This musician is a friend of mine from Toronto, Kevin Laliberte. When this pandemic is over I am hoping he will come and play for us again. I could get a ticket listening to his CD.
Yeah.... A little heavier than most here but still a good tune and they have been around a long time... For metal, It's one I would put in my playlist... Good post...This will get me going. From the original Fast and Furious soundtrack.
Perhaps a different genre than most on here?
If you have a computer with two USB ports you could plug in a burner and transfer from the key to the cd burner. You could have one hell of a lot of CD's though if you choose to transfer the whole key. I have over 1100 songs on my key. You'd have to pick and choose the best of the best.The 80's and 90's were my glory days so it's no surprise that my playlist on the USB thumb drive in my Jeep mostly contains songs from that era, with a heavy emphasis on Canadian bands such as Chilliwack, Pursuit Of Happiness, BTO, Streetheart, Limblifter, Econoline Crush, Jerry Doucette, etc.
Problem is, though, I haven't figured out how to transfer it all onto CD's so I can play it in my C5. I'm not even sure if the CD function works on the stereo, much less the trunk mounted CD changer. To be honest, it isn't much of a priority because most of my cruising is done with the top off, the windows down and the stereo off so I can listen to the music from the Borla exhaust.
Blind melon reminds me of ICHYCOO PARK by The Small faces.Few off my driving list... big mix of cruising, aggressive, and just remixes. I hope I don't waste anyones time.
The obvious few .....
(anyone not like red-heads?)
Some remixes, possibly better than the originals.... ( I lay my sword here.... )
( Canadian content...)
Some good fun and faster cruisin tunes
Possibly something new and obscure .... (The HU, Mongolian Rock) amazing tones, vocals, worth the watch