“Blowin’ in the Wind” by Bob Dylan: Though not filled with overt nationalism, “Blowin’ in the Wind” subtly reflects on the freedoms America represents.
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Listening to music on iTunes is so convenient and organized. picplzthumbs The only proper live release of the so-called Mark I; the lineup which, in addition to Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice and Jon Lord, included Rod Evans on vocals and Nick Simper on bass. Unfortunately, the audio quality is not the best, as the result of a recording made by a single microphone, but, even if for pure historical interest, it is an essential listening. The setlist is obviously based on their first two albums, covers included, and lasts for about 50 minutes, as they played in support of Cream, then on their farewell tour. There is also video, albeit of low quality. c. 1610â€”Piacenza, Italy: A fresco by Lorenzo Gabrieri in … Read the restRead more