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Hagman Songs for the impending apocalypse (57* d) RE: Songs for the impending apocalypse 22 Mar 20

Arthur Brown's "Fire" springs to mind...

There's also the compilation album "Doom and Gloom: Early Songs Of Angst And Disaster 1927-1945":

Blind Willie Johnson         God Moves On The Water         
Roy Acuff & His Crazy Tennesseans         Wreck On The Highway         
Charlie Poole With The North Carolina Ramblers         Baltimore Fire         
Big Bill Broonzy         Southern Flood Blues         
Lulu Belle & Scotty         That Crazy War         
William & Versey Smith        When That Great Ship Went Down         
Karl & Harty                When The Atom Bomb Fell         
G.B. Grayson/Henry Whitter        He's Coming To Us Dead         
Bessie Smith                                         Back Water Blues         
Joe Williams                 Providence Help The Poor People         
The Carter Family         The Dying Solider         
Cofer Brothers                 The Great Ship Went Down         
Kansas Joe & Memphis Minnie         When The Levee Breaks         
Blind Alfred Reed         Explosion In The Fairmont Mines         
Charley Patton                 High Water Everywhere         
Dixon Brothers, The        School House Fire         
Dixon Brothers, The, with Riley Puckett & Clayton McMichen         The Wreck Of The Old Southern Old '97         
Casey Bill Weldon         Flood Water Blues         
The Allen Brothers         Jake Walk Blues         
Richard "Rabbit" Brown         Sinking Of The Titanic         
Carolina Twins                 Off To War I'm Going         
Cauley Family                 Lumberton Wreck         
Asa Martin & James Roberts         Rycove Cyclone         
Blind Willie Johnson         Dark Was The Night - Cold Was The Ground

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