Woohoo I know Bang Bang, its on my ipod!!! Do I get a prize?
I didn't take you for a Ska man, BC. Though music is incredibly subjective, here's some thoughts (in no particular order):Fountain and Fairfax - Afghan Whigs. For after you've warmed up, and are kicking up the speed.Hands Down - Dashboard Confessional. For a high cadence ride. The Denial Twist - The White Stripes. For hill climbing only. Love Song - The Cure. For when you've made it over the hill and have a nice, long recovery. Voices - Russ Ballard. Going old school here. Caminando Por La Calle - Gipsy Kings. NOTE: For Tucson rides only. Divers - Boozoo Bajou. We all need some German electronica. They Ride - Twilight Singers. Is there a more appropriately titled song?Elmira St. Boogie - Danny Gatton. For a long, flat stretch. Jockey Full of Bourbon - Tom Waits. A good warm up song. Cocaine Blues - Johnny Cash. Is there a playlist on my iPod without the Man in Black?Living In Oz - Rick Springfield. That's right, I said it. The Ricker. Rickie S. Rick Springfield, baby! It may be ancient, but trust me, it's a ridin' tune!Sinnerman - Nina Simone. Go hard for four and a half minutes. If you're feeling Armstrongesque, try the ten minute version.Live Like You Were Dying - Tim McGraw. For when you're spent, out of gas, and swear you can't ride another foot. Put this on and find the strength. Home - Daughtry. NOTE: You are ONLY allowed to listen to this after you have surpassed a personal record for a ride and are on your way home.
I know nearly all of those songs! The World is New is definitely in my Top 25 Most Played on my iPod.
Big Clyde--What a treat to get to follow you in your adventures! Mahalo for being my friend and supporter. I will be reading all your blog entries as I get a chance to catch up.Nice idea re the proposed name, btw! Thanks!
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