be

"Bluegrass"
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Amen to that brother!

If it has BLUE in the name I like it. Blues and Bluegrass are my favorites !
My XM radio is tuned to channel 14 Bluegrass. You can't not be happy after a few tunes. Foggy Mountain Breakdown, Flatt and Scruggs, Chester and Lester, too many to list. Here's a link to a friend of mine Thomas David Corlett : http://mog.com/music/Thomas_David_Corlett
AND: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/tdcorlett bill
BTW San Francisco Bay Blues is my favorite, just click on the play arrow.

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My wife hates Bluegrass so i am quite positive she would hate that Corlett . Probably gonna have to buy his CD just to be mean Actually he pretty darn good.
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Mississippi John Hurt or Hip Hop. And by Hip Hop I always have to clarify because 99.9% of people only know one kind of hip hop: the kind on the radio (which sux). There's a whole world of underground hip hop artists that are intelligent, positive, and musically skillful.
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i have no shop or shop radio (yet!), but when working at work or on projects around the house it is whatever is on the ipod. stylistically it pretty much covers the spectrum of available music, although i tend to favor good old detroit techno over most other options. i have also re-rediscovered the album series songs the cramps taught us which has some awesome tunes on it!
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I like the 50s and 60s stuff, much more into finnish metal bands, but still have to have the metallica and ac/dc.
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I have a TV and cable. During the season, I'll have the NASCAR race on. I'll only pay attention when the announcers get excited or during the last 25 laps or so. The rest of the time I'll have the STB feeding the stereo system with one of two CW channels or a classical channel. (I really would love an opera channel just for a change.)

I keep the volume low to just provide some background noise. And my hearing doesn't help either. I have fall off of 60 db between 2k and 3k hertz. Far too many hours in computer rooms before ear plugs were invented.

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Bluegrass. I also play it on my banjo when I'm waiting for glue to dry.

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I am tuned to the St. Louis classic rock station K-SHE 95 in my shop. They specialize in many of my favorites, Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, Grateful Dead, etc. and occasionally they throw in a tasty J.D. Blackfoot tune.
When I have my IPod out there, it has Zeppelin, Rush, Queen, ZZTop, the Dead, Stones, Little River Band, Aerosmith, etc. I've got a playlist that I can put on shuffle and it'll play almost a whole weekend.

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