More ecoTunes

iTunes Essentials "Earth Day"Remember that post I did on ecoTunes in June? Well, I am totally convinced (wink) that the folks at Apple have been reading Indications and know a good thing when they see it. On August 4 they released an iTunes Essentials playlist titled “Earth Day.” It contains 75 songs relating to Nature and environmental issues, and you can buy them all for $76.35. So, for you music-lovers out there, here is Apple’s take on ecoTunes.

  • Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology) by Marvin Gaye
  • Big Yellow Taxi by Joni Mitchell
  • I Need to Wake Up (From “An Inconvenient Truth”) by Melissa Etheridge
  • Fall On Me by R.E.M.
  • After the Gold Rush by Neil Young
  • Down to Earth by Peter Gabriel
  • Monkey Gone to Heaven by Pixies
  • Blackened by Metallica
  • (Nothing But) Flowers by Talking Heads
  • Where Do the Children Play? by Cat Stevens
  • Paradise by John Prine
  • Dreamworld by Midnight Oil
  • Before the Deluge by Jackson Browne
  • Planet Earth by Duran Duran
  • Nature’s Way by Spirit
  • Earth Crisis by Steel Pulse
  • Burn On by Randy Newman
  • Don’t Go Near the Water by The Beach Boys
  • Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth by Neko Case
  • Rocky Mountain High by John Denver
  • whose Garden Was This by Tom Paxton
  • Countdown to Extinction by Megadeth
  • If a Tree Falls by Bruce Cockburn
  • Hymn of the Big Wheel by Massive Attack
  • 3 Rs by Jack Johnson
  • Hungry Planet by The Byrds
  • Mother Earth (Natural Anthem) by Neil Young & Crazy Horse
  • Emergency On Planet Earth by Jamiroquai
  • Poison In the Well by 10,000 Maniacs
  • Look Out Any Window by Bruce Hornsby
  • This Land Is Your Land by Woody Guthrie
  • This Land Is Our Land by Todd Snider
  • Johnny Appleseed by Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros
  • Supernature by Cerrone
  • Crazy Horses (Original) by The Osmonds
  • Sacred Ground by Bill Miller
  • Ship of Fools by The Doors
  • The Landscape Is Changing by Depeche Mode
  • My City Was Gone by Pretenders
  • Here Comes the Flood by Peter Gabriel
  • The Road to Hell, Pt. 2 by Chris Rea
  • Last Good Day of the Year by Cousteau
  • My Dirty Stream (The Hudson River Song) by Pete Seeger
  • Fear by Lenny Kravitz
  • Private Revolution by World Party
  • Beef by Boogie Down Productions
  • Saltwater by Julian Lennon
  • Acid Rain by Timbuk 3
  • World Destruction by Time Zone featuring John Lydon & Afrika Bambaataa
  • I Had a Dream I Was Falling Through a Hole In the Ozone Layer by Deee-Lite
  • Breathe by Ministry
  • Tamboritza Lingua by Ani DiFranco
  • Earth Song by Michael Jackson
  • Cuyahoga by R.E.M.
  • Kyoto Now! by Bad Religion
  • Mother Earth by Dave Alvin
  • The Horizon Has Been Defeated (Single Version) by Jack Johnson
  • The Way It Is by Donavon Frankenreiter
  • Air by Galt MacDermot, Melba Moore, Sally Eaton & Shelley Plimpton
  • Man Walks Among Us by Jonathan Richman
  • Sleeping In by The Postal Service
  • Run Straight Down by Warren Zevon
  • What Have They Done to the Rain (Live) by Joan Baez
  • Long Line of Cars by Cake
  • Convenient Parking by Modest Mouse
  • Electricity by Orchestral Manoeuvres In the Dark
  • Out In the Country by Three Dog Night
  • North Sea Oil by Jethro Tull
  • Children Play With Earth by Arrested Development
  • The Trees by Pulp
  • Maybe It’s Imaginary by Kirsty MacColl
  • Everyday Life Has Become a Health Risk by The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy
  • The Oil Song by Steve Forbert
  • The Earth Dies Screaming by Ken Boothe
  • Ecology Song by Stephen Stills

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About Mark S. Meisner

Executive Director of the International Environmental Communication Association (IECA). I also research, teach, write about, and speak on environmental and sustainability communication, media, culture, and policy. Facts are usually facts, but opinions and sense of humour are always my own.
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