America, by Simon and Garfunkel.
Road Trippin’, by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Take Me With You, by Morphine
Sleep Alone, by Moby
Thela Hun Ginjeet, by King Crimson
Life is a Long Song, by Jethro Tull
Postcard Day, Ian Anderson
Ride Across the River, by Dire Straits
Space Oddity, by David Bowie
Five Years, by David Bowie
#34, by Dave Matthews Band
Where Do I Begin, by The Chemical Brothers
No Distance Left to Run, by Blur
Please, add your favorite “travel music” to the list. Feel free to argue some of my choices, too.
3 thoughts on “Travel Music”
“Lonesome Traveller” by The Weavers. Yes, there were good songs written before the era of Rock ‘N Roll. ;-)
what about pretty much everything by The Travelling Wilburys?
“A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall”, by Bob Dylan.
“The City of New Orleans”, written by Steve Goodman.
And, maybe the best ever, “This Land is Your Land”, by Woodie Guthrie.
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