Music for Your Summer Weekends

by Maxwell Tielman

American Summer from designsponge on 8tracks Radio.

There’s something about the summer—especially the mythic, elusive and oft-romanticized American summer—that begs for music. And not just any music—that heavy, anthemic, shamelessly catchy kind of music that makes you feel wild, alive and free; music for rolling the top down, letting the nighttime summer air into your lungs, and feeling like tomorrow is ages away. Most importantly—music that you want to sing along to. Here are a few American summertime classics to get your wet, hot summer singing started—with a few new spins in there for good measure. Cheers! —Max

Track listing:

1. Johnny Cash – Ragged Old Flag

2. Creedence Clearwater Revival – Bad Moon Rising

3. American Girl – Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers

4. Wanda Jackson – Let’s Have A Party

5. The Lovin’ Spoonful – Summer In The City

6. Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings – This Land Is Your Land

7. The Beach Boys – Surfin’ USA

8. Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood – Summer Wine

9. Lana Del Rey – National Anthem

10. Ray Charles – America The Beautiful

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