OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

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    OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    And I'm not talking about those zippered CD jackets that hold like 100 CD's.  I'm talking about the handful that actually get slid into the CD slot when your by yourself on a long drive.

    The ultimate tell into ones musical psyche is what's in the car.

    Currently I have had the following 3:

    Meatallica - Ride the Lightning  (in the slot)
    GnR - Appetite for Destruction
    Led Zeppelin IV
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.


    The CDs I have in my car have little to do with my favorite must-haves.  They're discs I was sharing with my son (13-yrs-old today!) of different bands he might not have heard much of before.  Which ones are always rotating -- right now "Rattle and Hum" and "The Best of J Geils".  Other cds that might be in there right now would be ones by the Laurie Berkner Band (for my 5 year old daughter).

    Must-have music is on my ipod, because that has cd's that I've bothered to copy over.  Plus music that I've downloaded that I haven't cared if I had the cd or not, so my ipod has a combination of must-have and why-not-try-it stuff.

     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    I, too, after many years of resisting, am solely reliant on the iPod. However, the last album I played on said iPod was "Tim" by the Replacements.
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    There are no CD's in my car.

    But whenever I take a long trip, I usually bring Billboard's Top Rock'n'Roll Hits of the late 50's thru early 60's and my Nuggets CDs.
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    Stones - Let it bleed
    Edgar Winter - They only come out at night
    Deep Purple - Machine Head
    Foghat - Fool for the city
    Bachmann Turner Overdrive -The Best of BTO (So far)
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    My new car's stereo has a USB connection, so my ipod (played through 12 speakers, voice-activated) is my current favorite music toy.

    However, the wife and I switch cars often, so my CDs in the other car are:

    Talking Heads - The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads (2 CDs)
    Trampled By Turtles - Stars And Satellites
    New Multitudes - New Multitudes
    Garbage - Not Your Kind Of People
    Dr. Dog - Be The Void
    Grace Potter & The Nocturnals - The Lion, The Beast, The Beat


     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    I 'll keep it short and won't go into detail.

    CDs are only in my car on the way back from the store.

     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    The Black Keys
    Morphine
    The La's
    and
    The Byrds Greatest Hits (based on a recent post here)
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    The true and complete inventory of what was in my car when I read the OP

    Rory Gallagher - Top Priority
    Rory Gallagher - Photo Finish
    Robin Trower - King Biscuit Flower Hour
    BOC - Secret Treaties
    Alan Parsons - I Robot
    Crash Test Dummies - God Shuffled His Feet
    Tom Petty - Best of (burned from ITunes downloads)
    Tony Iommi - Fused (been a while since I played it) 

    A lot of the selections were influenced by stuff I've read and posted on here.
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    In Response to Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.:
    [QUOTE]The true and complete inventory of what was in my car when I read the OP Rory Gallagher - Top Priority Rory Gallagher - Photo Finish Robin Trower - King Biscuit Flower Hour BOC - Secret Treaties Alan Parsons - I Robot Crash Test Dummies - God Shuffled His Feet Tom Petty - Best of (burned from ITunes downloads) Tony Iommi - Fused (been a while since I played it)  A lot of the selections were influenced by stuff I've read and posted on here.
    Posted by Hfxsoxnut[/QUOTE]
     Dig that Robin Trower!!
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    It's funny that a few of you mentioned using your "i" devices.  I currently have none of my iPhone space devoted to my album library I have uploaded to iTunes.  I like to save the space for movies I download when I travel or Watch TV via my sling Box.  Now DirecTV is making more channels available for streaming.

    I guess what I'm trying too say is I mainly use my iPhone as a Movie/TV media device and not for music.  Though I will use the Pandora app if in the music mode.
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    Had Blood Visions by Jay Reatard in this morning. I took out More Fun in the New World by X 
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.


    I just added another cd to the car collection -- aka the "Introduce the Son to New (Old) Music" cds:  "The Best of Steppenwolf" -- 5 bucks at Target and worth every penny.


     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    Hey slim,

    I listened to your suggestion...

    Townes Van Zandt's original version of 'Loretta':
    http://youtu.be/5Q4FhCbPkkw

    Sounds a bit like Warren Zevon

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMTKb-pgxGI
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    I've got

    Widespread Panic's Live in the Classic City
    The Best of Hot Tuna
    A live recording of Dave Matthews Band  (not sure which one)
    A Bill Evans CD

    Abd a bunch of stuff on my IPhone which plugs into my car stereo
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    I don't keep CDs in my car. What I used to do is take about four or five -- whatever I feel like listening to at the time -- and listen to them for awhile then swap them out.

    I haven't brought anything knew in the car in awhile. Most of my trips are short so I just listen channel surf on the radio between either talk or a couple of local stations.

    Or I listen to WEEI or 98.5 The Sports Hub on an app on my iPhone while I drive.

    When I do travel cross the state or country, however, I do have a few CDs that I bring.

    These first two are always with me on long trips out of nostalgia, but they often are the most-played because of it. When I went on my first cross country trip when I was just out of high school, I just had albums. I had just bought The Moody Blues tape. My sister had Simon and Garfunkel that I borrowed and one or two compiliation tapes (Songs of James Bond, as I recall and songs of the '80s that had a few songs I'd fast-foward to).

    So I drove 1,300 miles each way occassionally listening to the compilation tapes and occassionally channel-surfing for something on the radio. But otherwise I listened to The Moody Blues and S&G tapes. Never really got sick of them during the trip, although afterward there was a spell where I didn't listen to them. Now, they bring back so many great memories of that trip that they are must-haves when I go cross country.

    The Moody Blues (double-album/tape) -- This Is The Moody Blues.
    Simon and Garfunkel -- Concert in Central Park.

    Now I add:
    Dire Straits -- Alchemy
    Derek and the Dominoes -- Layla and Assorted Love Songs
    Pink Floyd -- Wish You Were Here, Dark Side of the Moon and Animals.
    The Who -- Quadraphenia, Tommy
    Meat Loaf -- Live Around the World
    Fleetwood Mac -- The Dance

    That gives me about 11 and I'll usually grab a couple of more, depending on what strikes me at the moment.
     
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    Re: OK, Rusty made me do this. Tell me what CD's are currently in your car.

    Just compilation CD's which I mix myself.
     

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