Re: [anthroposophy] A digital broadside
- View SourceNo one longs for peace and calm in the land and amongst the people more than the warrior, much like your white blood cells hope you take care your body and soul so it does not have to do what it was meant to do if called upon. It is a shame some of you folks can't crasp that. Try to keep in mind our police, sheriffs, state troopers and national military are volunteers...Bart
- View SourceWhat's your point, child?
Danny <premabrahma@...> wrote:
The New York Times
By JON PARELES
Neil Young unleashes a digital broadside today. His new
album, "Living With War" (Reprise), was recorded and mostly written
three to four weeks ago and as of Friday can be heard in its
entirety free on his Web site, www.neilyoung.com, and on satellite
Mr. Young half-jokingly describes "Living With War" as his "metal
folk protest" album. It's his blunt statement about the Iraq
war; "History was a cruel judge of overconfidence/back in the days
of shock and awe," he sings, strumming an electric guitar and
leading a power trio with a sound that harks back to Young albums
like "Rust Never Sleeps" and "Ragged Glory."
Some songs add a trumpet or a 100-voice choir, hastily convened in
Los Angeles for one 12-hour session. During the nine new songs he
sympathizes with soldiers and war victims, insists "Don't need no
more lies," longs for a leader to reunite America and prays for
In a song whose title alone has already brought him the fury of
right-wing blogs, he urges, "Let's Impeach the President." It ends
with Mr. Young shouting, "Flip, flop," amid contradictory sound
bites of President Bush.
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