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Favorite Camping Music?
Punk rock blaring as loud as possible!!! That is my camp music. Oh and who cares about anyone around me.......(kidding). As much as I love the greatest genre of Rock N Roll, Quiet time in the mountains is to be cherished!
get the lead outgoing to cahttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luDgb5vVHuA&feature=related4 non blondes misty mt hophttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVmFF6_etkI&feature=fvwrel
My buddy, Shug, from the Hammock Forums, sent me a TON of his original music. Great for hiking to!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyZdwJVV0Eo-----M
Simon and Garfunkel.The sound of silence.
im with you Ken.. right now listening to the Blue Album.. but in the wilderness?NO place for music. I go out there to get away from music. it actually is a violation of LNT principles if played aloud. so there's that. peace!
Edited by mikeinfhaz on 03/18/2011 13:08:35 MDT.
Blue Album as in The Adolescents????
+1 "Friday" Or my favorite "Friday Off"
I never take music with me, but before a hike anything with banjos, washboards, or steel guitar usually sets the mood...Iron and WineUgly CasanovaThe Devil Makes Threeetc...
yes Ken. I realize Weezer has a "blue album" but that's not really as fun.
Burning Styby FClefLoopslistenhttp://soundcloud.com/fclefloops/burning-sty
Not for listening to while in the backcountry, but rather reminding me of a frame of mind I associate with being there.Talk Talk - 'Laughing Stock' or 'Spirit of Eden'.
Excellent camp music--"Chill-Out for Sure"The new: Thievery Corporation / It takes a Thief16 songs & well over a hourExcellent Hiking music-- The new: Foo Fighters / Wasting LightYou can not help but walk at least 3-4 MPH!11 songs of R&R Joy!
Randy Travis, Merle Haggard, and Conway Twitty. After all, you're out in the country, and maybe even "high on a mountain, in western Montana . . . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7J97dpEqsCo&feature=related
Edited by JRScruggs on 06/15/2011 23:54:50 MDT.
The sound of a creek, the crackling and hissing of wood at a campfire, the wind through the trees and the early morning bird calls at false dawn as I start another day on the trail. :)
"The sound of a creek, the crackling and hissing of wood at a campfire, the wind through the trees and the early morning bird calls at false dawn as I start another day on the trail. :) "+1I prefer to hear what's there. Don't need/ want to be distracted from nature or my own thoughts.
"Don't need/ want to be distracted from nature or my own thoughts."My own thoughts are rather dark and scary. I want to be distracted from them as often as possible........
Oh Doug. I bet you make yourself laugh...
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