I rarely listen to music while camping, but on the longer trips with no human contact i seem to get a little “buggy” around day 5 so on those days i will paddle with some low volume CCR.
Bonny Doon is a lesser known group that I dig when out in nature. Tends to be my go to choice while driving away after a long hike
@sandrato It’s funny you mention that you listen to music at a reasonable volume while sitting by the fire. Last week, we were camping at a state park in Iowa and thank goodness the sites were spaced a generous distance apart because even with this spacing, a couple in the site next to us played music very loudly (and sang along to it). At least most of it was music we enjoyed and they did knock it off around 9:30 pm!
Listening to Bonny Doon now - a spacial and low key sound (especially the “Longwave” album).
10 PM, time to turn on the loud “throat-clearing” album!
Jason Isbell. Paul Simon. Joni Mitchell. Radiohead. father john misty. These come to mind from recent trips
But only inside the camper while cooking meals. No music outside! I don’t want to hear other people’s music and I won’t make them hear mine!
We camp to enjoy nature so rarely have any music going. Maybe when doing dishes but that’s about it unless we are camping with a group.
I agree with the comments above, I don’t want to hear your music regardless of whether it suits my taste or not.
hahaha. 12 Comedy Points for that one