Soundtrack for Trip #5: North and South Dakota

images-1 North and South Dakota may not be tops on most peoples road trip destination list but anyone who ventures to explore here will be blown away by the natural beauty and the amazing array of uniquely interesting activities. Here’s a list of songs that celebrate the spirit of the Dakotas as you drive along the prairies and through the Badlands, from the faces on Mt. Rushmore to the roaring motorcycle towns of Sturgis and Deadwood. As you arrive in Medora you will come to understand why Teddy Roosevelt kept his beloved ranch here, because he considered it the most beautiful place in the whole country where he could feel at peace.

“American Girl” Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
“I Won’t Back Down” Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
“Ramblin Man” The Allman Brothers Band
“Born To Be Wild” Steppenwolf
“Running On Empty” Jackson Browne
“Bad Company” Bad Company
“Fields of Gold” Sting
“Wanted Dead Or Alive” Bon Jovi
“South Dakota Morning” Bee Gees
“Theme From Little House On The Prairie” Hollywood Prime Time Orchestra
“The Black Hills of Dakota” Doris Day
“Born To Run” Bruce Springsteen
“Drivin My Life Away” Eddie Rabbit

 
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Comments

  1. Nicole White says:

    I love all of your soundtracks. They’re so creative. We have a single “Road Trip” CD that we play whenever we start off for a new town, but this takes it to a whole new level.

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