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Oct 31, 2012
Phish dmurph
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Jason Todd
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Oct 31, 2012
dmurph wrote:
Phish


+420
Morgan Patterson
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Oct 31, 2012
Peter Stokes wrote:
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


Yeah, I dig that. Usually when the guitar gets passed to me I chuck into the woods. It's even better if a stick goes through the back end and makes that off-tune twang sound as it hits the strings.

Sucks when the wind blows and it sounds like an out-of-tune violin, though.
GMBurns
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Oct 31, 2012
ben howard
Jonathan Clay
Good Old War
Zack Heckendorf
ZZ Ward


all chill music
MrZ
From Colorado
Joined Dec 17, 2010
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Oct 31, 2012
GMBurns wrote:
Usually when the guitar gets passed to me I chuck into the woods.


There are way too many guitars in the world
Peter Stokes
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Oct 31, 2012
Phish
Yonder Mountain String Band
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Chad F
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Oct 31, 2012
SNOT! Loyd Wofford III
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Oct 31, 2012
PRRose wrote:
What about Old and in the Way?


I'm OK with them too. :)

Any band that Jerry played in is aces in my book. I'm a fan Grisman too.
Marc H
From Denver
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Nov 3, 2012
NickCO has XM satellite radio. Which is rad in Indian Creek. Not so much for the campfire, but more for the crag drive. AC/DC on the way to Way Rambo is bad ass. willeslinger
From Golden, Colorado
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Nov 3, 2012
J. Albers wrote:
Good full length albums are out there, you just gotta find them.


Thanks J. I will definitely check out your list. Am into a few of them already - been listening to MF Doom for a long time. Really enjoyed his stuff w/ Dangermouse (and anything that either of them collaborate on).

I know there is great music out there - sometimes it takes a place like this to find it! Best music I know is stuff that I hear from friends or acquaintances.
Ryan Williams
From London (sort of)
Joined May 10, 2009
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Nov 3, 2012
Eric Krantz wrote:
Devendra Banhart


that's a hip campfire
Brian Prince
From morro bay, ca
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Nov 5, 2012
Tiesto
Paul Van Dyk
Armin Van Burren
Deadmau5
Swedish House Mafia
Avicii

and Zedd of course......
Princess Mia
From Vail
Joined May 22, 2006
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Nov 5, 2012
Deadmau5? Ha ha ha.

I used to do a lot of caving in Mexico with this hippie guy. He would get the acoustic guitar and sing at the campfire every night, which to him was fine and dandy. I once was sitting in my car listening to Nine Inch Nails during the day and he came over to me with this look on his face like I had committed the worst social faux pas ever. I was listening to amplified music that he didn't like.
Stich
From Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Nov 5, 2012
Princess Mia wrote:
Tiesto Paul Van Dyk Armin Van Burren Deadmau5 Swedish House Mafia Avicii and Zedd of course......

yes! finally someone gets it!
Darren Mabe
From Flagstaff, AZ
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