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Ok, back to the road trip. Here is the track list by nephew brought:

Here are some albums I took with me:

Charged, by Kondo, Laswell, Bernocchi  \\All synthesized Jazz\\


DJ Kicks: Thievery Corporation


The Mirror Conspiracy...


The Richest Man in Babylon


The Outernational Sound


\\ Lost this one, but worth listening to\\ : Sounds from the Thievery Hi-Fi


\\This one was on the same minidisc\\ Imperial Dub

Slipstream, by J. Scott G.


Mystic Groove, various artists


Xen Cuts


Radioaxiom: A Dub Transmission by Jah Wobble & Bill Laswell


Future Rhythm, by Digital Underground


Blunted on Reality, by Tranzlator Crew (Fugees)


The Score, Fugees


Legend, Bob Marley

need I say more

The Toughest, Peter Tosh


The Tijuana Sessions, by Nortec Collective


Beats, Rhymes, and Life, A Tribe Called Quest


Buhloone Mindstate, De La Soul


De La Sould is Dead


Paul's Boutique, Beastie Boys


Shadow: Hed Sessions, by DJ Shadow


Shallow & Profound, Yonderboi \\*had to personally edit a few of these songs since the dj work is a little too dubbish*\\


Northern Exposure (North Album), Sasha & Digweed


\\ Left this one at home... oops.  Here's the info\\  Perfecto Presents... Paul Oakenfold: Great Wall


Goodby Country (Hello Nightclub) by Groove Armada


Tourist, by St. Germain  \\First DJ album from Blue Note\\


Music for Swingers, by Freddy Fresh


Becoming X, by Sneaker Pimps \\only decent album they've done\\

High Fidelity Lounge, Vol. 2 "Licensed to Chill"


Zen, by DJ Krush


Little Creatures, by Talking Heads

Stop Making Sense Soundtrack, The Talking Heads.

The Joshua Tree, U2

need i say more?

Various Singles:

Q Burns Abstract Message "Sex Machine" & "Feng Shui"  http://www.astralwerks.com/qburns/disco.html

Rick Preston, "Cha" http://www.shopsolid.com/cgi-bin/order.cgi...9814&detail=yes

NWA, off Straight Outta Compton "Express Yourself" http://www.mmguide.musicmatch.com/album/al...?ALBUMID=802361

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My travel sounds would be, uhhh...substantially different. Lots of Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie and Duke Ellington, plus Wes Montgomery and Miles Davis. I'd carry some Tony Joe White when I need a swamp blues fix, and I'd always have to have plenty of Al Kooper, Mark Knopfler and Van Morrison handy.

Since Clear Channel won't play their music I'd have to have some Dixie Chicks riding with me, and I'd love to fiddle around with Alison Krausse for an hour or so.

And when the road rage rises, I'd need to put on some Blue Oyster Cult to fit the mood...but only their first two albums, please.

That would get me from point A to point B pretty happily. Anybody else have a musical travel kit?

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