EARTH Day - Joni Mitchell, Pete Seeger, Neil Young, Peter Gabriel, Marvin Gaye
Original air date April 22, 2017 | Time 59:00
The first Earth Day was in 1970! Joni Mitchell "Big Yellow Taxi" from "Ladies of the Canyon" 1970; Cat Stevens "Where Do the Children Play" from "Tea for the Tillerman" 1970; Pete Seeger and Jeff Haynes "To My old Brown Earth" by Pete Seeger from "The Storm King" 2013; The Beatles "Mother Nature's Son" 1968; James Taylor "Before This World" 2016; Neil Young "Indian Givers" from "Peace Trail" 2016; Neil Young & Crazy Horse "This land is your land" and "Mother Earth" 1990; The Police "Walking In Your Footsteps (Live)" by Sting 2008; Peter Gabriel "Down to the Earth" from "Wall-E"; Marvin Gaye "Mercy, Mercy Me (The Ecology)" by Gaye from "What's Going On" 1971
Ed Sheeran DIVIDE
Original air date April 15, 2017 | Time 59:00
Ed Sheeran's new album was released in Jan 2017 and two songs have topped the Billboard 100 for weeks "Shape of You" and Castle on the Hill". We hear two musicians from Ed's new record label gingerman Records, Jamie Lawson and Foy Vance. Ed is a red-headed Irish man and is 26 yrs old.
Chuck Berry Is Rock n Roll: Rolling Stones, Beatles, Elvis
Original air date April 1, 2017 | Time 59:00
Born in St Louis MO, Chuck was 90 yrs old when he passed away at his home in March 2017, only 10 miles from the city where he was born. We hear the British musicians who were infatuated with American rock from the 50's - The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and recordings by Elvis Presley. Chuck Berry was inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame when it opened in 1986 and was honored for taking the lead guitar lines of Country Western and fitting them into a R&B song, creating the sound and performance energy of Rock n Roll.
Music and Poetry of Ireland: Van Morrison, U2
Original air date March 18, 2017 | Time 59:00
"The Streets of Arklow", a city on the east coast of Ireland, by Van Morrison from "Veedon Fleece" 1974.
Willaim Butler Yeats was born in Ireland in 1985 and we hear two of his poems set to music: Judy Collins "Isle of Innisfree" composed by William Butler Yeats, Hamilton Camp from "LIVING" in 1971; Joni Mitchell "Slouching Towards Bethlehem" from "Night Ride Home" 1991.
Van Morrison was born in Belfast Ireland: "Pagan Heart"from "Born to Sing, No Plan B" 2012; "Into the Mystic" from "Moondance" 1970; "Going Down to Bangor" from "Keep Me Singing" 2016.
U2 is from Dublin, lead singer Bono was born there in 1960, we hear "Sunday Bloody Sunday" from LIVE in Germany 1983 and then from the recent 2014 Songs of Innocence "The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)" and "Iris" a song dedicated to his mother.
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