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    This article was written on 14 Dec 2018, and is filled under 1970s, Folk, Good Music, Rock, Rockabilly.

    Groove On The Wireless 239 – Songs for Alan

    Yesterday I buried a friend, an inspirational man who I was lucky enough to call a friend.  Crucially he was not only a class warrior, but he was an organiser and and a proud anarchist, so his dream for a new world lives on.  Like Joe Hill he will never die, because  that vision cannot be killed, we will carry on in the struggle to make that world anew, because neither us nor the planet deserve anything less.

    Alan Mac Simóin May he Riot in Peace

    Photo by Donal Higgins


    1. Utah Phillips – IWW preamble
    2. Theater company for The Borstal boy – The Laughing Boy –
    3. The Dubliners  – Free the People
    4. Little Richard – Rip it up
    5.  The Rolling Stones – Street Fighting Man
    6. Gene Vincent – Crazy Beat
    7. Joan Jett – Bad Reputation
    8. Pete Seeger – Casey Jones
    9. Howard Zinn – Are you an Anarchist (The Case of Sacco & Vanzetti- excerpt)
    10. Woody Guthrie – This Land is Your Land
    11. Curtis Mayfield – Power to the People
    12. Kris Krisoffersson – Me and Bobby McGhee
    13. Hawkwind – Silver Machine
    14. Led Zeppelin – Immigrant Song
    15. The Rolling Stones – Tumbling Dice
    16. Motorhead – Ace of Spades
    17. Luke Kelly – for what died the sons of Roisín
    18. T.Rex – Children of the Revolution
    19. Thin Lizzy – Rocker
    20. Pink Floyd – Wish you were here
    21. The Dubliners – Joe Hill
    22. Yves Montand – Bella Ciao

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