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  1. Watch the video for (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 from The Rolling Stones's The Rolling Stones for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  2. Watch the video for (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 from Nat King Cole's The Unforgettable Nat King Cole for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Get Your Kicks On Route 66 on Discogs/5(5).
  4. Dec 12,  · The first, Route 66 Roadside Signs and Advertisements, is written by Joe Sonderman, with photography by Sonderman and Jim Hinckley. It was issued by Voyageur Press in If you remember traveling on Route 66 — or even just getting your kicks by watching the early ’s Route 66 TV show starring Martin Milner — you will love this book.
  5. The song (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 was written by Bobby Troup and was first recorded and released by The King Cole Trio in It was covered by Tedi Marsh, Richard Simon featuring Sam Most and Al Viola, Ralph Napolitano, Piano Dreamers and other artists.
  6. May 30,  · Get Your Kicks: The Famous Route 66 Song. Posted May 30, in Blog Posts. One of the most popular road songs ever written, and a prime force behind the international popularity of Route 66, “Get Your Kicks on Route 66” was penned by jazz musician Bobby Troup in while he was driving west to seek fame and fortune in Los consistently credited his former wife .
  7. Jun 27,  · With a small clip at the end, of Bobby Troupe, the composer of "Route " I couldn't find the original files for this so I couldn't correct the mistaken attribution to "Concrete Blonde" and just.
  8. Route 66 Lyrics: Well if you ever plan to motor west / Just take my way, that's the highway that's the best / Get your kicks on Route 66 / Well it winds from Chicago to L.A / More than miles.
  9. "Get Your Kicks on) Route 66" is a popular rhythm and blues standard, composed in by American songwriter Bobby Troup. The song uses a twelve-bar blues arrangement and the lyrics follow the path of U.S. Route 66 (US 66), which traversed the western two-thirds of the U.S. from Chicago, Illinois, to Los Angeles, California.. Nat King Cole, with the King Cole Trio, first recorded the song the.

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