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This song is for Pete Seeger and the Water Protectors, b/c our job is not now, nor will it ever be over.

A few years ago I had the opportunity to attend a Clearwater meeting w one of our Great Water Protectors here in the Hudson Valley – Pete Seeger. He asked us to write a song that everybody could sing. I … Continue reading

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Where do you find your song? Will the holes in your pockets leave you all alone?

Brick man rust red Out on the street newspaper in his head Full of words like railroad tracks They pile up in numbered stacks When the gypsy lady drowns out on her sinking ship With the name of the dead … Continue reading

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Where have all the Mad Ones Gone?

The Mad Ones. The Beats. The Inner Heat. “We were all delighted, we all realized we were leaving confusion and nonsense behind and performing our one and noble function of the time, move.” -Jack Kerouac On the Road “A frantic … Continue reading

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