Labor Songs


Encore Episode originally aired October 24, 2008, We talk with 92-year-old Julius Margolin. Margolin has been active in the labor movement since the days of the CIO. Working people never won anything without struggle.. July 27, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 14 we play music from labor singer Julus Margolin. We play “Don’t Let Age Get You Down”, “Pedestrians’s Lament”, “Heartbreak Nightlife”, “Respect Construction Workers” and “Grains of Sand” July 14, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here 

On the Brain Labor Report for july 8, 2009 we are entertained by singer/songwriter Jason Luckett who is a member of the SING OUT FOR SINGLE PAYER ROAD SHOW, traveling from border to border bringing attention to health care’s corporate greed and the need for a single payer system.July 8, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 2, 2009 we discuss the Bus Project which offers college aged students a boot camp for learning about political organizing, public policy and campaign strategies.July 2, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 1, 2009 we play David Rovics’ “After The Revolution” and “Occupation”. Anne Feeney sings “War on the Workers” and “Have You Been To Jail for Justice”July 1, 2009 >>> Listen or Download here 

On the Brain Labor Report for June 12 we interview social justice songwriter Patrick Dodd and his wife Mary. We discuss independent media, Woody Guthrie and single payer healthcare.

June 12, 2009 >>> Listen Here

On the Brain Labor Report for May 29 we talk with Pat Humphries and Sandy O of Emma’s Revolution.

May 29, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here

On the Brain Labor Report for May 27, 2009 we play labor music and preview upcoming topics and guests. We play “Healthcare as a military campaign” by Bill Lawson, “Gonna take us all” by Jon Fromer, “All we want is the truth” by Dennis Kyne and “War on the Workers” by Anne Feeney.

May 27, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here

On the Brain Labor Report for May 26, 2009 we play labor music “War on the Workers” by Anne Feeney, “Hard, Ain’t it Hard” and “Car Song” by Woody Guthrie, “I’m chipping away at this war” by George Mann and “Train” by Broadway Phil and the Shouters.May 26, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here

On the Brain Labor Report for May 21 we play labor music by George and Julius, Anne Feeney and Dave Lippman.

May 21, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here

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