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Gary Kanter | We Marched Down This Road Before

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We Marched Down This Road Before

by Gary Kanter

This is Gary's fourth album of topical songs, satire, and ballads of social justice in the spirit of Phil Ochs and John Prine, ranging from TSA ("Keep Your Hands Off Of My Junk!") to the current faux-occupant of the White House ("Grab Life By The Pussy)
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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1. Grab Life by the Pussy (Live)
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2. There's Nothing All Right About Alt.right (Live)
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3. We Marched Down This Road Before (Live)
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4. None of the Above
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5. The Ballad of Mark Janus
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6. Eff the Freedom Foundation
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7. Lincoln
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8. Tropic of the Puget Sound (Live)
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9. Where's My Best Friend Jamie?
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10. Keep Your Hands off of My Junk! (Live)
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11. It's All the Same Damn Fight (Live)
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12. Sing Your Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
My music was formed by the folksingers of the 60's, primarily Phil Ochs and Tom Paxton. Others who influenced me were Woody and Arlo Guthrie, Patrick Sky, John Prine, and Dick Feller. After a family-raising hiatus of several decades, I returned to writing in time to witness the corporate assault on labor that, I believe, is the greatest threat to social and economic justice.

Much, if not all, of this album is in response to the onslaught of right-wing attacks on human and civil rights, unions, and democracy itself. Some have faces, such as ("The Ballad of) Mark Janus" and ("Eff The) Freedom Foundation!"

The good news is that we have survived and progressed throughout times of oppression and struggle. "We Marched Down This Road Before"...labor, women's suffrage, civil rights, farmworkers, Vietnam...etc. We have organized and fought...usually a few at first and then snowballing into full-blown social movements that changed history...and bettered our lives.

"Now that we've decided not to take it anymore...we're marching down this road once more."



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