Follow the directions, and all the answers will contain some version of the word "north."
1. Song from Bob Dylan's The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan album that borrows a bit from "Scarborough Fair"
2. "It doesn't really matter what chords I play, what words I say or time of day it is, as it's..."
3. Van Morrison, James Galway, and Stiff Little Fingers are all associated with this part of the United Kingdom.
4. One of the many groups associated with the Wu-Tang Clan, they released West Coast Killa Beez in 2005.
5. Composer of "Unchained Melody" and film scores to "Spartacus" and "Cleopatra"
6. "If the sky above you should turn dark and full of clouds and" this happens, "keep your head together and call my name out loud"
7. A 1960 hit for Johnny Horton
8. Stan Rogers' song about Canadian explorers
9. Railroad line mentioned in the Grateful Dead's "Jack Straw"
10. Comedy album by Dave Thomas and Rick Moranis, in character as Bob and Doug McKenzie
11. Term that describes 60s soul music more popular in England than in the United States
12. Where "Honey Pie" was originally from
13. One-off group of Canadian singers who recorded the charity record "Tears Are Not Enough" in 1985
14. 1986 hit by Dream Academy; a tribute to Nick Drake
15. "I wish I was a headlight, on..."
16. A 2003 album by Elvis Costello
17. The White Stripes' first live album, from 2010
Bonus: James Taylor's father was Dean of the Medical School at this university