01 November, 2010

And the bands played on...

Currently: Procrastinating on some program evaluation work
Listening to: Radiohead, Coltrane, Britten's Cello Suite #3
Still loving and rewatching and quoting...: Sherlock
Reading up on: scary cuts in the UK

Something tells me this election night won't be near as fun as 2008, if for no other reason than I won't be chowing on oxtails with the great folks at Pritchard's in Lake Worth.
Yes, everything goes a wee bit better with music. Even make-you-crazy things like elections. The band on the Titanic didn't keep on for nothing, yeah?
Top of my head here, but did have to edit a bit since most of my playlists end up sprawling things that only I can see as relating to the theme. It may get updated as the day goes on...
I would love it if those of you out there in the ether would add your own tunes in the comments.


Electioneering by Radiohead
Beautiful Struggle by Talib Kweli
Love Me, I'm a Liberal by Ochs/covered by Jello Biafra
Democracy by Leonard Cohen
We Love Your Apathy by Skunk Anansie
Lawyers, Guns and Money by Warren Zevon
2+2=5 by Radiohead
Yes, It's Fucking Political by Skunk Anansie
Dad's Gonna Kill Me by Richard Thompson (Supposedly we're fighting at least two wars. Who knew?)
You Hate Me & I Hate You by GG Allin
Pretty Vacant by the Sex Pistols
Paranoia Key of E by Lou Reed
Who Invited You? by The Donnas
Mr. Bad Example by Warren Zevon
None of Us Are Free by Solomon Burke (R.I.P.)
Hard Times Come Again No More by S. Foster/covered by Nanci Griffith
Headless Heroes by Eugene McDaniels
Intervention by Arcade Fire
Monkey Island by 13th Floor Elevators
The Pill by Loretta Lynn (because lots of scary people still think they deserve a say in what a woman does with her body)
You Ain't Been Doin' Nothing if You Ain't Been Called a Red (and old IWW song)
Rednecks by Randy Newman (Post-racial? No. Not even close.)
Christ for President by W. Guthrie/covered by Billy Bragg & Wilco
This Land is Your Land by Woody Guthrie (or just about any of his other songs)
People Have the Power by Patti Smith
Peace/سلام

1 comment:

lkthomps said...

The Big Rock Candy Mountains by Harry McClintock