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I am going to burn a CD of "Mustang Driving Music". I am curious, what Music do you think reminds you of driving your Mustang? My personal favorite for this is "Detroit Rock City" by Kiss. Any other good ones?

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Highway Star==Deep Purple
Born to Run==Bruce Springsteen
Six Days on the Road==George Thorogood
Roll me away==Bob Seger
Roadhouse Blues==Doors
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Maggie May, Rod Stewart. For some strange reason, my indelible memory of that song was a fall day when I was out cruising in my 'stang. Maybe it's because it really was "late September and I really should be back" aboard ship.

Note: the song was not yet an "oldie" when this memory was formed! (LOL)

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Mustang Sally!
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Wooly Booley by Sam the Sham and the Pharohs

I don't know, just came to me....
 
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"Slow Ride" by Foghat. Great Cruising song. Goes perfectly at the end of Dazed and Confused when they're cruising in the Chevelle playing that song.

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Any AC/DC music is good driving music, maybe Montrose "Bad motorscooter". I like to drive kinda
fast so my choice of music has to me the same.

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Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin. I heard it first in the 65 GT Coupe I had, and it was simply awesome, even on AM! Still is, but not on AM...

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Got to be Zeppelin, so many good songs. If I had to choose, probably would be Heartbreaker, Live in Vienna 73.
Oh, did I mention that I collect Zep bootlegs.... another time consuming and sometimes expensive hobby. My wife smiles and says I am truly one-of-a-kind, I'm willing to be there are others similar...... ( most VMF members :)

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A little rock band I saw when I was in Cali..they were playing a small club..called Bubbas.in Ventura..those guys were great..once you got past all the make-up..*LOL*

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Judas Priest, Headin out to the highway
Sammy Hagar, I can't drive 55
Mettalica, Fuel
AC/DC, Who made who
Various Def Leppard songs
And any old Van Halen!!!!!

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For my 2 cents you have to include "Born to be Wild"

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Roadhouse Blues by the Doors. Remember the Doors? Sure you do, I saw how old you are from another post!

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War - Low Rider
Aerosmith - sweet emotion

I have good memories of cruisin around in the summer just raisin hell in the stang, and listening to these songs.

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Hey! I may be "old" but I'm not dead, yet. If I keep talking Mustang at home then I may be . . . sooner than I expect. *G*

Thanks for all of the great ideas!! Brought back some good memories of my own.

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Cool! I can dig it - my wife would hurl, though...

Here's some good stuff, depending on the mood:

Lazy peaceful cruising day:
Uncle John's Band - Grateful Dead
Stir it Up - Bob Marley
Samba Pa Ti - Santana

Aggressive, I'll kick your ass Day:
What If - Creed
Master of Puppets - Metallica (this RIPS!)
Right Now - Van Halen
Ecstacy - Rusted Root
Superman - 3 Doors Down

Basic, all around good tunes that rock but are slightly less aggressive
LA Woman - The Doors
Couldn't Stand the Weather - Stevie Ray Vaughn
Sing, Sing, Sing - Benny Goodman
Like I do - Melissa Etheridge
Flirtin With Disaster - Molley Hatchet
Rosalita - Bruce Springsteen

Got the business associates in the car and need to jam cleanly:
I've got you under my skin - Frank Sinatra
In the Mood - Glenn Miller
Santa Fe Nights - Ottmar Liebert
Rain King - Counting Crows
Tuesday's Gone - Lynyrd Skynyrd

If that don't suit ya, let me know - I've got lots mo'!



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Pam,

Here's a list for your '67. Find a local for-hire DJ to put these tunes on tape along with
an AM radio-style intro to each and then you can convince everyone that your radio is
just like the one in "Christine"....

From About.com

Top 40 Pop Hits from 1967

1. To Sir With Love - Lulu
2. The Letter - The Box Tops
3. Ode To Billie Joe - Bobby Gentry
4. Wendy - The Association
5. I'm A Believer - The Monkees
6. Light My Fire - The Doors
7. Somethin' Stupid - Nancy & Frank Sinatra
8. Happy Together - The Turtles
9. Groovin' - Young Rascals
10. Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Frankie Valli
11. Little Bit O' Soul - Music Explosion
12. I Think We're Alone Now - Tommy James and the Shondells
13. Respect - Aretha Franklin
14. I Was Made To Love Her - Stevie Wonder
15. Come Back When You Grow Up - Bobby Vee & The Strangers
16. Kind Of A Drag - Buckinghams
17. Sweet Soul Music - Arthur Conley
18. Expressway To Your Heart - Soul Survivors
19. Sould Man - Sam & Dave
20. Never My Love - The Association
21. Whiter Shade Of Pale - Procol Harum
22. Come On Down To My Boat - Every Mothers' Son
23. Incense & Peppermints - Strawberry Alarm Clock
24. Ruby Tuesday - Rolling Stones
25. It Must Be Him - Vicki Carr
26. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone - The Supremes
27. For What It's Worth - Buffalo Springfield
28. Gimme a Little Sign - Benton Wood
29. The Happening - The Supremes
30. All You Need Is Love - The Beatles
31. Please Release Me - Englebert Humperdinck
32. Your Precious Love - Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
33. Somebody To Love - Jefferson Airplane
34. Get On Up - The Esquires
35. Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison
36. Jimmy Mack - Martha & The Vandellas
37. I Got Rhythm - The Happenings
38. Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie - Jay & The Techniques
39. Don't You Care - The Buckinghams
40. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye - The Casinos

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