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For those who feel the war on terrorism
could use a little "Structural Adjustment".

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Tuesday, June 03, 2003


I forgot to mention one of my current favorites:

10.) Lumumba -- Sing with the Birds

While we're away, (and congrats to Bran for his weekend activities), here is a Node Of Evil Recommended Listening List:

1.) Impeach The President -- The Honeydrippers (the beat was sampled by Nas for "I Can", along with a zillion other hiphop songs)

2.) The Revolution Will Not Be Televised -- Gil Scott-Heron

3.) anything else by Gil Scott-Heron (I recommend "The Bottle", "No Knock", "Whitey On The Moon")

3.) I Can -- Nas (the third verse about Africa specifically)

4.) anything by the Last Poets

5.) I Can Understand -- The New Birth

6.) Chain of Fools -- The Flamingo Group (if you can find their version)

7.) Lupita -- Nico Gomez and his Afro-Latin Percussion Ensemble

8.) It's A Shame -- the Spinners

9.) Texas Flood -- Stevie Ray Vaughn

Not all those songs are political, we leave the detection of a theme as an exercise to the reader.

Andrew 9:48 AM : |


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