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Jun 29, 2013

Protest Songs Part 5


 
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Volume five of the protest songs series. This week: What happens next?
  1. Challenge And Battle    Harry Betts    Black Mama, White Mama    1972   
  2. I Started Something I Couldn't Finish    The Smiths    Strangeways, Here We Come    1987    EMI
  3. Bitters End    Roxy Music    Roxy Music    1972    Island
  4. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue    Them    Them Again    1966    Decca
  5. Silence Of The Morning    The Glass Sun    7"    1971    Sin
  6. Becalmed    Brian Eno    Another Green World    1975    Island
  7. It's All Gone Quiet    The Week That Was    The Week That Was    2008    Memphis Industries
  8. Still As Stone    The Alan Bown!    Legend Of A Mind    2002    Decca
  9. Emptiness Inside    My Bloody Valentine    Feed Me With Your Kiss    1988    Creation
  10. Our Past Life    Wipers    Over The Edge    1983    Brain Eater
  11. Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening    Soft Machine    Volume Two    1968    ABC/Probe
  12. This Angry Silence    Television Personalities    And Don't the Kids Just Love I    1981    Rough Trade
  13. Losers Weepers, Pt. 1    Etta James    The Essential Etta James Disc 2    1993    vtwin88cube
  14. Winning a Battle, Losing the War    Minizza           
  15. Afterwards    Van der Graaf Generator    The Aerosol Grey Machine    1969    Phillips
  16. New Day Rising    Husker Du    New Day Rising    1985    SST
 

2 comments:

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christopher m. johns

christopher

m. johns

m johns said...

Thank you so much for sharing.christophermjohns.me is a good web site.Much of my current work is devoted to studying T Tauri stars;
which are low mass, young stars that have only recently emerged from their natal molecular cloud cores to become optically visible.
Many members of this group show a host of unusual features which appear to be related in one way or another to the fact that they are surrounded by active accretion disks.
These are the Classical T Tauri stars, and their circumstellar accretion disks are sites where planetary systems are currently forming.

christopher m. johns

christopher

m. johns