It’s International Workers Day, comrades! If you can’t make your local Smash the State rally (there doesn’t appear to be one in Bibleburg, surprise, surprise), then sing along with Alistair Hulett and Jimmy Gregory. And a-one, and a-two, aaaaaand. …
While we’re awaiting the inevitable proletarian triumph over the slavemasters of Wall Street, let’s have a list of your favorite working-class anthems in comments. Here are a few of mine:
• ”Joe Hill,” by Paul Robeson.
• ”Which Side Are You On?,” by Billy Bragg.
• ”All You Fascists Are Bound To Lose,” by Woody Guthie.
• ”Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?,” by Tom Waits.
• ”The Red Flag,” by Jim Connell.
• ”The Sergeant and Arthur McBride,” by Paul Brady.
• ”Hallelujah, I’m a Bum,” by Utah Phillips.
• ”Christmas In Washington,” by Steve Earle.
• ”I’m Changing My Name To Fannie Mae,” by Arlo Guthrie.