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  • 33 Revolutions Per Minute (epub +mp3)[rogercc][h33t]
    • 33 Revolutions Per Minute Audio Songs
      • 01 Billie Holiday Strange Fruit(MP3).mp3 (7.73 Mb)
      • 02 Woody Guthrie This Land Is Your Land(MP3).mp3 (6.39 Mb)
      • 03 Pete Seeger We Shall Overcome [MP3].mp3 (10.74 Mb)
      • 04 Bob Dylan Masters of War [MP3].mp3 (10.33 Mb)
      • 05 Nina Simone Mississippi Goddamn(MP3).mp3 (11.27 Mb)
      • 06 Country Joe and The Fish I Feel Like Im Fixin To Die Rag(MP3).mp3 (8.55 Mb)
      • 07 James Brown Say It Loud, I'm Black And I'm Proud [MP3].mp3 (6.52 Mb)
      • 08 John Lennon Give Peace a Chance [MP3].mp3 (11.05 Mb)
      • 09 Edwin Starr War(MP3).mp3 (7.54 Mb)
      • 10 Crosby Stills Nash and Young Ohio(MP3).mp3 (7.16 Mb)
      • 11 Gil Scott-Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised[MP3].mp3 (7.30 Mb)
      • 12 Stevie Wonder Living For The City(MP3).mp3 (8.50 Mb)
      • 13 Victor Jara Manifesto [MP3].mp3 (10.25 Mb)
      • 14 Fela Kuti Zombie(MP3).mp3 (28.47 Mb)
      • 15 Max Romeo War Ina Babylon[MP3].mp3 (11.15 Mb)
      • 16 The Clash White Riot(MP3).mp3 (4.56 Mb)
      • 17 Carl Bean I Was Born This Way [MP3].mp3 (17.95 Mb)
      • 18 Linton Kwesi JohnsontSonny's Letter(MP3).mp3 (8.83 Mb)
      • 19 Dead Kennedys Holiday In Cambodia([email protected]).mp3 (4.19 Mb)
      • 20 Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five The Message(MP3).mp3 (7.59 Mb)
      • 21 Crass How Does It Feel{[email protected]}.mp3 (6.06 Mb)
      • 22 Frankie Goes To Hollywood Two Tribes(MP3).mp3 (9.37 Mb)
      • 23 U2 Pride (In The Name Of Love)(MP3].mp3 (8.97 Mb)
      • 24 Special AKA Nelson Mandela (Extended)[[email protected]].mp3 (8.45 Mb)
      • 25 Billy Bragg Between The Wars[MP3].mp3 (5.63 Mb)
      • 26 R.E.M. Exhuming McCarthy(MP3).mp3 (7.69 Mb)
      • 27 Public Enemy Fight The Power(MP3).mp3 (10.56 Mb)
      • 28 Huggy Bear Her Jazz[[email protected]].mp3 (1.89 Mb)
      • 29The Prodigy Their Law(MP3).mp3 (13.07 Mb)
      • 30 Manic Street Preachers- Of Walking Abortion [MP3].mp3 (9.19 Mb)
      • 31 Rage Against The Machine Sleep Now In The Fire [MP3].mp3 (7.85 Mb)
      • 32 Steve Earle John Walker's Blues(MP3).mp3 (8.00 Mb)
      • 33 Green Day American Idiot [MP3].mp3 (6.65 Mb)
      • nfo.nfo (6.41 Kb)
    • 33 Revolutions per Minute (epub)[rogercc][h33t].acsm (1.32 Kb)



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33 Revolutions Per Minute:
A History of Protest Songs, from Billie Holiday to Green Day
Publisher: Faber and Faber (3 Mar 2011)
Author: Dorian Lynskey
Pages : 790
Format : epub & Mp3 (See Note)


From one of the United Kingdom’s most prominent music critics, a page-turning and wonderfully researched history of 33 songs that have transformed the world through the twentieth century and beyond.

When pop music meets politics, the results are often thrilling, sometimes life-changing, and never simple. The protest songs of such great artists as Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder, U2, Public Enemy, Fela Kuti, R.E.M., Rage Against the Machine, and the Clash represent pop music at its most charged and relevant, providing the soundtrack and informing social change since the 1930s. They capture the attention and passions of listeners, force their way into the news, and make their presence felt from the streets to the corridors of power.

33 Revolutions Per Minute is a history of protest music embodied in 33 songs that span seven decades and four continents, from Billie Holiday crooning "Strange Fruit" before a shocked audience to Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young paying tribute to the Vietnam protesters killed at Kent State in "Ohio," to Green Day railing against President Bush and twenty-first-century media in "American Idiot." With the aid of exclusive new interviews, Dorian Lynskey explores the individuals, ideas, and events behind each song. This expansive survey examines how music has engaged with racial unrest, nuclear paranoia, apartheid, war, poverty, and oppression, offering hope, stirring anger, inciting action, and producing songs that continue to resonate years down the line, sometimes at great cost to the musicians involved.

About the Author
Dorian Lynskey is a music writer for the Guardian. He was the Big Issue's music critic for three years and has freelanced for a host of magazines, currently including Word and Blender

33 Revolutions Per Minute: Tracklist:
1.Billie Holiday Strange Fruit
2.Woody Guthrie This Land is Your Land
3.Pete Seeger We Shall Overcome
4.Bob Dylan Masters of War
5.Nina Simone Mississippi Goddam
6.Country Joe and The Fish Feel Like I’M Fixin to Die Rag
7.James Brown Say It Loud I’M Black and Proud
8.Plastic Ono Band Give Peace a Chance
9.Edwin Starr War
10.Crosby Stills Nash and Young Ohio
11.Gil Scot Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
12.Stevie Wonder Living For The City
13.Victor Jara Manifesto
14.Fela Kuti and Afika 70 Zombie
15.Max Romeo and The Upsetters War Ina Babylon
16.The Clash White Riot
17.Carl Bean I Was Born This Way
18.Linton Kwesi Johnson Sonny’s Letter
19.The Dead Kennedys Holiday in Cambodia *
20.Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five The Message
21.Crass How Does It Feel
22.Frankie Goes to Hollywood Two Tribes
23.U2 Pride (In The Name of Love)
24.The Special AKA Nelson Mandela **
25.Billy Bragg Between the Wars
26.R.E.M. Exhuming McCarthy
27.Public Enemy Fight The Power
28.Huggy Bear Her Jazz *
29.The Prodigy Their Law
30.Manic Street Preachers Of Walking Abortion
31.Rage Against The Machine Sleep Now in The Fire
32.Steve Earle John Walkers Blues
33.Green Day American Idiot[/color]

All Tracks [email protected] 320 CBR
* Track 19 & 28 – [email protected] 128 CBR
** Track 24 – [email protected] 256 CBR Include for completion!