iVoryTowerz Radio: Dedications & Accusations

Don't be deceived by the graphic that accompanies this podcast. There are no songs performed by The Beatles on the underground podcast this week, although there's an interesting Beatles cover song. Instead, this is another in a series of recent podcasts that freely mixes music with political commentary. And so the graphic properly reflects that mix and some of the content of the dedications and accusations you'll hear on this program. But don't despair. There's plenty of rock to fuel our righteous anger. The usual eclectic mix is here, covering more than 45 years of modern sounds, including: pop, country, new wave, alternative, heavy metal and straight ahead rock. So cue this one up as you practice your fist salute, and shout: "Rock on!"

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“Would I Lie to You” by The Eurythmics
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “My Apocalypse” by Metallica
"Shake Your Moneymaker" by Jimmy Page & the Black Crowes
“Money (That's What I Want)" by The Flamin' Groovies
"Money, Honey" by Ry Cooder
“She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft)” by Jerry Reed
"Big Bad John" by Jimmy Dean
"Working in the Coal Mine” by Devo
"Red Hill Mining Town" by U2
Jeff’s New Wave: “My Generation” by Patti Smith
"Dear Prudence" by Siouxsie & the Banshees
“Why Do You Let Me Stay Here?” by She & Him (request)
“A Cheap and Evil Girl" by Bree Sharp
Cover Me: "When a Man Loves a Woman" by Karen Dalton
"Bleecker and McDougal" by Fred Neil
"Katie' Been Gone" by The Band

(Mp3 Runs - 1:21:12; 75 MB.) Program contains explicit lyrics.

(Musically inspired political graphic © copyright DarkBlack and used with permission. For more material like this, please see DarkBlack's blog.)

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