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Oct 29, 2012
You're hanging out around the fire listening to some chill music at a reasonable decibel with no one around to worry about aggravating, what are you listening to?

Me?

Stephen Stills
Dylan
Johnny Cash
The Stones
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Creedance
Allman Brothers


What say you?
NickinCO Mardi
From colorado
Joined Sep 17, 2010
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Oct 29, 2012
How could you leave The Beatles out of the list? How could you? FrankPS
From Atascadero, CA
Joined Nov 19, 2009
15 points
Oct 29, 2012
I actually do have some beatles in there just didn't want to be too cliché ;) NickinCO Mardi
From colorado
Joined Sep 17, 2010
40 points
Oct 29, 2012
Who's listening? I'm talking kumbaya singalong here... dr. morbius
From ituri rainforest
Joined Oct 31, 2006
0 points
Oct 29, 2012
Deer Tick, Old Crow Medicne Show, Murder City Devils, (Old) Hank Williams, anything that goes well with some cheap cold beer and a warm fire. Hope to help you better your list of campfire tunes. :)
-Mackley
Robbie Mackley
From Tucson, AZ
Joined May 6, 2010
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Oct 29, 2012
Also anything punk, from Billy Bragg to the Decendents to Black Flag. Jam on! Robbie Mackley
From Tucson, AZ
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Oct 29, 2012
Robbie Mackley wrote:
Deer Tick, Old Crow Medicne Show, Murder City Devils, (Old) Hank Williams, anything that goes well with some cheap cold beer and a warm fire. Hope to help you better your list of campfire tunes. :) -Mackley



hell ya old hank is excellent!
NickinCO Mardi
From colorado
Joined Sep 17, 2010
40 points
Oct 30, 2012
johnny cash
nick cave
fleet foxes
crosby, stills, nash and young
neil young
crazy horse
ha
pixies
beck (one foot in the grave style)
david bowie
simon and garfunkel
django reinhardt
the doors
nick drake
pink floyd
eliot smith
joni mitchell
kate bush
led zeppelin
old leonard cohen
modest mouse


k i'll stop now
Jon Zucco
From Denver, CO
Joined Aug 15, 2008
40 points
Oct 30, 2012
Tom Waits
Velvet Underground
Miles Davis
Drive-By Truckers
Devendra Banhardt
Chris Smither



...


ok, maybe the truckers are more for drivin' fast
Eric Krantz
From Black Hills
Joined Feb 21, 2004
235 points
Oct 30, 2012
Kanye West
lil Wayne
Wiz Kalifa
Dido
Sade
No Doubt
John D
Joined Nov 24, 2010
0 points
Oct 30, 2012
The Dead
Bob Marley
Burning Spear
Peter Tosh
Lee "scratch" Perry
Beatles White Album
the Doors
Sublime
Neil Young
Jimi Hendrix
Son House
John Lee Hooker
Muddy Waters
mountainlion
Joined Apr 30, 2012
10 points
Oct 30, 2012
nothing D B
From Denver
Joined Apr 4, 2011
205 points
Administrator
Oct 30, 2012
Andrew Bird
Black Keys
Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros
Jose Gonzalez
Radiohead
Whitest Boy Alive
Lightnin' Hopkins
Skip James
Pink Floyd
Ted Nugent
Neil Young
Grateful Dead
Avett Bros.
Jake Jones
From Richmond, VA
Joined Jul 30, 2011
703 points
Administrator
Oct 30, 2012
After a quick look I didn't see Boz Scaggs or the Allman Brothers. Ryan Williams
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Oct 30, 2012
OP listed Allman Bros. To most, myself included, especially if you grew up listening to classic rock in the south, it goes without saying. Jake Jones
From Richmond, VA
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Oct 30, 2012
Kesha GregT
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0 points
Oct 30, 2012
The sound of the campfire and song of the crickets. Add a little wind through the trees and that's my symphony. GMBurns
Joined Jul 15, 2008
300 points
Oct 30, 2012
GMBurns wrote:
The sound of the campfire and song of the crickets. Add a little wind through the trees and that's my symphony.


Guess I'm old fashioned but that's what I like as well, though an old guitar getting handed around is sometimes nice... my favorite was the time in Arches when a friend brought along his shakohachi flute and someone from south America in the next campsite joined us with a nylon string guitar
Peter Stokes
From Them Thar Hills
Joined Apr 30, 2009
0 points
Oct 30, 2012
You know, you're allowed to be a climber and listen to music that *isn't* folksy bluegrass, right?

Mofro, Seasick Steve, George Clinton, etc.
Petsfed
From Laramie, WY
Joined Mar 12, 2002
872 points
Oct 30, 2012
Anything but wagon wheel shotgunnelson
Joined May 30, 2009
0 points
Oct 30, 2012
Grateful Dead. I wasn't aware there are other bands making music. Marc H
From Denver
Joined May 10, 2007
20 points
Oct 30, 2012
Marc H wrote:
Grateful Dead. I wasn't aware there are other bands making music.


always the go to band.
Scott McMahon
From Boulder, CO
Joined Feb 15, 2006
105 points
Oct 30, 2012
Brian Scoggins wrote:
You know, you're allowed to be a climber and listen to music that *isn't* folksy bluegrass, right? Mofro, Seasick Steve, George Clinton, etc.


I feel like there's a place for every type of music and I listen to it all.

Lynyrd Skynard, Hatebreed, Tupac, The Beatles, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Jay Z, Fear, Motorhead, Static X, RATM, Slayer, Aesop Rock, Black Label Society, Circle Jerks, Bouncing Souls, NoFX, Sage Francis, Atmosphere, Steel Drivers, Lamb of God.

Is that more well rounded? Hanging out around the camp fire listening to lamb of god might make me want to throw you into the fire though...
NickinCO Mardi
From colorado
Joined Sep 17, 2010
40 points
Oct 30, 2012
Hand Drums
Guitar
Flute
Harmonica
Shakers. . .
Some Good Voices!
SendaGorilla
From Boulder
Joined Jul 29, 2010
75 points
Oct 30, 2012
Queens of the Stone Age
Eagles of Death Metal
Pearl Jam
Johnny Cash
Alice in Chains
Volbeat
Stone Temple Pilots
White Stripes
Tool
Flogging Molly

Maybe some Gunther as well.
Nolan Robertson
Joined Jul 28, 2011
180 points
Oct 30, 2012
The Woodbox Gang
The Pinebox boys
The Avette Brother
The Wood Brothers
Yarn
Drive by Truckers
The Crux
nathan mowery
Joined Jan 31, 2012
20 points


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