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    BON JOVI IS PERFECT ROAD TRIPPING MUSIC YOU HIPSTER SNOB
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    Bon Jovi is neither perfect nor music. It IS horrible.
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    I don't feel like reading on the way home:

    Setting: NJ Transit bus travelling from North Jersey to Port Authority Bus Terminal, NYC or thereabouts. Decent possibility it will be quite crowded.

    Weather: Warm (high 70s), humid, possibly even a bit of light rain.

    Listening: Phone with access to Grooveshark, etc. Good headphones.

    Duration: 35 to 45 minutes expected, could be significantly longer. So the end should be good but I shouldn't feel like I'm missing something if I stop abruptly.

    Albums, EPs and playlists accepted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amyzzz View Post
    What about music for a 12 hour drive from Phoenix to Salt Lake City with the family? Much of the drive will be scenic through mountains and desert and past part of the Grand Canyon.
    Clearlake - Cedars
    Midlake - The Trials of Van Occupanther
    Outrageous Cherry - Our Love Will Change The World
    Shearwater - The Golden Archipelago
    Soledad Brothers - Voice of Treason

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    don't you mean Mesa to SLC, amy?

    Best of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
    Donny and Marie's Greatest Hits
    David Archuleta, The Other Side of Down
    The Book of Mormon - Original Cast Recording
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    Quote Originally Posted by amyzzz View Post
    What about music for a 12 hour drive from Phoenix to Salt Lake City with the family? Much of the drive will be scenic through mountains and desert and past part of the Grand Canyon.
    Fever Ray - Fever Ray
    Badly Drawn Boy - Hour of the Bewilderbeast
    Brian Eno - Another Green World
    Animal Collective - Sung Tongs
    The Fiery Furnaces - Blueberry Boat

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyzzz View Post
    What about music for a 12 hour drive from Phoenix to Salt Lake City with the family? Much of the drive will be scenic through mountains and desert and past part of the Grand Canyon.
    Beethoven - Symphonies 2 & 4 (Toscanini conducting NBC Symphony Orchestra)
    Grofť - Grand Canyon Suite (Bernstein conducting NYPO suggested though Dorati/Detroit is also recommended)
    Slowdive - Souvlaki
    Catherine Wheel - Whirlpool
    Mercury Rev - All is Dream

    Plus the following to get you to somewhere around 12 hours

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    amyzzz: U2, The Joshua Tree
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    Midlake - The Trials of Van Occupanther
    Shearwater - The Golden Archipelago
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    Brian Eno - Another Green World
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    Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left
    Calexico - Feast of Wire
    Joanna Newsom - The Milk-Eyed Mender
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    don't you mean Mesa to SLC, amy?

    Best of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
    Donny and Marie's Greatest Hits
    David Archuleta, The Other Side of Down
    The Book of Mormon - Original Cast Recording
    This is a national thread as opposed to an Arizona thread, so I just put our major city in there. and ha ha ha. I guess we are traveling from one Mormon mecca to another. Thanks for reminding me.

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    Beethoven - Symphonies 2 & 4 (Toscanini conducting NBC Symphony Orchestra)
    Grofť - Grand Canyon Suite (Bernstein conducting NYPO suggested though Dorati/Detroit is also recommended)
    Slowdive - Souvlaki
    Catherine Wheel - Whirlpool
    Mercury Rev - All is Dream

    Plus the following to get you to somewhere around 12 hours
    Do you mean Chapterhouse Whirlpool? I will be playing Catherine Wheel Chrome at some point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amyzzz View Post
    Do you mean Chapterhouse Whirlpool? I will be playing Catherine Wheel Chrome at some point.
    I think I was thinking of that general style and (con)fused the two in my head. I should have listed both albums!
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    I have used Whirpool on a road trip before, and my sister said it made her too sleepy. I am not sure if it would bother me or not. Personally, if I'm driving and ESPECIALLY if it is at night, I like music with a lot of vocal harmonies, or at least a lot of complicate melodies so I can keep myself awake while trying to figure out each melodic part. Chrome is perfect for that.
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    Clearlake - Cedars
    Thanks for the reminder.

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    mountmccabe: Talking Heads, Fear of Music
    Thank you, this is what I listened to. It was even already on my phone.


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    "Let Down" --> "99 Problems"
    I didn't quite finish Fear of Music so I did not make it to this, though it was queued up.
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    Awesome!
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    It's hard to argue with that.

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    Hour and a half drive from LA to San Diego. Evening drive...
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    Paz Lenchantin - Songs For Luci
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    Wednesday: fasting + bowel prep for thursday's colonoscopy.
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    Minutemen - Double Nickels on the Dime
    Husker Du - Zen Arcade
    Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation

    Or pretty much any long album designed to get your mind off what's going on. But those three. First.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Still-ill View Post
    Hour and a half drive from LA to San Diego. Evening drive...
    No Age - Nouns into Drive Like Jehu - Drive Like Jehu, then finish off with the first half of Smith Westerns - Dye It Blonde
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    I'd ride with you to San Diego. Although, geographically it'd make sense to start with No Age and get into SD with Drive Like Jehu.
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    That's the sense I displayed. I love that drive down the 5. I had to be in Point Loma by 6am the morning after the Grizzly Bear show at the Wiltern in '09. I made the drive in under two hours. My iPod was out of power, so I was left with the 3 discs in the car with me: CocoRosie - Noah's Ark, Marissa Nadler - Little Hells, and Cat Power - You Are Free. They turned out to be utterly perfect for the ~1am-3am drive with my girlfriend asleep in the passenger seat and the glimmering sea to my right. Divine times.

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    The passage up from SD to LA where you go thru south Orange County always reminds me of Cursive - The Ugly Organ. I had a great drive through there once listening to that album, and it always sticks with me. Same with Daft Punk - Homework through Red Rock Canyon, just north of Mojave.
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    The Ugly Organ has seen countless rotations in my car, mostly on the 60/10W drive from the I.E. through Pomona into L.A. because that drive always reminds me of the Saddle Creek shows I've seen at the Glasshouse over the years.
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    La Monte Young - The Well Tuned Piano, all five hours of it, in order to achieve zen.
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    Listened to R. Kelly's 12 Play on the ride up to Belly Up tonight, and Moodyman's Silent Introduction on the way back down at 1am. Perfection.

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    I have another long drive this week, this time from LA to Denver. I leave on Wednesday. Four day round trip, and I would greatly appreciate some more album recs! Particularly albums that would mesh well with this kind of scenery:

    Days 1 and 4:







    Days 2 and 3:





    8/28 - Ty Segall - Echo
    8/31 - Sleep - Troubadour (?)
    9/05 - The Rentals - Fonda (?)
    9/11 - Swans - Roxy
    9/13 - Owen Pallett - El Rey (?)


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    The one & only Zzyzz road! That 15 East drive is a personal classic. For the wide open desert plains, I prefer psychedelicosmic rock(re: Gram-)oriented albums like The Flying Burrito Brothers' The Gilded Palace of Sin, Gram Parson's Grievous Angel, practically anything by Pink Floyd (The Wall especially), The Mars Volta's Frances the Mute and (say what the haters will) The Joshua Tree. I also like to fill up all that unfathomable space before me with the sprawling compositions characteristic of Godspeed You! (maybe F#A#infinity or Lift Your Skinny Fists...), Tangerine Dream (Force Majeure or Stratosphere), and LindstrÝm's Where You Go I Go Too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poor Yorick View Post
    Tangerine Dream (Force Majeure or Stratosphere), and LindstrÝm's Where You Go I Go Too.
    Continuing in this spirit, throw in Klaus Schulze - Cyborg somewhere.

    Another great psych album perfect for desert driving is Flower Travellin' Band - Satori.

    Any chance I get to recommend Coil's Musick To Play In The Dark, Vol. 1, I take, and it would be perfect for night driving through some mountains.

    Some other random recs:

    Quiet Village - Silent Movie
    Cul De Sac - China Gate
    anything Afrobeat, I've spent many road trips killing large portions of Pitchfork's Africa 100
    Death In June - The Guilty Have No Past
    German Oak - German Oak
    Brightblack Morning Light - s/t
    Sisters Of Mercy - Floodland
    for something new, 120 Days - 120 Days II
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poor Yorick View Post
    For the wide open desert plains, I prefer psychedelicosmic rock(re: Gram-)oriented albums like The Flying Burrito Brothers' The Gilded Palace of Sin, Gram Parson's Grievous Angel, practically anything by Pink Floyd (The Wall especially
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