What 10 CDs would you take?  

rm_rsp54 60F
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9/30/2005 5:29 am

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What 10 CDs would you take?

If you had to take a road trip, and you could take just 10cds with you, what would they be? I know that mp3s and other devices could make this a silly question; but I don't much like the sound from an ipod with a fm transmitter. I'ts ok in a pinch, but the distortion bothers me. I like my music loud and clear!!!
This is a question that I could not answer right away. I'm sure that the list would change according to my mood at the time, although the core of the list would always remain the same.

1)Best of the Velvet Underground

2)The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust

3) Tom Petty's Full Moon Fever

4)Jefferson Airplane's Volunteers

5)Forever Changes by Love

6)The Beatle's White Album

7)Transformer by Lou Reed

Tales by Marcus Miller

9) Kind of Blue by Miles Davis

10)Best of the Buffalo Springfield

Ask me tomorrow, and I'm sure that this list would change!!! Have a great weekend.


9/30/2005 7:34 am

I like a more eclectic collection myself.

1. Slayer-Decade of Aggression

2. Rigor Mortis-Rigor Mortis

3. Bob Seger-Greatest hits

4. Alics in Chains-Jar of Flies

5. Judas Priest-Painkiller

6. Mad Season-Above

7. The Charlie Daniels Band-A Decade of Hits

8. Credence Clearwater Revival-Chronicles Pt.1

9. Jackyl-Jackyl

10. Eric Clapton-Unplugged

Like you my mood changes all the time, but these are the ten I am liking at this moment.

rm_rsp54 60F
531 posts
9/30/2005 9:07 am

Love was a later 60's west coast rock band. Their leader Arthur Lee was seriously afraid to fly but even worse refused to tour. He was such a good songwriter and very very talented. True commercial success evaded them. He was later did several stints in the looney bin, and jail. One of their former bandmates took up with Manson. Another was convicted of manslaughter(I think)
Marcus Miller was a protege of Miles Davis. He plays the bass guitar and bass clarinet and also sometimes piano, flute, and guitar. His music is sexy beyond belief.

rm_rsp54 60F
531 posts
9/30/2005 9:12 am

Mine could be much more eclectic also, but right now I'm in rock mode. There would probably be one or two classical selections on my calmer days; the Ramones on my crazier days would appear. Also Jeff Buckley's Grace would pop on and off the list.

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10/3/2005 12:52 pm

hey rose good questionand my tastes vary also and I have quite a collection so I had to think about it as if I were going on a roadtrip and I came up with these selections
1.queens of the stone age
2.the red hot chilli peppers
4.tom petty full moon fever(that is a great record)
5john coltrane
7.jimi hendrix

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rm_rsp54 60F
531 posts
10/4/2005 3:57 am

dd, cool list. Coltrane is awesome, but sometimes I need to be in the right mood for his stuff. I tend to space out too much while listening to his stuff. Don't know why jimi wasn't on my list I go thruough periods where I get pissed at him for not being around now. Just think how different music would be with more contributions from him.

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