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Protest Singer Blues - Grace Petrie & The Benefits Culture - Love Is My Rebellion (CD, Album)

Download Protest Singer Blues - Grace Petrie & The Benefits Culture - Love Is My Rebellion (CD, Album)
Label: Not On Label - none • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country •


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8 thoughts on “ Protest Singer Blues - Grace Petrie & The Benefits Culture - Love Is My Rebellion (CD, Album) ”

  1. Goltigis says:
    Jun 13,  · Petrie is a thirtysomething folksinger who specializes in guileless, self-penned protest songs about Brexit and income inequality and gay rights—a sort of butch-lesbian Billy Bragg.
  2. Vimuro says:
    Grace Petrie live shows. 16 Sep Canterbury, I have sent every album I have made to the Guardian for review unsuccessfully so one can only assume that those who DO know where to look, aren’t looking in there 😘 Listen I love the pub. I LOVE the pub. Some of my best friends are pubs. I’m the pubbiest person you could meet.
  3. Brazahn says:
    Dec 18,  · Many of the 30 tracks of the collective’s new double album, Celebrating Subversion, deal forcefully with such specifically British issues as Thatcherism, Tory Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne’s views on “the benefits lifestyle”, the dismantling of the National Health Service, the occupation of St Paul’s, the sinking of the.
  4. Masar says:
    You Wouldn't Think To Look At Me by Joe Solo, released 01 January You wouldn't think to look at me But I fought the champ in 53 Locarno Ballroom away in town It's gone now though, they pulled it down I was big and strong back then you see You wouldn't think to look at me See this silver scar above my eye? Well I got it in the 5th Son, I tried to stay up on my feet But they stopped it in.
  5. Juzilkree says:
    £5 from sale of this album will be donated to helping feed and house the homeless of Greater Manchester. Full CD version of 'If Peel Street Could Talk' includes cover versions of Pete Seeger's 'If I Had A Hammer', The Clash's 'Rebel Waltz' and the traditional 'Lonesome Traveller', with 8-page booklet all shrink-wrapped in a jewel case.
  6. Malajar says:
    Love Is My Rebellion. by Grace Petrie & The Benefits Culture. Protest Singer Blues Protest Singer Blues. Grace Petrie is my new favorite artist. The purity of her voice, the wit in her lyrics, and her rare ability to articulate nuance and even ambivalence in her political songs put her in a class by herself. This is refreshing, uplifting.
  7. Zuzshura says:
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  8. JoJogul says:
    Queer as Folk. You might be an artist who would like to introduce yourself and your work here or maybe you’re a business with a mission to describe.

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