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Billy Bragg

Finding inspiration in the righteous anger of punk rock and the socially conscious folk tradition of Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan, Billy Bragg was the leading figure of the anti-folk movement of the '80s. For most of the decade, Bragg bashed out songs alone on his electric guitar, singing about politics and love. While his lyrics were bitingly intelligent and clever, they were also warm and humane, filled with detail and wit. Even though his lyrics were carefully considered, Bragg never neglected to write melodies for songs that were strong and memorable. Throughout the '80s, he managed to chart consistently in Britain, yet he only gathered a cult following in America, which could be due to the fact that he sang about distinctly British subject matter, both politically and socially.

Bragg began performing in the late '70s with the punk group Riff Raff, which lasted only a matter of months. He then joined the British Army, yet he quickly bought himself out of his sojourn with £175. After leaving the Army, he began working at a record store; while he was working, he was writing songs that were firmly in the folk and punk protest tradition. Bragg began a British tour, playing whenever he had the chance to perform. Frequently he would open for bands with only a moment's notice; soon, he had built a sizable following, as evidenced by his first EP, Life's a Riot with Spy vs. Spy (1983), hitting number 30 on the U.K. independent charts. Brewing Up with Billy Bragg (1984), his first full-length album, climbed to number 16 in the charts.

During 1984, Bragg became a minor celebrity in Britain, as he appeared at leftist political rallies, strikes, and benefits across the country; he also helped form the "Red Wedge," a socialist musicians' collective that also featured Paul Weller. In 1985, Kirsty MacColl took one of his songs, "New England," to number seven on the British singles chart. Featuring some subtle instrumental additions of piano and horns, 1986's Talking with the Taxman About Poetry reached the U.K. Top Ten.

Bragg's version of the Beatles' "She's Leaving Home," taken from the Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father tribute album, became his only number one single in 1988 -- as the double A-side with Wet Wet Wet's "With a Little Help from My Friends." That year, he also released the EP Help Save the Youth of America and the full-length Workers Playtime, which was produced by Joe Boyd (Fairport Convention, Nick Drake, R.E.M.). Boyd helped expand Bragg's sound, as the singer recorded with a full band for the first time. The following year, Bragg restarted the Utility record label as a way of featuring non-commercial new artists. The Internationale, released in 1990, was a collection of left-wing anthems, including a handful of Bragg originals. On 1991's Don't Try This at Home, he again worked with a full band, recording his most pop-oriented and accessible set of songs; the album featured the hit single, "Sexuality." Bragg took several years off after Don't Try This at Home, choosing to concentrate on fatherhood. He returned in 1996 with William Bloke.

In 1998, he teamed with the American alternative country band Wilco to record Mermaid Avenue, a collection of performances based on unreleased songs originally written by Woody Guthrie. Reaching to the Converted, a collection of rarities, followed a year later, and in mid-2000 Bragg and Wilco reunited for a second Mermaid Avenue set. While touring in support of Mermaid Avenue, Vol. 2, Bragg formed the Blokes in 1999 with Small Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan. Lu Edmonds (guitar), Ben Mandelson (lap steel guitar), Martyn Barker (drums), and Simon Edwards (bass) solidified the group while Bragg moved from London to rural Dorset in early 2001. One year later, the Blokes joined Bragg for England, Half English, his first solo effort since William Bloke.

In 2004, Bragg collaborated with Less Than Jake for "The Brightest Bulb Has Burned Out," a track included on the Rock Against Bush, Vol. 1 compilation. The two-CD Must I Paint You a Picture? The Essential Billy Bragg appeared in 2003 with initial copies featuring a third bonus CD of collectibles and rarities. The Yep Roc label released the box set Volume 1 in 2006. The set included seven CDs and two DVDs of previously unavailable live footage, and the label simultaneously reissued four titles from Bragg's early back catalog in expanded editions. Billy Bragg spent the next year recording in London, Devon, and Lincolnshire, and 2008 saw the release of Mr. Love & Justice, his first solo effort in six years. Although the Blokes served as Bragg's backing band on the album, a limited-edition package also included a second disc comprised of intimate solo recordings. The bare-bones Woody Guthrie-inspired Tooth & Nail arrived in early 2013 and the following year brought the DVD & CD set, Live at the Union Chapel, which included an encore performance of Life's a Riot with Spy vs. Spy in its entirety as a bonus feature.

In the spring of 2016, Bragg teamed up with American singer, songwriter, and producer Joe Henry to make an album of folk songs inspired by the legacy of the American railroad system. Recorded with a portable recording rig while Bragg and Henry rode an Amtrak line from Chicago to Los Angeles, Shine a Light: Field Recordings from the Great American Railroad was released in September 2016, and followed by a joint concert tour. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Mr. Love & Justice

1. I Keep Faith

2. I Almost Killed You

3. M For Me

4. The Beach Is Free

5. Sing Their Souls Back Home

6. You Make Me Brave

7. Something Happened

8. Mr. Love & Justice

9. If You Ever Leave

10. O Freedom

11. The Johnny Carcinogenic Show

12. Farm Boy

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Track List: Volume II

Disc 1

1. She's Got A New Spell

2. Must I Paint You A Picture

3. Tender Comrade

4. The Price I Pay

5. Little Time Bomb

6. Rotting On Remand

7. Valentine's Day Is Over

8. Life With The Lions

9. The Only One

10. The Short Answer

11. Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards

Disc 2

1. The Only One (Demo)

2. The Price I Pay (Demo)

3. Love Has No Pride

4. That's Entertainment

8. Bad Penny (Demo)

9. Reason To Believe (Live)

10. Must I Paint You A Picture ? (Extended Version)

11. Raglan Road

Disc 3

1. Accident Waiting To Happen

2. Moving The Goalposts

3. Everywhere

4. Cindy Of A Thousand Lives

5. You Woke Up My Neighbourhood

6. Trust

7. God's Footballer

8. The Few

9. Sexuality

10. Mother Of The Bride

11. Tank Park Salute

12. Dolphins

13. North Sea Bubble

14. Rumours Of War

15. Wish You Were Her

16. Body Of Water

Disc 4

1. Party Of God

7. Bread & Circuses

10. Revolution

12. MBH

13. This Gulf Between Us

14. Piccadilly Rambler

Disc 5

1. From Red To Blue

2. Upfield

3. Everybody Loves You Babe

4. Sugardaddy

5. A Pict Song

6. Brickbat

7. The Space Race Is Over

8. Northern Industrial Town

9. The Fourteenth Of February

11. Goalhanger

Disc 6

8. Qualifications

9. Never Had No One Ever

10. Thatcherites

11. All Fall Down

Disc 7

1. St. Monday

2. Jane Allen

3. Distant Shore

4. England, Half English

5. Npwa

6. Some Days I See The Point

7. Baby Faroukh

8. Take Down The Union Jack

9. Another Kind Of Judy

10. He'll Go Down

11. Dreadbelly

12. Tears Of My Tracks

Disc 8

1. Billericay Dickie

2. Mansion On The Hill

3. Glad And Sorry

5. Yarra Song

6. You Pulled The Carpet Out

9. Take Down The Union Jack (Band Version)

13. Danny Rose

14. She Smiled Sweetly

Disc 9
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Track List: Vol. 1

Disc 1

1. The Milkman Of Human Kindness

2. To Have And To Have Not

3. Richard

4. A New England

5. The Man In The Iron Mask

6. The Busy Girl Buys Beauty

7. Lovers Town Revisited

Disc 2

1. Strange Things Happen (Alternative Version)

2. The Cloth (1)

3. Love Lives Here

4. Speedway Hero

5. Loving You Too Long

6. This Guitar Says Sorry (Alternative Version)

7. Love Gets Dangerous (Alternative Version)

8. The Cloth (2)

9. The Man In The Iron Mask (Alternative Version)

10. A13, Trunk Road To The Sea

11. Fear Is A Man's Best Friend

Disc 3

1. Strange Things Happen (Alternative Version)

2. The Cloth (1)

3. Love Lives Here

4. Speedway Hero

5. Loving You Too Long

6. This Guitar Says Sorry (Alternative Version)

7. Love Gets Dangerous (Alternative Version)

8. Like Soldiers Do

9. The Man In The Iron Mask (Alternative Version)

10. A13, Trunk Road To The Sea

11. Fear Is A Man's Best Friend

Disc 4

1. It Must Be A River

2. Won't Talk About It

3. Talking Wag Club Blues

4. You Got The Power

5. The Last Time

6. Back To The Old House

7. A Lover Sings (Alternative Version)

8. Which Side Are You On?

9. It Says Here (Alternative Version)

10. Between The Wars

11. The World Turned Upside Down

Disc 5

1. Greetings To The New Brunette

2. Train Train

3. The Marriage

4. Ideology

5. Levi Stubbs' Tears

6. Honey I'm A Big Boy Now

7. There Is Power In A Union

8. Help Save The Youth Of America

9. Wishing The Days Away

10. The Passion

11. The Warmest Room

12. The Home Front

Disc 6

1. Sin City

2. Deportees

3. There Is Power In A Union (Instrumental)

4. The Tracks Of My Tears

5. Wishing The Days Away (Alternate Version)

6. The Clashing Of Ideologies (Alternate Version)

7. Greetings To The New Brunette (Demo)

8. A Nurse's Life Is Full Of Woe

9. Only Bad Signs

10. Hold The Fort

Disc 7

1. The Internationale

2. I Dreamed I Saw Phil Ochs Last Night

3. The Marching Song Of The Covert Battalions

4. Blake's Jerusalem

5. Nicaragua Nicaraguita

6. The Red Flag

7. My Youngest Son Came Home Today

8. Introduction (Live)

9. Help Save The Youth Of America (Live)

10. Think Again (Live)

11. Chile Your Waters Run Red Through Soweto (Live)

12. Days Like These (Dc Remix)

13. To Have And To Have Not (Live)

14. There Is Power In A Union (With The Pattersons)

15. Joe Hill

16. This Land Is Your Land

17. Never Cross A Picket Line

18. A Change Is Gonna Come

19. A Miner's Life

Disc 8
Disc 9
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Track List: Must I Paint You A Picture?: The Essential Billy Bragg

Disc 1

1. A New England

2. The Man In The Iron Mask

3. The Milkman Of Human Kindness

4. To Have And To Have Not

5. A Lover Sings

6. St Swithin's Day

7. The Saturday Boy

8. Between The Wars

9. The World Turned Upside Down

10. Levi Stubbs' Tears

11. Walk Away Renee

12. Greetings To The New Brunette

13. There Is Power In A Union

14. Help Save The Youth Of America

15. The Warmest Room

16. Must I Paint You A Picture?

17. She's Got A New Spell

18. The Price I Pay

19. Valentine's Day Is Over

20. Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards

Disc 2

1. Sexuality

3. Moving The Goalposts

4. Tank Park Salute

5. You Woke Up My Neighbourhood

7. Sulk

8. Upfield

9. The Fourteenth Of February

10. Brickbat

11. The Space Race Is Over

12. The Boy Done Good

14. Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key

15. My Flying Saucer

17. NPWA

18. St. Monday

19. Some Days I See The Point

20. Take Down The Union Jack (Band Version)

Disc 3

1. A13, Trunk Road To The Sea

2. Fear Is A Mans Best Friend

6. Rule Nor Reason

8. Dry Bed

9. She Smiled Sweetly

10. Take Down The Union Jack

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Track List: Reaching to the Converted

1. Shirley

2. Sulk

3. Accident Waiting to Happen (Red Star Version)

4. The Boy Done Good

5. Heart Like a Wheel

6. Bad Penny

7. Ontario, Quebec and Me

8. Walk Away Renee (Version)

9. Rule Nor Reason

10. Days Like These

11. Think Again

12. Scholarship is the Enemy of Romance

13. Wishing The Days Away

14. The Tatler

15. Jeane

16. She's Leaving Home

17. I Don't Need This Pressure Ron

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Track List: William Bloke

Disc 1

1. From Red To Blue

2. Upfield

3. Everybody Loves You Babe

4. Sugardaddy

5. A Pict Song

6. Brickbat

7. The Space Race Is Over

8. Northern Industrial Town

9. The Fourteenth Of February

10. King James Version

11. Goalhanger

Disc 2

1. As Long As You Hold Me (Demo)

2. Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet? (Demo)

3. Sugar Daddy (Demo)

4. The Space Race Is Over (Demo)

5. Goalhanger (Demo)

6. Upfield (Demo)

7. The Fourteenth Of February (Demo)

8. Qualifications

9. Never Had No One Ever

10. Thatcherites

11. All Fall Down

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Track List: Don't Try This At Home

1. Accident Waiting to Happen

2. Moving the Goalposts

3. Everywhere

4. Cindy of a Thousand Lives

5. You Woke Up My Neighborhood

6. Trust

7. God's Footballer

8. The Few

9. Sexuality

10. Mother of the Bride

11. Tank Park Salute

12. Dolphins

13. North Sea Bubble

14. Rumours Of War

15. Wish You Were Her

16. Body of Water

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Track List: The Internationale

Disc 1

1. The Internationale

2. I Dreamed I Saw Phil Ochs Last Night

3. The Marching Song Of The Covert Battalions

4. Blake's Jerusalem

5. Nicaragua Nicaraguita

6. The Red Flag

7. My Youngest Son Came Home Today

8. Introduction (Live)

9. Help Save The Youth Of America (Live)

10. Think Again (Live)

11. Chile Your Waters Run Red Through Soweto (Live)

12. Days Like These (DC Remix)

13. To Have And To Have Not (Live)

14. There Is Power In A Union

15. Joe Hill

16. This Land Is Your Land

17. Never Cross A Picket Line

18. A Change Is Gonna Come

19. A Miner's Life

Disc 2
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Track List: Workers Playtime

Disc 1

1. She's Got A New Spell

2. Must I Paint You A Picture

3. Tender Comrade

4. The Price I Pay

5. Little Time Bomb

6. Rotting On Remand

7. Valentine's Day Is Over

8. Life With The Lions

9. The Only One

10. The Short Answer

11. Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards

Disc 2

1. The Only One (Demo)

2. The Price I Pay (Demo)

3. Love Has No Pride

4. That's Entertainment

5. She's Got A New Spell (Demo)

6. The Short Answer (Demo)

7. Little Time Bomb (Demo)

8. Bad Penny (Demo)

9. Reason To Believe (Live)

10. Must I Paint You A Picture ? (Extended Version)

11. Raglan Road

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Track List: Back to Basics

1. The Milkman of Human Kindness

2. To Have and to Have Not

3. Richard

4. Lovers Town Revisited

7. The Busy Girl Buys Beauty

8. It Says Here

10. From a Vauxhall Velox

11. The Myth of Trust

13. Island of No Return

14. This Guitar Says Sorry

15. Like Soldiers Do

17. Strange Things Happen

21. Which Side are You On

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Track List: Talking with the Taxman About Poetry

1. Greetings to the New Brunette

2. Train Train

3. The Marriage

4. Ideology

5. Levi Stubbs' Tears

6. Honey I'm a Big Boy Now

7. There Is Power in a Union

8. Help Save The Youth Of America

9. Wishing the Days Away

10. The Passion

11. The Warmest Room

12. The Home Front

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Track List: Brewing Up With Billy Bragg

Disc 1

1. It Says Here

3. The Myth Of Trust

4. From A Vauxhall Velox

5. The Saturday Boy

6. Island Of No Return

7. St. Swithin's Day

8. Like Soldiers Do

9. This Guitar Says Sorry

10. Strange Things Happen

11. A Lover Sings

Disc 2

1. It Must Be A River

2. Won't Talk About It

3. Talking Wag Club Blues

4. You Got The Power

5. The Last Time

6. Back To The Old House

8. Which Side Are You On?

10. Between The Wars

11. The World Turned Upside Down

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Track List: Life's A Riot With Spy vs. Spy

Disc 1

2. To Have And Have Not

3. Richard

4. A New England

5. The Man In The Iron Mask

6. The Busy Girl Buys Beauty

7. Lovers Town Revisited

Disc 2

2. The Cloth

3. Love Lives Here

4. Speedway Hero

5. Loving You Too Long

8. The Cloth

10. A13, Trunk Road To The Sea

11. Fear Is A Man's Best Friend

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Track List: Live At The Union Chapel London

1. Ideology (Live)

2. Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key (Live)

3. Do Unto Others (Live)

4. All You Fascists Bound To Lose (Live)

5. I Aint Got No Home (Live)

6. You Woke Up My Neighbourhood (Live)

7. Never Buy The Sun (Live)

8. Between The Wars (Live)

9. There Is Power In A Union (Live)

10. Goodbye Goodbye (Live)

11. My Flying Saucer (Live)

12. Swallow My Pride (Live)

13. Over You (Live)

14. Valentine's Day Is Over (Live)

15. There Will Be A Reckoning (Live)

16. Sexuality (Live)

17. Handyman Blues (Live)

18. Tank Park Salute (Live)

19. Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards (Live)

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Track List: Tooth & Nail

1. January Song

2. No One Knows Anything Any More

3. Handyman Blues

4. I Ain't Got No Home

5. Swallow My Pride

6. Do Unto Others

7. Over You

8. Goodbye, Goodbye

9. There Will Be A Reckoning

10. Chasing Rainbows

11. Your Name On My Tongue

12. Tomorrow's Going To Be A Better Day

13. Home

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ritchiec53
Woodrow Wilson Guthrie would have loved what he did with his unfinished manuscripts.
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Big talent
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True today.
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Love so many of his songs. Great tunes and very smart and often quippy lyrics.
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A New England is a thing of rare beauty.
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love the juxtapositio n between the between the last two comments. I find it funny how boring and pretentious comments are when accusing others of being boring and pretentious. . . uh oh, did I just create an endless feedback loop?

PS Billy Bragg is fantastic.
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He's boring and pretentious and can't sing
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Billy Bragg is brilliance unabated
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I really like his music greetings from across the pond :)
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Waiting for the great leap forward -BB is the fascist killer! Great version of the stones song, the last time
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Holy s**t, I forgot how great this stuff is
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Been listening to him
since about '88. never tire of Billy Bragg. His heartbreak ballads are brilliantly painful. His music is, in a word, sublime.
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dalek21
One of my most favourite performing artists ever
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If only there were 50 million just like him. Best concert I have ever seen.
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One of my favorites and absolutely brilliant in concert.
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If you can only listen to one artist this year....
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Never heard of this guy. Definitely like a few tunes so far.
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say, wade, have you ever read (or seen) farenheit 451? you should, if you haven't.
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ec_kehoe
where's mention of 1987's 'back to basics'?
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went in to his room and smashed his Billy Bragg record.....d i d n ' t need that communist lecture
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japhyrider54
BRILLIANT! no more need be said, at least by me.
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He penned Kirsti's biggest hit as well!!
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marnold635
this guy is great!!!
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how could they leave 'workers playtime' out of the selected discography? ? ? ? its his best work....

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