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ML 801 (3-LP set)
No Nukes
From The MUSE (Musicians United for Safe Energy) Concerts For A Non-Nuclear Future - Madison Square Garden September 19-23, 1979

Track TitlePerformer
  1. Dependin' On You
  2. Doobie Brothers
  3. Runaway
  4. Bonnie Raitt
  5. Angel From Montgomery
  6. Bonnie Raitt
  7. Plutonium Is Forever
  8. John Hall
  9. Power
  10. Doobie Brothers and John Hall
  11. The Times Are A-Changin'
  12. James Taylor, Carly Simon, and Graham Nash
  13. Cathedral
  14. Graham Nash
  15. The Crow On The Cradle
  16. Graham Nash and Jackson Browne
  17. Before The Deluge
  18. Jackson Browne
  19. Lotta Love
  20. Doobie Brothers and Nicolette Larson
  21. Little Sister
  22. Ry Cooder and band
  23. A Woman
  24. Sweet Honey In The Rock
  25. We Almost Lost Detroit
  26. Gil Scott-Heron
  27. Get Together
  28. Jesse Colin Young
  29. You Can't Change That
  30. Raydio
  31. Once You Get Started
  32. Chaka Khan
  33. Captain Jim's Drunken Dream
  34. James Taylor
  35. Honey Don't Leave L.A.
  36. James Taylor
  37. Mockingbird
  38. Carly Simon and James Taylor
  39. Heart Of The Night
  40. Poco
  41. Cry To Me
  42. Tom Petty
  43. Stay
  44. Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band
  45. Devil With The Blue Dress Medley
  46. Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band
  47. You Don't Have To Cry
  48. Crosby, Stills and Nash
  49. Long Time Gone
  50. Crosby, Stills and Nash
  51. Teach Your Children
  52. Crosby, Stills and Nash
  53. Takin' It To The Streets
  54. Doobie Brothers and James Taylor

    Ry Cooder quote from the accompaning booklet :
    "The threat from nucleur power is the scariest thing in the world. You can't see it, you don't know it's there. Smog you can see. Chemicals you can taste. But the stuff from reactors is invisible. People can't grasp what it can do to them. But we know what's it going to do to generations down the line. It's genetic - a threat to the genetic chain. But this is an issue where people have a chance to do something and actually feel effective. They can't build a reactor unless people let them. If everybody in these target communities were to rise up, it'd all be over."

    Produced by : Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, John Hall, Bonnie Raitt

    Musicians ('Little Sister') :

    © 1979 Elektra / Asylum

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