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20/04/2018: "Rock The Casbah" by The Clash

I will generally try to keep politics out of this blog. It can be incendiary, alienating people needlessly when all I’m trying to do is promote my favourite music. 258 more words


Top five tunes: Billy Bragg

Singer/songwriter is the theme of today’s community-built, collaborative music post party, affectionately titled, “Your song”. (You can check out all the other posts by my fellow fantastic bloggers at “Living a beautiful life”, our host’s page… 1,567 more words


The Revolution Choir Performs About Intersectionality at Open Signal Media

Performing on live TV at Open Signal Media, The Revolution Choir was inspired to sing their song about intersectionality titled Crenshaw. Kimberly Crenshaw coined the term Intersectionality and The Revolution Choir understands how important of a topic it is and wanted to sing about it. 57 more words

Political Songs

Song of the Day: Marvin Gaye, "What's Happening Brother"

“What’s Happening Brother,” from What’s Going On (1971) is our song of the day.

Song Of The Day

Everybody knows - Leonard Cohen

Everybody Knows

Leonard Cohen

Everybody knows that the dice are loaded
Everybody rolls with their fingers crossed
Everybody knows the war is over
Everybody knows the good guys lost… 344 more words


Where Are All Of The Great New Political Protest Songs?

Lately I’ve been listening to my iPod playlist of protest songs.  It features a lot of music from Bob Dylan and Rage Against The Machine, of course, as well as some great songs like CSNY’s… 348 more words


Funk & Disco Pops Of 1977: 'Bridges' by Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson

Gil Scott-Heron released this album at a very key time for his particular creative bent. This came out during the beginning of the disco era and for many, outside the influence of the Philly sound, there just didn’t seem to be too much room for complex sociological dialog in the music. 489 more words