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post #11 of 53 Old 09-05-2011
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sailing tunes

CSN,Greatful Dead,Buffet,The Left Banke,Rod Stewart,CC,Rush,The Byrds,DuranDuran,Beatles,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,OMG way too much great music in this world sorry all cant list em all ill wear my keyboard out.LMAO its all good folks,least we forget also how sweet mother natures sounds are. cheers from a rat looking for the right wharf
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Sibelius--Karelia Suite, Intermezzo. He must have been on a sailboat with a grin on his face when he composed it.
Mendelsohn's Hebrides Overture is nice, too, but more for overcast days and big swells.
Whatever you play, just keep it on your own boat. I'm with Ninefingers--I'll lob flares if I have to listen to some bozo's radio blasting anything--even the above. Not that I'm unfriendly or anything...
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I'm with pamlicotravellor on this one. I will not play music while sailing...I want to hear what's going on in, on and around the boat. At anchor it depends on my mood and who I am with. Anything from Marley to Dead to STP or RHCP or Cracker or Sublime or Willie Nelson, Allison Krauss, Wilco, Dwight Yoakam... just no Jimmy Buffet on my boat please.
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john butler trio, marley, sublime, zac brown, xavier rudd, jj gray and the mofro
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Well we have enough ipod music to last almost a year if run 24/7. So usually I put it on shuffle and turn it off when I am sick of it.

However, at times I need ceredwen type stuff - classical - Pink Floyd - new stuff. All depends on the mood I am in. Sometimes it has to be loud until the water about the boat vibrate! Sometimes it has to be mellow.


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Nothing for me underway, but on the hook it's hard to beat good island music. For something a little different check out this Thai reggae band named "Job2Do".
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Agree with VallelyJ -Whatever you play, just keep it on your own boat.
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My latest addition...(not really the best nautical song):

Guster - On the Ocean

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My favorite sailing music is Def Lepard's Hysteria album. I know it's an odd choice, but the best day I have ever had sailing that happened to be the CD I was listening to. It was one of those day's where the weather was perfect, the wind speed/direction, temperature, everything. It was even a day at the beginning of the season where just being out there where just getting to be out there was exciting I chose that album randomly when I put it in, but now every time I listen to it I think of that day.

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