Monday, September 05, 2016

Hell's Kitchen Radio #273: Let Me Work For You

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What this Hell is this Labor Day thingy all about anyway? Did you have the day off? Thank the Union. Did you have to work? Then join a union! It's all about the worker on tonight's show...mostly. For two minutes it's about Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin, but mostly it's about the worker. And you know it should always be about the worker, right? Why do so many people vote against their own interests? It boggles the mind.

Are you getting educated about the upcoming election? It's not just about Hil and the Donald. There are so many propositions on the Cali ballot that it makes my head spin. Legalize Weed? Ban the death penalty? You better get reading, kids. And please be sure to vote this November. I'll be talking up the election during my last show in October to get you all ready for it.

Until then, enjoy this deep dish of labor delights from yours truly, Hell's Kitchen Radio, and Radio Valencia.

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Work Song: Butterfield Blues Band
The Feeling is Gone: John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat
Mean Old Frisco: John Hammond Jr.

Volunteers: Jefferson Airplane
San Francisco Bay Blues: Jesse Fuller
Graveyard Shift: Uncle Tupelo
I Don't Want To Be A Soldier Mama: John Lennon

On The Road Again: Jack Broadbent
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Gil Scott-Heron
Tommy in 7 Minutes: Various Artists

War: Bob Marley and the Wailers
No, Ah Lissen: Texas Preacher
N.E.S.T.A.: Antibalas
Jerry Lewis/Dean Martin Reunion: Jerry Lewis Telethon 1976
Mean Machine: The Last Poets

She Watch Channel Zero: Public Enemy
Let It Down: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Heart of the Sunrise: Yes

(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below We're All Gonna Go: Curtis Mayfield
Career Opportunities: The Clash

Joe Hill: Utah Phillips

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