PopOff #18 – The Sound Of Protest

Sometimes when things get out of hand in your country the most patriotic thing one can do is protest. And it is no surprise that when it comes to protesting, musicians have something to say! So for my annual 4th of July mix it is a vertical tasting of protest in music. And as is tradition 50 songs for 50 Sates… though this year may go SLIGHTLY longer because that’s the mood I am in.

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SET LIST:

1. Bob Dylan – Masters Of War
2. Trini Lopez – If Had A Hammer
3. Universal Soldier – Buffy Saint Marie
4. Barry McGuire – Eve Of Destruction
5. Buffalo Springfield – For What It’s Worth
6. The Youngbloods – Get Together
7. James Brown – Say It Loud, (I’m Black And I’m Proud)
8. Merle Haggard – Fightin’ Side Of Me
9. CCR – Fortunate Son
10. 5 Man Electrical Band – Signs
11. Helen Reddy – I Am Woman
12. Alice Cooper – Elected
13. Bob Marley and the Wailers – Get Up, Stand Up
14. Stevie Wonder (feat. The Jackson 5) – You Haven’t Done Nothing
15. The Isley Brothers – Fight The Power
16. AC/DC – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
17. Sex Pistols –God Save The Queen
18. Tom Robinson Band – Glad to Be Gay
19. Pink Floyd – Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 2
20. Judas Priest – Breaking The Law
21. Dead Kennedys – Holiday In Cambodia/Nazi Punks Fuck Off!
22. The Clash – Know Your Rights
23. Don Henley – Dirty Laundry
24. Bruce Springsteen – Born In The USA
25. John Cougar Mellencamp – Rain On The Scarecrow
26. Bruce Hornsby and the Range – The Way It It Is
27. KRS One & Boogie Down Productions – Stop The Violence
28. N.W.A. – Fuck Da Police
29. Phil Collins – Another Day Is Paradise
30. Public Enemy – Fight The Power
31. Arrested Development – Mr. Wendal
32. Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name
33. Bikini Kill – Rebel Girl
34. Live – White Discussion
35. TLC – Waterfall
36. Madonna – Human Nature
37. 2Pac – Changes
38. Manic Street Preachers – If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next
39. Ani Defranco – To The Teeth
40. Alan Jackson – Where Were You (The Day The World Stopped Turning)
41. Dixie Chicks – Not Ready To Make Nice
42. Golgol Bordello – Immigraniada (We’re Comin’ Rougher)
43. Wilbert Harrison – Let’s Work Together (Pts. 1 & 2)
44. Jackie DeShannon – What The World Needs Now Is Love
45. Marcia Griffiths – Put A Little Love In Your Heart
46. Sly and the Family Stone – Everyday People
47. Tina and Ike – Workin’ Together
48. The Staples Singers – If You’re Ready Come Go With Me
49. Robert Palmer – Every Kinda People
50. David Bowie – Heroes
51. Elvis Costello – (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love, And Understanding
52. Twisted Sister – We’re Not Gonna Take It
53. Patti Smith – People Have The Power
54. Cher – Love And Understanding
55. Garth Brooks – We Shall Be Free
56. Seal – Get It Together
57. Joan Osborne – Why Can’t We Live Together
58. Lee Ann Womack – Same Kind Of Different
59. Allen Toussaint – Yes We Can Can
60. Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings –This Land Is Your Land

BONUS BEATS:
The Staple Singers – Freedom Highway

FAVORITES OF SET
Lee Ann Womack – Same Kind Of Different
Alice Cooper – Elected
Alan Jackson – Where Were You (The Day The World Stopped Turning)

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