Blowing In The Wind - Bob Dylan
Best version - Peter, Paul and Mary
Great group - I would have offered "Who'll Stop The Rain" by C.C.R., but it came out in the 70s
I am not sure whether this is a 60's song or not, but I was thinking about "We Shall Overcome"
One Tin Soldier! I love it! Never heard the Baez version. I think the one I know was done by Coventry. ??
Can I only pick one?
Masters Of War and/or With God On Our Side by Dylan
The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carrol and/or Only A Pawn In The Game by you guessed it, Dylan
I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-to-Die Rag by Country Joe McDonald (Woodstock version)
I have a two-part hub on that very subject A lot are from the 60s
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Best-10-Pro … ngs-Part-2
I didn't see anyone post Eve of Destruction by Yager & Evans! It was a great song for a "thinker" and wow, has it been coming true! "Some machine's doing it for you" .. so many true lyrics!
Tin Solders and Nixon coming,,,Crosby Stills Nash & Young,,,,that was a sad day in US history
by kygirl89 9 years ago
Why aren't there more political protest songs today?
by Keith Abt 6 years ago
I'm sitting here listening to Stryper, a band I've been a fan of since the 1980s, and "Sing-Along Song" comes on. Suddenly I realized... I *hate* that song with a passion. It's so cheesy and nauseating that it gives me a pain in my chest. Even our most beloved, favorite artists can't hit...
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