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Working on it - just added

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You can always use more "led" in the boat.
As Treilley mentioned Kashmir
I'll add Hotdog and ramble on by Led Zepplin

as well as Paranoid by black sabbath and smokin by boston.
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"Dance of the Russian Sailors" - Reinhold Glière

on a more mellow note, Kennny Chesney's - "Way Down Here"(Check out the Sax solo), "Boats", "Be as you Are" or Buffett's "Pirate Looks at 40" ...,, CSN's Southern Cross ......
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AC/DC
Highway to Hell
Back in Black
You Shook Me All Night Long

Black Sabbath
Paranoid
War Pigs
Hole in the Sky

Blue Oyster Cult
Don't Fear the Reaper

Dropkick Murphy's
Cadence to Arms
Amazing Grace
Fortunate Son
Wicked Sensitive Crew
Shipping up to Boston

Everlast
Death Come Calling

George Thorogood
Bad to the Bone
One Burbon, One Scotch, One Beer

Golden Earring
Radar Love

Guns and Roses
Night Train
You're Crazy
Yesterdays
Locomotive

Judas Priest
Metal Gods
Grinder
Hell Bent for Leather
The Green Manalishi

To be continued....

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I Love my iPod!
So far I haven't seen many songs reccomended on here that I don't already have. Ipod connected to the radio with a remote control at the helm and there is a song for most sailing occasions. Have fun adding to your playlist! I have altered my own based on this thread.

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Oh, to answer your original question, unless I missed it somewhere Pink Floyd>> Run Like H*LL always good for a brisk sail

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When the wind is picking up like that. I turn off the music. I want to hear my boat talking to me, but then I am an old fart. .......i2f

20 MPH ain't fast unless, you do it in a 1000sq 3/2 house on 10foot waves
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To Dublin

There is no problem that can't be handled by salt water, be it sweat, tears or the ocean
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