The fund drive is coming soon, and unfortunately, I have things that will take me out of town both weekends. This makes me sad, because I really enjoy the energy and excitement of fund drive week here in the station. But fear not, dear listeners, for you will be in the capable hands of Lara and Dave.
This week I have put together a playlist of the tunes that have been tickling my fancy lately. Enjoy!
News You Need to Know: Climate Change, coverage from a Yale Forum on Climate Change addressing Fracking, BTL interview: the Hunger Strike at Guantanamo, BTL interview discusses Opposition to Social Security and Medicare cuts,
Fortnightly Rant: Americans In Wonderland, OTB: Strategic Questions, music etc
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Phil Manzanera- Swimming
Snakefinger- The Garden of Earthly Delights
The Band- Strawberry Wine
Ginger Baker's Air Force- Sweet Wine
Eartha Kitt- Lilac Wine
Brian Wilson- Heroes and Villians
The Rolling Stones - Citadel
The Brian Jonestown Massacre- I Want To Hold Your Other Hand
Massacre- Down To Five A Day
David Bowie- Love is Lost
Savoy Brown- Lost and Lonely Child
Canned Heat- Hallelujah
Sam Page- Take It Easy
Rilo Kiley- 15
Adia snd the 7 Eyes- Stone Free
Jimi Hendrix- Inside Out
Marvin Gaye- Far Cry
Karlex- Sleepless in Bandols
Roxy Music- Beauty Queen
Portishead- Glory Box
X- Come Back To Me
Angela Faye Martin- No One Can Wake You
Ben Reel- I've Been Away
Richard Thompson- Stuck On The Treadmill
Supertramp- Nothing To Show
The Soft Boys- Love Poisoning
The Delfonics- Hey Baby
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Back in 2005, anarchist collective Chumbawumba pre-sold an EP called In Memoriam: Margaret Thatcher which they would keep under wraps until the prime minister passed away. Since Thatcher did pass earlier this week, the band has delivered the EP and is also streaming the release online. Along with that, the band delivered a eulogy:
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Cindy Sheehan interviews attorney for Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, Tina Foster. Dr. Siddiqui's is another story of American Injustice, prejudice, fear, ignorance, and hatred.
Arabology' is a weekly radio program hosted by Dr. Ramzi Salti, Lecturer in Arabic at Stanford University, which aims at showcasing various cultural productions from the Arab world including (mostly alternative) Arabic music, along with commentary in English. The show also features interviews (in English) with individuals whose work is related to the region. 'Arabology' airs live on Thursdays 3-5 pm (PST) on KZSU Stanford 90.1 FM and streams at http://kzsulive.stanford.edu
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Excellent document from the New Economics Foundation debunking government and media rhetoric about benefit "skivers" and showing that only 2.6% of welfare spending is on the unemployed.
‘Strivers versus skivers’ purports to sums up our welfare state, and why, therefore, the benefits system should be reformed.