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Here's an interesting tune from Nat's 1970 "Country Fever" album that is worth a listen. Since I hadn't heard it before myself, I figured it'd be worth sharing!
Fresh out of the ELAM music college, RASiDA came down to Vol. 108 to wow us with her insanely piano skills and modern soul voice. She duly succeeded! Live from Salon Noir - https://www.facebook.com/livefromsalonnoir/ RASiDA - https://www.facebook.com/imrasida/
The song Final Straw by R.E.M. is a protest song, now put in a new context in the era of Trump.
Ode to Bob Dylan
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Hugh Laurie does a hilarious protest song in this funny video from BBC comedy sketch show 'A Bit of Fry and Laurie'. Subscribe to Comedy Greats for more hilarious videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BBCComedyGreats
Collegians everywhere are asking tough questions: Why is our tuition so high? Where are our jobs? Can't you see your words hurt me, you dumb piece of sh*t? Approximately 2 minutes. Written and performed by Remy. Video and graphics by Austin Bragg. Music tracks by Ben Karlstrom. Go to https://reason.com/reasontv/2015/12/22/remy-students-united for downloadable versions and subscribe to ReasonTV's YouTube Channel to receive notifications when new material goes live. LYRICS: We're the students united and nothing can tamp us! we're taking our message to all parts of campus! The administration's who we're trying to find we want to know why our tuition's so high! So we check the yoga studio–they're not there The coffee shop, ice cream machine, everywhere the sauna, the climbing wall, pool, the high dive we want to know why our tuition's so high! We're the students united, we won't be divided we'll get what we want oh and don't try to fight it Our SAT / ACT scores are sublime but there still are some answers we struggle to find We're protesting privilege, we're marching the streets with the golf and the dance and equestrian teams We need a safe space from the intolerant can't you see your words hurt me you dumb piece of shit? We're the students united, we won't be divided we'll get what we want oh and don't try to fight it Our SAT / ACT scores are sublime but there still are some answers we struggle to find We're chanting with vigor, we're chanting with rage We won't accept less than a good living wage at a job interview we told them how we felt but the last thing we heard they went with someone else We're the students united, we won't be divided we'll get what we want oh and don't try to fight it Our SAT / ACT scores are sublime but there still are some answers we struggle to find yes there still are some answers we struggle to find
Neil Innes sings a protest song for a spoof of The Old Grey Whistle Test, on BBC's Rutland Weekend Television, that originally followed a sketch by the Fabulous Bingo Brothers. Neil Innes was associated with, and Eric Idle part of, the earlier Monty Python's Flying Circus before formulating the now cult Rutland Weekend Television, that featured the Beatles spoof 'The Rutles.'