TELL ME, C'mon..I want to know!

  1. If I were to walk out to your vehicle right at this very moment, what would I find playing in your CD or tape player?

    You'd find Journey's "Frontiers" CD in mine, repeating the song "Separate Ways". Nothing like Steve Perry to wake me up in the morning.

    Yesterday you would have found Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet band's greatest hits.

    So, tell me, what would I find, at this very moment? C'mon, tell me... I wanna know...
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  2. 95 Comments

  3. by   NurseDianne
    Marshall Tucker Band........ummmmmmmmm,,,,, 20 years and going strong....
  4. by   karenelizabeth
    The radio on

    Prob Galaxcy 101 which is dance and R&B I find this the best to drive to unless it's evening time then it gets a bit too heavy or if it's out of range (it's local to Bristol UK) then I have to find something else

  5. by   Sleepyeyes
    Rich Mullins' "Awesome God"
  6. by   WashYaHands
    Boston - Greatest Hits (just bought it last weekend). I also like Journey.

    Linda
  7. by   ats
    Most days, Def Lepperd's new CD is cranking (it's in the player right now). Other days, Michelle Branch, John Mellenkamp, or Lord of the Rings soundtrack, depending on which of my many fabulous moods I'm indulging at the moment.

    ats
    Last edit by ats on Sep 4, '02
  8. by   Dez
    Michael Jacksons greatest hits
  9. by   Stargazer
    Good question!

    Chris Isaak, Heart Shaped World. Recently bought it secondhand for ONE song--"Wicked Game"--but I'm really digging the whole album--I like almost every song.

    Alternating last few days with Dave Matthews' new album, Busted. I like "Where Are You Going."
  10. by   night owl
    Nothin, I don't have a CD player or a tape player!
    My kids keep telling me they are going to buy me a CD player...My radio is set at either CD 101.9...cool jazz, or New Jersey 101.5 talk radio...I also like controversy. Can't remember which one...Time for a dose of Milk of Amnesia...for people who can't remember shat! :stone
  11. by   oramar
    I have a tape I made up myself. It has Pet Shop Boys, Beatles, Stones, Tina Turner and Mozart on it. Oh I think there is a little heavy metal on in, Pantera. I used to be a big fan of Head Bangers Ball in early mid 90s. Never got over them taking it off. Haven't watched MTV since.
  12. by   night owl
    You know Vegas, that Steve Perry can really belt it out for a guy. I wonder if someone has him by his calones (Mini me LOL) every time he needs to hit those high notes??? I love Journey though, excellent group!
  13. by   MollyMo
    In the morning the radio is tuned to the "Tom Joyner Morning Show". Otherwise I listen to Gospel tapes.
  14. by   LasVegasRN
    Originally posted by night owl
    You know Vegas, that Steve Perry can really belt it out for a guy. I wonder if someone has him by his calones (Mini me LOL) every time he needs to hit those high notes??? I love Journey though, excellent group!
    I think he's one of the most grossly underrated singers out there. He has true singing talent, unlike some of the "synthesizer-enhanced" singers that are so popular. Very powerful voice for such a tiny guy. I have a feeling his cajones are not tiny, though.

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