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Thursday, April 23, 2015

MA-34 - New Clear Music


More songs of anxiety and insight (maybe) about atoms and their use.



1 -    This Cold War With You  Floyd Tillman   1949
2 - Bert the Turtle (The Duck and Cover Song)     Dick “Two Ton” Baker        1953
3 -   Fujiyama Mama    Annisteen Allen        1955
4 - Monkey Business    Eddie Hill 1959
5 - Thumbnail Sketch of Atomic Energy    Tom Glazer and Dottie Evans 1959
6 - Dig Myself a Hole    Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup 1962
7 - Masters of War Staple Singers 1964
8 - The Protest Singer Don Hinson 1966
9 - The Cave Johnny Paycheck 1967
10 - The Year 2000 Estelle 1968
11 - Bombers   David Bowie  1971
12 - Hiroshima Wishful Thinking 1972
13 - 'A' Bomb in Wardour Street The Jam 1978
14 - Atomic Punk    Van Halen 1978
15 - D Day    BusBoys 1980
16 - MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction) Gillan 1981
17 - Don't Go Down to the Fallout Shelter Tom Fenton and Ice Nine 1981
18 - Hiroshima Nagasaki Russian Roulette Moving Hearts 1982
19 - Drop The Bomb Trouble Funk 1982
20 - Grey Victory 10,000 Maniacs 1983
21 - Dig a Hole in the Ground Fred Small 1984
22 - The Cat Came Back The Stomachmouths 1986
23 - Waiting for the Bomb to Go Off    K9000 2003
24 - We Will Become Silhouettes The Postal Service 2005


There are some great songs here, especially Track 10, "The Year 2000," and Number Eighteen, The BusBoys' unforgettable "D Day."  And the cover art is from a package of firecrackers.







2 comments:

  1. Hi DoomsterJohn, why upload? The link is still perfectly fine.

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