This page contains videos with music backgrounds of specific parts of Calypso's Road Trips. Music Videos not related to Road Trips or Tracks can be found on those pages. The first four here at the top span the entire trips in different ways.
Delivery, Route 66, San Diego County. Music is what was playing on the stereo at the time 5:45
Open the video in YouTube and go to the Description to see a list of the music.
Take the Long Way Home by Supertramp - with pictures from my iphone on the Big Trip 5:07
Friend supplied music as a medley of the big trip showing geographic location of each 11:25
Time (Inception) by Hans Zimmer with selected short clips of the Trip 4:20
Half Trip and Half Track, here is a video that ties the two menu selections "Trips" and "Track Time" together. In addition to the trip up, this video includes some of the short segments seen elsewhere on this web-site, as well as some "Touristy" stuff. The sound track includes a medley of selections, Hans Zimmer, Jethro Tull and Joe Walsh. Scroll down for some videos of the Cross Country Trips, or use this link to go to "Track Time".
There are three "Cross Country" trips. The first was the "Delivery and Route 66" trip in 2014. The other two trips, were done in 2019. Those two trip's videos are shown further below, the first one. The first one is a full length movie it is an hour and forty minutes long. Best viewed in YouTube. But here is the link to that video.
2019 ROUND TRIP
The Videos below are mostly from the second and third cross country trips, and they are grouped geographically. Some of them are shot with my 360 camera (see "On Calypso" for a description of that camera). 360 Cameras may not play on all devices; and please if you do view a 360 video don't stay focused on Pete in the Driver's Seat - LOOK AROUND.
As a quick overview
Infinity Ripple's ~The Glow, the piece called Petal
Going to California (Led Zeppelin) - Jamie Dupuis 3:18
There is a short clip of the Corkscrew at Laguna Seca in this video at the beginning.
Aerial by Keith Kenniff Corkscrew and Yosemite 3:23
Love of Strings by Moby The Big Trip Utah 6:07
Rowena by Michael Kamen and Seattle Symphony Utah 6:19
Night Drive by Garnet Rogers Colorado 9:52
What makes you Beautiful by Piano Guys Palm Springs 3:13
Rocky Mountain High by John Denver Colorado 4:43
Interstellar Main Theme by Hans Zimmer San Diego 4:07
Lucky Man by ELP California Coast Hwy 1. 4:37
Lost on You by LP Upstate New York 4:29
The Letter that never came by Thomas Neuman 4:14
Miss Misery by Elliott Smith Mass. Pike 3:06
Lighthouse by Patrick Watson singing Lincoln Woods 3:00
Red Barchetta by Rush Arkansas - Tennessee 7:04
In the Air Tonight by Phil Collins Rhode Island 7:39
Drivin My Life Away by Eddie Rabbitt New York City 2:56
Chest Fever The Band Indiana 5:10
Nags Head by Holly (Holly Kicking Dust) 3:14
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad - Dom Flemons W.Virg. 2:36
Carolina In The Pines by Alison Brown Virginia/N. Carolina 4:55
Route 66 - Nelson Riddle and Route 66 with Billy Connolly 4:22
These two videos share an identical opening scene. East Kansas ("Kansas") is slightly different from West Kansas - and should be viewed using the 360 view. Where as West Kansas ("Marathon") you have a single view to make the "flat" statement, especially at the end.
Dust in the Wind - Kansas (actually in) Kansas 3:25
Theme from Rogers and Hammerstein's OKLAHOMA 3:20
Marathon - RUSH 6:09
Dances with Wolves Medley by John Barry 8:46
Comfortably Numb by Jamie Dupuis 5:11
Not everything about the central states is long and dragged out. Oklahoma being no exception, it has a very sober memorial. When Billy Connolly passed through OK City in his Route 66 series, there was a very reflective scene, where he visited the OK City Memorial. Here is a link to that video. https://youtu.be/d1QxN7hdQ5Q?t=2460
AND the Music they selected at the end was VERY fitting. So much so that I used the same piece of music uninterrupted in my Route 66 Cross Country Video shown above. This video on the right, is a teaser for his special, followed by the one scene from my video.