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Anne Feeney - Have You Been To Jail For Justice? album

Anne Feeney - Have You Been To Jail For Justice? album
  • Performer Anne Feeney
  • Title Have You Been To Jail For Justice?
  • Date of release 2000
  • Other formats MP4 ASF WAV VOX AAC MMF FLAC
  • Genre Rock / Reggae / Blues / Folk music
  • Size MP3 1916 mb
  • Size FLAC 1579 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 994

Was it Cesar Chavez or Rosa Parks that day? Some say Dr. King or Ghandi Set them on their way No matter who your mentors are It's pretty plain to see That if you've been to jail for justice You're in good company. Well the law is supposed to serve us And so are the police When the system fails It's up to us to speak our piece We must be ever vigilant For justice to prevail So get courage from your convictions Let 'em haul you off to jail! Have you been to jail for justice? I want to shake your hand 'Cause sitting in and laying down Are ways to take a stand Have you sung a song for freedom Or marched that picket line? Have you been to jail for justice?

Anne Feeney - Rebuild America-Keep Hope Alive 05:09. Anne Feeney - My Brother, Sylvest 02:31. Anne Feeney - Ms. Ogyny 04:12. Anne Feeney - The Internationale 02:44. Anne Feeney - War on the Workers 03:37. Anne Feeney - Have You Been to Jail for Justice? 02:38. Anne Feeney - For Gene Debs 04:35. Look to the Left - Anne Feeney. Original Recordings - Anne Feeney. Heartland - Anne Feeney.

I want to shake your hand Cause sitting in and lyin’ down are ways to take a stand Have you sung a song for freedom? or marched that picket line? Have you been to jail for justice? Then you’re a friend of mine You law abiding citizens, come listen to this song Laws were made by people, and people can be wrong Once unions were against the law, but slavery was fine Women were denied the vote and children worked the mine The more you study history the less you can deny it A rotten law stays on the. books til folks like us defy it The law’s supposed to serve us, and so are the police And when the.

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Peter Yarrow Tribute to Anne Feeney (2001). Have You Been to Jail for Justice is characteristic of Anne’s work not only because of its advocacy, but because it conveys a joyful sense of humor. Like Anne, this song looks at the world with a spirit of community, the spirit of an organizer, people who write and sing from a sense of enjoying people and participating in the life around them even as they recognize the great inequities that we have.

Have You Been to Jail for Justice? Anne Feeney. The Confession (Demo Version). Have You Been to Jail for Justice? Anne Feeney.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Have You Been To Jail For Justice?
Written-By – Anne Feeney
2:38
2 Rebuild America - Keep Hope Alive!
Written-By – Anne Feeney
5:09
3 War On The Workers
Written-By – Anne Feeney
3:37
4 C.E.O.s (The Plane Wreck At Tuzla)
Lyrics By – Anne FeeneyWritten-By [Plane Wreck At Los Gatos] – Martin Hoffman , Woody Guthrie
4:23
5 Maquiladoras
Written-By – Larry Penn
3:14
6 Courage (Diane)
Written-By – Bob Blue
3:49
7 What Ever Happened To The Eight Hour Day?
Written-By – Anne Feeney
3:02
8 Who Da Bitch Now?
Written-By – Eric Schwartz
2:05
9 The Rich Man's House
Adapted By – Kensington Welfare Rights UnionWritten By [The Enemy's Gate] – Traditional
2:59
10 Spoiled Brats Of The Ruling Class
Written-By – Eddie Starr
2:30
11 The Corporate Welfare Song
Written-By – Anne Feeney
4:24
12 Widow's Lament
Written-By – Al Grierson
3:06
13 For Gene Debs
Written-By – Anne Feeney
4:35
14 Flowers Of Auschwitz
Written-By – Al Grierson
3:35
15 Joe Hill
Lyrics By [Intro] – Joe HillMusic By [Intro] – Anne FeeneyWritten-By, Lyrics By – Alfred HayesWritten-By, Music By – Earl Robinson
3:21
16 The Internationale
Written-By, Lyrics By – Eugène PottierWritten-By, Music By – Pierre Degeyter
2:38
Bonus Tracks
17 I Married A Hero
Written-By – Anne Feeney
3:59
18 Ms. Ogyny
Written-By – Anne Feeney
4:12
19 Take Them Down
Written-By – Anne Feeney
4:49
20 My Brother, Sylvest
Written By – Traditional
2:32

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Super 88 Records – SPRD0000-2
  • Recorded At – Silvertone Recording Service
  • Mastered At – Heid Productions
  • Duplicated By – Heid Productions
  • Printed By – Steel Valley Printers

Credits

  • Acoustic Bass – Charlie Chadwick (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15)
  • Acoustic Guitar – Mike McAdam (tracks: 1, 4, 6)
  • Acoustic Guitar [Nylon String] – Mike McAdam (tracks: 5)
  • Autoharp – Jim Hoke (tracks: 6)
  • Clarinet – Jim Hoke (tracks: 8)
  • Clavinet – Jack Irwin (tracks: 13)
  • Drums – Jack Irwin (tracks: 2, 7, 10), Sam Bacco (tracks: 3, 4, 8, 13)
  • Electric Bass – Charlie Chadwick (tracks: 4, 7, 13), Mike McAdam (tracks: 2)
  • Electric Guitar – Mike McAdam (tracks: 4, 7, 14)
  • Guitar – Jon Fromer (tracks: 1, 2, 15)
  • Harmonica – Jim Hoke (tracks: 4)
  • Horns – Jim Hoke (tracks: 7, 13)
  • Orchestrated By – Jack Irwin (tracks: 14, 15)
  • Organ – Jack Irwin (tracks: 2, 13)
  • Percussion – Sam Bacco (tracks: 3)
  • Piano – Jack Irwin (tracks: 7)
  • Producer, Recorded By – Jack Irwin
  • Vocals – Janet Stecher (tracks: 1, 5, 9, 11, 13, 16), Jon Fromer (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 9, 11, 13, 16), Kim & Reggie Harris (tracks: 2, 9, 13), Susan Lewis (tracks: 1, 5, 9, 11, 13, 16)
  • Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Anne Feeney
  • Whistle – Jim Hoke (tracks: 12)

Notes

Tracks 17-19 originally released on "There's A Whole Lot More Of Us Than They Think!" (Anne Feeney, 1991)
Track 20 originally released on "Grafton Street" (Anne Feeney, 1987)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 48418 00022 8