Aparisim Ghosh: I never leave home without The Best of Daler Mehndi, a compilation of uptempo bhangra standards by India's best-selling pop act. It's Punjabi dance music at its best. I've made Mehndi fans out of cab drivers in Jenin, Gaza, Amman and Baghdad.
Alex Perry: Perhaps the best number was: Why Can't We Be Friends? by War, which photographer Bob Nickelsberg and I (and our taxi driver) sang along with (rather tunelessly) as we finally headed out of Baghdad for Amman.
Simon Robinson: One of my most vivid memories is singing Three Dog Night's Joy to the World with the U.S. Marines in the Amtrac I was traveling in during the terrible sandstorm that hit on Day Four. Later that night, huddled in the vehicle, I discovered I could sing at the top of my lungs, so sing I did; in particular, Throw Your Arms Around Me by Australian band Hunters and Collectors.