It’s National Bird Day – Special playlist inspired by our feathered friends.

In honor of National Bird Day here are some links to music celebrating these original aviators and navigators of Earth. Visit to learn more.

1. Voices Of The Rainforest on Spotify. 
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This special album is a recorded soundscape of a day in the life of the Kaluli people of Bosavi, Papua New Guinea. As the day progresses, one hears birds, water, insects and other ambient voices of the rainforest interspersed with Kaluli songs and instrumental sounds of work, leisure and ritual. The album was recorded with my advanced field recording gear by anthropologist and ethnomusicologist Dr. Steven Feld. 

2. The best of the Grateful Dead's Bird Song.
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Bird Song was first performed by the Grateful Dead in February 1971. It was played regularly through to 1973. It disappeared from the set list for a while and after its return was performed regularly until the last performance in June 1995.

3. Freebird, Lynyrd Skynyrd
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Sweet version recorded Live: 7/2/1977 – Oakland Coliseum Stadium – Oakland, CA

4. Bird On The Wire, Leonard Cohen
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Like a bird on the wire, 
Like a drunk in some old midnight choir 
I have tried in my way to be free. 

5. Rockin’ Robin, Bobby Day
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Bobby Day live performance from TV.

6. Fly like an Eagle, Steve Miller Band
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Live performance from Burt Sugarman's The Midnight Special 

And one last entry we just couldn't forget.

7. Disco Duck, Rick Dees
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