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At the end, as the camera fades to black he says “Chris, pass the hat around.” I’m so happy that Billy Bragg is still making music.

The introduction lays out a basic outline of the history of Iran and the Middle East (that goes all the way back to B. She explains that Iran has always been a rich nation and has constantly been under attack. Great Britain wielded a powerful influence over Iranian economy.

During WWII, Iran remained neutral but then was invaded by the west.

They were “met with lot of hammering on our rooftop by some real handymen as they put the finishing touches on NPR’s new home.” For the second song they channeled the spirit of legendary American folksinger Woody Guthrie, with whom Bragg collaborated — albeit posthumously, in Guthrie’s case — when he took Guthrie’s unsung words and set them to song with the help of Wilco.

Here, he takes a song Guthrie himself co-opted and altered: a gospel tune (“This World Is Not My Home”) he’d turned into an anthem against inaction. He says that people still face all the same problems that this classic song talks about–people losing homes to banks or families struggling to make ends meet.

Persepolis is a memoir of a young girl growing up in Iran during the 70s and 80s.

I appreciated the contextualizing introduction in which she explains the history of the country.

Guthrie called the song “I Ain’t Got No Home (In This World Anymore”).

After he sings a verse, the hammering starts and they pause the song to wait for the work to finish before he re-starts the song.

I’d listened to that one first, but I liked this one more. Bragg talks a lot–he has many lengthy stories between songs–and he’s pretty much always funny or thoughtful.

For this one he is accompanied on the first two songs by dobro player C. He introduces the first song by saying that moving into a new building always has troubles–you’ll always need someone to fix things up.

The Prime Minister of Iran (not the Shah) nationalized the oil industry in 1951 which led to an embargo and a coup organized by the CIA.

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