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Synopsis:

Ira takes you on a head trip starting with music from the Beatles with their groundbreaking psychedelic song: Tomorrow Never Knows. The music launches into an hour long psychedelic rock and roll trip. Then he examines racial attitudes with a media mash-up of sound bites, followed by comedy from George Carlin who has a list of people who should be killed. Ira wraps things up with a Jaw Jack about resistance and its futility when reaching for your dreams.

Music:

  • Tomorrow Never Knows – The Beatles
  • Pet Sounds – The Beach Boys
  • The Beat Goes On – Vanilla Fudge
  • Some Velvet Morning – Vanilla Fudge
  • The Lantern – The Rolling Stones
  • On The Run – Pink Floyd
  • Time – Pink Floyd
  • Hey, Hey, My, My (Into The Black) – Neil Young & Crazy Horse
  • Purple Haze (Alternate Take) – Jimi Hendrix
  • Black Dog – Led Zeppelin
  • Combination of the Two – Big Brother & the Holding Company (feat. Janis Joplin)
  • Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts – Funkadelic (Feat. Eddie Hazel & George Clinton)

Media Mastication:

  • Unhinged Republican Blames Obama for creating Donald Trump
  • The Myth of Race Debunked in 3 minutes
  • Racist Right Finds New Prominence Via Donald Trump
  • Young Barack Obama Speaks His Mind
  • Maine Governor Paul LePage Calls People of Color “The Enemy”
  • 23 Ways You Could Be Killed If You Are Black in America
  • Donald Trump’s Message to Black Voters Was Correct Don’t Be Mad at the Truth

Comedy:

List of People Who Ought To Be Killed – George Carlin

Jaw Jack:

Resistance (The War of Art) – Ira Harmon

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