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Category Archives: Music
In all the hoopla surrounding the 100-year anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, there’s been little said about the enormous impact of the disaster on African-Americans and the music they gifted the world: the blues. The absence of race … Continue reading
The CIA, Tuli Kupferberg and Me CIA Man, written by the late, great Tuli Kupferberg, is one of the Fugs‘ oldest songs. I first heard it live at the Harry Smith Memorial Concert in DC produced by the Smithsonian Institution … Continue reading
My tweet of the day @timothys: Rush Limbaugh calls the first black man elected president “boy.” To the racist white man, America is always Mississippi, circa 1962. (Thanks to the late, great Phil Ochs for the song).
In 1964, I was in eighth grade at the American School in Japan in Tokyo. Being the child of left-leaning missionaries and a recent visitor to Vietnam, I was pretty aware of what was going on in the world but … Continue reading