“How Does A Patriot Act?“, by Sonny Meadows is the Peace Song of the Day for December 5, 2011. This song questions the true nature of patriotism, and celebrates acts of courage, protest, and civil disobedience.
Just got an email from our friends at Chelsea Green Publishing – the leading publisher of sustainable living books since 1985. Normally, a sale email moves quickly to my trash folder. I scrolled quickly down through the email. I was interested to see what they included in their 35% off for the month of January on the Bestsellers … Continue reading Meadows classics and newbooks from Shuman & Lovins
“What Did You Learn In School Today?” by Tom Paxton is the Peace Song of the Day for January 31st. How does your child’s school present war and the military? You can find lyrics, chords, and resources for this song in the Rise Up Singing songbook on page 6.
It’s the last day of “Sonny Meadows Week” at Peace Couple! (If you have not headed over to CD Baby to check out his work, and get copies for yourself and as gifts, you should do so now, while you remember.) On this last day: What song should we pick?… “Drums of War” by Sonny … Continue reading Drums of War: Peace Song for 12/11/2011
“I Never Thought I’d Miss Richard Nixon“ by Sonny Meadows is the Peace Song of the Day for December 10th. This song is on the album of the same title, and performed by Blacklisted & The Banned. The song was released in 2007. It describes how the Nixon era seemed better than the White House … Continue reading Never Thought I’d Miss Richard Nixon: Peace Song for 12/10/2011
“The Last Church On The Left” by Sonny Meadows is the Peace Song of the day for December 9th. You can find this song on the album Tolerance. There are many reasons why we love this song! Besides our admiration for Sonny Meadows, this song is also a tribute to one of our heroes. The … Continue reading Where your friends are waiting: Peace Song for 12/9/2011
“Just Like Germany Before the War” by Sonny Meadows is the Peace Song of the Day for December 8th. You can find this song on the album Bibles, Guns & Flags. The song is a little depressing. Though, mostly because it resonates. (Especially with the recent passage in the US Senate of the National Defense Authorization … Continue reading Just like Germany, just before the war: Peace Song for 12/8/2011