This Land is Your Land – Episode November 14, 2017

The future is female! Feminist, women-centric music leads our discussion on the origin of Take Back the Night marches.


  • Marquette & Joliet
    Paul Otteson & Faux Fawn • Prairie du Chien
  • Cold Waves
    Dori Freeman • Letters Never Read
  • Prospero Must Die
    Herons! • So Long!
  • Ugliest Bitterest Coldest Dreary Place I've Ever Seen
    Petunia and the Vipers • Lonesome, Heavy and Lonesome
  • Good Egg
    The Dustbowl Revival • The Dustbowl Revival
  • Mwen Pas Dance
    Jayme Stone • Folklife
  • Drawn To You
    Little Miss Higgins • My Home, My Heart
  • Lone Trail
    audio/rocketry • Eastward + Onward
  • Grandson of Farmers
    Black Spruce Bog • Confluence
  • The Death of Waylon Green
    Murder Murder • Wicked Lines & Veins
  • Credit River
    Jack Pine and the Fire • Left To Our Own Devices
  • Ball of Thread
    Chicken-Like Birds • Moving On
  • A Place Called England
    Young'uns • Strangers
  • Hundred Lips
    The Fig & The Flame • When The World Is Calling
  • No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)
    Donna Summer & Barbara Streisand • Wet
  • Never Do What You Are Told
    Chumbawamba • Anarchy
  • I Am Woman
    Helen Reddy • I Don't Know How To Love Him
  • Sisters, O Sisters
    John Lennon & Yoko Ono • Sometime in New York City
  • Working Girl Blues
    Shannon Murray • Hallelujah! I'm a Bum
  • Educated Woman
    Amy Nelson • Home Recordings
  • Lil' Red Riding Hood
    Laura Gibson • Little Red Riding Hood
  • Lone Victory Ronight
    Noveller • A Pink Sunset For No One
  • Renaissance Girls
    Oh Land • Wish Bone
  • The Ladies' Room
    Cross • It's Curtains
  • This Woman's Work
    Anonymous Choir • Kate Bush Covers for Reproductive Rights
  • Long Time Traveller
    The Wailin' Jennys • Firecracker