You’re Going To Want This USA Song Map From Dorothy

New from the fantastic Dorothy prints, products and artwork company: USA Song Map, made up entirely from the titles of over 1,000 songs.

This vintage styled map will take you on a musical journey around the U.S. via the titles of songs that reference states, cities, rivers, mountains and landmarks.

Featuring classics like Autumn in New York (Billie Holiday), Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd), Georgia On My Mind (Ray Charles), California Girls (The Beach Boys), New York, New York (Frank Sinatra), LA Woman (The Doors), Bloodbuzz Ohio (The National), Birmingham Sunday (Joan Baez), Streets of Philadelphia (Bruce Springsteen), Fake Tales of San Francisco (Arctic Monkeys), Union City Blue (Blondie), Straight Outta Compton (N.W.A), Paisley Park (Prince), Graceland (Paul Simon), Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash), River Deep Mountain High (Ike and Tina Turner), Under the Bridge (Red Hot Chilli Peppers), Empire State of Mind (Jay-Z and Alicia Keys), Wichita Lineman (Glen Campbell) and Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan).

Some of our favourite song choices are the ones which require you to think a little harder about connections, such as Space Oddity (David Bowie) which signposts Cape Canaveral, After the Gold Rush (Neil Young) which references Sutter’s Mill, and Homecoming (Kanye West) which is placed near the rapper’s home town of Chicago.

Follow their USA Song Map playlist on Spotify – at over 900 tracks long, it offers a mere 61 hours worth of entertainment for your ears.