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Postby All about downhills » Tue Jul 29, 2008 1:35 pm

U2 (any), Bon Jovi (lost highway), Dave Matthews Band (any)
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Postby wayneh » Tue Jul 29, 2008 4:06 pm

BB King anyone?
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Postby Shifty » Tue Jul 29, 2008 5:44 pm

Last year at the finish in Sisters the band at the beer garden was Dennis McGregor Band, they were fantastic!! You should pick up his CD for your ride, you won't be sorry.

http://www.dennismcgregor.com/CD-index.php

Also the band in Oakridge, fantastic.
Clip in and let's go!
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Postby Steve from Beavercreek » Wed Jul 30, 2008 7:13 am

Wallowa County has a local group called Yellah Dog. Their last CD is called Wallowa County Line. All their songs on this CD are about local events and history. I would love to hear the title cut as I cycle over the Wallowa County line! :D
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Postby ride4fun » Wed Jul 30, 2008 9:22 pm

How about... Bachman Turner Overdrive, "Roll on down the Highway", "Let it Ride" and "Taking Care of Business", The Who "Eminence Front", David Bowie "Under Pressure", Billy Idol "Mony Mony", Edgar Winter "Free Ride", Boston "More than a Feeling", Gary Glitter "Rock and Roll, Pt 2", Tom Petty "Here Comes My Girl"and "Running Down a Dream", The Moody Blues "Ride My See Saw", Steppen Wolf "Magic Carpet Ride", Fleetwood Mac "Go Your Own Way", Steve Miller Band "Rock'n Me", The Doors "Roadhouse Blues", Allman Brothers Band "Ramblin Man", Golden Earring "Radar Love", Grateful Dead "Truckin'", Doobie Brothers "Rockin' Down the Highway", The Fabulous Thunderbirds "Tuff Enuff"
This is fun... I might need to wear an I-Pod.
Just kidding. :)

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Postby Don Bolton » Thu Jul 31, 2008 10:35 am

Well now...

Jeff Beck "Freeway Jam",
Procol Harum "Wall Street Blues" OR "Shadow Boxed" (NO WSoP!),
Yes "Going For the One"or "America",
Blodwin Pig "Its Only Love" (good luck on this one),
ELP "Bitches Crystal",
Refugee "Gatecrasher" OR "Grand Canyon Suite" (another US rarity),
Uriah Heep "Easy Livin",
Humble Pie "I Don't Need No Doctor" (Live version from Rockin the Fillmore"),
Keefe Hartley Band "Heartbreaker",
Al DiMeola "One Night Last June" OR "Kiss My Axe",
Plastic Ono Band "Blue Suede Shoes",
Cream "Outside Woman Blues"

Don "forget the 'hits' how about the band's good stuff" Bolton

ride4fun wrote:How about... Bachman Turner Overdrive, "Roll on down the Highway", "Let it Ride" and "Taking Care of Business", The Who "Eminence Front", David Bowie "Under Pressure", Billy Idol "Mony Mony", Edgar Winter "Free Ride", Boston "More than a Feeling", Gary Glitter "Rock and Roll, Pt 2", Tom Petty "Here Comes My Girl"and "Running Down a Dream", The Moody Blues "Ride My See Saw", Steppen Wolf "Magic Carpet Ride", Fleetwood Mac "Go Your Own Way", Steve Miller Band "Rock'n Me", The Doors "Roadhouse Blues", Allman Brothers Band "Ramblin Man", Golden Earring "Radar Love", Grateful Dead "Truckin'", Doobie Brothers "Rockin' Down the Highway", The Fabulous Thunderbirds "Tuff Enuff"
This is fun... I might need to wear an I-Pod.
Just kidding. :)

Doni
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Postby debstout » Sun Aug 03, 2008 6:03 pm

How about adding some Indigo Girls, Emmylou Harris and Eddie Vetter (Into the Wild soundtrack).
Thanks. Everything is better with music.
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Postby bradc » Thu Aug 14, 2008 1:57 pm

More "less well known" gems:

SRV's version of "Little Wing" from 'The Sky Is Crying'
SRV "Testify" from 'Texas Flood'
Joe Satriani "Mountain Song" & "Hill Groove" from 'Strange Beautiful Music'
Leo Kottke & Mike Gordon "Clone" from 'Clone'
Leo Kottke "Snorkel" from 'One Guitar, No Vocals'
Robin Trower "The Fool & Me" from 'Bridge of Sighs'
John Lee Hooker "Rockin' Chair" from 'The Healer'
Paul Pena "Terraplain Blues (Gonna Move)" from soundtrack 'Genghis Blues'
(must see movie)
Paul Pena "Jet Airliner" (original writer, made famous by Steve Miller)
Paul McCartney w/ Steve Miller "Used To Be Bad" from 'Flaming Pie'
The Police "Canary in a Coalmine" from "Zenyatta Mondatta"
John Fogerty "110 in the Shade" from 'Blue Moon Swamp'
Cake "Frank Sinatra" from 'Fashion Nugget'
Joe Walsh "Tomorrow" from 'But Seriously, Folks'
Mark Knopfler w/ Van Morrison "The Last Laugh" from 'Sailing to Philadelphia'
Metallica w/ SF Philharmonic Orchestra "Ecstacy of Gold" from 'S&M'
Tunng "Bullets" from 'Good Arrows'
Yes "Heart of the Sunrise" from 'Fragile'
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Postby Don Bolton » Thu Aug 14, 2008 3:07 pm

The version from Yessongs has more heart to it...

Don "I feel lost in the city" Bolton
bradc wrote:More "less well known" gems:


Yes "Heart of the Sunrise" from 'Fragile'
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Postby David R » Thu Aug 14, 2008 3:09 pm

At this point I'm sure Jackson is ignoring this thread or wihsing he hadn't asked.
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Postby Force 5 Robert » Thu Aug 14, 2008 3:31 pm

David R wrote:At this point I'm sure Jackson is ignoring this thread or wihsing he hadn't asked.


LOL!!!!! :lol:
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Postby SummerBreeze » Thu Aug 14, 2008 4:29 pm

Must be a guitar-picker out there--I'd love to have all of these myself!

More "less well known" gems:

SRV's version of "Little Wing" from 'The Sky Is Crying'
SRV "Testify" from 'Texas Flood'
Joe Satriani "Mountain Song" & "Hill Groove" from 'Strange Beautiful Music'
Leo Kottke & Mike Gordon "Clone" from 'Clone'
Leo Kottke "Snorkel" from 'One Guitar, No Vocals'
Robin Trower "The Fool & Me" from 'Bridge of Sighs'
John Lee Hooker "Rockin' Chair" from 'The Healer'
Paul Pena "Terraplain Blues (Gonna Move)" from soundtrack 'Genghis Blues'
(must see movie)
Paul Pena "Jet Airliner" (original writer, made famous by Steve Miller)
Paul McCartney w/ Steve Miller "Used To Be Bad" from 'Flaming Pie'
The Police "Canary in a Coalmine" from "Zenyatta Mondatta"
John Fogerty "110 in the Shade" from 'Blue Moon Swamp'
Cake "Frank Sinatra" from 'Fashion Nugget'
Joe Walsh "Tomorrow" from 'But Seriously, Folks'
Mark Knopfler w/ Van Morrison "The Last Laugh" from 'Sailing to Philadelphia'
Metallica w/ SF Philharmonic Orchestra "Ecstacy of Gold" from 'S&M'
Tunng "Bullets" from 'Good Arrows'
Yes "Heart of the Sunrise" from 'Fragile'
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And one more thought

Postby wayneh » Mon Aug 18, 2008 8:34 pm

Louis Armstrong.

Cyclists passionate about music makes perfect sense.
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Postby Seal Rock George » Thu Aug 21, 2008 7:30 pm

Here's the throw down. SAG 4 vs SAG 1. Tell us which SAG plays the better tunes. We start our morning with Emerson, Lake, and Palmer - Fanfare for the Common Man. No caffine required. :twisted:
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Postby Jackson » Fri Aug 22, 2008 7:58 am

I went with Aaron Copland & the London Symphony Orchestra.
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