--Next stop is Vietnam the war on record, 1961-2008.
|Format:||Music CD 2010|
|Availability:||Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies|
ContentsDisc 1. Mister, where is Vietnam? Where have all the flowers gone (the Kingston Trio) ; Soldier boy (the Shirelles) ; Soldier's plea (Marvin Gaye) ; Letter to a buddie (Joe Medwick) ; Soldiers who want to be heroes (Rod McKuen) ; The cruel war (Peter, Paul & Mary) ; The infiltration blues (Dolf Droge) ; President Eisenhower warns of a "military industrial complex" (January 17, 1961) ; Masters of war (Bob Dylan) ; Distant drums (Jim Reeves) ; Senator Wayne Morse: "We're at war in violation of the Constitution" (August 2, 1964) ; There's a war (Morty Gunty) ; President Johnson reports attacks in the Gulf of Tonkin and requests a Congressional resolution (August 4, 1964) ; What did you learn in school today (Tom Paxton) ; Mr., where is Viet-Nam (Bob Necaise & "Lil" Gary D with the Delta Sho-Men) ; Talking Vietnam (Phil Ochs) ; Our Daddy's in Vietnam (Sandy & Sue (the Powell Sisters)) ; The willing conscript (Pete Seeger) ; Goodbye high school (Hello Viet Nam) (Tommy Dee) ; Teenage soldier boy (Janie Hemphill with the Tynsions) ; Universal soldier (Buffy Sainte Marie) ; The universal coward (Jan Berry) ; Eve of destruction (Barry McGuire) ; The dawn of correction (the Spokesmen) ; We ain't at war (the Teachers) ; Lyndon Johnson told the nation (Tom Paxton) ; 7 o'clock news ; Silent night (Simon & Garfunkel) ; Christmas in Viet Nam (Private Charles Bowens & the Gentlemen from Tigerland)
Disc 2. Proud to serve. Marching off to war (William Bell) ; Battle of Vietnam (Jimmy Jack) ; The battle of Viet Nam (Hal Willis) ; Hello Vietnam (Johnnie Wright) ; Hello Viet Nam (goodbye my love) (Ray Hildebrand) ; It's for God, and country, and you Mom (The ballad of Viet Nam) (Ernest Tubb & his Texas Troubadours) ; Fightin' for the U.S.A. (Jerry Reed) ; Is this a useless war (Charlie Moore & Bill Napier) ; The ballad of the Green Berets (SSgt Barry Sadler, U.S. Army Special Forces) ; SSgt. Barry Sadler interviewed by four students ; He wore the Green Beret (Lesley Miller) ; The son of a Green Beret (A child's ballad of the Green Beret) (Craig Arthur) ; The "A" Team (SSgt. Barry Sadler) ; Marine's ballad (SSgt. Bob Lay (USMC)) ; Mind your manners, boys (Jacqueline Sharpe) ; CBS's Morely Safer with Marines at the village of Cam Ne (August 5, 1965) ; Off to Viet Nam (in the green) (Skeeter Bonn) ; Soldier in Viet Nam (Sue Simpson) ; Postmarked Viet Nam (June Black) ; A fearless soldier (Mike Thomas) ; Gallant men (Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen) ; Bob Hope introduces Honey Ltd. while on tour in Vietnam (December 1968) ; The warrior (Honey Ltd.) ; Private Wilson White (Marty Robbins) ; Danny Fernandez (Eddy Harrison) ; Sky pilot (part one) (Eric Burdon & the Animals) ; The medic (Neil Ray) ; Nurse in the U.S. Army Corps (Connie Francis) ; Brave men not afraid (Bob Braun with the Hometowners) ; U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam, Henry Cabot Lodge: "Sensational results
" (1966) ; When the Green Berets come home (Capt. Ty Herrington, U.S. Special Forces, Green Berets)
Disc 3. Greetings (Uncle Sam wants you). Uncle Sam called me (I got to go) (Arthur Weston) ; Greetings (Uncle Sam wants you) (Shorty Long & the Santa Fe Rangers) ; Here comes Uncle Sam (Richie Kaye) ; Vietnam (J.B. Lenoir) ; The ballad of our times (Bob King & the King's Court) ; President Johnson warns that "there will be some nervous nellies
" (1966) ; Hey! Uncle Sam (the Combinations) ; I gotta go to Vietnam (John Lee Hooker) ; Uncle Sam (Jimmy Hughes) ; Fightin' for Sam (the Prophets) ; The draft dodger rag (Phil Ochs) ; Draft time blues (the Midnight Sons) ; Greetings (this is Uncle Sam) (the Monitors) ; Conscientious objector (Keith Everett) ; My uncle (Flying Burrito Brothers) ; David McReynolds explains why he burned his draft card (November 6, 1965) ; Draft resister (Steppenwolf) ; The first draft lottery birth date, September 14, is announced (December 1, 1969) ; The red white & blue (Verlin "Red" Speeks) ; PSA to parents from Bing Crosby ; An open letter to my teenage son (Victor Lundberg) ; A letter to Dad (Every Father's Teenage Son) ; Letter from a teenage son (Brandon Wade) ; Please Mr. Johnson (Dewey Jones) ; Little Becky's Christmas wish (Becky Lamb) ; Wish you were here with me (the Fawns) ; Army bound (Lois & Karen) ; I will wait (Nancy Nally & Jubilee Wranglers) ; What's been going on in Viet Nam (Ginger & Jean) ; Does anybody know I'm here? (the Dells)
Disc 4. Hell no
we won't go. I ain't marching anymore (Phil Ochs) ; Hell no, I ain't gonna go (Matt Jones & Elaine Laron) ; The war drags on (Donovan) ; Kill for peace (Fugs) ; I-feel-like-I'm-fixin'-to-die rag (Country Joe & the Fish) ; Saigon bride (Joan Baez) ; Waist deep in the Big Muddy (Pete Seeger) ; PSA by Merv Griffin regarding upcoming 1968 elections (Freedoms Roll-Call) ; Eugene McCarthy for President (If you love your country) (Peter, Paul & Mary) ; Senator Eugene McCarthy speaks on Vietnam (January 1968) ; Simple song of freedom (Tim Hardin) ; President Nixon speaks on Vietnam and the future of America (January 1969) ; Fortunate son (Paul Revere & the Raiders) ; Moratorium speaker : "No more war" (October 1969) ; Lay down (Candles in the rain) (Melanie with the Edwin Hawkins Singers) ; Ballad of two brothers (Autry Inman & Bob Luman) ; President Nixon complains about "Bums on campus" (May 2, 1970) ; Mister Professor (Leroy Van Dyke) ; President Nixon announces "Cambodian incursion" (April 30, 1970) ; Brigadier General Robert Canterbury, Ohio National Guard, explains what happened at Kent State University (May 4, 1970) ; Monday in May (The Kent State tragedy) (Third Condition) ; The Kent State Massacre (Barbara Dane) ; A Kent State student: "They didn't have blanks
" (May 1970) ; Arthur Krause, Kent State father : "Is this a reason for killing her?" (1970) ; Student demonstration time (Beach Boys) ; War (Edwin Starr) ; Bring the boys home (Freda Payne) ; I should be proud (Martha Reeves & the Vandellas) ; People let's stop the war (Grand Funk Railroad)
Disc 5. It's America, love it or leave it. What we're fighting for (Dave Dudley) ; The Viet Nam blues (Jack Sanders) ; There won't be any snow (Christmas in the jungle) (Derrik Roberts) ; I wanna help hurry my brothers home (Jimmy Holiday) ; It's America, love it or leave it (Ernest Tubb) ; Keep the flag flying (Johnnie Wright) ; What's come over this world (Billy Carr) ; The Minute Men (are turning in their graves) (Stonewall Jackson) ; Day for decision (Johnny Sea) ; The ballad of the Yellow Beret (the Beach Bums) ; Wish you were here, Buddy (Pat Boone) ; Gen. Westmoreland : "Militarily we have never been in a better relative position in South Vietnam" (1968) ; We are winning (Jim Bullington) ; Kathy's letter (Little Kathy Hoffman) ; Dear Mr. President (Lee Gillson) ; Letter from a boy in Vietnam (Mark Dauler) ; Ballad of the unknown soldier (Garland Frady) ; Freedom's cause (Bill Floyd) ; PSA for patriotism by Anita Bryant (1968) ; "What the
" (is going on in Washington) (Bob Withers) ; Okie from Muskogee (Merle Haggard & the Strangers) ; Vice President Spiro Agnew becomes the outspoken voice of the Nixon administration (January 1970) ; Keep our country free (Tommy Kizziah) ; The fightin' side of me (Merle Haggard & the Strangers) ; War's cross (the Senators) ; Ballad of My Lai (Matt McKinney) ; Mike Wallace, CBS News, interviews Paul Meadlo about My Lai (November 24, 1969) ; Pinkville helicopter (Thom Parrott) ; Battle hymn of Lt. Calley (C Company featuring Terry Nelson) ; Lt. Calley found guilty of crimes at My Lai (March 29, 1971) ; The U.S.A. soldier (the Adams Brothers) ; Set Calley free, part 1 (Free Blue)
Disc 6. War is hell. The unknown soldier (the Doors) ; War is hell (Hugh X. Lewis) ; Morley Safer, CBS News, reports a death in the jungle (October 12, 1965) ; Viet Nam (the Southern Bells) ; Waitin' for the V.C. to come (Sgt. Gayle Parker) ; A letter from Viet Nam (to Mother) (Hank Snow) ; Street without joy, pt. 1 (Tommy Finch) ; Out here in Viet-Nam (Lindy Blaskey) ; A soldier writes home from "Hamburger Hill" (May 1969) ; To Susan on the West Coast waiting (Donovan) ; Freckle-faced soldier (Colleen Lovett) ; The gentle soldier (Tony Scott) ; Fellows in Vietnam (Inez & Charlie Foxx) ; My soldier boy over there (the Shellettes) ; The return of a soldier (Ric King) ; My world ended in South Viet Nam, sweetheart (Winola Edmond, Edmond Sisters & the Jordanians) ; And they were five (Zabka) ; 4:00 A.M. in Viet Nam (Earl Epps) ; Follow me (Capt. Gene Wyles) ; John Laurence, CBS News, interviews a G.I. about "Suicide walk" (1970) ; Sir, my men refuse to go (Don Meehan) ; Run through the jungle (Paul Revere & the Raiders) ; Galveston (Glen Campbell) ; Viet Nam (Jimmy Cliff) ; President Nixon sets out his "Vietnamization" policy (November 3, 1969) ; Vietnam rotation blues (Lefty Pritchett) ; The soldier's prayer (Paul Ott) ; The war keeps draggin' on (Wilburn Brothers)
Disc 7. "In country" voices. Goodbye Travis Air Force Base (Hershel Gober) ; Vietnam (the High Priced Help) ; Saigon (SSgt. Barry Sadler) ; Bamiba (Ba Muoi Ba) (SSgt. Barry Sadler) ; Saigon girls (the Merrymen) ; Saigon warrior (Maggie) ; Battle hymn of the Republic of Vietnam (unknown singer) ; Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara comments on the war's progress (1964) ; McNamara's band (Dolf Droge) ; Southeast Asia's Disneyland (Dolf Droge) ; Grunt (Bill Ellis) ; Six klicks (Hershel Gober) ; Ballad of the USS St. Francis River (Radioman George Hughes) ; Brave boys (Jim Bullington) ; The men of MAG-16 (Jim Hatch) ; I fly the line (Dave McKay) ; Phu Cat star (Tony McPeak) ; Tchepone (Toby Hughes) ; Army aviation (the Merrymen) ; Jolly green (Bull Durham) ; "This is the American Forces Vietnam Network, where the hits just keep on coming
" ("off-air" November 1970) ; Armed Forces Radio (Paul Revere & the Raiders) ; We gotta get out of this place (Paul Revere & the Raiders) ; Introduction to "A date with Chris" (Chris Noel, AFVN DJ) ; Leaving on a jet plane (Peter, Paul & Mary) ; Singing in Viet Nam talking blues (Johnny Cash) ; Boonie rat song (Chuck Rosenberg ; I've been everywhere (Chip Dockery & Dick Jonas) ; Played around and stayed around Vietnam too long (Chuck Rosenberg, Saul Broudy, and Bull Durham) ; Freedom bird (Bill Ellis)
Disc 8. Peace, now! The war is over (Phil Ochs) ; Give peace a chance (Plastic Ono Band) ; Sign of the "V" (Bobby Bloom) ; The real silent majority (George Jay) ; Please settle in Vietnam (Lightning Hopkins) ; Winding the war down/McGovern-Hatfield amendment to end the war (Stan Freberg & Lynn Murray) ; Johnny's not a toy soldier (Bobby Zehm) ; Pencil marks on the wall (Henson Cargill) ; Why (A peace medley) (Coast) ; Peace will come (according to plan) (Melanie) ; Chant for peace (People) ; What's going on (Marvin Gaye) ; Happy Xmas (War is over) (John & Yoko and the Plastic Ono Band with the Harlem Community Choir) ; Congratulations (you sure made a man out of him) (Arlene Harden) ; President Nixon: "I call on Hanoi to release all POWs" ("off-air" radio 1971) ; MIA/POW (Prisoner of war song) (Captain John Canty, U.S.A.F.) ; Prisoner of war (Norma Jean Carpenter & Bobby Adams) ; I promise I'll wait (Nancy) ; President Nixon: "Peace with honor in Vietnam" ("off-air" radio 1/23/1973) ; When the brothers come marching home (the Nu Page) ; John Laurence, CBS News: "A cease fire has come" (1/27/1973) ; The story of Vietnam (Bob Glover) ; SP4 Tom Fowlston, AFVN News, reports on POW releases (AFVN "air check" February 1973) ; Prisoner of war (welcome back home) (Billy Holeman) ; Welcome home POW (Eldon Fault)
Disc 9. Searching for closure.: The war is over (All of the Above) ; We are glad that our boys are coming home (David L. Cash) ; Welcome the boys back home (Bill Moss & the Celestials) ; A long long time ago (Mick Lloyd) ; Ballad of the Plastic Prince (Robin St. Pierre) ; Returning home from Vietnam (the Auditions) ; (The two wars of) Old Black Joe (Dr. William Truly, Jr.) ; Wallace Terry interviews black fighting men in Vietnam (1972) ; Ruby, don't take your love to town (Kenny Rogers & the First Edition) ; Sam Stone (John Prine) ; Hanoi Hannah news broadcast excerpt (1966) ; Hanoi Hannah (Roger McGuinn) ; Jane Fonda Hanoi press conference excerpt (1972) ; Hanoi Jane (Leon Rausch) ; Napalm sticks to kids (the Covered Wagon Musicians) ; The Americans (A Canadian's opinion) (Gordon Sinclair) ; An American's answer (to Gordon Sinclair) (Charles Ashman) ; Text of President Jimmy Carter's pardon for draft dodgers (January 21, 1977) ; True red white & blue never run (Amnesty be damned) (Bob Aden) ; Vietnam (John Paul Brennan) ; Born on the Fourth of July (Tom Paxton) ; Khe Sanh (Cold Chisel) ; Soldier of 'Nam (Mike Callender) ; Still in Saigon (the Charlie Daniels Band)
Disc 10. Beyond the Wall. The big parade (10,000 Maniacs) ; Long black wall (Johnny Anthony) ; More than a name on a wall (the Statler Brothers) ; I was only 19 (A walk in the light green) (Redgum) ; 19 (Paul Hardcastle) ; 19 in Vietnam (Pete Kennedy & Bound for Glory) ; Walking on a thin line (Huey Lewis & the News) ; Orange crush (R.E.M.) ; Old hippie (Bellamy Brothers) ; Copperhead Road (Steve Earle) ; Beach party Vietnam (the Dead Milkmen) ; Salute the boys of Vietnam (J.C. Weaver) ; They're still heroes today (Stu Huggens & the Susquehanna River Band) ; Song for the unsung soldiers (Fred Parent) ; Bring 'em on home from 'Nam (Reggie Gates & Tim Nowland) ; The forgotten man (Joleen Benoit) ; The vets' song (Cathy Winter) ; Veteran's song (Welcome home) (Jeffrey D's) ; Combat vet (Pat Murphy)
Disc 11. In the rearview mirror. Cowboys on horses with wings (Hoyt Axton) ; Big time in the jungle (Old Crow Medicine Show) ; Galveston Bay (Bruce Springsteen) ; Riding with Private Malone (David Ball) ; Ride to the Wall (Paul Revere & the Raiders) ; 8th of November (Big & Rich) ; Some gave all (Billy Ray Cyrus) ; Vietnam foreign correspondent (the Peacemakers) ; The girl in the picture (Napalm girl) (Yanah) ; Ballad of Billy Saigon (Wes & Victoria) ; Song for Hugh Thompson (David Rovics) ; Back in Vietnam (Alan Ross Haynes) ; Bring them home (Pete Seeger & Friends) ; Thank you, vets (Paulette Carlson) ; Sons and daughters (Pat Garvey and Sons & Daughters in Touch) ; Don't give us a reason (Hank Williams, Jr.) ; Theme for an American hero (Chip Taylor)
Disc 12. Vets look back. I ain't here alone (Michael J. Martin & Tim Holiday) ; Luang Prabang (Patrick Sky) ; Quang Tri City (Bill Homans (Merry Airbrakes)) ; Pretty place (STEV) ; Viet Vet (Dick Jonas) ; Get me out of Vietnam (Irv LeVine) ; I didn't go to 'Nam but I do give a damn ("Bubba" Lee Jones) ; Warspeak (Marc Waszkiewicz & Lea Jones) ; Johnny Rambo (Rick Duvall) ; I should have been in Tokyo (Bobby Lee) ; Bobby's Saigon boogie (Phil Ferrazano) ; A.P.O. San Francisco (Jessie Nighthawk) ; Borderline (Larry Barkemeyer) ; Dustoff (Jim Somers) ; The girl next door (Combat nurse) (Country Joe McDonald) ; The women on the Wall (John Black) ; Who are the names on the Wall (Michael Martin & Tim Holiday) ; The Wall (Michael McCann) ; Finally welcomed home (1st Lt. Bobby Ross) ; Vietnam, still part of who I am (FPO San Francisco (featuring Bill McKenna)) ; Dr. Fall (John Black)
Disc 13. Vietnam's after-effects. Walking time bomb (Stephen Maxner) ; Leroy's song (Chuck Price) ; This shirt of mine (Sarge Lintecum) ; It's just a Nam thing (Ole 1/27 Grunts) ; Shell shock PTSD (Blind Albert) ; Hot L.Z. (Thorazine shuffle) (STEV) ; I'm certified (Bill Craft) ; The jungleman (Lonnie Chance) ; Agent Orange song (Country Joe McDonald) ; Thanks, secret agent (Jimmy Logston) ; It ain't over 'till it's over, over here (Chuck Price) ; The Claymore polka (Jim Walktendonk) ; VA shuffle (Michael J. Martin) ; Forgotten man (Chris Noel) ; Veteran's lament (Jim Cook & Taylor McKinnon) ; Twenty years of tears (Larry Barkemeyer) ; What kind of men (Rick Duvall) ; American heroes (Vettz) ; Vietnam I'm dreamin' dreamin' on (John Black) ; Time to lay it down (aka The Wall) (Michael J. Martin & Tim Holiday)
Disc 14. Song lyrics (CD-ROM).
Vietnam War, 1961-1975
-- Songs and music.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Music and the war.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Sources.
Political ballads and songs -- United States.
|Publisher|| Hambergen, Germany :Bear Family Records,2010
Selections previously released (p1961-p2010).
Compact disc; in container (32 cm.).
Book comprises The Vietnam War on record: an overview, by Hugo A. Keesing; The Vietnam War: a concise history, by Lois T. Vietri; Music, memory, and the Vietnam War, by Doug Bradley and Craig Warner; The Vietnam experience: a scrapbook; and indexes.
Disc 14 (song lyrics) requires Adobe Flash Player.
13 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.) + 1 book (303 pages : illustrations)