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(@6was9)
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If you had to live in seclusion with only five CD's and or DVD's what would you take?

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(@margaret)
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It would be difficult for me to narrow it down to five, but I know one CD I'd take for sure.

It's the soundtrack from the movie Holes, with a variety of artists including D-Tent Boys, Shaggy, Eels, Moby, Pepe Deluxe, North Mississippi All-Stars, Eagle Eye Cherry, Little Axe, Keb Mo.

It is one helluva feel-good CD I wouldn't want to do without. 8)

Great movie, too, and suitable for most of the family, especially kids about 9 or 10 and up.

Margaret

When my mind is free, you know a melody can move me
And when I'm feelin' blue, the guitar's comin' through to soothe me ~


   
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(@razzlemacher)
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Burn my mp3 collection onto a DVD so thats one :lol:

The collection must include Appetite for Destruction (GnR), Keb Mo and Oasis.

Definitely taking my John Petrucci's Rock Discipline DVD as well. If you haven't seen it yet I'd recommend checking it out.

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(@quarterfront)
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Only five? Yikes....

SRV & Double Trouble Live at the El Mocambo
O Brother Where Art Thou
Blade Runner (Director's Cut)
Axis Bold as Love
Dark Side of the Moon


   
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(@coloradofenderbender)
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Hmmm, this could change after I think for a few seconds, but here goes:

Dark Side of the Moon
Led Zeppelin IV
The Rolling Stones - 40 Licks (a greatest hits CD)
Van Halen I
and to throw one music based DVD.... Rush 30

Boy, that was tough! Will probably be changing some of these! I hate these questions - too many to chose from to narrow to only 5! :evil:


   
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(@kevin72790)
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Dark Side of the Moon
The Wall
Axis: Bold as Love
Electric Ladyland
Are You Experienced?


   
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(@racetruck1)
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Led Zeppelin "IV"

Roy Buchanan "The Atlantic Years"

The Who "Who's Next"

The soundtrack to "Forrest Gump"

Frank Zappa "Strictly Commercial"

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(@ricochet)
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DVDs.

Slingblade would be one.

I like the way he talks.

Hmmm.

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(@vic-lewis-vl)
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CD's....

The essential Bob Dylan
CCR - Chronicle
Led Zeppelin - Very Best Of (slightly preferred to Led Zeppelin DVD)
The Who - The Ultimate Collection

and one DVD -

Status Quo - XS All Areas - The Greatest Hits

:D :D :D

Vic

"Sometimes the beauty of music can help us all find strength to deal with all the curves life can throw us." (D. Hodge.)


   
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(@ab0msnwman)
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My Buckethead DVDs!


   
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(@rgalvez)
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difficult..but ok.
'Forever Changes' - Love
'Minstrel in the Gallery' - Jethro Tull
'Pet Sounds' - Beach Boys
'London Calling' The Clash
'Abbey Road'- The Beatles


   
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(@vic-lewis-vl)
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It would be difficult for me to narrow it down to five, but I know one CD I'd take for sure.

It's the soundtrack from the movie Holes, with a variety of artists including D-Tent Boys, Shaggy, Eels, Moby, Pepe Deluxe, North Mississippi All-Stars, Eagle Eye Cherry, Little Axe, Keb Mo.

It is one helluva feel-good CD I wouldn't want to do without. 8)

Great movie, too, and suitable for most of the family, especially kids about 9 or 10 and up.

Margaret

My daughter read that book in her early teens and loved it, passed it on to me....I enjoyed it as well - been trying to catch up with the movie for ages now, it was on this week and we missed it.....AAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRGGGGH!!!!!!

Oh well, one of these days.....

:D :D :D

Vic

"Sometimes the beauty of music can help us all find strength to deal with all the curves life can throw us." (D. Hodge.)


   
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(@margaret)
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I know one CD I'd take for sure.

It's the soundtrack from the movie Holes,

Great movie, too, and suitable for most of the family, especially kids about 9 or 10 and up.

Margaret

My daughter read that book in her early teens and loved it, passed it on to me....I enjoyed it as well - been trying to catch up with the movie for ages now, it was on this week and we missed it.....AAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRGGGGH!!!!!!

Oh well, one of these days.....

:D :D :D

Vic

My daughter read Holes as a young teen, too, before the movie was out I believe, and loved it. Then son read the book and liked it, but he was a little on the young side and didn't understand it quite fully. Then we rented the movie. Think I watched it three times all the way through that weekend. Then son read the book again, and loved it even more. It's one of my favorite movies.

Margaret

When my mind is free, you know a melody can move me
And when I'm feelin' blue, the guitar's comin' through to soothe me ~


   
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(@teleplayer324)
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Speaking of movies, has anyone seen "Stealing Gram Parsons" ? Pretty good movie based on the true story of his road manager stealing his corpse to fufill Gram's wish of being cremated in the desert. The soundtrack are all Gram Parsons tunes. Good movie, great soundtrack

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(@off-he-goes)
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I couldn't really pick a top five, but CD's and DVD's that I would need to take would include

Pearl Jam-Riot Act
Dire Straits-Dire Straits
SVR-Greatest Hits collection of some sort

I would also take the David Gilmour live in Concert DVD, as well as the Roger Waters in The Flesh. I'd take my Jack Johnson DVD too, and a Perfect Circle CD.

Paul

Vacate is the word...Vengance has no place on me or her...Cannot find a comfort in this world.


   
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