California Soundtrack Review – The New York Times

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“Calebrate” by California Breeze (2019)

“A nice, easy-to-listen song that always makes me think of driving through Southern California in the summer with the windows lowered.” – Tierra Terrell, San Diego

“California Blood” by John Stewart (1969)

“I spent the summer of the Watergate hearing in Tulare, ending a long relationship. During the day, I hide from the Central Valley heat, watching the hearings; At night, I drink cheap red wine and watch trucks roll down I-95, not far from my apartment window. Stewart’s poignant anthems are soothing to my soul. “- Kirsten Lagatree, Woodland Park, NJ

“California” by Lagoons (2017)

“When I moved to San Francisco in August 2018, this was the song I played while driving across the state road. This song evokes the perfect combination of joy and relaxation to ease my nerves for my solo cross-country travel. ” – Emily Nurminen, San Francisco

“Beautiful girl from San Diego” by Avett Brothers (2007)

“It was the song of the summer in San Diego in 2007 or so. It’s about ending a relationship before it goes bad, when you can still appreciate each other. It’s upbeat and has a free spirit, a very Californian feel and message: Be yourself, love fiercely while you can, and growth/change is a part of life – no emotions. difficult feeling. “- Sarah Machado, San Diego

“San Franciscan Night” by Eric Burdon & the Animals (1967)

“There’s something hilarious about a song about ‘warm’ nights in San Franciscan. It’s been a few years since I’ve lived in San Francisco, but for me, the song evokes the specific nighttime energy that San Francisco has. Plus, if you’re lucky enough to be on a warm night in San Franciscan, you’re sure to write a song about it, too. “- Sean Fisher, New Orleans

“California” by John Mayall (1969)

“Do you want to be put in a top-down convertible flying over PCH south of Big Sur? Yes? Of course?”

Then elevate this 9-minute classic from John Mayall’s album ‘The Turning Point’, transcending the tasteless vocals and mingling with native son Johnny Almond on sax and flute. Ahhh”- Thomas F. Cushing, Napa California Soundtrack Review – The New York Times

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