boating mix tape

SaveMyRiverSaveMyRiver Posts: 427 Deckhand
What songs do you play when taking out the boat?

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  • HoovHoov Posts: 386 Officer
    YOUTUBE!! YOUTUBE!! YOUTUBE!! Check it out !! http://www.youtube.com/user/InToTheBlue247?feature=watch
  • rock_fishrock_fish Posts: 11,690 AG
    Anything but country or rap Or 80s rock hair bands. Do good music
    Usually sirius radio
  • FishInFLFishInFL Posts: 2,206 Captain
    Anything by Wesley Willis, best musician that ever lived. If you haven't heard it, you don't know music!
  • NewberryJeffNewberryJeff Posts: 7,314 Admiral
    My friends say one of the highlights of fishing with me is my ipod.
    Listing a few songs would be useless.
  • bababouybababouy Posts: 558 Officer
    radio Margaritaville or if im fishing maybe some liquid metal or octane.... Sirius.
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  • CaptTaterCaptTater Posts: 20,096 AG
    My friends say one of the highlights of fishing with me is my ipod.
    Listing a few songs would be useless.


    That's very helpful.
    I put XM on Lithium or 80s or Classic Vinyl. I just ordered a SD/Bluetooth so I can play other stuff like Skynard and such like I did in my old boat.
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  • kodiakzachkodiakzach Posts: 6,078 Admiral
    Any Zac Brown Band
    Any Bob Marley
    Most Kenney Chesney
    Most Jimmy Buffet
    Most Bob Dylan
    Most Ziggy Marley
    Most Damian Marley
  • bababouybababouy Posts: 558 Officer
    kodiakzach wrote: »
    Any Zac Brown Band
    Any Bob Marley
    Most Kenney Chesney
    Most Jimmy Buffet
    Most Bob Dylan
    Most Ziggy Marley
    Most Damian Marley

    Agreed... can you be my neighbor?
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  • Dixie_DudeDixie_Dude Posts: 704 Officer
    FishInFL wrote: »
    Anything by Wesley Willis, best musician that ever lived. If you haven't heard it, you don't know music!

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  • Mango ManMango Man Posts: 11,068 AG
    What songs do you play when taking out the boat?

    Nothing, absolutely nothing. The purr of the motors, the wind whistling, the water splashing back into itself... That's music that no band could ever record.


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  • Love that sound of the reel screaming with Radio M in the background!
  • kodiakzachkodiakzach Posts: 6,078 Admiral
    bababouy wrote: »
    Agreed... can you be my neighbor?

    Lol. Glad to see you aren't in the slammer (yet) :)
  • old thompsonold thompson Posts: 6,497 Officer

    We like to sing shanties. :)
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  • PhescadorPhescador Posts: 3,816 Officer
    Love that sound of the reel screaming with Radio M in the background!

    Radio M?

    On my boat:

    Timewarp Inc(Groovy Booty is the go to album)
    Wu-Tang Clan
    Railroad Earth
    Grateful Dead
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    Flaming Lips
    The Pogues
    Lettuce
    The Phish from Vermont
    Allen Toussaint
    Hot Buttered Rum
    Railroad Earth
    Dr. John
    Soulive
    Aesop Rock
    Femi/Fela Kuti
    Third World
    The Motet
    My Morning Jacket
    John Hartford
    R.L. Burnside
    Junior Kimbrough
    Keller Williams
    Kyuss
    The New Mastersounds
    Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
    Terry Reid
    Burning Spear

    I just leave my iPhone on shuffle most of the time. That was the playlist last trip.

    Also, my funk mix is stellar:

    Earth Wind and Fire - Sing a Song
    Robert Palmer - Sailin' Shoes
    Earth Wind and Fire - September
    Isley Bros. - Live It Up, Pts. 1 & 2
    Betty Davis - Don't Call Her No ****
    The Bar-kays - Holy Ghost
    Herbie Hancock - Future Shock
    Walter Murphy - A Fifth of Beethoven
    Parliament - Handcuffs
    One Way - Cutie Pie
    Indeep - Last Night A DJ Saved My Life
    Rare Earth - Get Ready(Live and Long)
    Monophonics - Goliath
    Kool & The Gang - Get Down On It
    Average White Band - Person to Person
    Phil Ranelin - Vibes From The Tribe
    Ike Turner - Gettin' Nasty
    Bill Withers - Use Me
    The Meters - Just Kissed My Baby
    Curtis Mayfield - Billy Jack
    Funkadelic - Good To Your Earhole
    Funkadelic - Free Your Mind and Your *** Will Follow
    Grant Green - Ain't It Funky Now
    Maceo - Pass The Peas
    James Brown - The Boss
    Jimmy Smith - Root Down(and Get It)
    Galactic - Baker's Dozen
    Shuggie Otis - Strawberry Letter 23
    Idris Muhammed - Turn This Mutha Out
    Melvin Sparks - Spark Plug
    Boogaloo Joe Jones - Brown Bag
    Boney M. - Gotta Go Home
    The Motet - Nemesis
    Ohio Players - Funky Worm

    ....and anything off this: http://lostartofthemixtape.blogspot.com/2011/07/soul-train-early-years.html

    and this:

    Strokin' the Grits VOLUME 1

    Disc 1

    01. Unstoppable Oldsmobile - Soul Providers
    02. Hang up you Hang-Ups - Herbie Hancock
    03. Shifting Gears - Johnny Hammond
    04. September 13th - Deodata
    05. Love the Life you Live - Kool & the Gang
    06. Like a Theif in the Night - Mike Longo
    07. Sweet Sister Funk - Ramon Morris
    08. First Come, First Serve - Ramon Morris
    09. Burning Spear - S.O.U.L
    10. Sport - Lightin' Rod
    11. Hash and Eggs - Blackbyrds
    12. Thank You - Joe Thomas
    13. Out on the Coast - Larry Willis
    14. No More Mess (on my thing) - The New Process
    15. So Much Trouble on my Mind - Free Soul

    Disc 2

    01. Who's Gonna Take the Weight - Kool & The Gang
    02. Do Your Best - Pazant Brothers
    03. Sticky Sticky Sock-A-Poo - The Mighty Continentals
    04. Wisdom of Master Chen - Soul Providers
    05. Red Onions - Groove Holmes
    06. Mighty Mighty - Jesse Anderson
    07. Give it Up - Kool & The Gang
    08. Pharoah's Love Y'All - The Pharoahs
    09. Gritty Nitty - Pazant Brothers
    10. Wiggle-Waggle - Herbie Hancock
    11. Out the Door - Soul Providers
    12. Give it Up - Lee Dorsey Jr.
    13. Bag of Soul - Soul Saints Orchestra
    14. Pnemonia - Kool & The Gang
    15. The Grind - Karl Denson
    16. Fifty Yards of Soul - Whitefield bros.
    17. Workin on the Line - Soul Saints Orchestra
    18. Choking on a Piece of White Meat Pt. II - Whitefield Brothers

    This: James Brown's Funky People Pts., 1, 2 & 3

    ...and this:

    https://soundcloud.com/flightfacilities/flight-facilities-82-92
    CaptTater wrote: »
    That's very helpful.
    I put XM on Lithium or 80s or Classic Vinyl. I just ordered a SD/Bluetooth so I can play other stuff like Skynard and such like I did in my old boat.

    No Jam On or tGD Channel? C'mon, rookie.

    ...or this:
    Ewe Inn Joy Mice Elf.
  • FishInFLFishInFL Posts: 2,206 Captain
    Dixie_Dude wrote: »
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    You a big fan too?
  • Meatgeter941Meatgeter941 Posts: 111 Officer
    Woop woop pull over dat *** too fat
  • BnTBnT Posts: 6,644 Admiral
    I personally listen to Locomotive Curt.. Sanford born and raised....
    "Give a man a fish and feed him for a day... Don’t teach a man to fish…and feed yourself. He’s a grown man. And fishing’s not that hard"
    gandrfab wrote: »
    Sharky is always clocky, bnt is sometimes sharky,
    sharky is sometimes bnt, but bnt is never clocky
  • BnTBnT Posts: 6,644 Admiral
    "Give a man a fish and feed him for a day... Don’t teach a man to fish…and feed yourself. He’s a grown man. And fishing’s not that hard"
    gandrfab wrote: »
    Sharky is always clocky, bnt is sometimes sharky,
    sharky is sometimes bnt, but bnt is never clocky
  • NewberryJeffNewberryJeff Posts: 7,314 Admiral
    Phescador wrote: »
    Radio M?

    On my boat:

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    :hail
  • GT FishGT Fish Posts: 9,448 Officer
    When I am on Tater's boat It's a mix of Kajajajoojoo ,Thompson Twins and some kick *** Duran Duran.
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  • GT FishGT Fish Posts: 9,448 Officer
    BnT wrote: »
    I personally listen to Locomotive Curt.. Sanford born and raised....

    Check out this one..She rocks!
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  • rock_fishrock_fish Posts: 11,690 AG
    GT Fish wrote: »
    some kick *** Duran Duran.

    Is that even a possibility?

    :)
  • mjnmjn Posts: 1,564 Captain
    No music on the boat. But I don't go "boating". Just a tool to fish and part of fishing (for me) is the sound silence and/or nature. Get home and crank the blues, classic rock, good rock from the last 20 years, and occasionally some Zydeco, on a system that does the music justice.

    Music is a treat for me, I don't like it droning in my ears every second of every day.
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  • PhishbohnPhishbohn Posts: 2,978 Captain
    No more videos with profanity please.
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