Sunday, May 29, 2016

Memorial Day Anti-War Hangover

The Sunday Morning Hangover annual Memorial Day Program, including why we celebrate , songs about war and peace, and reflections on the USA's obsession with War.
Listen Here:
10:06AM Evolution Control Committee “Star Spangled Banner” from All Rights Reserved (Other, 2011)

10:07AM Brian Wilson “Love and Mercy” from Brian Wilson (Digital (laptop, mp3 player, et, Album, Private)

10:07AM The Free Design “Make the Madness Stop” from Kites Are Fun (2008) on Light In the Attic (USA)

10:07AM The Nice “America (2nd Amendment) [Original]” from The Immediate Years on Charly Records

10:10AM Dionne Warwick “Windows of the World” from BEST (CD, Album, Private)

10:24AM The Byrds “Draft Morning” from The Notorious Byrd Brothers (1968) on Columbia/Legacy (, Europe)

10:24AM Wilco “War on War” from Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (Digital (laptop, mp3 player, et, Album, Country, 2002) on Nonesuch/WBR

10:25AM Budapest Symphony Orchestra “Ride of the Valkyries” from Watchmen (Music from the Motion Picture) on Reprise

10:26AM Herve Villechez “Why Do We Have To Fight?” from 45

10:36AM Donovan “To Susan on the West Coast Waiting” from Donovan's Greatest Hits (CD, Album, Private, 1966) on Epic (US)

10:40AM Johnny Cash “What is Truth?” from Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits (1987) on Columbia (UK Limited)

10:42AM Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass “america” from Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass - Spanish Harlem and Other Delights on NFM

10:43AM Plastic Ono Band “Give Peace a Chance” from Remember Love (Laptop)

10:50AM The Idle Race “(Don't Put Your Boys in the Army) Mrs. Ward” from The Birthday Party on Rhino (, US)

10:52AM Jethro Tull “Bungle in the Jungle” from War Child (Bonus Track Version) on Parlophone UK (US)

10:56AM The Firesign Theatre “We're Bringing the War back Home” from How Can You Be In Two Places At Once... (CD, Album, Private, 1969) on Columbia (UK Limited)

11:02AM Leonard Nimoy “A Visit To A Sad Planet” from Spaced Out - The Best of Leonard Nimoy & William Shatner (CD, Album, Private, 1969) on Geffen (, USA)

11:07AM Randy Newman “Political Science” from Sail Away [Bonas Tracks]

11:09AM Captain Lockheed and the Starfighters “The Aerospaceage Inferno” from Captain Lockheed and the Starfighters

11:13AM The Psychedelic Furs “Here Come Cowboys” from Mirror Moves (Vinyl, Album, Private, 1984) on CBS Inc.

11:15AM Captain Sensible “Glad It's All Over” from Power of Love (1983) on A&M (UK)

11:23AM The Kinks “Mr Churchill Says (Stereo Version)” from Arthur (Deluxe Edition) (1969) on Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (US)

11:34AM Victor Lundberg “An Open Letter to My Teenage Son” from An Open Letter to my Teenage Son

11:34AM Creedence Clearwater Revival “Fortunate Son” from Willie and the Poor Boys (1969) on Catalogue Marketing

11:39AM The Rolling Stones “Street Fighting Man” from Beggars Banquet (Vinyl, Album, Private, 1968) on Decca (, UK)

11:45AM XTC “Melt the Guns” from English Settlement (CD, Album, Private, 1982) on Caroline Records

11:46AM The Red Krayola w/The Familiar Ugly “War Sucks” from The Parable of Arable Land (1967) on international artists

11:51AM Edwin Starr “War (Single Version)” from Motown Legends: War - Twenty-Five Miles on Motown (, US)

11:53AM Gil Scott Heron “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” from Pieces of a Man (Vinyl)

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