The fabulous dirt sisters - five strong swimmers


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The band used their music to express political ideas, particularly around feminist and peace activism when mobilisations at Greenham Common were just beginning. In the early days of the camp Deb and Dorry used to take their instruments, the saxophone and accordian respectively, to lift the spirits of the protesting women. The Dirt Sisters were regular visitors to Greenham throughout its existence. Their music is often directly inspired by these experiences. ‘Wood Song’, for example, is based on the process of building a fire at the camp, as the feminist activist cultures are woven into the fabric of their songs.

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