Tag Archives: Germantown

21 October 2021

Walking. Germantown.
Stretching. Gym in the Apartment. NK Body Philosophy.
God Trying to Get Your Attention – Keb’ Mo’
Bad Dog – John Trudell
Fight the Power – Public Enemy
That’s the Way We Flow – Queen Latifah
Stay with Me – Indigenous
Anata – Hikaru Utada
May There Be Peace – Joanne Shenandoah (feat. Leah Shenandoah & Diane Shenandoah)
Dance to the Music/Music Lover/I Want to Take You Higher – Sly & The Family Stone
Everybody Wake Up – Dave Matthews Band
The Rain Came Down – Steve Earle & The Dukes
I Shall Be Released – Bobby McFerrin
Ancient Evenings & Distant Music – March, Jack Gallagher – Solaris

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16 October 2021

Walking. Germantown.
Stretching. Gym in the Apartment. NK Body Philosophy.
Unless otherwise noted, all songs are by Magpie.
Old John Brown
Heaven Is Less Than Fair
The Ballad of Harriet Tubman
Goodbye to Old Ohio
Pretty Little Bird
I Stood on the River Jordan Heaven Bound
Dangerfield
Mary Brown, Abolitionist
John Copeland
Captain
The Testimony of Frederick Douglass
John Brown’s Body – Paul Robeson
John Brown – Marc Ribot & Fay Victor
Oh Freedom – Sweet Honey in the Rock

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2 October 2021

Walking. Germantown.
Yellow Moon – The Neville Brothers
My Beautiful People – Melanie
Whateva Will Be – A Tribe Called Quest
Stille Tranen, Op. 32, No. 10 – Marian Anderson & Franz Rupp
You’ve Changed – Eva Cassidy
Oh Freedom – The Princely Players
Grandfather’s Talking – Shelley Morningsong
When She Sleeps – Relativity
How Long – Jackson Browne
Tie the Bonnet – Lunasa
Black & White – Sarah McLachlan
This Wheel’s on Fire – The Band
The Grand Tour – Aaron Neville
Go and Say Goodbye – Buffalo Springfield
Computer Blue – Prince & The Revolution

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30 September 2021

Today, September 30, the National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS), along with other Native American individuals, groups, and marks a National Day of Remembrance for U.S. Indian Boarding Schools. This aligns with the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation that is observed in Canada for residential school survivors. It is also called Orange Shirt Day to honor the story of one girl whose treasured orange shirt given to her by her grandmother was taken away from her at residential school. The orange shirt has come to symbolize awareness for the children who died or went missing at these institutions. NABS has orange t-shirts available to purchase. Time for education and action.
Walking. Germantown.
Stretching. Gym in the apartment.
Lost Souls – Tom Jackson
Residential School Song – Cheryl Bear
Child of the Government – Jayli Wolf
My Country ’tis of Thy People You’re Dying – Buffy Sainte-Marie
BEFORE – A Tribe Called Red, feat. Joseph Boyden
Warrior Heart – Shawnee
Apatapasiq – Mike Bern
Battlefields – Twin Flames
Save Mob – Snotty Nose Rez Kids, feat. Nooky & Birdz
open window – nehiyawak
Drums – John Densmore & Floyd Westerman
How I Feel – A Tribe Called Red, feat. Leonard Sumner, Shad & Northern Voice
Took the Children Away – Archie Roach
Take Me Home – Indian City
Spirit Horses – Annie Humphrey
He Can Fancy Dance – Cindy Paul
The Land of the Blind – Ira Provost
Why Us – N’we Jinan Artists

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26 September 2021

Walking. Germantown.
Stretching. Gym in the apartment.
Windmill – Wu Tang Clan
Wildfires – John Trudell
Voices – John Munro
Thorn in Your Side – namoli brennet
Right Here Waiting for You – Blues Traveler
Far Away in Australia – The Wolfe Tones
Cry Baby – Janis Joplin
Native Land – Paul Robeson
Sunrise on Brooklyn – Black 47
Blowing in the Wind – Stevie Wonder
Sweet Sunny South – John McCutcheon
Asi Como Hoy Matan Negros – Victor Jara
Airplane – Rusted Root
Sylvie – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Doctor’s Orders – Aretha Franklin and Luther Vandross

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12 September 2021

Walking. Germantown.
Stretching. Gym in the Apartment.
Steve Biko – Beenie Man
Steve Biko (Stir It Up) – A Tribe Called Quest
Biko – Peter Gabriel
Biko’s Kindred Lament – Steel Pulse
The Death Of Stephen Biko – Tom Paxton
Long Walk To Freedom (Halala South Africa) – Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Prisoner – Lucky Dube
Kazet – Mahlathini & Mahotella Queens
Not Yet Uhuru – Letta Mbulu
Tomorrow Nation – O’ Yaba
Hellfire – African Jazz Pioneers
Unfinished Story – Stimela
Biko Drum – Christy Moore
Asimnonanga/Biko – Wouter Kellerman and Soweto Gospel Choir
Tribute to Steve Biko – Tappa Zukie
Nkosi Sikelel ‘IAfrica – Ladysmith Black Mambazo

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1 September 2021

Walking. Germantown.
Stretching. Gym in the Apartment.
Thunder Island – Jay Ferguson
Temporary One – Fleetwood Mac
September – Earth, Wind & Fire
September Song – Sarah Vaughn
Wake Me Up When September Ends – Green Day
Caravan – Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
Get Going – Headlights
The More I See You – Chris Montez
Goodbye – The Wolfe Tones
The Beauty of the Rain – Dar Williams
Secret Path – Gord Downie
ANKLES – Jessie Reyez
Man Made Lake – Calexico
The Students of Quinlan – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Crapped out Again – Keb’ Mo’
When the Sun Goes Down – In the Heights
Baby Won’t You Please Come Home – Carol Channing
Below My Feet – Mumford & Sons

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Purple flowers, Germantown 11

Germantown
Louisville, Kentucky
29 August 2021

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29 August 2021

Walking. Germantown.
Stretching. Gym in the apartment.
Walking to New Orleans – Fats Domino
Shelter in the Rain – Irma Thomas
Cry for New Orleans – Various Artists
All Hands Together – Mika Nakashima
All These People – Harry Connick, Jr.
The River in Reverse – Elvis Costello & Allen Toussaint
Where Were You? – Jackson Browne
Hell No, We Aint Alright – Public Enemy
City that Care Forgot – Dr. John
Wading Through – Terence Blanchard
Shelter in the Rain – Stevie Wonder
In New Orleans – Lead Belly
Going Back to New Orleans – Deacon John
I Hope – The Chicks
Ponchartrain – Vienna Teng
The Saints Are Coming – U2 & Green Day
Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans? – Louis Armstrong

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Purple flowers, Germantown 12

Germantown
Louisville, Kentucky
29 August 2021

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