My COVID 19 Playlist: Quarantine’s Over

My COVID 19 Playlist: Quarantine’s Over

Written By: Bill Smith

Well, here we are at last my long, lost friends. It would appear that you have survived whatever post-apocalyptic, Netflix and chill, science will prevail, dystopic doomsday scenario you have conjured up for yourself , or the mainstream media has caused you to buy into. Whatever twist of fate and cunning has propelled your survival to this point, my wholehearted congratulations accompanying your arrival to yet another COVID Playlist, with yours truly!

This playlist is slightly different from my previous offer, it has five additional songs! Of course the same tongue-in-cheek humor, and the intuitive reading between the lines are required, as I do. This attempt has a few more songs of contemplation and angst, which if you have been enjoying any of our most recent podcasts, you will understand. Be that as it may, the music here is nothing short of eclectic, and remarkable. Music has helped me so much through the murky waters of this historical pandemic and globalist ruse. 

I’m so grateful for the outpouring of support and encouragement from the last playlist. I trust this will accompany you as we dig out from the ruins, find our footing in this Brave New World, and do your best to shed your COVID 19…

  1. The Band – I Shall Be Released, from the album “Music From Big Pink”
  2. Blackstreet – Booti Call, from the album “Blackstreet”
  3. Neil Young – Rocking In The Free World, from the album “Freedom”
  4. Son Volt  – Live Free, from the album “Trace”
  5. Public Enemy – Fight The Power, from the album “Fear Of A Black Planet”
  6. Lindsey Buckingham. – Holiday Road, from the album “Solo Anthology”
  7. Faces – Ooh La La, from the album “Ooh La La”
  8. Bob Marley – Redemption Song, from the album “Legend”
  9. Rush – Free Will, from the album “Permanent Waves”
  10. Mark Morrison – Return OfThe Mack, from the album “Return Of TheMack”
  11. Southside Johnny & The Ashbury Jukes’s fest. Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt – It’s Been A Long Time, from the album, “Better Days”
  12. The Beatles – Come Together, from the album “Abbey Road”
  13. Curtis Mayfield & the Impressions – Meeting Over Yonder, from the album “Anthology: 1961 – 1977”
  14. Twenty One Pilots – Ride, from the album “Blurryface”
  15. George Michael – Freedom! ‘90, from the album “Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1”
  16. Crowded House – Don’t Dream It’s Over, from the album “Crowded House”
  17. Richie Kotzen – Dream Of A New Day, from the album “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey Soundtrack”
  18. Non Jovi – Wild In The Streets, from the album “Slippery When Wet”
  19. P.O.D. – Masterpiece Conspiracy, from the album “Satellite”
  20. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Red House, from the album “Are You Experienced”
  21. Aerosmith – Back In The Saddle, from the album “Rocks”
  22. George Thorogood and the Destroyers – Get A Haircuts, from the album “Haircut”
  23. Michael McDonald – Sweet Freedom, from the album “No Lookin’ Back”
  24. The Who – Won’t Get Fooled Again, from the albums “Who’s Next”
  25. Living Colour- Cult Of Personality, from the album “Vivid”
  26. Poison – Until You Suffer Some (Fire And Ice), from the album “Native Tongue”
  27. Beastie Boys -(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party, from the album “License To Ill”
  28. Temple Of The Dog – Hunger Strike, from the album “Temple Of The Dog”
  29. Warren Zevon – Lawyers, Guns, and Money, from the album “Excitable Boy”
  30. Bruce Springsteen – Human Touch, from the album “Human Touch”