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I have heard Mr. Bragg supports an independent England.
He supports a lot of nutty things and a lot of not-nutty things but I lose track. His best song is anti-internment camps, which is an issue that I think we've seen the last of in the first world, so I take it on face value as just a song.
I think being for English Independence is just a genius way to show support for all the other Independence movements. I guess including Welsh and Cornish?Maybe someday London and the home counties will be all that is left of the empire.
Maybe someday London and the home counties will be all that is left of the empire.
I'm not sure if you're a fan of Wilco, but the music doc Man In the Sand(?) was a good watch. It's basically the story of Bragg and Wilco during the Mermaid Ave sessions. Check it outhttp://youtu.be/qDYHidzppwQ
Fair weather fan of Wilco huge fan of Mermaid Ave and Uncle Tupelo .
Nice, I've actually not seen that. Im watching this tonight. Thanks.