Various - GASCD download album
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Label: Not On Label – RAMCD - 76U. Format: 2 CD, Album, Compilation. Disc One; Track 1-1 "The Geese" is exclusive to this release. Track 1-2 "Your Next Bold Move" taken from the 2001 album "Revelling, Reckoning". Track 1-3 "Bad Time To Be Poor" taken from the 1997 album "The Blue Hysteria", also released as a single "Bad Time To Be Poor". Track 1-4 "Red Ant (Nature)" taken from the 2001 album "Neighborhoods". Track 1-5 "Trick Rider" taken from the 2001 album "Coke Machine Glow".
Audio CD, March 26, 2002. I bought this cd from cdbaby, after visiting gascd. As someone who has been following the anti-globalization movement for a long time, and participating in the peace movement, I just want to say that this cd set is amazing. First of all, this cd is a grouping of amazingly talented artists. In addition, the range of this cd is as broad as the movement itself. From funk, to folk, to hip-hop, to punk, the music is great. Tracks 6 and 11 on cd1 are both amazing.
Compilation album by. various artists. A double album inspired by the activist protests at the Quebec City Summit of the Americas, GASCD collects political songs and spoken word segments by both Canadian and international musicians and activists. The album's profits are distributed to progressive media and social justice groups.
Woodstock 94 is a two-disc set documenting the Woodstock 1994 festival. It was released during November 1994, nearly three months after the event took place. The album was released on A&M Records. The set features 27 performing artists, one song per artist. It also features the recording of both general stage announcements and some band introductions given at various points during the festival. Live – "Selling the Drama" – 4:33. Blues Traveler – "But Anyway" – 4:18.
The Blue Hysteria is a 1996 album by Rheostatics. Bad Time to Be Poor", a protest song about life in Ontario during the government of Mike Harris, was the album's first single. The band also contributed this song to the compilation album GASCD in 2001 to support citizen media and social justice groups in protesting the Quebec City Summit of the Americas
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Album · 2010 · 11 Songs. Tenement Yard (News Carrying Dread) - Single. The Early Sessions 1974-1982. Joe Gibbs: Reggae Discomix Showcase, Vol. 1.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1-1||–Sylvain Lamoureux||Intro - The Geese
Read By – Sylvain Lamoureux
|1-2||–Ani DiFranco||Your Next Bold Move||5:47|
|1-3||–Rheostatics||Bad Time To Be Poor||4:53|
|1-4||–Olu Dara||Red Ant (Nature)||4:07|
|1-5||–Gordon Downie||Trick Rider||4:24|
|1-6||–Jello Biafra||Spoken Excerpt From Mohawk College, April 25, 2001||2:53|
|1-7||–Sex Mob||Black & Tan Fantasy||4:14|
|1-8||–Bruce Cockburn||Call It Democracy||3:49|
|1-10||–Propagandhi||Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes||2:35|
|1-11||–Maude Barlow||Excerpt From People's Summit, Quebec City, 2001||1:13|
|1-12||–Chris Brown & Kate Fenner||How You Gonna Bring Your Children To God||4:57|
|1-13||–Tony Scherr||Food For News||3:41|
|1-14||–Michael Franti||Oh My God||5:11|
|1-15||–Interference Sardines*||Un Nescalier||5:57|
|2-1||–Gil Scott-Heron||Work For Peace||7:29|
|2-2||–Nikki Giovanni||Nothing Makes Sense||2:34|
|2-3||–Clark Gayton||Glad I Found My Religion In Time (Excerpt, May 2001)||3:02|
|2-4||–David Suzuki||Phone Interview Excerpt, May 2001||2:26|
|2-5||–The Tragically Hip||Putting Down||3:08|
|2-6||–Weeping Tile||1st Lady||4:01|
|2-7||–Christian Doscher||Straight Lines
Backing Vocals – Kate FennerBass – Jason MercerMastered By, Engineer [Loved] – Joel Hamilton, Tony MaimoneRecorded By – Danny Madorsky
|2-8||–DJ Serious||Trap Doors||3:48|
|2-9||–Barenaked Ladies||Sell Sell Sell||3:59|
|2-10||–Andrew Whiteman||Thot Provoker||4:38|
|2-11||–Bionic||A Political Song For Danko Jones To Sing||5:09|
|2-12||–Dinner Is Ruined*||Funk Asylum||4:17|
|2-13||–Free Radicals||Bombs Burst Bright On The Lawn||5:04|
|2-14||–Jason Collett||Bitter Beauty||3:37|
|2-15||–Chris Brown||The Shot Across The Bow||3:32|
|2-16||–David Suzuki||Phone Excerpt Completion||4:01|
|2-17||–Bill Frisell||What's Going On?
Written-By – Marvin Gaye
- Distributed By – Distribution Select
- Concept By [Conceived], Compiled By – Chris Brown
- Coordinator [Technical Coordination], Compiled By [Media Materials Gathered By] – Debbie Koenig
- Engineer, Other [Gas Pumping] – Danny Madorsky
- Layout, Design – Helios
- Layout, Design, Management [Project Conceptualization At Every Step] – Richard Switzer
- Other [Sound Clips And Field Recordings] – Chad Stohmayer, Jim Field, Liz Marshall, Michael Green, Nick Cooper, Trish Dalton
- Photography [Black And White Spread Photo] – Megan Wells
- Photography [Cover Photo, Back Photo And Colour Spread] – Nick Cooper
- Photography [Photo Under Disc] – Jeremy Munce
NotesSame as other Canadian issue except it has a different barcode.
"The proceeds of this album will be distributed by the GASCD Company to help promote awareness of the social and environmental impact of corporate globalization. Funds generated will assist activists and organizations who are doing this important work, often in the face of severe repression.
GASCD: Governments Accountable to Society and Citizens = Democracy
This compilation ℗ & © the GASCD Company.
Made in Canada.
Track 1-1 "The Geese" is exclusive to this release.
Track 1-2 "Your Next Bold Move" taken from the 2001 album "Revelling / Reckoning".
Track 1-3 "Bad Time To Be Poor" taken from the 1997 album "The Blue Hysteria", also released as a single "Bad Time To Be Poor".
Track 1-4 "Red Ant (Nature)" taken from the 2001 album "Neighborhoods".
Track 1-5 "Trick Rider" taken from the 2001 album "Coke Machine Glow".
Track 1-6 "Spoken Excerpt From Mohawk College, April 25, 2001" is exclusive to this release.
Track 1-7 "Black & Tan Fantasy" taken from the 2000 album "Theatre & Dance".
Track 1-8 "Call It Democracy" taken from the 1985 album "World Of Wonders", also released as a single "Call It Democracy".
Track 1-9 "Diurnal" also appears on the 2001 compilation "Barbecue Beets".
Track 1-10 "Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes" taken from the 2000 album "Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes".
Track 1-11 "Excerpt From People's Summit, Quebec City, 2001" is exclusive to this release.
Track 1-12 "How You Gonna Bring Your Children To God" is exclusive to this release.
Track 1-13 "Food For News" later appears on the 2002 album "Come Around".
Track 1-14 "Oh My God" originally appears on the 2000 album "Live At The Baobab", also appears on the 2001 album by "Michael Franti And Spearhead" "Stay Human".
Track 1-15 "Un Nescalier" taken from the 2001 album "Zucchini".
Track 2-1 "Work For Peace" taken from the 1994 album "Spirits".
Track 2-2 "Nothing Makes Sense" taken from the 1976 album "The Reason I Like Chocolate".
Track 2-3 "Glad I Found My Religion In Time (Excerpt, May 2001)" (a traditional melody) is exclusive to this release.
Track 2-4 "Phone Interview Excerpt, May 2001" is exclusive to this release.
Track 2-5 "Putting Down" taken from the 2000 album "Music @ Work".
Track 2-6 "1st Lady" taken from the 1995 album "Cold Snap", this song is credited on this release as "Sarah Harmer".
Track 2-7 "Straight Lines" is exclusive to this release, recorded at Green Street Recording, NYC., mastered and loved at Studio G, Brooklyn, NY.
Track 2-8 "Trap Doors" taken from the 2000 album "Dim Sum", also released as a 12" "Popped".
Track 2-9 "Sell Sell Sell" taken from the 2000 album "Maroon".
Track 2-10 "Thot Provoker" is exclusive to this release.
Track 2-11 "A Political Song For Danko Jones To Sing" later appears on the 2002 album "Deliverance".
Track 2-12 "Funk Asylum" taken from the 2000 album "Ray Charles Kinda Party".
Track 2-13 "Bombs Burst Bright On The Lawn" is exclusive to this release.
Track 2-14 "Bitter Beauty" later appears on the 2003 album "Motor Motel Love Songs".
Track 2-15 "The Shot Across The Bow" is exclusive to this release.
Track 2-16 "Phone Excerpt Completion" is exclusive to this release.
Track 2-17 "What's Going On?" is exclusive to this release, it is a cover of a song originally performed in 1971 by "Marvin Gaye".
The name "Tony Maimone" is misprinted on the release as "Tony Mameone".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 064027007626
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 2AXE1<0031> RAMCD76CD1 MFG BY RSB
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 2AXF1<0031> RAMCD76CD2 MFG BY RSB
|CD 094||Various||GASCD (2xCD, Comp)||Il Manifesto||CD 094||Italy||2002|
|RAMCD - 76U||Various||GASCD (2xCD, Album, Comp)||Not On Label||RAMCD - 76U||Canada||2001|