watmartim tu forma de espesar tus inquietudes musicales es extenso, si embargo mis escasos conocimientos del idioma ingles, me lo pones muy difícil si lo tengo que traducir con un traductor de Internet.
Good Gosh ... What personal memories are tagged with this rousing gem ! Mayday '71 in DC and our cell lasted three days of hit-and-run , traffic-snarling guerrilla street strikes . (Oddly , almost all of the folks in their stalled land-barges appeared to be in tolerant agreement with our cause - To shut the city down as a unified protest against the abominable undeclared war in S.E. Asia .) At one point , near our designated target (DuPont Circle) , some very decent sister/brothers' in a G-Town dorm dangled some speakers out of a 4th floor window and blaired "Volunteers" . What then happened , as well as what "didn't happen" -ouch- , served to underscore the duality of the entire movement , sentiment wise . (And yeah , 100 of us were singled-out for 4 1/2 days/nights of torture , something never mentioned anywhere .) Anyway , so many people , myself included , followed the J.A. all the way from "T.S.of Love" to "Got a Revolution" . "Volunteers" - What a GREAT anthem @ 39k feet !
it has been often said, "what happened to the peace/love generations plans for the world?" ....i'll tell ya..we had leaders, the greatest of our generation...Malcolm X, Dr. Martin Luther King, JFK, RFK, John Lennon!.........and what happened?? THEY MURDERED THEM. so if ya think change is easy, think again or stay in bed.......... tune in, turn on and drop out.....get it?