hmmmm, I need variety so ...
1. Best hits of the 80's
2. Best hits of the 70's
3 Best hits of the 60's
4. Best Hits of the 50's
5. Moon Dance Album by Van Morrison
Okay, Jimmy.......Is this going to become a Mini-Series......lol...
1. The led zepplin collection (who doesn't love Led Zep?
2. Metallica Black Album (CD) best CD on Earth!! (w/earplugs in case jimmy show up.
3. Phantom of the Opera 2 cd set (in case jakee shows up)lol
4. A compilation Karaoke cd so I can keep the wild animals away!
5. Journey's greatest hits.......
Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power
Fleetwood Mac - Greatest Hits
Guns & Roses - Appetite for Destruction
Metallica - Master of Puppets
Motley Crue - Shout at the Devil
Mags.......that sooo cheating......lol
to hell with head phones , I grabbed the speakers !!!
my stones mix
my doors mix
my 60's 70's rock mix
my kinks,bowie, and small faces mix
one of my modern mixes
Dang it , whitie........90 years old and still mixin.....e--ee--e-eee You are the man!
Is Dwight Yoakum available.. ????
" I'm a THOUSAND miles from NOWHERE..."
Johnny Cash ALL OF THEM
its the only way to go, nauty !
that way if ya lose it, no biggie :)
Only Led Zep I ever liked was the first one (lot's o' memories there)...I'll listen to Metallica (don't give me that ear plug ****...well, except for the Karaoke part)
and remember..we're now going to a private Island.
Jim who will also listen to some AC/DC.
2. Judas Priest
4. Leonard Skynard
5. Motley Crue/Guns n Roses mix
Stevie Ray Vaughan
The Guess Who
Three Dog Night
Oh, who could forget SRV...I saw him a few weeks before he died...next to Springsteen the best show I've ever seen. He played for nearly 3 hours and talked about getting clean..what a horrible loss.
We could have lost Eric Clapton too...
(from the movie Phenomen) "CHANGE THE WORLD'