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Old 09-17-2017, 06:39 AM   #15
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Well I can't stand the radio cause there is way too much talkin and not enough music and, as I've said before, recorded talkin makes my head wanna explode.

So I don't care about reception, I just have some USB sticks with several thousand tunes on em. If I had to pick just one artist, it would have to be Jerry Garcia. Cause he can gimme bluegrass, rock, folk or jazz whenever I need it and his catalog is so huge I don't think I'd get bored. But I'd be sad I couldn't listen to more bluegrass. I would miss Jerry Douglas and David Grisman and Bill Monroe and Del McCoury and Alison Krauss and Tony Rice and Doc and Merle Watson and Joe Craven and Ralph Stanley and I would also miss Stephane Grappelli and Ray Charles and a million other folks.

Luckily, it don't seem like I need to make that choice.
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Yeah, it's really a problem with the radio, we have it sometimes too during our travellings in some areas However in our case it isn't a huge problem because on road we prefer to listen to our favourite music and we often mix various songs into our own radio
We have really many favourite music bands so it's easier for me to name just our favourite genres... We adore darkwave, rock, alternativem synth-pop, post-rock, post-punk, shoegaze, different gothic and electronic bands
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Pink Floyd.
Oddly, I wasn't a fan when they were popular. I discovered them recently.

If I'm driving, nothing beats books on CD. A good book from the library and the miles melt away.
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