-“New South Wales,” The Town Pants: This song is a traditional Irish song done with a rock flair. It has been performed by the likes of Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem, among several others.
-“The South Wind,” The Hit Crew: This song is a traditional Irish song. It was written in the 1700s and is about missing Ireland. It has been performed by many artists, including the Chieftans.
-“Down South Camp Meeting,” BBC Big Band Orchestra: This song is a big band song. It was originally done by the Benny Goodman Orchestra and has been done by several other artists.
-“Take Me Home Country Roads,” John Denver: This song was released in 1971 on John Denver’s breakout album. It has since been covered by bands such as Re-Creation. It is one of John Denver’s most popular songs.
“Carolina in My Mind,” James Taylor: This song was released in 1968 on James Taylor’s debut album. It is a song about homesickness, longing for the place he loves. It has become anthems for several organizations in the Carolinas.
(Response to https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/south/)