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This amazing 75th Anniversary Route 66 collector's set contains "Route 66: Return to the Road with Martin Milner"; "Route 66: An American Odyssey"; "Drive 66:The Guide to taking a Trip", and "Greetings From Route 66: A Video Postcard". Over 4 and a half hours on two DVDs! The 75th Anniversary set also contains colorful maps and menus, director's commentary, an interview with Martin Milner, DVD-ROM weblink, interactive menus and additional bonus footage. Everything's here....beautiful music, breathtaking scenery, wacky roadside America, and all of the people that make Route 66 live on today.
It's you and Martin Milner heading down The Mother Road in a 1960 Corvette, as he ventures out to see how America has changed since he criss-crossed the country while starring in the CBS television series "Route 66" in the early 1960's. Return to the Road profiles the people of the road like never before ... you'll meet the countless unique characters that make Route 66 what it is. Along with Martin Milner, you'll discover that their history, in their own words, is the story of roadside America itself. Over three hours of entertainment on a DVD that is packed with special features not seen in the original VHS release.
Honored at major film festivals, translated into German and praised by Hot Rod, Motor Trend, American Heritage and countless other reviewers... Route 66: An American Odyssey is the heartfelt history of Route 66, from the building of the road to today's renaissance. Route 66 Magazine called it "the ultimate video tribute to The Mother Road." Featuring rare historical footage and narration by Michael Wallis, Angel Delgadillo and Bobby Troup. This new digitally remastered DVD version is chock full of Special Features,and also includes our popular titles "Drive 66: the Guide to taking a Trip" and "Greetings From Route 66: A Video Postcard".
This compilation album produced by David Sanger showcases road songs by numerous artists from Oklahoma and Texas who capture the spirit and culture that is Route 66."Route 66" is included twice with one version by the song's writer, Bobby Troup.


Tracklisting:

 1. Theme from "Route 66" - Route 66 Orchestra
 2. "Route 66" - Bobby Troup
 3. "The Mother Road" - Alan Rhody
 4. "What's Left of 66" - Jeson Eklund
 5. "Willy Rogers Highway" - Kevin Welch
 6. "The Long Red Line" - Mary Cutrufello
 7. "Used to Be" - Red Dirt Rangers
 8. "2,200 Miles" - The Mad Cat Trio featuring Cindy Cashdollar
 9. "Don't Haul Bricks on 66" - The Dusty Chaps
10. "Route 66 Revisited" - Jimmy LaFave
11. "Route 66" - Charles Brown
The Very Best of Asleep at the Wheel is the very first album to round up every single one of the legendary Western Swing band's most requested songs after thirty-seven years of rolling on the road. "It's not ballad heavy," states the 6'7 bandleader and guitar slinger with a deep laugh. "We're a dance band. That's what we're about. And that's plenty."

Tracklisting:

 1. "The Letter (That Johnny Walker Read)"
 2. "Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens"
 3. "Get Your Kicks on Route 66"
 4. "Take Me Back to Tulsa"
 5. "My baby Thinks She's a Train"
 6. "House of Blue Lights"
 7. "Miles and Miles of Texas"
 8. "Sugarfoot Rag"
 9. "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie"
10. "Dance with Who Brung Ya"
11. "Big Balls in Cowtown"
12. "Last Meal"
13. "Boogie Back to Texas"
14. "Texas Me and You"
Even More Songs Of Route 66: From Here To There is the 3rd volume of Route 66 songs by producer David Sanger. His first two collections (The Songs Of Route 66: Music From The All-American Highway (1995) and More Songs Of Route 66: Roadside Attractions (2001)) have established the six-time Grammy winner as the foremost musical spokesman for America's main street. His Route 66 CDs and their music have appeared in T.V. and movie soundtracks, DVDs, textbooks, bank and beer promotions, NPR features, national periodicals and newspapers and along the way have sold over 40,000 copies in gift shops and record stores along the historic highway.

Tracklisting:

 1. "Be Thankful for What You Got" - Emily Gimble
 2. "Travelin' Mood" - Seth Walker
 3. "Rockin' Down the Highway" - Bruce Hughes
 4. "White Line Fever" - Dale Watson
 5. "Little Floater" - Elizabeth McQueen
 6. "99 Miles from L.A." - Claire Small
 7. "On the Road Again" - Carolyn Wonderland
 8. "Pickin' California" - Slaid Cleaves
 9. "Hit the Road, Jack" - Tim Curry
10. "Truckin' Man" - Jason Roberts
11. "Willin'" - Band of Heathens
12. "Route 66" - Mike Barfield
13. "The Road" - Matt the Electrician
More Songs of Route 66: Roadside Attractions highlights Oklahoma and Texas musicians singing about the states and roadside attractions Route 66 connects from Chicago to L.A. Many of the artists are staples in the regional red dirt music and Texas country music scenes including the Red Dirt Rangers, Dale Watson, Jimmy LaFave, and Asleep at the Wheel.

Tracklisting:

 1. "Intro/Route 66" - Marcia Ball
 2. "Sweet Home Chicago" - Randy Garibay
 3. "You Came a Long Way from St. Louis" - Gary Primich
 4. "Hoppin' in Joplin" - Maryann Price
 5. "Oklahoma Hills" - Jimmy LaFave & Night Tribe
 6. "T-U-L-S-A Straight Ahead" - Jason Roberts
 7. "Midnight in Amarillo" - Cindy Cashdollar with special guest Herb Remington
 8. "Tucumcari Here I Come" Dale Watson
 9. "Albuquerque" - Asleep at the Wheel
10. "Goodbye California (Hello Illinois)" - Two High String Band
11. "Gallop to Gallup" - Dale Watson
12. "Arizona State Line" - Red Dirt Rangers
13. "California Sun" - The LeRoi Brothers
14. "66 Highway Blues" - Steve James