Mine, Radar Love ~ Golden Earing
Midnight Rambler - The Rolling Stones.
White Zombie: Thunderkiss '65
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Ring Ring, Ring Ring, the bell went Ring Ring Ring.
Flirting with Disaster- Molly Hatchet
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Hard to argue with "Radar Love", that's like the archetypal road song.
But for me -- and this is odd 'cuz I've never been a big Doors fan -- it's gotta be "Roadhouse Blues". I think because the first time I heard it in its intended context was when I was trying to drive solo from Brooklyn NY to Ft. Lauderdale FL in less than 16 hours so I could meet someone who worked on a cruise ship and would only be on land for two hours that day. So somewhere in the middle of Georgia at 3:00AM, totally ganked out on coffee, chocolate, and Jolt cola, I'm flipping channels on the radio and suddenly Jim Morrison comes screaming at me
"KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE ROAD AND YOUR HANDS UPON THE WHEE-UL!"
...and suddenly it all made sense. (The tune, not the road trip.)
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although the Stone Temple Pilots 'interstate love song' has it's appropriate merits.
"Headin Out on the Highway" by Judas Priest
Would you like a dream with that?
Maybe not my number one, but definitely top 10 or so.Originally Posted by Stacey
Can't limit myself to just one, as it depends on mood and time of day, sorta...
Legs - ZZ Top
Desert Plains - Judas Priest
Get Back - The Beatles
Hang 'em High - Booker T & The MGs
A Train of Angels - Joe Satriani
I could probably give you a dozen more, but hey...
The Red Hot Chili Peppers - Scar Tissue.
Pat Metheny - Barcarole
If I'm in a hurry, Joe Satriana, Eric Johnson & Steve Vai - Flying in a Blue Dream
+1 And also Tom Cochrane - "Life Is A Highway"Originally Posted by Stacey
Hit the road Jack!
Pick up the papers and the trash....
or you dont get some spending cash!
Roll Me Away - Bob Seger
Tenth Ave. Freeze-Out, Growin' Up, Jungleland, Rosalita, She's the One.....oh, hell, just give me the "other Bruce from NJ."
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+one. Awesome song.Originally Posted by mudskipper99
"200 Miles" by Cowboy Junkies. Just don't listen to it at 1 am or you'll fall asleep.
"Mrs. Potter's Lullaby" by Counting Crows. It just sounds like cruising across the wide open plains at 85 mph.
I've got a ****load of music I like to listen to on the road, but my favorite has to be Kashmir by Led Zeppelin.
Bring back the Sig Test!
Scarlet Begoinas>Fire on the Mountain, Grateful Dead
+1 on Radar Love.
Jackson Browne 'Running on Empty'
Outlaws 'Green Grass and High Tides'
Journey 'Only the Young'
well crap, it might be easier to name songs that AREN'T good road trip songs...YMCA for example.
"Let us hope our weapons are never needed --but do not forget what the common people knew when they demanded the Bill of Rights: An armed citizenry is the first defense, the best defense, and the final defense against tyranny. If guns are outlawed, only the government will have guns. Only the police, the secret police, the military, the hired servants of our rulers. Only the government -- and a few outlaws. I intend to be among the outlaws" - Edward Abbey
Know your Enemy - Rage Against the Machine.
Take the Power Back - Rage
...pretty much that entire album can be looped over an over on the long haul from San Diego to Flagstaff, AZ.
Gasoline - Audioslave
The first six tracks on Godsmack IV
"All Down The Line"
Exile on Main Street, Rolling Stones
Dog in the Sand, Frank Black and the Catholics