Memorial Jam Radio

  • Track Count 28
  • Total Length 2:31:01
Sample this playlist
  1. 1 Heroes David Bowie 04:58
  2. 2 Soldier Of Fortune Thin Lizzy 05:12
  3. 3 Fight The Good Fight Triumphlee 05:23
  4. 4 Time Loves A Hero Little Feat 05:24
  5. 5 Living In The U.S.A. Steve Miller 08:45
  6. 6 Jack & Diane John Cougar 04:47
  7. 7 In America The Charlie Daniels Band 03:37
  8. 8 War / No More Trouble Bob Marley and the Wailers 05:57
  9. 9 Brothers In Arms Dire Straits 08:21
  10. 10 Proud Mary John Fogerty & Grateful Dead 03:39
  11. 11 Wooden Ships Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 07:24
  12. 12 Star Spangled Banner Steve Miller Band 01:35
  13. 13 This Is America Jimi Hendrix Experience 05:30
  14. 14 California Girls The Beach Boys 02:20
  15. 15 Dancing In The Streets Country Joe McDonald 02:30
  16. 16 Hot Summer Day It's a Beautiful Day 11:02
  17. 17 Goodnight Saigon Billy Joel 07:57
  18. 18 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down The Band 04:04
  19. 19 Born In The U.S.A. Bruce Springsteen 08:12
  20. 20 Get Up, Stand Up Bob Marley and the Wailers 04:57
  21. 21 U.S. Blues Grateful Dead 06:00
  22. 22 Fly Like An Eagle Steve Miller 11:26
  23. 23 Long May You Run Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 04:45
  24. 24 Livin' In The USA Ronnie McDowell 03:05
  25. 25 Made In America Girls Next Door 03:30
  26. 26 America The Beautiful Ronnie Milsap 02:40
  27. 27 God Bless America Ronnie McDowell 04:37
  28. 28 Imagine John Lennon 03:24
Playlist Description

Memorial Day is one of the best weekends of the year as many of us celebrate by performing the All-American activity of taking a day off of work to eat, drink, and spend time with family and friends.  This playlist is meant as a soundtrack for those get-togethers so point those speakers out your window and flood the backyard barbeque with some hot summer jams.  But this mix is also about America; Memorial Day is, after all, a holiday for honoring those that gave their lives for the country.  The Civil War and the Vietnam War are prominent, the National Anthem is played twice, cities and states are named, and pictures of Americana are painted.  You can hear a cyclical push and pull of American patriotism through these tracks, through both unabashed pride and skeptical concern for the country.  But this mix is also universal.  Soldiers fight for the same reasons (sometimes winning and sometimes losing), heroes are honored, and the pain of loss is felt by everybody.  It would be nice to think that we're all fighting for an end to fighting...imagine that. Happy summer, enjoy the weekend, and cheers!