BORN IN THE USA
Despite what some of our American cousins may think, America is not the centre of the Universe. But credit where credit is due: its influence on music cannot be challenged. So, falling on the 4th of July, it was only fitting that our show this week be dedicated to the ultimate musical melting pot – the old US of A.
The playlist is, I think, a balanced one. There are songs that celebrate America and some that are intent on a reality check. You can find that list and lots of links to further information at the BayFM site. Here’s one of my favourite tracks of the day:
Ah, bugger it, here’s another one!
Next week, the show will be on ARGUMENTS. Which means that the song could be about the subject or, more interesting of course, the song could take on the form of an argument. Love to see what you come up with. Get in contact!
Listen to Lyn McCarthy at the Theme Park on BayFM at the new time of Mondays 1–2pm, Sydney time
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Posted on July 4, 2011, in Alternative country, Alternative rock, Australia, Broadcasting and media, community radio, Electronica, Feminist songs, Funk, general, hip-hop, music, Music - New Wave, music - nostalgia, music, r&b, music, soul, New Wave, pop, punk, Radio Program, rock, rock 'n' roll, Uncategorized and tagged America, Ani DiFranco, Chuck Berry, David Bowie, Don MacLean, Jesus & Mary Chain, Kim Wilde, LCD Soundsystem, Manic Street Preachers, MC5, Simon & Garfunkle, Supertramp, Swamp Dogg, The Clash, The Guess Who. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.