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About Pete Morton

Together, Pete Morton and Billy Bragg represented Punk's answer to the folk tradition. After the much ballyhooed fall of communism, a lot of hard-line lefties dropped the socialist torch like a hot potato. Not Pete Morton. If anything, his songs have become more committed to social reform -- to awakening class consciousness, to spreading environmental awareness, to doing everything possible to rescue human dignity from the wages of commodification, boredom and greed. Perhaps it's a loser's game he plays, but Morton's songs remain hopeful, affirmative, and suffused with compassion.

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Listen toPete Mortonon Napster

Together, Pete Morton and Billy Bragg represented Punk's answer to the folk tradition. After the much ballyhooed fall of communism, a lot of hard-line lefties dropped the socialist torch like a hot potato. Not Pete Morton. If anything, his songs have become more committed to social reform -- to awakening class consciousness, to spreading environmental awareness, to doing everything possible to rescue human dignity from the wages of commodification, boredom and greed. Perhaps it's a loser's game he plays, but Morton's songs remain hopeful, affirmative, and suffused with compassion.

About Pete Morton

Together, Pete Morton and Billy Bragg represented Punk's answer to the folk tradition. After the much ballyhooed fall of communism, a lot of hard-line lefties dropped the socialist torch like a hot potato. Not Pete Morton. If anything, his songs have become more committed to social reform -- to awakening class consciousness, to spreading environmental awareness, to doing everything possible to rescue human dignity from the wages of commodification, boredom and greed. Perhaps it's a loser's game he plays, but Morton's songs remain hopeful, affirmative, and suffused with compassion.

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About Pete Morton

Together, Pete Morton and Billy Bragg represented Punk's answer to the folk tradition. After the much ballyhooed fall of communism, a lot of hard-line lefties dropped the socialist torch like a hot potato. Not Pete Morton. If anything, his songs have become more committed to social reform -- to awakening class consciousness, to spreading environmental awareness, to doing everything possible to rescue human dignity from the wages of commodification, boredom and greed. Perhaps it's a loser's game he plays, but Morton's songs remain hopeful, affirmative, and suffused with compassion.

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