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“There’s something happening here, what it is isn’t exactly clear/There’s a man with a gun over there, telling me I’ve gotta beware…” Stephen Stills wrote that just as Neil Young was to later write “Ohio” and John Lennon asked us to Imagine and Give Peace A Chance before having the balls to write that “Woman [...]

Remember protest songs? With songs like Blowing In The Wind, The Times They Are A Changing, We Shall Be Released, Masters Of War, A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall and so many others, Bob Dylan became the Voice for a restless generation speaking out against Nixon, the Vietnam War, speaking for the Civil Rights Movement and [...]

Sometimes, there’s a very thin line between “patriotism” and “fanaticism”. And “patriots’ and “opportunists”.   Share this:EmailPrintFacebookDigg