take me home denver

In addition to state-of-the-art weapons, shielding, and navigation technology, Driver’s vehicle the McMANN also has a cassette tape player, which is very exciting because it means they get to make mixtapes they can make everyone else listen to while they head out on a mission.

So I made a couple of YouTube playlists.

These are all songs that came out in America between 1960 and spring of 1974, mostly a blend of rock, soul, power pop, and some proto-punk. The first one is faster songs, more rock ‘n’ roll. The second has more soul and love songs and stuff. Chill, but you can still sing along to ‘em.

Driver’s Mixtape Vol 1.

  1. “I Get Around” by The Beach Boys
  2. “Keep Yourself Alive” by Queen
  3. “Amateur Hour” by Sparks
  4. “Waterloo” by ABBA
  5. “20th Century Boy” by T. Rex
  6. “WAR” by Edwin Starre
  7. “Summer in the City” by The Lovin’ Spoonful
  8. “Somebody to Love” by Jefferson Airplane
  9. “Piece of My Heart” by Janis Joplin
  10. “Revolution” by The Beatles
  11. “You Really Got Me” by The Kinks
  12. “I Can See for Miles” by The Who
  13. “Magic Carpet Ride” by Steppenwolf
  14. “Dusty Old Fairgrounds” by Blue Ash
  15. “Radar Love” by Golden Earring
  16. “No Matter What” by Badfinger
  17. “Changes” by David Bowie
  18. “Wild Thing” by The Troggs
  19. “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” by The Rolling Stones
  20. “Bad Bad Leroy Brown” by Jim Croce
  21. “Stuck in the Middle with You” by Stealers Wheel
  22. “Kodachrome” by Paul Simon

Driver’s Mixtape Vol. 2

  1. “In the Street” by Big Star
  2. “Lake Shore Drive” by Aliotta Haynes & Jeremiah
  3. “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye & Tami Terrell
  4. “Dancing in the Street” by Martha & the Vandellas
  5. “Get Ready” by The Temptations
  6. “Do You Love Me” by The Contours
  7. “You Can’t Hurry Love” by The Supremes
  8. “I Want You Back” by The Jackson 5
  9. “Come and Get Your Love” by Redbone
  10. “Put a Little Love in Your Heart” by Jackie DeShannon
  11. “Chain Gang" by Sam Cooke
  12. “Chain of Fools” by Aretha Franklin
  13. “Everyday People” by Sly & the Family Stone
  14. “Build Me Up Buttercup” by The Foundations
  15. “Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)” by Edison Lighthouse
  16. “Ring of Fire” by Johnny Cash
  17. “A Little Less Conversation” by Elvis Presley
  18. “You Don’t Own Me” by Lesley Gore
  19. “Take Me Home, Country Roads” by John Denver
  20. “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” by Robert John
  21. “Superstition” by Stevie Wonder
  22. “Money (That’s What I Want)” by Barrett Strong

Please feel free to suggest more songs and artists to me, if you think they’d be good road trip listening and came out by spring 1974!

a playlist for the nymphs, elves, fairies, creatures, and spirits of the forest

alt-j warm foothills // alt-j hunger of the pine // monsters of folk ahead of the curve // juno soundtrack tree hugger // the beatles in my life // cat power free // the decemberists don’t carry it all // the killers bones // the killers the river is wild // gorillaz to binge // MGMT of moons, birds & monsters // of monsters and men dirty paws // of monsters and men mountain sound // dusted all comes down //  John Denver take me home, country roads // beach boys sloop john b // Edward Sharpe and the magnetic zeros home // twenty one pilots trees   

you can listen here  I hope you enjoy :) 

Cas Mix

12x19 coda

@enyacascade happy birthday. sorry this is short

It was a week after Cas left them (again) that Sam found it.

Dean had been so furious at Cas’ betrayal that he hadn’t once tried to call the angel. Hadn’t said a word about it. Hadn’t even mentioned Castiel’s name once. Sam knew by now that anger was Dean’s ill-concealed coping mechanism for worry, so he tried to indulge him.

Breaking the “no-Cas” rule had been a complete accident.

They were heading across the country on a hunt in northern Idaho; Sam went out of his way to find a case that involved a lot of driving in an attempt to distract Dean. Though at this point, it was a step in the right direction just getting Dean to leave the Bunker.

As their current cassette (Bon Jovi) ran to an end, Sam rummaged through their little stash, desperate to avoid any potential awkward silences. What he pulled out, though, was an unfamiliar cassette simply labeled “Cas.” 

Heart pounding, and curiosity piqued, Sam quickly swapped the cassettes. To his surprise, the first song on the tape was none other than Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver. Sam frowned. This wasn’t Dean’s usual genre…

Even more surprising was the look of sad surprise that flashed across Dean’s face as the familiar refrain take me home to the place I belong trilled over the car radio. Sam couldn’t help it.

“Why’d you make this for Cas?” he blurted out.

Dean’s jaw tightened and Sam was sure he’d made an awful mistake but then, ever so slowly, Dean exhaled. “I didn’t make it for Cas.” He glanced over at Sam, then fixed his eyes on the road pointedly while he continued, “I made it because of Cas. All the songs on here are songs Cas has mentioned liking.”


Sam watched Dean carefully, waiting for a stronger reaction. Anger, perhaps. Annoyance, at least. But as Take Me Home, Country Roads ended, followed by David Bowie’s Starman, Dean only looked sadder.

“I miss him, Sam,” Dean whispered finally, and the look of pure sorrow on his face as he admitted it made Sam almost miss Dean’s usual coping mechanisms.

They listened to the rest of the Cas mix in silence.


This song is a really good tie in between the Aliens universe and John Denver. 

Never thought I’d write those words.


John Denver ~ Take Me Home, Country Roads

Miyazaki’s Whisper of the Heart is really touching to me just bc it tugs on my heartstrings to realize there are people on the other side of the world who feel the same way I do about “Country Roads, Take Me Home” by John Denver

Tagged by @ruumiin-multaa (Thanksss !!!)

RULES: List 10 songs you’re currently vibing to, then tag 10 mutuals

1.       Marty Robbins - Big Iron

2.       Mike Oldfield - l Moonlight Shadow ft. Maggie Reilly

3.       Queen - Innuendo

4.       Heron Oblivion - Your Hollows

5.       Leningrad Cowboys – You’re My Heart, You’re My Soul

6.       Leningrad Cowboys – Starman

7.       John Denver - Take Me Home, Country Roads

8.       Elvis Presley - Flaming Star

9.       Mötley Crüe - Dr. Feelgood 

10.     Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)

Tagging @generalfish (do it u fucko), @everythingisscary@viesti3, @finncessmana, @kaydew 

Also only tagging 4 mutuals cuz I can


John Denver ~ Take Me Home, Country Roads

Now That’s What I Call Dad Music! or: music Richard Campbell Gansey III almost definitely listens to because he is an actual suburban dad who writes Beatles lyrics on maps of Virginia.

.01 Take Me Home, Country Roads | John Denver .02 Don’t Let Me Down | The Beatles .03 Edge of Seventeen | Stevie Nicks .04 Go Your Own Way | Fleetwood Mac .05 Dream On | Aerosmith .06 Baby Blue | Badfinger .07 Rhiannon | Fleetwood Mac .08 Ruby Tuesday | The Rolling Stones .09 Till There Was You (cover) | The Beatles .10 Mrs. Robinson | Simon and Garfunkel

anonymous asked:

What are your top 10 favorite songs at the moment?

1. Down in the Valley - Head and the Heart
2. Paint - The Paper Kites
3. These Waters - Ben Howard
4. July - Youth Lagoon
5. Blue Skies (Carry Us Away) - Acorntribe
6. Gimme Shelter - Rolling Stones
7. Sweet Virginia - Rolling Stones
8. Take Me Home Country Roads - John Denver
9. Dizzy On the Comedown - Turnover
10. Cutting my Fingers Off - Turnover

rouencathedral  asked:

dude u gotta headcanon the sarchengsey road trip of 2k16 I need the deets

oh hell yes

  • ronan makes them a mix for the trip. “is it the murder squash song?” gansey asks suspiciously. ronan assures him it is not the murder squash song. gansey, not trusting him, listens to the whole thing, and is surprised to find it doesn’t contain the murder squash song. there’s some irish folk, some house/electronic music, some cool remixes of songs they like, it’s all very enjoyable and surprisingly personal. then, the morning that they set off on the trip, gansey puts the mix in the stereo of blue’s camaro, and it’s all been turned into the murder squash song. ronan can hear them yelling from his room.
  • but they actually end up keeping the mix so whenever someone falls asleep, they can play it at top volume to wake them up
  • they start out by heading northwest so that they can avoid both southern summer heat and northern winter bullshit
  • gansey plays “take me home, country roads” by john denver the whole way through west virginia (which, since henrietta’s fictionally located near harrisonburg/massanutten, is, like a 4 hour drive minimum heading northwest) and blue and henry seriously consider kicking him out of the car and making him walk back to henrietta
  • at one point they get lost and accidentally end up in cleveland. gansey happens to mention this to ronan, who starts telling them all about how cleveland has an unusually high number of serial killers per capita. they get out of cleveland very quickly.
  • blue is enthralled by every single new terrain or biome they come across and keeps a journal where she ranks her favorites. the number one spot ends up going to the redwood forests :)))))))))
  • the three of them leave a trail of hair products a mile wide in their wake
  • they sleep out under the stars a lot of the time, but sometimes they’ll get a motel room with two beds (blue and gansey share, henry has his own bc personally i’m ambivalent about romantic sarchengsey but if you ship it let’s just say it’s bc henry kicks people in his sleep)
  • one night they end up in some random field with the entire milky way visible overhead and just lie there watching a meteor shower and then talking for hours
  • on an especially hot afternoon they come across a little secluded lake and go swimming in their underwear. i’d say skinny-dip but lbrh this is the same gansey who thought blue swimming in capris and a tank top was scandalously sexy. at least some clothes are staying on.
  • portland, oregon is both wonderful and terrible because half the population is just as much of absurd hipsters as they are
  • they make sure their route involves looping back and heading south through boston/cambridge in mid-december, so they can pick adam up from harvard and he can ride down with them for the winter holidays
  • (part of that loop back involves driving through ohio and ronan literally begs them to pose with the “HELL IS REAL” sign)
  • but anyways picking adam up at harvard
  • they end up getting to the campus and finding him literally as he’s leaving his last final. he’s tired and stressed and hasn’t slept in two days and still has to finish packing and when he leaves the exam hall he hears? screaming? and for some reason the screaming includes his name? and he’s trying to process what this means when he sees the three of them charging up the pathway towards him
  • there’s no time for dignity or WASPy detachment, only hugging
  • the camaro is hella cramped with four people and luggage in it and adam and henry both have to put bags on their laps but they make it work and survive the trip down to henrietta
  • when they get there they go straight to 300 fox way because maura and calla insisted on it and ronan and opal agreed to meet them there instead of trying to coordinate multiple drop-off locations
  • there’s more hugging and lots of butter and bacon and excited story swapping and basically no one lets go of each other for hours
  • it’s like 2 am by the time they all finally get back to monmouth to sleep (henry takes the couch, opal takes noah’s old bedroom which has become her bedroom over the past year or so, obv bluesey take gansey’s bed and pynch take ronan’s room)
  • they spend like a month back in henrietta and go to nino’s and harry’s and the barns and all their old places a lot
  • then it’s time to hit the american south
  • louisiana is super cool and feels old and full of history, because even though it’s early february they were extremely careful to make sure they wouldn’t be in new orleans around mardi gras
  • there are long stretches of drive through rural texas where the only radio station is fundamentalist christian right-wing politics and blue and henry Want To Die but gansey is immune thanks to his upbringing
  • do i even need to clarify what natural features they go to see? the rio grande, carlsbad caverns, the grand canyon, death valley, all the classics.
  • when they’re in california gansey tries to hit as many gold rush ghost towns as possible, but ends up giving it up for the chance to drive up along highway one instead and the entire drive is achingly beautiful
  • they hit lots of tiny, weird seaside towns with really good grocery stores and eat sandwiches and pie on rocky beaches with cold ocean lapping up at their feet
  • they go to san francisco for like a day (which is the longest anyone can afford to live in san francisco) and blue tries to convince gansey to take the wheel and go 90 down lombard street. he says no because he’ll probably hit a tourist. after some quick internet research on henry’s phone, blue tries to convince gansey to go 90 down vermont street instead. he still says no.
  • the golden gate bridge is, admittedly, pretty cool
  • they drive up to humboldt country to see ferndale and the avenue of the giants and stop at every single middle-of-the-woods tourist trap on the way
  • they loop back towards virginia again and end up getting back to henrietta a year to the day since they first left
  • traveling is awesome and they’re gonna do a lot more of it, but for now they’ve got a summer with adam and ronan and opal and possibly a time-traveling camaro to look forward to.
  • it’s gonna be fucking awesome.