Yesterday’s show was a bit impromptu as I wasn’t expecting to be doing it. This meant a lot of music and no guests, but Ben and I got through it just fine.
There was a little bit of content. If you are interested in following the occupation of Cheltenham Road Library by the Bristol branch of Sisters Uncut, you can do so via their Facebook page. And the full text of Gabby Bellot’s article about Derek Walcott can be found on LitHub.
I took in rather more music than I needed just in case. Aside from the Chuck Berry tribute, it was all part of the revolution theme for March. This is what I ended up playing.
- Chuck Berry – Maybeline
- Chuck Berry – Roll over Beethoven
- Chuck Berry – Memphis, Tennessee
- Chuck Berry – School Day
- Chuck Berry – Rock ‘n’ Roll Music
- Chuck Berry – Johnny B Goode
- Thunderclap Newman – Something in the Air
- James Brown – I’m Black and I’m Proud
- Prince & The Revolution- Let’s Go Crazy
- Otis Redding – Change is Gonna Come
- David Bowie – Rebel, Rebel
- Against Me! – True Trans Soul Rebel
- Peter Gabriel – Biko
- Tom Robinson Band – Up Against the Wall
- The Clash – Revolution Rock
- Gil Scott Heron – Revolution will not be televised
- Chi-Lites – Power to the people
- 4 Non Blondes – What’s Up?
- Prince & The Revolution – Purple Rain
Yaz will be in the studio next week, and she has some people from Sisters Uncut lined up as guests.