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09/08/2013

Ultimate summer driving playlist


summer music

So with two festivals under our belt this summer and a few little get aways, it means that we have spent quite a lot of time in the car and anyone knows when you embark on an awesome road trip you need and equally awesome playlist to pop into the car stereo to put you in the mood for fun and adventure. With Camp Bestival being just over a 3hour drive we needed something not only to inspire our trip but also to keep up alert and focused on a long trip, as nothing keeps you more wide and awake than singing along to your favourite tunes. So when Money Super Market asked me to share our favourite tunes we couldn't wait.

road trip


So we decided to do things equally - John has 10 picks and Laura has 10 picks, we went for a chilled theme as our music fancies change like the wind from rock, punk, folk and everything in between and when it comes to music it can be a real personal choice so we went for a pre-festival chill out mix

Lauras Picks (in no particular order)

1.These days - Nico
2. Mexico - James Taylor
3. On the road to find out - Cat Stevens
4. Roll Um Easy - Little Feat
5. Down in Mexico - The Coasters
6. Just dropped in (to see what my condition was in) - Kenny Rodgers
7. Somebody stole my thunder - Georgie Fame
8. Something good can work - Two Door Cinema Club
9. The 59th Street Bridge Song - Simon and Garfunkle
10. Spooky - Dusty Springfield

Nico - These Days
Nico


Johns Picks

1. It makes no difference - The Band
2. Running down a dream - Tom Petty
3. Sharp Dressed Man - ZZ Top
4. Tin Soldiers - Small Faces
5. Remedy - The Black Crowes
6. Keep me hanging on - Vanilla Fudge
7. Rocket Man - Elton John
8. Open Heart Surgery - Brian Jones Town Massacre
9. Getchoo - Weezer
10. Living on a thin line - The Kinks


music and words


This post contains a link but is not sponsored although this post is part of the Money Super Market Ultimate playlist competition


5 comments:

  1. Like seeing your two different playlists, I really enjoyed putting mine together and its made me excited for Bestival.

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  2. Hi Gem

    Wow hope you have an amazing time at Bestival!!!!

    Can't wait to read all about it

    Laura x

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  3. Both of these playlists are perfect for a road tip, great choices, you both have excellent tastes in music

    Glad to have stumbled across your blog
    Chloe

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    1. Hi Chloe

      Thanks for stopping by and hope you have time to visit again :)

      Laura x

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  4. Some unusual but really cool track choices here... I always try and go for tracks with bass when I'm driving to keep me awake! I'm jealous of Gem going to Bestival - I had such a great time there last year.. apart from running round to try and find a spare tyre!

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