TT Jukebox

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johnchapter1 (Nate W.)'s Comment
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I know you love music, and sharing music is a way we all connect as humans. From what I understand, most of you are long-haul truckers traveling far and beyond your state of origin. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance to have a sense of calmness, relaxation, and focus behind the wheel. Therefore!!! TruckingTruth (TT) Jukebox must exist.

This thread is for those who have a means of downloading, streaming, and playing music loud and proud on the road. This thread is also for those who have a love for new music, love sharing music (new or old), and love seeing the joy bought to one another through it doing so.

ENJOY!

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johnchapter1 (Nate W.)'s Comment
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Genre: EDM and R&B

Disclosure - Latch

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johnchapter1 (Nate W.)'s Comment
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Lol I've been practicing coding in an objective C but learning html on here should be fun. lol But last post for tonight. For tips, just ask me...or do like me..google it (programmers best friend...that and libraries).

This group right here is one of my favorite bands all time. They are relatively new, but they are realllllllyyyyy good.

Chon - Puddle

The Dude's Comment
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I'm a Led Zeppelin junkie and No Quarter is my favorite song ever. Today I heard a cover of that song for the first time ever, No Quarter by Tool. For anyone into hard rock, I'm sure you've heard Zep's original version of this song, but if you haven't ever heard Tool's cover, I highly suguest you go onto YouTube To listen. It's really incredible.

Christy R.'s Comment
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I'm a Led Zeppelin junkie and No Quarter is my favorite song ever. Today I heard a cover of that song for the first time ever, No Quarter by Tool. For anyone into hard rock, I'm sure you've heard Zep's original version of this song, but if you haven't ever heard Tool's cover, I highly suguest you go onto YouTube To listen. It's really incredible.

♡Tool. Will check it out now! Thanks Dude!

Andy F.'s Comment
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On it....

johnchapter1 (Nate W.)'s Comment
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I'm a Led Zeppelin junkie and No Quarter is my favorite song ever. Today I heard a cover of that song for the first time ever, No Quarter by Tool. For anyone into hard rock, I'm sure you've heard Zep's original version of this song, but if you haven't ever heard Tool's cover, I highly suguest you go onto YouTube To listen. It's really incredible.

Tool - No Quarter

here it is

im more into progressive rock The Dude...but this was pretty straight. I feel like this could be heavily sampled in some parts

Mr. Smith's Comment
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I have been listening to music for soooo long man. when I was little i grew up listening to kearth 101 then also my grandpa was a hank williams and bill monroe and buddy holley fan. then i liked rap then i liked "college music" then i liked punk and ska then i like rock and roll then i liked it all. I had thousands of cds man im talking enough to probably pay a persons wages for a year. lol. this was when you can actually go buy cds. ha. then they did the napster thing and holy cow i had almost every song from every genre and listened to them all. I got tired of all that so I started listening to foreign music, foreign rap, yodeling, bag pipes, cifteli, dutar and many other crazy instruments.

now i am straight tired of music. i am burnt out. I like to just be peaceful with just the sound of the wind i like the sound of the dd15 lol.

but im down for some talk radio. I like talk radio. an the news radio. i like to hear the news.

Mc Kresha, Levon Helm, Hank Williams, CCR, Humble Pie, Black Sabbath, Bill Monroe, The Mamas and the Papas, Old Crow Medicine Show, Deadman, Wolfgang Schneiderhan with Schubert, Snoop, Robin Trower, Stevie Ray, Bad Company, Eric Clapton, Cream, America, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steeley Dan, Misfits, Grand Scovell, Muddy Waters, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Ghetto Boys, Beastie Boys, Robert Johnson, Sublime, Israel Vibration, the Specials, Arlo Guthrie Woody Guthrie, Lyrical Son, WNC, Afroman, Mac Wiseman, Ricky Skaggs, Stanley Brothers, Osborne Brothers, Doc Watson, The Seeds, Elvis, Berry, Cleftones, The Doors, Bob Dylan, The Toadies, Hum, The Beach Boys, union 13, just to name a few lol. I even like Los Tucanes Los Tucanes

Dm:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.
johnchapter1 (Nate W.)'s Comment
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I have been listening to music for soooo long man. when I was little i grew up listening to kearth 101 then also my grandpa was a hank williams and bill monroe and buddy holley fan. then i liked rap then i liked "college music" then i liked punk and ska then i like rock and roll then i liked it all. I had thousands of cds man im talking enough to probably pay a persons wages for a year. lol. this was when you can actually go buy cds. ha. then they did the napster thing and holy cow i had almost every song from every genre and listened to them all. I got tired of all that so I started listening to foreign music, foreign rap, yodeling, bag pipes, cifteli, dutar and many other crazy instruments.

now i am straight tired of music. i am burnt out. I like to just be peaceful with just the sound of the wind i like the sound of the dd15 lol.

but im down for some talk radio. I like talk radio. an the news radio. i like to hear the news.

Mc Kresha, Levon Helm, Hank Williams, CCR, Humble Pie, Black Sabbath, Bill Monroe, The Mamas and the Papas, Old Crow Medicine Show, Deadman, Wolfgang Schneiderhan with Schubert, Snoop, Robin Trower, Stevie Ray, Bad Company, Eric Clapton, Cream, America, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steeley Dan, Misfits, Grand Scovell, Muddy Waters, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Ghetto Boys, Beastie Boys, Robert Johnson, Sublime, Israel Vibration, the Specials, Arlo Guthrie Woody Guthrie, Lyrical Son, WNC, Afroman, Mac Wiseman, Ricky Skaggs, Stanley Brothers, Osborne Brothers, Doc Watson, The Seeds, Elvis, Berry, Cleftones, The Doors, Bob Dylan, The Toadies, Hum, The Beach Boys, union 13, just to name a few lol. I even like Los Tucanes Los Tucanes

That was a big comment. lol But as a musician i understand where you're coming from. I've got to a point too were at times, im tired of having noise in my ear and in my area. Sometimes the summer/spring breeze and engine is more relaxing than bass clogging your ears; and sometimes its refreshing to hear people discuss and argue on talk radio. However, too much of something will definitely burn you out. So there def needs to be a balance in your music diet I feel.

But your music experience is pretty interesting. Afroman!!! HA! That's some mind staggering music...lemme tell ya lol And when it comes to foreign music, if I have a connection with the culture (like japanese music. I love it because of animes. I plan on learning japanese one day soon.), I'll listen to it with lyrics. But like Los Tucanes (i just listened to it), i dont have a connection or understand (care to understand what they are saying). Now intrumentals, I'm all for though. Being a drummer, I can't get enough of instrumentals like Perez Prado.

Genre: Mambo Perez Prado - April in Portugal

Did you listen to any gospel music other than Elvis Mr. Smith?

Dm:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.
johnchapter1 (Nate W.)'s Comment
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And I do alot of sampling when I get in the mood to produce. So thats another reason why I like instrumentals.

And here is a sample of some Japanese music that favors our progressive/hard rock

Tokyo Ghoul Intro (Season 1)

I really hope some truckers here find some of the music interesting and adds it to their long-haul playlists. Or save it to show to your fam when you make it home.

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