SE0201 – Country, pop et folk engagée de la Guerre du Vietnam

SE0201 – Country, pop et folk engagée de la Guerre du Vietnam

Cette semaine, La Machine se pose en pleine guerre du Vietnam avec des pièces pro-guerre, anti-guerre et de la pop psychédélique Vietnamienne – à entendre !

 

 

 

Jimmy Cliff – Viet Nam

Barry McGuire – Eve Of Destruction

The Spokesmen – The Dawn Of Correction

The Teachers – We Ain’t At War

Bob Necaise & ‘Lil’ Gary D With The Delta Sho-Men – Mr. Where Is Viet-Nam

Jan Berry – The Universal Coward

Joan Baez – Saigon Bride

Nina Simone – Backlash Blues

Ed Faucett – I Think I’ll Run for President

Ernest Tubb – It’s For God, and Country, and You Mom (That’s Why I’m Fighting in Vietnam)

Frankie Laine – Johnny Willow

The Bob Seger System – 2 + 2

Glenn Barber – Go Home, Letter (I Wish I Were You)

Con Tim Và Nước Mắt (Heart And Tears)

Jack Walker – There’s a Boat Leaving Everyday

Mặt Trời Đen (Black Sun)

John J. – Lonely Boy in Viet Nam

Những Đóm Mắt Hoả Châu (Fireballs)

Johnny B. Denton – Tribute to the Disabled Veteran

  1. Sgt. Jerry Stewart – Prisoner of War

Richie Havens – Handsome Johnny

Morty Gunty – There’s A War

Cambodian Rocks – ???

Phil Ochs – Talking Vietnam

Buffy Sainte Marie – Universal Soldier

Tommy Dee – Goodbye High School (Hello Viet Nam)

Sandy And Sue (The Powell Sisters) – Our Daddy’s In Vietnam

Janie Hemphill With The Tynsions – Teenage Soldier Boy

The 67 off-broadway cast – Hair  – The Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In)

 

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