This is the video link from youtube that I played in class the other day. You'll find loads of others on Youtube. This one is interesting because you can really hear how his prose was designed to be read aloud; his voice, the rhythm and the intonation he uses almost make him sound like a jazz instrument!
Listen to the speed at which he is reading; it's not too fast. Listen also for the strong syllables, how it creates a beat.
This should be starting point of our "On The Road Reading" oral project.
Here are some videos to train yourself to read the text aloud; decide which best corresponds to the mood of the passage. For a more reflexive scene with little action you might prefer a slower soundtrack but for a more "active" scene with more people involved you want something faster. Here are the soundtracks you will be reading along to :