music in the shaping room

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so what does every one like to listen to while they shape?

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Grant (not verified)

I crank-on my deluxe "ancient garage entertainment center": an AM/FM combo stereo with functioning 8-track built in. Man is it old! I listen to whatever the classic rock stations of southern California are playing at the time.>>> so what does every one like to listen to while they shape?

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>>> I crank-on my deluxe "ancient garage entertainment center": an > AM/FM combo stereo with functioning 8-track built in. Man is it old! I > listen to whatever the classic rock stations of southern California are > playing at the time. Ventura stations 95.1FM (Bubble Gum) or 95.9FM (Classic Rock) on an old ghetto blaster. Coaxed the tape deck into playing 'Houses of the Holy' the other day.

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teddy (not verified)

PHISH, a lot of live phish shows. maybe some Coltrane, or Miles.

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tom (not verified)

Shortboards= Hard Rock Longboards and funboards= Jimmy Buffett, Beach Boys Guns= Classical Blues or Hawaiian music (Iz, etc.)for anything aloha, tw ps. clean ocean for the next generation

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Herb Spitzer (not verified)

.......Joan Jett....Herb

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>>> Shortboards= Hard Rock>>> Longboards and funboards= Jimmy Buffett, Beach Boys>>> Guns= Classical>>> Blues or Hawaiian music (Iz, etc.)for anything>>> aloha, tw>>> ps. clean ocean for the next generation In my younger days I blasted led Zep on an 8 track and wore nothing but baggies and a T shirt....Now that I am a well respected senior shaperI play classical music while wearing a white shirt,bow tie,leather apron,wingtip shoes and smoke a walnut briar pipe.

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PaulJensen (not verified)

Little Feat...

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Magoo (not verified)

>>> so what does every one like to listen to while they shape? Working on my winter 6'9" pintail right now to the tune of Van Hagar... Magoo

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austin (not verified)

>>> so what does every one like to listen to while they shape? Sublime any album just over and over till im done. austin

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Dharmon McKintley (not verified)

>>> Little Feat... Pink Floyd, in a hand colored karaoke machine with the speed turned down. Ja!! Dharmon, in there

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Doublejay (not verified)

>>> so what does every one like to listen to while they shape? Mike Savage

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Shawn A. (not verified)

3 disk changer currently holding AC/DC, Agent Orange and Dick Dale! Nice touch w/ Joan Jett though.

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>>> 3 disk changer currently holding AC/DC, Agent Orange and Dick Dale! Nice > touch w/ Joan Jett though. I was born with a surfboard blank in my mouth......THE WHO !!!!!!

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As Austin said, Sublime is a good choice in any situation. I love Belle & Sebastian (The Gentle Waves is a good choice too) when i want to be concentrated or something like Pixies, Bad Religion (the older LPs), etc, to keep my energy on!!! Good Waves & Good Music!!, Coque.

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JR (not verified)

anything with a funky beat.

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bruce (not verified)

anything by paul weller......."we are the mods, we are the mods, we are the we are the we are the mods!"

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Peaman (not verified)

>>> anything by paul weller......."we are the mods, we are the mods, we > are the we are the we are the mods!" Hey Bruce, If I close my eyes, I could be down Brighton!!

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no way (not verified)

I heard about a famous name who shapes to Rush Limbaa. Makes me not want to get a board shaped under that kind of influence.

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Jim Phillips (not verified)

>>> I heard about a famous name who shapes to Rush Limbaa. Makes me not want > to get a board shaped under that kind of influence. I personally like to listen to Tom Leycus on his take on life and women

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tuna (not verified)

Shame on you cleanlines! I've been in your work shop and you had on country music!

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Doublejay (not verified)

>>> I heard about a famous name who shapes to Rush Limbaa. Makes me not want > to get a board shaped under that kind of influence. Who is this famous name that shapes to Rush Limbaugh? Sounds like a thoughtful person to me. Actually Rush is moderately to the right of center, not a right-winger, That would be Hitler.

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Dale Solomonson (not verified)

>>> Who is this famous name that shapes to Rush Limbaugh? Sounds like a > thoughtful person to me. Actually Rush is moderately to the right of > center, not a right-winger, That would be Hitler. Music is great, depending on what I`m doing... but most of the time I have my own groove going on inside my head, and I seldom allow anything to interfere with it. Outside influences, especially the ones that mark the passage of time, can frequently become a bit irritating and disrupt focus. But that`s just me.

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ramon (not verified)

is this true clean lines?? is there a "tear in your beer" or something??>>> Shame on you cleanlines! I've been in your work shop and you had on > country music!

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>>> is this true clean lines?? is there a "tear in your beer" or > something?? Uh o Ive been nailed.I'm gonna try to worm my way out though...when Tuna comes to my shop I have to change the way that I dress and operate so he can't steal my top secret shaping methods.The bow tie and wingtip shoes are the the secret.We don't drink beer down here...we like "corn likker" whoooeee it makes us shoot our guns better.

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Herb Spitzer (not verified)

.......I listen to Cheech and Chong, sometimes while I shape.Herb

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>>> .......I listen to Cheech and Chong, sometimes while I shape.Herb Me too Herb but I was afraid to admit it...I am trying to promote myself as a craftsman...I also watch a lot of the old Loony Tunes cartoons.I also confess to an addiction to old ZAP comics...The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers would approve of this string...not to mention Mr. Natural.Jeeze.

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kirk (not verified)

KPIG radio -- Freedom, CA

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>>> I heard about a famous name who shapes to Rush Limbaa. Makes me not want > to get a board shaped under that kind of influence. I don't know...anybody that far to the Right...boards might be good for Rincon, eh?

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>>> I heard about a famous name who shapes to Rush Limbaa. Makes me not want > to get a board shaped under that kind of influence. Oh yeah, that reminds me-Ted Nugent.

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chris (not verified)

depending on my mood...anything from Slayer to Israel vibrations( one of the best roots reggae bands I've ever heard).

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>>> KPIG radio -- Freedom, CA snnooorttt snnoorrtt

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Grant (not verified)

I'm lookin' for a few classic rock 8-tracks that are in playing condition. It would be cool to see if my old unit can still play them! Anyone with this ancient form of "music playing tape" out there?>>> I crank-on my deluxe "ancient garage entertainment center": an > AM/FM combo stereo with functioning 8-track built in. Man is it old! I > listen to whatever the classic rock stations of southern California are > playing at the time.

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The Crossfires, Original Surfaris, and Lee Morgan.>>> depending on my mood...anything from Slayer to Israel vibrations( one of > the best roots reggae bands I've ever heard).

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I just found this by accident. Love this. Hawaiian swing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EW892ie9hRM&index=12&list=FLjTK_RtTK5Brm...
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I would rather be someone's shot of whiskey, than everyone's cup of tea.

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Eagles, Rodriguez, Gerry Rafferty, The Stones

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