You that never done nothin’…
Joan Baez, Bob Dylan at the 1963 Civil Rights March on WA, D.C.
Photo courtesy of U.S. National Archives & Records Administration
Modifications by Jone Lewis 2001
Bob Dylan released this one 43 years ago, and it still seems appropriate for Memorial Day weekend… Dylanâ€™s song “Masters of War” is a focused outcry of anger and pain directed at the military commanders who wage war. This brilliant political essay, written by UW musicologist Timothy Kinsella, pulls no punches.
Listen to Timothy and Michele Myers tell the story, set to “Masters of War” by Bob Dylan – (WMA, Real)
Listen to more of Honest With Me.
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