Thoughtforfood wrote:dinosaur jr
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Shudder to Think
Sun Kil Moon
Flying Saucer Attack
David Allan Coe
I could go on for days.
Alpe d'Huez wrote:Must be pretty noisy with all that going on at once!
centurionomega wrote:new Tortoise record
Japan (David Sylvian band)
Jimmy McGriff & David "Groove" Holmes
Goldwax Northern Soul Comp
Barbara Lewis (Hello Stranger)
a CD called Highs of the Sixties (with Love, Knickerbockers, Swingin' Medallions et al.)
69-73 rocksteady record called Jamaican Beat
Kon & Amir's "Kings of Diggin"
60s ska record "Knockout Ska" with Don Drummond, Tommy McCook, Alton Ellis etc.
The Black Lips
Doc Bagby & Luis Rivera's "Battle of the Organs"
The Champs (60s instrumental band)
The F***ing Champs (SF instrumetal band)
Conquest For Death
Gang of Four
Forbidden Gang Funk from Rio de Janeiro
The Guitar and the Gun (a highlife comp)
Guitar Music from the Western Sahara (Sun City Girls comp)
Guitars of the Golden Triangle (Sun City Girls comp)
Thee Oh Seas (OCS)
My Bloody Valentine
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Takashi Hirayasu & Bob Brozman
The Ink Spots
I work in a record store.
krebs303 wrote:Have a mix of Marshall Tucker Band, Asleep at the Wheel and The Amazing Rhythm Aces on now.
Thoughtforfood wrote:I used to, which accounts for the fact that my list was cool circa 1995.....
Great list though. Pussy Galore is aces. I just got back from CA and my first trip to SF. My wife went to school there and lived there for awhile. I am jealous, that city would be just fantastic for training.
Thoughtforfood wrote:I am listening to Radiohead Reckoner right now.......which reminds me of the book/movie "Choke" which reminds me that life can be pretty fuci<ed up...........
centurionomega wrote:Indeed, I am very fortunate. I even got to volunteer for the Tour of California the past two years.
Plenty of bike lanes in the Bay Area, some good (but not high in altitude) climbs, and a Mediterranean climate. Happy to be a born Californian.
dgodave wrote:Do you guys (girls?) do anything special to maintain traffic-awareness while you have music in your ears.
I'd love to ride with music but Im afraid of blocking out car noise.
BroDeal wrote:I never listen to music on the road. I'll use an iPod when MTBing and trail running.
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