Tuesday, October 25, 2005

park that dream in candy

This is for Rosa Parks who died today and who sat down to stand up for justice. Along with Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King and Ghandi she showed that you didn't have to be rich and powerful to change the world.It was back in Montgomery in 1955 when the following exchange took place.
"Are you going to stand up?" the bus driver, James Blake, asked.
"No," she answered.
"Well, by God," the driver replied, "I'm going to have you arrested."
"You may do that," Mrs Parks responded.
Her arrest led to a 381-day boycott of the Montgomery bus system, organized by a then unknown Baptist minister, one Reverend Martin Luther King. She said many years later "Without vision, the people will perish, and without courage and inspiration, dreams will die - the dream of freedom and peace".
I Have a Dream Martin Luther Mash UP mp3
It is also the anniversary of John Peel's death.Listen on the link to his first shows courtesy of the good old Beeb. I bet he would be pleased to share the day with Rosa Parks....so for the man who had a HUGE influence on everybody who was anybody here is an ear bleeder just for him.
Jesus and Mary Chain Cut Dead mp3
From Psychocandy which has to have been one of THE defining moments where melody and feedback merged into a raw gloop of bust a blood vessel decibel delight.Play LOUD before the ASBO officers get you.


Blogger dickvandyke said...

Nice work old lass. Thank you

9:57 pm  
Blogger countrygrrl said...

cheers dickvandyke...they were both one off's in their own way... glad to see that the scales of justice are still working, Lewis Libby has gone..will it be Karl Rove next?????

10:53 pm  

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