Monday, April 18, 2011

Radio KBwD is on the air: the tax day edition

And for a night cap...

In the past, we've always played The Beatles' "Tax Man" for obvious reasons but this time we thought we'd mix it up a little and play a just-as-appropriate tune concerning the erosion of our liberties and freedoms.

Local legends, The Beat Farmers, absolutely killed with this song live as they were huge fans of the band.

Ladies and Gentlemen, from England, its The Kinks displaying the conservative chops of their fellow countryman, Sir Edmund Burke, and performing "20th Century Man."

"I was born in a welfare state

Ruled by bureaucracy

Controlled by civil servants

And people dressed in grey

Got no privacy, got no liberty

Cos the twentieth century people

Took it all away from me."

1 comment:

SarahB said...

We were able to snag a few newbies as they walked their returns to the post boxes last night. Nothing like writing the ugly check to harden one's resolve.