Even More Songs Of Route 66: From Here to There

Even More Songs Of Route 66: From Here to There

A sequel to the popular More Songs of Route 66: Roadside Attractions - this album mixes up the genres and explores the authentic sound associated with Route 66. This is available on CD or as an MP3 download.

Featuring a who's who of Austin Americana - The Band Of Heathens, Dale Watson, Slaid Cleaves, Elizabeth McQueen, Carolyn Wonderland, Seth Walker, Matt the Electrician and others - all have their turn on this new outing.

Tracklisting:

Be Thankful For What You Got - Emily Gimble
Travelin' Mood - Seth Walker
Rockin' Down The Highway - Bruce Hughes
White Line Fever - Dale Watson
Little Floater - Elizabeth McQueen
99 Miles From L.A. - Claire Small
On The Road Again - Carolyn Wonderland
Pickin' California - Slaid Cleaves
Hit The Road, Jack - Tim Curry
Truckin' Man - Jason Roberts
Willin' - Band Of Heathens
Route 66 - Mike Barfield
The Road - Matt the Electrician

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More Songs Of Route 66: Roadside Attractions

More Songs Of Route 66: Roadside Attractions

A unique collection of fun and upbeat songs all linked by the theme of Route 66 destinations and roadside attractions. It's worth keeping in mind that the tracks are not performed by the original artists but this just makes for a more unique listening experience.

Featuring a broad selection of musical styles - folk, blues, western swing, surfer pop and rock - this album is available on CD or as MP3 download.

Tracklisting:

Intro/Route 66 - Marcia Ball
Sweet Home Chicago - Randy Garibay, Jr.
You Came a Long Way from St. Louis - Gary Primich
Hoppin' in Joplin - Maryann Price
Oklahoma Hills - Jimmy LaFave
T-U-L-S-A Straight Ahead - Jason Roberts
Midnight in Amarillo - Cindy Cashdollar
Tucumcarl, Here I Come - Dale Watson
Albuquerque - Asleep at the Wheel
Goodbye California (Hello Illinois) - Two High String Band
Gallop to Gallup - Dale Watson
Arizona State Line - Red Dirt Rangers
California Sun - The LeRoi Brothers
66 Highway Blues - Steve James

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Billy Connolly's Route 66: Music from and inspired by the TV Series

Billy Connolly's Route 66: Music from and inspired by the TV Series

Route 66: Music from and Inspired by the TV Series is the soundtrack to comedian and travelling enthusiast Billy Connolly's adventure down the world's most famous road.

Filled with the "Big Yin's" choice of driving music, tracks include classics from the likes of Chuck Berry, Harry Nilsson, The Faces, Dusty Springfield and many more across 2 CDs.

This album is also available as an MP3 download.

This compilation has 40 tracks spanning multiple genres including:

Route 66 by Chuck Berry
Green Onions by Booker T & The MG's
Everybody's Talkin' by Harry Nillson
Spooky by Dusty Springfield
Born To Be Wild by Steppenwolf
Shake A Tail Feather (Live in Texas) by Ike And Tina Turner
Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 by The Rolling Stones
Dueling Banjos by Eric Weissberg

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Route 66: Rockin' on the Road

Route 66: Rockin' on the Road

A great 3-CD collection that takes you out on the open road featuring tracks by artists such as Canned Heat, Van Morrison, Johnny Cash, The Outlaws and Starship. This album is available on both CD and as an MP3 download.

Representing good value for money, this compilation has 42 great driving tracks that make for the perfect soundtrack to a route 66 road-trip including:

On the Road Again - Canned Heat
I Walk the Line - Johnny Cash
Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison
Sweet Home Alabama - the Outlaws
Wipe Out - the Surfaris
Louie Louie - the Kingsmen
Boom Boom - John Lee Hooker

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What started as a record of my personal Route 66 experience has grown into an active community of Route 66 veterans and newcomers alike. This website relies entirely on the experiences of its users so please feel free to recommend your own personal favourites.

Every Route 66 road trip is unique, and this site is in no way intended to be a definitive guide to the old road. However, I sincerely hope it offers a starting point to anyone planning their own Route 66 vacation.

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