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Old 10-30-2015, 08:01 AM
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What's on your JK playlist?

I've always been a lover of good music (and I realize what "good music" is very subjective). Growing up, Van Halen, AC/DC, Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zep were some of my favorites but I listened to just about everything except country. Over time, my tastes haven't really changed so much but they have expanded a bit and I even find myself listening to country now.

Anyway, I've always felt a good playlist can really set the mood for whatever the occasion, in particular, a road trip. One of the first things I did after getting my JKU a few months ago was make a new playlist. There are about 350 songs with tracks commonly coming from the artists above as well as Lynryd Skynyrd, Sublime, Florida Georgia Line, Foo Fighters, Royal Blood, Journey, Steve Miller Band, The Eagles, Eric Church, Slightly Stoopid, Collie Buddz, Bob Marley, Bruce, The Killers, Rolling Stones, Theory of a Deadman, Zac Brown Band, Ludacris, and many more.

What's on your JK playlist?

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Favorite band of all time: YES. Playlist (over 17K songs on Spotify and growing) includes - Zep, WHO, Halen, Cosby Stills Nash & Young, Dixie Dregs (great for driving all night), David Bowie, Cars, Kinks, Robin Trower, Blue Oyster Cult, Glenn Hughes, Bill Bruford (Jazz drummer and drummer for Yes), B-52's, Eagles, Doobies, Dire Straits, Police, Talking Heads, Toto, Kansas, Circa, Bob Marley, The Boss, Cranberries, Viktoria Tolstoy and the list goes on and on.

Sorry, but I never got into country or rap.

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I am all over the map. 70s and 80s rock, a good selection of the not quite rock and pop-punk stuff from the 90s and early 2000s when I was a kid, some country tossed in for good measure.
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I use Spotify, SoundCloud and BandCamp so anything and everything is on my playlist.
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