For the tyrants fear your might #tiananmensquare

This was originally going to be the last post in my 25th anniversary remembrance of Tiananmen Square through “Hymns of Social Justice” series, but since I got a little behind, there may be a couple more in some “afterword” posts. It all came to a head on June 3rd and 4th, 1989.  The protests that […]

“She had high hopes”

Another Hymns of Social Justice post in my continuing series on the 25th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre Roger Waters third post Pink Floyd album, “Amused to Death”, was released in 1992.  Like most of Water’s albums it was a concept album.  The running them in this one was of a monkey watching TV […]

Propaganda Leaves Us Blinded

This series will cover a variety of musical styles.  Part one was a New Age instrumental piece by Kurt Bestor and part two was a “Bubble Gum Pop,” song by R.E.M.  Later entries in this series will include “Concept Album style” rock and roll by Roger Waters, a couple of Folk songs, and a well […]

Meet Me in the Crowd

This is part 2 in a multi-part series on songs inspired by or related to the Tiananmen Square Protests/Massacre in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the massacre. Part One, “Electric Highways” is Here. Okay the subject of this post is number two in the series because 1) All of the other songs that I […]