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Hurdy Gurdy Songs
Hosted by Jorge Arevalo Mateus. This show tries to answer the questions: “why was that song written?” “what motivated its creation?” “how is it used?” “by whom, when, and where and, especially, why?” We explore myriad themes and topics, from across cultures to multi-generational, across genres, styles, and ideologies. From the traditional to cutting edge contemporary, we will explore the background of a song and its creation and history, to give you a sense of the beauty, power and utility of Hurdy Gurdy Songs.
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About Jorge Arevalo Mateus

Jorge is a musician, ethnomusicologist, composer, producer and artist. He is executive director at the Association for Cultural Equity/Alan Lomax Archive and was archivist at the the Louis Armstrong House & Archive and curator for the Woody Guthrie Archives & Foundation, producing the Grammy winning “The Live Wire: Woody Guthrie live in 1949” (2008). He is an educator, teaching courses in music, World Music, Jazz, Latin Jazz at Hunter College, The New School, BMCC (CUNY) and Marymount Manhattan College. He is a published scholar with articles in numerous peer-reviewed journals. He continues to perform with numerous music projects and is currently recording with Disturbed Furniture, one of his early 80s projects.



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  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs - PRISON SONGS, part 1 (#31)
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on February 16, 2019 at 6:18 pm

    African-Americans and the Criminal Justice system, expressed in songs. Here's the playlist: 1. Lead Belly “The Shreveport Jail” composed by Lead Belly from Lead Belly: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection (CD, 1944) on Smithsonian Folkways (USA) 2. Big Louisiana “Berta” from Authentic African-American Prison Work Songs 3. Mississippi and Louisiana State Penitentiaries Prisoners “Black woman” from Negro Prison Blues and Songs on Legacy International 4. Brand Nubian “Claimin' I'm a Criminal” from Everything is Everything on Tommy Boy Music 5. Bobby Womack “Arkansas State Prison” from My Prescription (1970) 6. Fred & Annie Mae McDowell “I'm in Jail Again” from My Home Is In the Delta on Shout! 7. Kay Kay and the Rays “Lone Star Justice” from Texas Justice on Deep South sound 8. Dead Prez “Behind Enemy Lines” from Let's Get Free (MP3, 2000) on LOUD Records 9. Curtis Mayfield “Back Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs - Black Bohemia (episode #30)
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on February 8, 2019 at 9:22 pm

    Black Manhattan: Scott Joplin and James Reese Europe 's 369th Infantry Regiment Band. 1. Alessandro Simonetto “Wall Street Rag” from Joplin: Ragtimes & Waltzes (2018) 2. James Reese Europe “That Moaning Trombone” from James Reese Europe's 369th U.S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band (Remastered) (1996) on Inside Sounds 3. James Reese Europe's 369th U.S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band “Memphis Blues” from James Reese Europe's 369th U.S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band (Remastered) (1996) on Inside Sounds 4. James Reese Europe's 369th U.S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band “On Patrol In No Man's Land” from James Reese Europe's 369th U.S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band (Remastered) (1996) on Inside Sounds 5. James Reese Europe's 369th U.S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band “How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On the Farm?” from James Reese Europe's 369th U.S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band (Remastered) (1996) on Inside Sounds 6. James Reese Europe's Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs (#29) TOXIC MAN
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on February 2, 2019 at 1:58 am

    This episode plays songs about Toxic Masculinity and the notion of manhood. Here's the playlist: 1. Toxic Avenger theme song. 2. Britney Spears “Toxic” from In the Zone (2003) 3. Muddy Waters “Mannish Boy” from Muddy "Mississippi" Waters Live (Legacy Edition) (1979) 4. Chicago “I'm a Man” from In Chicago (2011) on Image Entertainment. 5. Bo Diddley “I'm a Man” from The Chess Box (Box Set) (1990) 6. George Thorogood “bad to the bone” from Rock Line, Vol. 2 on M&M 7. Rolling Stones “Street Fighting Man” from Exile On Main Street (CD) 8. The Stanley Brothers “I'm A Man of Constant Sorrow” from The Complete Columbia Stanley Brothers (1959) on Legacy/Columbia 9. Sam Fender “Dead Boys” from Dead Boys - EP on Polydor Records 10. Idles “Colussus” from Colossus - Single on Partisan Records / PIAS / Hostess 11. As It Is “The Stigma (Boys Don’t Cry)” from The Great Listen →

  • HG#28 COLD WARS & WALLS: POLAND
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on January 26, 2019 at 4:33 pm

    The film "Cold War" serves as the inspiration and exploration of Polish national identity through cultural mixture and romance. Here's the playlist (also on Spinitron.com): 1. Chór Dana “Oj Dana, Dana” from Pierwsi Polscy Rewelersi on 4everMUSIC 2. Witold Lutoslawski, Pawel Lukaszewski, SWR “10 Polish Folk Songs” from 10 Polish Folk Songs 3. Nina Simone “I Loves You, Porgy” from Nina Simone and Her Friends (Remastered 2013) (1959) 4. Arthur Rubenstein “Fantasie Impromptu in C Sharp Minor, Op. 66” from 8 Polonaise 5. Bill Haley & His Comets “(We're Gonna) Rock Around the Clock (Single Version)” from Salut les copains : Les pionniers du rock on Universal Music Division MCA 6. Magda Umer, Anna Maria Jopek “Dwa Serduska Cztery” from Pleiades 7. Dave Brubeck Quartet “My Favorite Things” from take five 8. Louis Jordan & His Tympani Five “IS YOUR IS OR IS YOU AIN'T MY BABY (LIVE Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs (#27) CAFÉ, COLOMBIA!
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on January 18, 2019 at 4:35 pm

    With the recent passing of "Juan Valdez" (Carlos Sánchez), and Colombian coffee, as a symbol of national identity, this episode is a tribute to both the man in the coffee ads and the people that harvest and bring the java, the joe, el cafecito to your tables. Here's the playlist: 1. Los Guacharacos de Colombia “"Juan Valdez '2da. del Cafetero' 2. Los del Recuerdo “El cafetero” from 20 Cumbias Colombianas 3. Los Guacharacos de Colombia “El cafetero” from Espectaculares De: Los Guacharacos de Colombia y Super Grupo Colombia on MCM Mexico/WMI 4. Alberto Pacheco y su Conjunto “Sembrando Café” from The Original Sound of Cumbia - The History of Colombian Cumbia & Porro As Told By the Phonograph 1948-79 (Compiled by Quantic) (2008) on Soundway Records 5. Pastor Lopez y Su Combo “En Colombia Llovió Café” from Discos de Oro: Pastor López y Su Combo Volume 4 on YOYO USA Digital 6. Garzon y Collazos Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs (#27) CAFÉ, COLOMBIA
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on January 18, 2019 at 4:20 pm

    With the recent passing of "Juan Valdez" (Carlos Sánchez), and Colombian coffee, as a symbol of national identity, this episode is a tribute to both the man in the coffee ads and the people that harvest and bring the java, the joe, el cafecito to your tables. Here's the playlist: 1. Los Guacharacos de Colombia “"Juan Valdez '2da. del Cafetero' 2. Los del Recuerdo “El cafetero” from 20 Cumbias Colombianas 3. Los Guacharacos de Colombia “El cafetero” from Espectaculares De: Los Guacharacos de Colombia y Super Grupo Colombia on MCM Mexico/WMI 4. Alberto Pacheco y su Conjunto “Sembrando Café” from The Original Sound of Cumbia - The History of Colombian Cumbia & Porro As Told By the Phonograph 1948-79 (Compiled by Quantic) (2008) on Soundway Records 5. Pastor Lopez y Su Combo “En Colombia Llovió Café” from Discos de Oro: Pastor López y Su Combo Volume 4 on YOYO USA Digital 6. Garzon y Collazos Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdu Songs (#26) Animal Activism, part 1
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on January 11, 2019 at 8:55 pm

    In this episode, we explore animals, and our relationship to the them. Why we love them, need them, and even kill and eat them! Here's the playlist: 1. Camille St Saens, Yo Yo Ma, Kathryn Scott “Carnival of the Animals” composed by Camille St Saens from Songs from the Arc of Life 2. Pete Seeger “Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog)” from Birds, Beasts, Bugs & Fishes (Little & Big) (1955) 3. Pete Seeger “My Little Kitty” from Birds, Beasts, Bugs & Fishes (Little & Big) (1955) 4. EAST AFRICA Ceremonial & Folk Music “El Molo Hippo Song (Lake Rudolf, Kenya)” from EAST AFRICA Ceremonial & Folk Music (2002) on Nonesuch (USA) 5. EAST AFRICA Ceremonial & Folk Music “Giraffe Song (Karamoja, Uganda)” from EAST AFRICA Ceremonial & Folk Music (2002) on Nonesuch (USA) 6. The Wayfarers “Lizards of Oz” from 20 Aussie Animal Songs (2007) on K-tel 7. Moby & The Void Pacific Choir “A Simple Listen →

  • HURDY GURDY SONGS (#25) Angelic Voices, The Men, part two
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on December 21, 2018 at 7:54 pm

    Sacred and Secular Ectasy! Here's the playlist: 1. Deva Premal, The Gyuoto Monks of Tibet “Teyata Om Bekanze Bekanze Mahabekanze Bekanze Radza Samutgate Soha (Healing)” from Deva Premal's Healing Mantras: Mantras For Precarious Times & Tibetan Mantras for Turbulent Times 2. James Cleveland & The Cleveland Singers “Oh Mary Don't You Weep” from Gospel Music Anthology: James Cleveland & The Cleveland Singers (Remastered) (2010) 3. Rufus Wainwright “Sword of Damocles” from Sword of Damocles - Single (2018) 4. Leonard Cohen “You Want it Darker” from True Detective (MP3) 5. Josquin Des Prez, The Hillard Ensemble “Mille regretz” composed by Josquin Des Prez from Mille regretz 6. Stanley Brothers “Are You Washed In The Blood of The Lamb” from Friends of Old Time Music (1964) on Folkways Records 7. George Jones “Leaning On The Everlasting Arms” from Classic George (1999) 8. Sadinya “Iraqning Listen →

  • Angelic Voices, part one, The Women (HGS#24)
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on December 14, 2018 at 4:12 pm

    Hurdy Gurdy Songs of Sacred and Secular Ecstasy. Here's the playlist: 1. Sister Rosetta Tharpe “Beams of Heaven” from 100 (Remastered) 2. Rozenda Bernal “Mi Virgencita Morena” from Con Banda y Mariachi on Discos Barajas 3. Sister Marie Keyrouz “Abu dqushto” composed by Sister Marie Keyrouz from Magnificat (Chants bibliques d'Orient) - Single on Iics-Keyrouz 4. Sister Marie Keyrouz “Chants de L'Office de la Nativité” from Chants de L'Office de la Nativité 5. Raquel Z. Rivera & Ojos de Sofía “Nuestra Señora de Lexington” from Las 7 Salves de La Magdalena on Raquel Z. Rivera & Ojos de Sofía 6. Planina “Dobro Doshle (Macedonia)” from Telegram On the Wind on Planina Songs of Eastern Europe 7. Makwa Singers “Makwa Female Chorus” from Makwa Female Chorus 8. Nitanis "Kit" Landry “Euphony” from Best Round Dance Songs on Canyon Records 9. Lucia Pulido Listen →

  • Holy Jazz, part one (HG#23)
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on December 7, 2018 at 1:25 am

    Jazz and the spirit, and the spirit of Jazz. Here's the playlist: 1. Charlie Haden & The Liberation Music Orchestra “We Shall Overcome” from Dream Keeper on Universal Music Division Decca Records France 2. Alice Coltrane “Journey in Satchidananda” from Journey in Satchidananda (1971) on GRP Records 3. Mor Thiam “Ayo Ayo Nene” from Spiritual Jazz on Jazzman 4. Matthew Halsall “The Sun In September” from Fletcher Moss Park on Gondwana Records 5. Alice Coltrane “Om shanti” from World Spirituality Classics 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda on Luaka Bop (USA) 6. Makaya McCraven “Holy Lands” from Universal Beings (CD, 2018) on P-VINE RECORDS 7. Lonnie Liston Smith “Expansions” from Love Is the Answer (Expanded) (1980) 8. Nina Simone “If You Pray Right” from Baltimore (1978) 9. Idris Muhammad “Loran's Dance” from CTI CD Catalogue on Sony Music Media Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs (#22) FREEDOM JAZZ, Episode 1
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on December 1, 2018 at 12:59 pm

    Jazz is socially conscious. Jazz artists are activists of sound. Jazz is a Freedom Dance. Here's the playlist: 1. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra “Black and Blue” from The Essential Louis Armstrong (1979) 2. Dave Brubeck & Louis Armstrong and His Band “Cultural Exchange” from The Real Ambassadors (1962) 3. Rahsaan Roland Kirk “Watergate Blues” from Watergate Blues 4.Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett “Como en Vietnam (LP Version)” from Throb on Rhino Atlantic (USA) 5. Paul Motian “War Orphans” from Tribute (1975) 6. Max Roach, Abbey Lincoln “Tryptich: Prayer/Protest/Peace” from Tryptich: Prayer/Protest/Peace 7. John Coltrane Quartet “alabama” from Live at Birdland 8. Charles Lloyd “Lift Every Voice and Sing” from Lift Every Voice (2002) Listen →

  • HG#21 COWBOY BALLADS, part 1
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on November 24, 2018 at 8:47 pm

    Cowboy songs about the darkness of the American soul, as explored in cowboy and pioneer archetypes, from Lomax to Buster Scruggs (c.f., Coen Brother's Ballad of Buster Scruggs. Here's the playlist (also available on Spinitron.com): 1. Ennio Morricone “Per un pugno di dollari (Titoli)” composed by Ennio Morricone from Per un pugno di dollari (A Fistful of Dollars) [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] (1964) 2. Marty Robbins “Streets of Laredo” from Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs (1959) 3. Eagles “Desperado” from Billy the Kid 4. Bob Dylan “Billy 7” from Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973) 5. Roy Rogers “Cowboy Night Herd Song” from The Collection '38-'50 on Ideal Music 6. Patsy Montana & The Prairie Ramblers “I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart” from Country Legend on Itwhy 7. Cat Power “Silver Stallion” from Jukebox (CD, 2008) on Matador (USA) 8. Linda Rondstadt “Old Paint” from Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs of Migrants #20
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on November 17, 2018 at 7:59 pm

    Songs about global migrants, itininerant workers, wanderers and refugees. Here's the playlist: 1. Rachid Taha “Algerian Tango” from Zoom on naïve 2. Rachid Taha “H'Asbu-Hum” from Tekitoi on Universal Music Division Barclay 3. Common “A Song For Assata (feat. Cee-Lo)” from Like Water For Chocolate (2000) 4. Bruce Springsteen “American Land” from We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions (American Land Edition) (2006) 5. Ian Dury & The Blockheads “Itinerant Child” from What a Waste: The Collection on Music Club Deluxe 6. Maggie Holland “Overnight” from Bones on Weekend Beatnik 7. Woody Guthrie “I Ain't Got No Home In This World Anymore” from Dust Bowl Ballads (MP3, 1940) on Folkways Records 8. Danny Valdez and Agustín Lira “The Migrant's Song” from The Best of Broadside 1962-1988: Anthems of the American Underground from the Pages of Broadside Magazine (2000) on Smithsonian Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Election Day Songs - episode #19
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on November 9, 2018 at 10:13 pm

    Election Day tunes, across the Red/Blue divide, including the playlist: 1. Neneh Cherry “Kong” from Broken Politics (2018) 2. Ry Cooder “The Wall Street Part of Town” from Election Special (2012) on Nonesuch (USA) 3. Ry Cooder “Kool Aid” from Election Special (2012) on Nonesuch (USA) 4. Ry Cooder “Take Your Hands Off It” from Election Special (2012) on Nonesuch (USA) 5. The Replacements “Election day” from Pleased to Meet Me (Expanded Edition) on Rhino/Warner Bros. (USA) 6. Radiohead “Electioneering” from OK Computer (1997) on XL Recordings 7. The Clash “Know Your Rights” from Combat Rock (CD, 1982) on Epic (USA) 8. Public Enemy “Fight the power” from Fear of a Black Planet (CD, 1990) on Def Jam Recordings 9. Neneh Cherry “Shot Gun Shack” from Broken Politics (2018) 10. Deee-Lite “Vote, Baby Vote” from Infinity Within on Elektra Records 11. Rod MacDonald Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs(#18): POLITICIANS
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on November 4, 2018 at 12:33 am

    Hurdy Gurdy Political Songs for our Broken Politics! Here's the playlist: 1. David Rovics “Failed State” from Ballad of a Wobbly on David Rovics 2. Marvin Gaye “You Are That Special One” from Let's Get It On (Deluxe Edition) (2001) 3. O'Jays “Above the Law” from Love Train 4. Johanna Saint-Pierre “Freedom from Politicians” from Freedom from Politicians - Single on Lilihouse Music 5. Cream “Politician” from Goodbye (1969) on Polydor 6. Kora “Politician” from Volume - EP (2004) on Kora Ltd 7. Betty Davis “Politician Man” from The Columbia Years on Columbia/Legacy 8. Death “Politicians In My Eyes” from PUNK 45: Sick On You! One Way Spit! After the Love & Before the Revolution, Vol. 3: Proto-Punk 1969-77 - Soul Jazz Records 9. Switchfoot “Politicians” from Nothing Is Sound on Columbia (USA) 10. Moriaty “Politicians” from The Politicians - Single on Zen Ten 11. Pints Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy VOTING Songs!
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on October 27, 2018 at 3:20 pm

    Hurdy Gurdy Songs about the electoral process. So VOTE on November 6th! Playlist: 1. Sunnyland Slim “Be Careful How You Vote” from Be Careful How You Vote on Earwig Music 2. Robb Johnson “I'm Voting Labour Next Thursday (feat. Fae Simon & The Corbynistas)” from I'm Voting Labour Next Thursday (feat. Fae Simon & The Corbynistas) - Single on Irregular Records 3. Willie Nelson “Vote 'Em Out” from Vote 'Em Out 4. Dolly Parton “19th Amendment” from 19th Amendment 5. Blaze Folley “Election day” from Election day 6. Hays & Wood, Tom Glazer, Pete Seeger “Voting Union” from Voting Union 7. Smart Songs “Voting Rights” from Trip to DC on Smart Songs, LLC 8. The Lost Patrol Band “If Voting Would Change Anything” from The Lost Patrol Band on Burning Heart Records/Epitaph 9. Molotov “Voto Latino” from Voto Latino 10. Rogue Wave “Vote for Me Dummy (30 Days, 30 Songs)” Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs Agitprop, Now and Then (#16
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on October 21, 2018 at 2:10 pm

    Agitprop Now & Then, including an interview with Marc Ribot about his latest recording, Songs of Resistance, 1942-2018. Playlist includes: 1. Atahualpa Yupanqui - “Campesino” from 17 Grandes Exitos 2. Marchas Historicas “A Las Barricadas. Anarquistas (Spanish Anarchist)” from La Internacional Ante La Crisis (Communist and Socialist) Versiones Del Himno Y Canciones Históricas De Izquierdas on historical words label 3. Pete Seeger “Vive la Quince Brigada” from Get On the Train 4. The Clash “Spanish Bombs” from London Calling (MP3, 1979) 5. Marc Ribot & Meshell Ndegeocello “The Militant Ecologist (Based on Fischia II Vento)” from Songs of Resistance 1942 - 2018 (2018) 6. Marc Ribot “Rata de Dos Pataa” from Songs of Resistance 7. Marc Ribot “We're Never Turning Back” from Songs of Resistance 8. Marc Ribot & Tom Waits “Bella Ciao” from Songs of Resistance 1942 - 2018 (2018) Listen →

  • HG#15 Women Voices - Part 1
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on October 14, 2018 at 5:25 pm

    Hurdy Gurdy Womens Songs across a variety of issues and topics, from racism to sexism, patriarchy and inequality. Here's the playlist: 1. Barbara Dane “I Hate the Capitalist System” from I Hate the Capitalist System (1973) on Paredon Records/Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 2. Laura Nyro “Save the Country” from Eli and the Thirteenth Confession (MP3) 3. Laurie Anderson “O Superman” from Big Science (MP3) on Nonesuch (USA) 4. Ani Difranco “Play God” from Binary (2017) 5. Aretha Franklin “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man” from 30 Greatest Hits (MP3, 1967) 6. Nina Lee “Freedom” from Freedom 7. Joan Baez “Plane Wreck At Los Gatos (Deportee)” from Blessed Are... (Bonus Track Version) (1971) 8. Buffy Sainte-Marie “The War Racket” from Medicine Songs (2017) on True North Records 9. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings “This Land is Your Land (From the Motion Picture "Up in the Air")” from This Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs #14 - Student Protest
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on October 7, 2018 at 11:53 pm

    Songs from, by, and about students and their responses to gun violence and other social injustices. Here's the playlist (also available on Spinatron.com): 1. Angel Parra “Me Gustan los Estudiantes (I Love the Students)” composed by Neruda, Pablo from Cancion Protesta: Protest Songs of Latin America (1970) on Paredon Records 2. Carlos Molina “La Juventud (The Youth)” from Cancion Protesta: Protest Songs of Latin America (1970) on Paredon Records 3. Silvio Rodríguez “La Era Está Pariendo un Corazón” from Al Final de Este Viaje... (1978) 4. Tony Alderman “No Funding for Gun Violence Research Since 1997” from Second Amendment Songs, Vol. 2 on Babyface Studios 5. Tony Alderman “Bang!” from Second Amendment Songs, Vol. 1 on Babyface Studios 6. Tony Alderman “American Problem” from Second Amendment Songs, Vol. 2 on Babyface Studios 7. Saida Dahir “A Poem for the Fallen” from Raise Your Listen →

  • Hurdy Gurdy Songs #13, part 1: GUNS, GUNS, GUNS!
    by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on September 25, 2018 at 4:33 pm

    This first episode is about America's love/hate relationship with the 2nd Amendment. Here's the playlist: 1. ) Lou Reed “The Gun” from The Blue Mask (1982) 2. The Beatles “Happiness Is a Warm Gun” from The Beatles (White Album) (MP3, 1968) on EMI UK 3. Junior Walker & The All Stars “Shotgun” from The Motown Story, Vol. 1 - The 1960s (2002) 4.Justin Moore “guns” from Outlaws Like Me on Universal Music Group International (USA) 5. Green Day “21 Guns” from 21st Century Breakdown (Deluxe Version) (2009) on Reprise (UK) 6. AC/DC “Fire Your Guns” from The Razors Edge (1990) on Epic 7. Johnny Cash “Don't Take Your Guns to Town” from The Fabulous Johnny Cash (1958) 8. The Clash “The Guns of Brixton” from London Calling (MP3, 1979) 9. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “Ohio” from So far on Rhino Atlantic (USA) 10. Lynyrd Skynyrd “God & Guns” from God & Guns on Listen →