Sound & Groove: "Mother Of Violence" Part 1
This is the 3rd official podcast episode of 2018 here on the Sound & Groove Podcast. It's a bit overdue but no need to worry, as I've pledged another 3 episodes yet to come throughout this calendar year. This is the 1st in a 2-part theme on songs about the darker side of our nature, ie violence. So get ready for songs of murder, deceit, disgrace, riot, mayhem and general anarchy muhahaha. Oh, but also a treasure trove of delicious music to sink your teeth into.
And if you haven't been keeping up with S&G on Music of Evan's Mind and/or its home at www.notthepublicbroadcaster.com, here's the breakdown: Every month there will be a theme that the selection of music is centred around. It will be jam-packed with my analysis, synopses, anecdotes and other witticisms you might enjoy while I play edited-down versions of each tune. And not to worry, because each month will contain a different theme than the last. Got it? Get it? Good. Happy listening to you all.
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1. Mother Of Violence- Peter Gabriel (1978)
2. War Pigs- Black Sabbath (1970)
3. Fistfight At The Beach- The Fleshtones (1985)
4. Four Kicks- Kings Of Leon (2004)
5. Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)- Terry Reid (1968)
6. Blue Murder- Tom Robinson Band (1979)
7. Killing An Arab- The Cure (1979)
8. Riot In Cell Block #9- Dr. Feelgood (1975)
Info of note:
Intro- "Teenage Riot" by Sonic Youth (1988)
Outro- "Incinerate" by Sonic Youth (2006)
All comments, questions and feedback are greatly welcomed and appreciated! I encourage participation. Even though I drain an hour off your life by listening to the podcast then checking through the links, at least you don't have to fork over your money to me... though if you feel like, you know... But in all seriousness, let me now what you'd like to hear or see and I'll consider it. Popular approval doesn't always sway me but having fans or listeners get their input would be just grand!