Social Justice Songs - Episode #293

September 19th, 2014
Social Justice Songs - Episode #293

All of the songs this week will be on the theme of social justice, including conversation on that topic with Gungor, Jenny & Tyler, Me In Motion, and Melody Olson.

Songs Played in This Episode (11)
  • How Emptiness Sings Kingdom Coming
    on How Emptiness Sings
    by Christa Wells
  • All These Things Let Love Win
    on All These Things
    by Melody Olson
  • Share The Well International Love Song
    on Share The Well
    by Caedmon's Call
  • This Isn't A Dream Love Through Me
    on This Isn't A Dream
    by Jenny & Tyler
  • Live At Eddie's Attic '11 Crude Greed
    on Live At Eddie's Attic '11
    by David Wilcox
  • Beautiful Things People of God
    on Beautiful Things
    by Gungor
  • The Other Side of Something Esther
    on The Other Side of Something
    by Sara Groves
  • The Great Awakening While We Sing
    on The Great Awakening
    by Leeland
  • Victims of the Age Some Folks' World
    on Victims of the Age
    by Mark Heard
  • From Smallest Seed From Smallest Seed
    on From Smallest Seed
    by Kenny Meeks, Lori Chaffer, Sarah Masen
  • Me In Motion Seek Justice Love Mercy [Live in UTR Studios]
    on Me In Motion
    by Me In Motion

Producer Notes:

This episode has been in development longer than (possibly) any other episode we've done.  We decided we wanted to do a show on the theme of social justice around 4 years ago, and started picking out songs and collecting interview clips on that topic.  Usually once each year, I have had this episode on our production calendar, and for various reasons - mostly related to our lack of available time to research and seek out quality songs - we would scratch this episode and do something else instead.  But we were able to pull the trigger this year, mainly thanks to the research and input provided by one of the UTR Critics (Thank you, Larry Stephan!).  And the end result went beyond my expectations.  We'd love to know what you thought of this show, and if you'd like to see us repeat this theme in a future year.  (Dave)

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