Good Road Music
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Allan Bristol
(rockaide) - F
Good Road Music on 10/31/2005 14:20:55 MST Print View

I recently took a trip up from Humboldt to Seattle to play a show with some of my old college buddies -- had a great time, I hadn't seen them in ages. I was just curious if anyone else is a fan of the Spin Doctors, I bought their new after reading about its release on UMVD online...it's been a while since I'd listened to them, but they were a bit hit back in my college days, so it was nice to hear their jammy tunes with good hooks.

The CD is Nice Talking to Me, kept me a lot of company on I5, there's some great road tunes on there.

larry savage
(pyeyo) - F

Locale: pacific northwest
Pat Methany on 11/03/2005 18:25:35 MST Print View

Spin Docter's is just fine but I really like Pat Methany American Garage/Heartland for those long streches before the mountains poke up.

David Lewis
(davidlewis) - MLife

Locale: Nova Scotia, Canada
Re: Pat Methany on 11/04/2005 19:37:35 MST Print View

Pat Metheny

larry savage
(pyeyo) - F

Locale: pacific northwest
Re: Re: Pat Methany on 11/04/2005 20:51:43 MST Print View

rooop's

Mark Larson
(mlarson) - MLife

Locale: Southeast USA
Re: Re: Re: Pat Metheny on 11/05/2005 01:30:47 MST Print View

Another vote for Metheny, particularly "The Road to You" and "As Falls Wichita...". Y'all have good taste.
-Mark

David Lewis
(davidlewis) - MLife

Locale: Nova Scotia, Canada
Re: Re: Re: Re: Pat Metheny on 11/05/2005 22:02:28 MST Print View

I have very fond memories of "Still Life (Talking)" by the Pat Metheny Group. I swear there was a time in the early 90's when I listened to that album at least a few times a week every week for a year or more. Just about wore out my walkman on those daily subway trips :) I still love that album... although on the odd occasion that I listen to it now... I bring it up via remote control on my iMac in iTunes/Front Row with high resolution artwork on screen and lossless CD quality audio streamed to my home theater system over my wireless network... LOL :) Times change... but the music is as great as it ever was.

Edited by davidlewis on 11/05/2005 22:05:34 MST.