Thursday, July 22, 2010

Driving for the Sake of Driving

Maybe it's been the heat or the fact that I've been feeling a bit under the weather lately, but I've definitely been due for a pick-me-up. There's something about the summer that leaves feelings of restlessness, so for no other reason than conjuring images of the open road and getting out of the crowded haze that is the city, here are some of my favorite travel songs as of late:

First up is Brad Alexander and Adam Mathias' "See Rock City" (sung here by Josh Young) from their song See Rock City & Other Destinations, which is currently playing at The Duke at 42nd Street:

And outdoing any Mapquest directions or GPS in style and delivery are Jay Armstrong Johnson and Alex Brightman singing "Halfway" by Ryan Scott Oliver:

And last, but hardly least, is my quintessential musical girl power road trip song, Kerrigan and Lowdermilk's "Freedom" from The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown, performed by Helene Yorke and Phoebe Strole:

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