who's the most /out/ musician? what kind of music, if any, do you guys like to listen to when you're hiking and camping?
pic related, young bob dylan
I dont listen to music when im hiking either. But when around camp i sometimes turn on folk/blues/bluegrass/rock n roll or any combination thereof. Such as grateful dead, bob dylan, muddy waters, hillstomp, agnostic mountain gospel choir, ocms. On one occasion i listened to riders on the storm by the doors while hunkered down through one of the most intense storms ive experienced while backpacking.
dude, the fucking microphones. He constantly talks about how the water was warm, the mountains are cold/far, the universe sees him, eternal night, "The disgusting feel of electric heat etc.
Pic related is fun to play and sing while /out/.
>dislikes modern society
That's all you need to know
Talk Talk - Spirit of Eden
Very contemplative album. Soundscapes. Jazzy, a little of rock from time to time. Large song.
I put my cellphone in my bag so I can still here the birds. I play it only when I get to my fishing place.
This might be the only proper song in the album https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cIWsQuYVeg
Sure Burzum and Neil Young are great picks but I
I recommend you guys check out the 'Ocean Songs' record by Dirty Three.
I would imagine it would sound great hiking with headphones on.
>not listening to your own band all the time no matter what the occaision
You fuckin up. Get on my level.
Bob Dylan was a great songwriter but a shitty performer. This is a fact. That is why everybody covers his songs and they end up way better.
Holy shit, its really wierd nobody posts BoC
This... He also harassed Woody Guthrie on his death bed, so he's also a piece of shit with no respect for the people he plagiarized. People like him because they don't understand folk music, but want to pretend they do.
>This... He also harassed Woody Guthrie on his death bed
can you elaborate a bit on that? Did a quick google search and the only thing I find is
>"The "dust bowl troubadour" – author of this This Land is Your Land, whose guitar bore the legend "this machine kills fascists" – had himself almost reached the end of the road: he was now in his fourth year at the Greystone Park Psychiatric hospital in New Jersey, suffering from Huntingdon's disease, which finally led to his death in 1967. But Dylan hunted him out there, and the two men met – Guthrie apparently giving Dylan a card after their first meeting saying: "I ain't dead yet." Dylan wrote, and played to his idol, a new piece of his own called Song to Woody. It met with the older man's approval and was one of only two original compositions that made Dylan's 1962 debut."
which hardly sounds like harassing. Am I missing something?
I wouldnt say i listen to boards of canada while actually out, but last summer after a week of backpacking in the smoky mountains the first music i played on the drive to town was boards of canada, i believe the song was from either the album hi scores or music has the right to children. either way, it was unforgettable watching lush mountain peaks disappear behind one another while driving down listening to this.
>Nobody says Timber Timbre
Speaking of /out/-tier musicians, Woody himself is a good choice. Spent a ton of his younger years riding around on trains and sleeping outdoors, and he spent a year completely naked in Florida, writing his completely incoherent second novel.
>be in Canada
>cannot watch Don Quixote video in this country for some ungodly reason
>all my wut
Anyway, you should hear the Del McCoury cover. It's fucking awesome. The original is good, too, but I also like the bluegrass version.
>That view count though
Heard this band in a fly fishing vid a long time ago and the music really enhanced the adventurous vibe of the film. It's not outdoorsy in the classical sense, but I enjoy it and it gives me those /out/ feelings.
That part is kind of weird, but the group overall is very /out/
I've read accounts which claim Dylan visited him regularly, and Guthrie would jump back and forth between appreciating the visits and hating him.
But really it's twisting the facts to claim that as harassment.