xtigger82x asked in TravelCruise Travel · 1 decade ago

cruising music?

which kinda music would be good to listen to when your on a cruise?

the kind thats upbeat for kids like me

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  • 1 decade ago
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    When I drove from Pennsylvania to Florida for our cruise with the kids, we made a CD of various beach and tropical tunes. It varied from the Beach Boys, to Jimmy Buffett. I saved a link from my cruise of someone asking the same question with LOTS of suggestions. I'll post the link below. Here are just a few of the suggestions mentioned.

    YellowBird, Lemon tree By Trini Lopez

    Jamacia Farewell, Dayo, All day all nite Maryann, Matilda, Island in the Sun by Harry Belafonte

    Zombie Jamboree (Back to back Belly to belly) by Rockapella

    Simply the best by Tina Turner (Celebrity theme song)

    Beyond the sea Bobby Darin (Carnival theme)

    Lust for Love by Iggy Pop (RCCL Theme) real nice lyrics!

    Gin and coconut water, We like to party by Venga Boys

    Tiny Bubbles, Pearly Shells, Hawaiian Wedding Song Don Ho

    Blue Hawaii by Elvis

    Under the Sea from The Little Mermaid

    Sea Cruise by Frankie Ford

    Girl from Ipanema, Wave By Antonio Carlos Jobim

    Limbo Rock by Chubby Checker

    Dollar Wine by Byron Lee (Five cent – ten cent)

    Summer Wind, The Way You Look Tonight by Frank Sinatra

    Hawaii Five-O by The Ventures

    Sea of Love by Honeydrippers

    Wipeout By the Surfaris

    Brandy (Youre a Fine Girl) by Looking Glass

    Island Girl by Elton John

    Carribean Queen by Billy Ocean

    Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride from Lilo and Stitch

    Guantanamera by The Sandpipers

    Wildwood Days by Bobby Rydell

    Another cruiser suggested:

    Jimmy Cliff: The Harder they Come, Pressure Drop, Sitting in Limbo, I Can See Clearly Now

    Beach Boys: Sloop John B; Good Vibrations; Surfing Safari; Sail on Sailor; Kokomo

    Blondie: The Tide is High

    Bobby McFerrin : Don't worry be happy

    Van Morrison: Into the Mystic

    Bob Marley: Jammin; One Love; No Woman, No Cry; Red, Red Wine; Don't Rock the Boat; Redemption Song; Buffalo Soldier

    Dream Academy: Life in a Northern Town

    Christopher Cross: Sailing

    Greenday: Time of Your Life

    Grand Funk Railroad: I'm Your Captain (Closer to Home)

    U2: One Step Closer; Sailing

    Sublime: Summertime

    Jack Johnson: Horizon; Times like These; Bob Marley Sublime Medley

    James Taylor: Mexico; Sweet Baby James; Fire and Rain; Carolina on my Mind

    Otis Redding: Sitting on the Dock of the Bay

    Sheryl Crow: Soak up the Sun

    Don Henley: Boys of Summer

    Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young: Southern Cross

    Jimmy Buffett: Son of a son of a Sailor

    Seals & Croft: Summer Breeze

    Bryan Adams: Summer of 69

    Tracy Chapman: I used to be a Sailor

    Crash Test Dummies: Swimming In Your Ocean

    Creedence Clearwater Revival : Bad Moon Rising; Sailor's Lament

    Gordon Lightfoot: The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald

    Dave Mathews Band: Satellite

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  • gaul
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    3 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    BOB IS A LITTLE LONG WINDED... JUST TAKE SOME BOB MARLEY, THE MUSIC ON THE SHIP WILL BE ALL YOU NEED!!!

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