Welcome to the official web site of the music of Vic Sadot. The site was launched on the same day as Vic’s new CD release, 9/11 Truth & Justice Songs, on September 11, 2011. The CD is now available for download and purchase on CD Baby. This is the third CD by Vic Sadot at CD Baby. The first one was Comin’ Home, a 16 song Cajun/Zydeco & New Orleans R&B CD released in 1997. The second was Broadsides & Retrospectives, a 19 song “Best of 25 Years of Vic Sadot Songs” released in 2005.
NO NUKE BLUES by Vic Sadot, Harvey Wasserman interview, Fukushima on Political Analysis Radio Show by Sandy LeonVest
MAVs Flying Insect Drones. The Political Film Blog is an excellent blog on the cinema and on what’s really happening. I recommend it highly! See also the free song titled “Full Spectrum Dominance” at www dot soundcloud dot com/broadsideballadeer There’s a verse that mentions drones among the other aspects of global control freaks! The song is free. So please “Like” and “Share”!
Alert from Tri-Valley Cares, a BFUU Social Justice Committee partner, has called attention to the plan to ship plutonium bomb cores back and forth from New Mexico to California on public highways. The SJC endorsed the Tri Valley Cares petition at the Sunday, Feb 3 meeting. “To Prevent the Transport of Plutonium Bomb Cores Back and Forth Between Los Alamos, New Mexico and Livermore, California”. Copies of the petition are available at www dot TriValleyCares dot org If you use Facebook, look them up at Tri-Valley CAREs They got very fair coverage in this local NBC report: Plutonium Plan Mobilizes East Bay Community – East Bay activists say Dept of Energy plan is potentially illegal.
No Nuke Blues was first written by Vic Sadot in 1979 about the Three Mile Island accident on the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania. The Crazy Planet Band played at a number of anti-nuclear events and released the song on an LP titled “Ride the Wind” in 1988. That version included a new verse about the nuclear accident in 1986 at Chernobyl in the Soviet Union, now Russia. This acoustic 2012 version has a new verse about the nuclear accident in Fukushima, Japan in 2011. This version has Vic Sadot on vocals, acoustic guitar, and piano accordion. Eric Golub plays violin. This recording was done in Robot Envy Studio in Berkeley, CA with owner Sammy Fielding as sound engineer.