sounds from the bucket

  • Radiohead 2008 Barcelona, Catalonia Daydream Festival

    Idioteque – Radiohead

    Idioteque is a song by English rock band Radiohead, featured as the eighth trachk from their 2000 album Kid A. Although never released as a single as with all other songs on the album, it has since become one of the band’s most famous and popular songs amongst critics and...
  • Mother Nature’s Son – The Beatles

    “If a man is able to submit himself to nature, then nature will react to his needs. Almighty nature is all powerful and all loving, for the laws of nature are for the creation and evolution of all beings and creatures throughout the cosmos. There is no greater kindness...
  • Yama Lasmar Dooni – Asma Othmani

    Asma Othmani, a Tunisian singer, took an old traditional Tunisian song of the Mizwad genre called “Yama Lasmar Douni” (“Oh brown is bad”) and made a new interpretation of it adding a piece of spoken word called “Tounes Alwen” (“Tunis of Colors”) written by Jihed Cherni,...
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    Society

    Music from the Motion Picture: Into the Wild, is the debut solo studio album by Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder, and is based on his contributions to the soundtrack for the 2007 film Into the Wild. This was inspired by the real story of graduate Christopher McCandless, who, in 1990 at...
  • Patti Smith

    People have the power – Patti Smith

    People have the power, is probably one of the most famous and powerful protest songs of all time. It was written by Patti Smith and her late husband, Fred “Sonic” Smith, and released as a lead single from the 1988’s album Dream of Life. Notably, we could say that...
  • The sound of resistance under Trump

    Since the announcement of Donald Trump’s candidature, the music panorama has produced an unprecedented wave of protest songs in the US. What makes this wave really different from past ones (e.g. Civil Rights movement, Vietnam War, Bush administration etc.) is its extreme variety. Artists from every background and genre have...
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    The Beautiful People – Marilyn Manson

    “The Beautiful People” is a song by American rock band Marilyn Manson. It was released as the lead single from the band’s second studio album, Antichrist Superstar, in September 1996. The song was written by frontman Marilyn Manson and bass player Twiggy Ramirez and was produced by Trent Reznor, Dave Ogilvie...
  • Animals album cover

    Sheep | Animals – Pink Floyd

    Today is the third and last episode of our Sounds from the Bucket series dedicated to Animals. Loosely based on George Orwell‘s political fable Animal Farm, the album’s lyrics describe various classes in society as different kinds of animals: the combative dogs, despotic ruthless pigs, and the “mindless and unquestioning herd” of...
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    Pigs (Three Different Ones) | Animals – Pink Floyd

    Today is the second episode of our Sounds from the Bucket series dedicated to Animals. Loosely based on George Orwell‘s political fable Animal Farm, the album’s lyrics describe various classes in society as different kinds of animals: the combative dogs, despotic ruthless pigs, and the “mindless and unquestioning herd” of sheep....
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    Dogs | Animals – Pink Floyd

    Animals is the tenth studio album by the English rock band Pink Floyd, released on 23 January 1977. It is a concept album that provides a scathing critique of the social-political conditions of late-70s Britain, and presents a marked change in musical style from their earlier work. Loosely based on George...
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    As Long as the Grass Shall Grow – Johnny Cash

    As Long as the Grass Shall Grow is a song by Johnny Cash, one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century and one of the best-selling music artists of all time. It is the opening track of  the 1964 Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian album,  a concept album focusing...
  • Frank Zappa

    I’m the Slime – Frank Zappa

    I’m the Slime is a 1973 single by Frank Zappa and The Mothers from the album Over-Nite Sensation. For the recording of this song (and most of the Over-Nite Sensation), Zappa used Ike Turner‘s Bolic Studios in L.A. By virtue of this arrangement, Turner offered up the use of the...
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    We Will Not Go – J. Ralph feat. Salif Keita, Youssou N’Dour & Fally Ipupa (Virunga OST)

    We Will Not Go is a song by American composer, producer, singer, songwriter and social activist Josh Ralph, known professionally as J. Ralph. It was written and composed for the 2014 British documentary film Virunga, directed by Orlando von Einsiedel. The documentary focuses on the conservation work of rangers within Virunga National Park, and...
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    Black, Brown and White

    Big Bill Broonzy (1893-1958) has been an African-American idol for the first 20 years of his career. He began as a blues singer, songwriter and guitarrist, but he reached the pinnacle of success in the 1950s becoming the leading figure of the American folk music revival. ‘Black, Brown and...
  • Desert Rebel Rock

    The founder of the band we are presenting to you today made his first guitar from a tin can, a stick and bicycle brake wire. The band, now known as Tinariwen, is now an award-winning group, but their path to success was not immediate, and required their patience and...
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