“If I can’t dance – I don’t want to be part of your revolution”

(Article 2 in the #AMERICANREVOLUTION series, image found here)

A few Tunes to mark this special occasion, the next #AMERICANREVOLUTION…

Steve Earle – The Revolution Starts Now

Tracy Chapman- Talking about revolution (Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute, 1988)

NINA SIMONE – Revolution (1969)

“Times are changing” – Bob Dylan

John Lennon – Imagine

Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name – 1993

Jim Page – Didn’t We (Re N30 and the shutting down of the WTO in Seattle)

Bob Marley War

faithless weapons of mass destruction

Le Tigre – New Kicks (Marking F15, Feb 15th and the global day of action against the war in Iraq)

Sepultura – Refuse/Resist

This Is What Democracy Looks Like (Madison, Wisconsin. Saturday February 19, 2011)

(Emma Goldman was a Lithuanian born American International anarchist who conducted leftist activities in the United States from about 1890 to 1917. 1869-1940. Infos at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Goldman vid of her at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTCMcO4WTjE )

13 Responses to “If I can’t dance – I don’t want to be part of your revolution”

  1. Cityjet says:

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  3. fuspey says:

    Occupy Dame Street: Day Thirteen – jinx lennon

  4. fuspey says:

    Jinx Lennon – Occupy Dame Street: Day Thirteen

  5. fuspey says:

    We Are The Many – Makana

    Makana is a popular Hawaiian singer who used his performance at a dinner of world leaders hosted by President Barack Obama to voice his support for the ‘Occupy’ movement.

    Makana was enlisted to play a luau, or Hawaiian feast, for members of the Pacific Rim who had gathered in Obama’s birthplace Honolulu for an annual summit formulating plans for a Pacific free-trade pact.

    During the meal on the resort strip Waikiki Beach, he proudly pulled open his jacket to reveal a T-shirt which read ‘Occupy with Aloha’ – using the Hawaiian word whose include love and peace.
    He went on to sing a 45-minute version of his new song We Are The Many …

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