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Anything Country and Steve Miller band. We had a Nautique with a CD player. Steve Miller band CD was the only thing any there. (Pretty sure is was stuck) Every time i hear space cowboy i flash back to cruising Blythe with the family
 

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Used to be Creedance during the day and probably Pink Floyd at night. Now it would be selected Kid Rock with some Joe Bonamasa and Mark Knoefler to break it up.
 

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The Offspring: specifically Ixnay on the Hombre and Smash for the ride out

Guns N Roses: Appetite for Destruction on the boat

Los Lonely Boys at the pad.
 
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Boston, RATT, Dokken, Krokus, Shotgun Messiah, Kix, WASP, Motley Crew. Any of those 80's hair bands with a blues influence.
Aphex Twin - Get lucky, reminds me of the Loser's Lounge. Bands would cover it there and its always a party there.
 

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AC/DC.

We had a CD player in the garage for 20 years that had the “Back in Black” CD in it. We had no other CD’s and the radio did not work so every time we got to the river house it was on repeat... Still love that album.
 

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Bob Seger, Neil Diamond, Steve Miller, Ozzy!!
 

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I dont listen to a ton CCR but that reminds me. I can remember listening to an 8 track ( Google that shit young guys) and cassette on our way to the river with mom and dad when I was young.
My Dad used to let me sit in the front seat of the motorhome to help keep him awake.
 

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I brought a bunch of mix tapes to play in my buddy's parent's boat back in the 80's - one of the tapes was in the wrong box, but we didn't know until I put it in. It was the Best of Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass. When the horns came on for The Lonely Bull we looked at each other and didn't get past the WTF moment and just rolled with it. It became a staple to play in the boat, even his parents were surprised that we liked listening to "old people's music". Now every time I hear the TJB it always reminds me of those days cruising the Parker Strip. I do have a bunch of those songs interspersed on my boat iPod so the river and the TJB go hand in hand.
 

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Allman Bros. First line of Blue Sky "Walk along the river...". Heard it my first trip to Willow Valley when I was 13; I'm 60.
 

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The Offspring: specifically Ixnay on the Hombre and Smash for the ride out

Guns N Roses: Appetite for Destruction on the boat

Los Lonely Boys at the pad.
My wife and I saw Los Lonely Boys in the bingo room at the San Manuel casino in San Bernardino. Up close and personal to say the least. Those boys can flat play. All 3 of them were just on a different level. They even did the old Glen Campbell/Roy Clark routine. A visual because I can't explain it.
And Appetite for Destruction is one of the greatest rock albums of all time IMHO. It is always somewhere in the boat's playlist.
 
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