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Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth 1967

Time for protest songs. =)

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Comment was by Chris on May 31, 2017 at 6:52am

The Buffalo Springfield song is great.

Some Bands of the Sixties and early Seventies had a positive political voice.

Rap in the late seventies and early eighties also had a political voice.

Of course bands with singers cross political divides.

The Balad of the Green Berets - wasn't that a hit single in 1965?

I don't like many rap musicians because a lot of it is about gang violence and oppression of women. There are always great musicians through generations  that tell stories about political oppression.

Boots Reily (from the 1990's) had music about corruption in the banking industry. He's still a political activist.

Comment was by Mrs.B on May 9, 2017 at 7:47pm

I love that tune!

Comment was by Stephen Brodie on May 9, 2017 at 1:53pm

I don't care what people say the bands of the sixty's were more cooler than bands today.

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