Episode 180: Papa, Don't Lay That Shit On Me w/ Grace Pettis (feat. Eurythmics, Aretha Franklin, Chicago Women's Liberation Rock Band, Allison Russell, Meg Christian, Shaniah Twain)
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Grace Pettis and I celebrate her phenomenal album, Working Woman, by trading feminist country and roots music. We also discuss how Grace uses her platform to benefit people who are marginalized in the music industry, and what being a woman really means.
Here's that Spotify playlist of feminist country music that Grace and I mentioned.
Learn more about Meg Christian on Making Gay History.
- Grace Pettis -- “Any Kind of Girl” (Working Woman) (7:17)
- Eurythmics/Aretha Franklin -- “Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves” (11:26)
- Chicago Women’s Liberation Rock Band -- “Papa, Don’t Lay That Shit on Me” (Papa, Don't Lay That Shit On Me) (18:22)
- Allison Russell -- “Persephone” (Outside Child) (21:03)
- Meg Christian -- “Ode to My Gym Teacher” (31:06)
- Shaniah Twain -- “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” (38:56)
Next week’s topic: Interview w/ Reggie Harris
Podcast intro by Alma Contra, music from Two Cow Garage’s “Stars & Gutters”
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