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    Next Stop Is Vietnam: The War On Record (13CD + Buch)

    Next Stop Is Vietnam: The War On Record (13CD + Buch)
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    • Label: Bear Family, 1961-2008
    • Bestellnummer: 8977279
    • Erscheinungstermin: 1.6.2010
    • Tracklisting
    • Mitwirkende

    Disk 1 von 13

    1. 1 The Kingston Trio: Where Have All The Flowers Gone?
    2. 2 The Shirelles: Soldier Boy
    3. 3 Marvin Gaye: Soldier's Plea
    4. 4 Joe Medwick: Letter To A Buddie
    5. 5 Rod McKuen: Soldiers Who Want To Be Heroes
    6. 6 Peter, Paul & Mary: The Cruel War
    7. 7 Dolf Droge: The Infiltration Blues
    8. 8 Dwight D. Eisenhower: President Eisenhower warns of a "military industrial complex" (January 17, 1961)
    9. 9 Bob Dylan: Masters Of War
    10. 10 Jim Reeves: Distant Drums
    11. 11 Wayne Senator Morse: Senator Wayne Morse: "We're at war in violation of the Constitution..." (August 2, 1964)
    12. 12 Morty Gunty: There's A War
    13. 13 Lyndon B. Johnson: President Johnson reports attacks in the Gulf of Tonkin and requests a Congressional resolution (August 4, 1964)
    14. 14 Tom Paxton: What did you learn in school today?
    15. 15 Mr. Where Is Viet-Nam
    16. 16 Phil Ochs: Talking Vietnam
    17. 17 The Powell Sisters (Sandy & Sue): Our Daddy's In Vietnam
    18. 18 Pete Seeger: The Willing Conscript
    19. 19 Tommy Dee: Goodbye High School (Hello Viet Nam)
    20. 20 Janie Hemphill & The Tynsions: Teenage Soldier Boy
    21. 21 Buffy Sainte-Marie: Universal Soldier
    22. 22 Jah Berry: The Universal Coward
    23. 23 Barry McGuire: Eve Of Destruction
    24. 24 The Spokesman: The Dawn Of Correction
    25. 25 The Teachers: We Ain't At War
    26. 26 Tom Paxton: Lyndon Johnson Told The Nation
    27. 27 Simon & Garfunkel: 7 O'Clock News / Silent Night
    28. 28 Private Charles Bowens & The Gentlemen from Tigerland: Christmas In VietNam

    Disk 2 von 13

    1. 1 William Bell: Marching Off To War
    2. 2 Jimmy Jack: Battle Of Vietnam
    3. 3 Hal Willis: The Battle Of VietNam
    4. 4 Johnny Wright: Hello Vietnam
    5. 5 Ray Hildebrand: Hello VietNam (Goodbye My Love)
    6. 6 Ernest Tubb & His Texas Troubadours: It's For God, And Country, And You Mom (The Ballad of Viet Nam)
    7. 7 Jerry Reed: Fightin' For The U.S.A.
    8. 8 Is This A Useless War
    9. 9 Barry Sadler: The Ballad Of The Green Berets
    10. 10 Barry Sadler: Sgt. Barry Sadler Interviewed By Four Students
    11. 11 Lesley Miller: He Wore The Green Beret
    12. 12 Craig Arthur: The Son Of A Green Beret (A Childs Ballad of The Green Beret)
    13. 13 Barry Sadler: The 'A' Team
    14. 14 Staff Sgt. Bob Lay (USMC): Marine's Ballad
    15. 15 Jacqueline Sharpe: Mind Your Manners, Boys
    16. 16 Morley Safer (from CBS-TV): with Marines at the village of Cam Ne (August 5, 1965)
    17. 17 Skeeter Bonn: Off To Viet Nam (In The Green)
    18. 18 Sue Simpson: Soldier In VietNam
    19. 19 June Black: Postmarked VietNam
    20. 20 Mike Thomas: A Fearless Soldier
    21. 21 Everett McKinley Dirksen (Senator): Gallant Men
    22. 22 Bob Hope: Bob Hope introduces Honey Ltd. while on tour in Vietnam (December 1968)
    23. 23 Honey Ltd.: The Warrior
    24. 24 Marty Robbins: Private Wilson White
    25. 25 Eddy Harrison: Danny Fernandez
    26. 26 Eric Burdon & The Animals: Sky Pilot [Part One]
    27. 27 Neil Ray: The Medic
    28. 28 Connie Francis: Nurse In The U.S. Army Corps
    29. 29 Bob Braun & The Hometowners: Brave Men Not Afraid
    30. 30 Henry Cabot Lodge: U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam, Henry Cabot Lodge: "Sensational results..." (1966)
    31. 31 Capt. Ty Herrington (U. S. Special Forces - Green Berets): When The Green Berets Come Home

    Disk 3 von 13

    1. 1 Arthur Weston: Uncle Sam Called Me (I Got To Go)
    2. 2 Shorty Long & The Santa Fe Rangers: Greetings (Uncle Sam Wants You)
    3. 3 Richie Kaye: Here Comes Uncle Sam
    4. 4 J. B. Lenoir: Vietnam
    5. 5 Bob King & the King's Court: The Ballad Of Our Times
    6. 6 Lyndon B. Johnson: President Johnson warns that "there will be some nervous nellies..." (1966)
    7. 7 Combinations: Hey! Uncle Sam
    8. 8 John Lee Hooker: I Gotta Go To Vietnam
    9. 9 Jimmy Hughes: Uncle Sam
    10. 10 The Prophets: Fightin' For Sam
    11. 11 Phil Ochs: The Draft Dodger Rag
    12. 12 The Midnight Sons: Draft Time Blues
    13. 13 The Monitors: Greetings (This Is Uncle Sam)
    14. 14 Keith Everett: Conscientious Objector
    15. 15 The Flying Burrito Brothers: My Uncle
    16. 16 David McReynolds: David McReynolds explains why he burned his draft card (November 6, 1965)
    17. 17 Steppenwolf: Draft Resister
    18. 18 keine Künstlerinformation: The first draft lottery birth date - September 14 - is announced (December 1, 1969)
    19. 19 Verlin 'Red' Speeks: The Red White & Blue
    20. 20 Bing Crosby (1903-1977): Psa To Parents
    21. 21 Victor Lundberg: An Open Letter To My Teenage Son
    22. 22 Every Father's Teenage Son: A Letter To Dad
    23. 23 Brandon Wade: Letter From A Teenage Son
    24. 24 Dewey Jones: Please Mr. Johnson
    25. 25 Becky Lamb: Little Becky's Christmas Wish
    26. 26 The Fawns: Wish You Were Here (With Me)
    27. 27 Lois & Karen: Army Bound
    28. 28 Nancy Nally & Jubilee Wranglers: I Will Wait
    29. 29 Ginger & Jean: What's Been Going On (In VietNam)
    30. 30 The Dells: Does Anybody Know I'm Here?

    Disk 4 von 13

    1. 1 Phil Ochs: I Ain't Marching Anymore
    2. 2 Jones, Matt & Laron, Elaine: Hell No, I Ain't Gonna Go
    3. 3 Donovan: The War Drags On
    4. 4 The Fugs: Kill For Peace
    5. 5 Country Joe & The Fish: I Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die Rag
    6. 6 Joan Baez: Saigon Bride
    7. 7 Pete Seeger: Waist Deep In The Big Muddy
    8. 8 Merv Griffin: Psa Regarding Upcoming 1968 Elections
    9. 9 Peter, Paul & Mary: Eugene McCarthy For President (If You Love Your Country)
    10. 10 Eugene McCarthy (Senator): Senator Eugene McCarthy speaks on Vietnam (January 1968)
    11. 11 Tim Hardin: Simple Song Of Freedom
    12. 12 Richard Nixon (President): President Nixon speaks on Vietnam and the future of America (January 1969)
    13. 13 Paul Revere & The Raiders: Fortunate Son
    14. 14 Moratorium speaker: No More War... (October 1969)
    15. 15 Lay Down (Candles In The Rain)
    16. 16 Ballad Of Two Brothers
    17. 17 Richard Nixon (President): President Nixon complains about "Bums on campus..." (May 2, 1970)
    18. 18 Leroy Van Dyke: Mister Professor
    19. 19 Richard Nixon (President): President Nixon announces "Cambodian Incursion" (April 30, 1970)
    20. 20 Robert Canterbury (Brigadier General): Brigadier General Robert Canterbury, Ohio National Guard, explains what happened at Kent State University (May 4, 1970)
    21. 21 Third Condition: Monday In May (The Kent State Tragedy)
    22. 22 Barbara Dane: The Kent State Massacre
    23. 23 A Kent State student (keine Künstlerinformation): A Kent State student: "They didn't have blanks..." (May 1970)
    24. 24 Arthur Krause (Kent State father): Arthur Krause, Kent State father: "Is this a reason for killing her...?" (1970)
    25. 25 The Beach Boys: Student Demonstration Time
    26. 26 Edwin Starr: War
    27. 27 Freda Payne: Bring The Boys Home
    28. 28 Martha Reeves & The Vandellas: I Should Be Proud
    29. 29 Grand Funk Railroad (Grand Funk): People, Let's Stop The War

    Disk 5 von 13

    1. 1 Dave Dudley: What We're Fighting For
    2. 2 Jack Sanders: The VietNam Blues
    3. 3 Derrik Roberts: There Won't Be Any Snow (Christmas In The Jungle)
    4. 4 Jimmy Holiday: I'm gonna help hurry my brothers home
    5. 5 Ernest Tubb: It's America (Love It Or Leave It)
    6. 6 Johnny Wright: Keep The Flag Flying
    7. 7 Billy Carr: What's Come Over This World
    8. 8 Stonewall Jackson: The Minute Men (Are Turning In Their Graves)
    9. 9 Johnny Sea: Day For Decision
    10. 10 The Beach Bums: The Ballad Of The Yellow Beret
    11. 11 Pat Boone: Wish You Were Here, Buddy
    12. 12 WILLIAM Westmoreland (General): Gen. Westmoreland: "Militarily we have never been in a better relative position in South Vietnam." (1968)
    13. 13 Jim Bullington: We Are Winning
    14. 14 Little Kathy Hoffman: Kathy's Letter
    15. 15 Lee Gillson: Dear Mr. President
    16. 16 Mark Dauler: Letter From A Boy In Vietnam
    17. 17 Garland Frady: Ballad Of The Unknown Soldier
    18. 18 Bill Floyd: Freedom's Cause
    19. 19 Anita Bryant: Psa For Patriotism By Anita Bryant
    20. 20 Bob Withers: "What The..." (Is Going On In Washington)
    21. 21 Merle Haggard & The Strangers: Okie From Muskogee
    22. 22 Spiro Agnew (Vice President): Vice President Spiro Agnew becomes the outspoken voice of the Nixon administration (January 1970)
    23. 23 Tommy Kizziah: Keep Our Country Free
    24. 24 Merle Haggard & The Strangers: The Fightin' Side Of Me
    25. 25 The Senators: War's Cross
    26. 26 Matt McKinney: Ballad Of My Lai
    27. 27 Mike Wallace (CBS News): interview with Paul Meadlo about My Lai (November 24, 1969)
    28. 28 Thom Parrott: Pinkville Helicopter
    29. 29 Terry C Company & Nelson: Battle Hymn Of LT. Calley
    30. 30 William Calley (Lieutenant): Lt. Calley found guilty of crimes at My Lai (March 29, 1971)
    31. 31 The Adams Brothers: The U.S.A. Soldier
    32. 32 Free Blue: Set Calley Free [Part 1]

    Disk 6 von 13

    1. 1 The Doors: The Unknown Soldier
    2. 2 Hugh X. Lewis: War Is Hell
    3. 3 Morley Safer (from CBS-TV): report of a death in the jungle (October 12, 1965)
    4. 4 The Southern Bells: VietNam
    5. 5 Gayle Parker (Seargent): Waitin' For The V.C. To Come
    6. 6 Hank Snow: A Letter From Vietnam (To Mother)
    7. 7 Tommy Finch: Street Without Joy [Part 1]
    8. 8 Lindy Blaskey: Out Here In VietNam
    9. 9 Keine Künstlerinformation (A Soldier): A soldier writes home from "Hamburger Hill" (May 1969)
    10. 10 Donovan: To Susan On The West Coast Waiting
    11. 11 Colleen Lovett: Freckle-Faced Soldier
    12. 12 Tony Scott (Rap) (geb. 1971): The Gentle Soldier
    13. 13 Inez Foxx & Charlie: Fellows In Vietnam
    14. 14 The Shelletts: My Soldier Boy Over There
    15. 15 Ric King: The Return Of A Soldier
    16. 16 My World Ended In South VietNam Sweetheart
    17. 17 Zabka: And They Were Five
    18. 18 Earl EPPS: 4:00 A.M. In Viet Nam
    19. 19 Gene Wyles (Captain): Follow Me
    20. 20 John Laurence (CBS News): interview with a G.I. about "Suicide Walk" (1970)
    21. 21 Don Meehan: Sir, My Men Refuse To Go
    22. 22 Paul Revere & The Raiders: Run Through The Jungle
    23. 23 Glen Campbell: Galveston
    24. 24 Jimmy Cliff: Vietnam
    25. 25 Richard Nixon (President): President Nixon sets out his "Vietnamization" policy (November 3, 1969)
    26. 26 Lefty Pritchett: Vietnam Rotation Blues
    27. 27 Paul Ott: The Soldier's Prayer
    28. 28 The Wilburn Brothers: The War Keeps Draggin' On

    Disk 7 von 13

    1. 1 Hershel Gober: Goodbye Travis Air Force Base
    2. 2 The High Priced Help: Vietnam
    3. 3 Barry Sadler: Saigon
    4. 4 Barry Sadler: Bamiba (Ba Muoi Ba)
    5. 5 The Merrymen: Saigon Girls
    6. 6 Maggie: Saigon Warrior
    7. 7 Unknown singer (keine Künstlerinformation): Battle Hymn Of The Republic Of Vietnam
    8. 8 Robert McNamara (Secretary of Defense): comments on the war's progress (1964)
    9. 9 Dolf Droge: McNamara's Band
    10. 10 Dolf Droge: Southeast Asia's Disneyland
    11. 11 Bill Ellis: Grunt
    12. 12 Hershel Gober: Six Klicks
    13. 13 Hughes "Radioman" George: Ballad Of The Uss St. Francis River
    14. 14 Jim Bullington: Brave Boys
    15. 15 Jim Hatch: The Men Of Mag-16
    16. 16 Dave McKay: I Fly The Line
    17. 17 Tony McPeak: Phu Cat Star
    18. 18 Toby Hughes: Tchepone
    19. 19 The Merrymen: Army Aviation
    20. 20 Bull Durham: Jolly Green
    21. 21 Keine Künstlerinformation (AIR CHECK: AFVN Clip): "This is the American Forces Vietnam Network, where the hits just keep on coming...." (off air, November 1970)
    22. 22 Paul Revere & The Raiders: Armed Forces Radio
    23. 23 Paul Revere & The Raiders: We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
    24. 24 Chris Noel: Introduction To "a Date With Chris" (Afvn Dj Afrts Program 57-A)
    25. 25 Peter, Paul & Mary: Leaving On A Jet Plane
    26. 26 Johnny Cash: Singin' In Vietnam Talkin' Blues
    27. 27 Chuck Rosenberg: Boonie Rat Song
    28. 28 I've Been Everywhere
    29. 29 Played Around And Stayed Around Vietnam Too Long
    30. 30 Bill Ellis: Freedom Bird

    Disk 8 von 13

    1. 1 Phil Ochs: The War Is Over
    2. 2 Plastic Ono Band (MFSL): Give Peace A Chance
    3. 3 Bobby Bloom: Sign Of The "V"
    4. 4 George Jay: The Real Silent Majority
    5. 5 Sam Lightnin' Hopkins: Please Settle In Vietnam
    6. 6 Winding The War Down / McGovern-Hatfield Amendment To End The War
    7. 7 Bobby Zehm: Johnny's Not A Toy Soldier
    8. 8 Henson Cargill: Pencil Marks On The Wall
    9. 9 Coast: Why (A Peace Medley)
    10. 10 Melanie: Peace Will Come (According To Plan)
    11. 11 People!: Chant For Peace
    12. 12 Marvin Gaye: What's Going On
    13. 13 Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
    14. 14 Arlene Harden: Congratulations (You Sure Made A Man Out Of Him)
    15. 15 Richard Nixon (President): President Nixon: "i Call On Hanoi To Release All Pows..." 'off-Air' Radio (1971)
    16. 16 John Canty (Captain U. S.A. F.): Mia/Pow (Prisoner Of War Song)
    17. 17 Carpenter, Norma Jean & Adam, Bobby: Prisoner Of War
    18. 18 Nancy: I Promise I'll Wait
    19. 19 Richard Nixon (President): President Nixon: "Peace with honor in Vietnam" (1/23/73) "Off-air" radio
    20. 20 The Nu Page: When The Brothers Come Marching Home
    21. 21 John Laurence (CBS News): A cease fire has come.... (1/27/73)
    22. 22 Bob Glover: The Story Of Vietnam
    23. 23 Reports On Pow Releases (February 1973) Afvn 'air Check'
    24. 24 Billy Holeman: Prisoner Of War (Welcome Back Home)
    25. 25 Eldon Fault: Welcome Home Pow

    Disk 9 von 13

    1. 1 All Of The Above: The War Is Over
    2. 2 David L. Cash: We Are Glad That Our Boys Are Coming Home
    3. 3 Bill Moss & The Celestials: Welcome The Boys Back Home
    4. 4 Mick Lloyd: A Long Long Time Ago
    5. 5 Robin St. Pierre: Ballad Of The Plastic Prince
    6. 6 The Audition: Returning Home From Vietnam
    7. 7 William Jr. Dr. Truly: (The Two Wars Of) Old Black Joe
    8. 8 Wallace Terry: interviews black fighting men in Vietnam
    9. 9 Kenny Rogers & The First Edition: Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
    10. 10 John Prine: Sam Stone
    11. 11 Keine Künstlerinformation (News Broadcast): Hanoi Hannah News Broadcast Excerpt, Courtesy of the U.S. National Archives (1966)
    12. 12 Roger McGuinn: Hanoi Hannah
    13. 13 Jane Fonda: Hanoi Press Conference Excerpt Courtesy of the U.S. National Archives (1972)
    14. 14 Leon Rausch: Hanoi Jane
    15. 15 The Covered Wagon Musicians: Napalm Sticks To Kids
    16. 16 Gordon Sinclair: The Americans (A Canadian's Opinion)
    17. 17 Charles Ashman: An American's Answer (To Gordon Sinclair)
    18. 18 Jimmy Carter: Text of President Jimmy Carter's pardon for draft dodgers (January 21, 1977)
    19. 19 Bob Aden: True Red White & Blue Never Run (Amnesty Be Damned)
    20. 20 John Paul Brennan: Vietnam
    21. 21 Tom Paxton: Born Of The Fourth Of July
    22. 22 Cold Chisel: Khe Sanh
    23. 23 Mike Callender: Soldier Of 'Nam
    24. 24 Charlie Daniels: Still In Saigon

    Disk 10 von 13

    1. 1 10 Maniacs: The Big Parade
    2. 2 Johnny Anthony: Long Black Wall
    3. 3 The Statler Brothers: More Than A Name On The Wall
    4. 4 Redgum: I Was Only 19 (A Walk In The Light Green)
    5. 5 Paul Hardcastle: 19
    6. 6 Pete Kennedy & Bound For Glory: 19 In Vietnam
    7. 7 Huey Lewis & The News: Walking On A Thin Line
    8. 8 R.E.M.: Orange Crush
    9. 9 The Bellamy Brothers: Old Hippie
    10. 10 Steve Earle: Copperhead Road
    11. 11 The Dead Milkmen: Beach Party Vietnam
    12. 12 J. C. Weaver: Salute The Boys Of Vietnam
    13. 13 Stu Huggens & The Sussquehanna River Band: They're Still Heroes Today
    14. 14 Fred Parent: Song For The Unsung Soldiers
    15. 15 Reggie Gates & Tim Nowland: Bring 'em On Home From 'nam
    16. 16 Joleen Benoit: The Forgotten Man
    17. 17 Cathy Winter: The Vets' Song
    18. 18 Jeffrey D's: Veteran's Song (Welcome Home)
    19. 19 Pat Murphy: Combat Vet

    Disk 11 von 13

    1. 1 Hoyt Axton: Cowboys On Horses With Wings
    2. 2 Old Crow Medicine Show: Big Time In The Jungle
    3. 3 Bruce Springsteen (geb. 1949): Galveston Bay
    4. 4 David Ball: Riding With Private Malone
    5. 5 Paul Revere & The Raiders: Ride To The Wall
    6. 6 Big & Rich: 8th Of November
    7. 7 Billy Ray Cyrus: Some Gave All
    8. 8 The Peacemakers: Vietnam Foreign Correspondent
    9. 9 Yanah: The Girl In The Picture (Napalm Girl)
    10. 10 Wes & Victoria: Ballad Of Billy Saigon
    11. 11 David Rovics: Song For Hugh Thompson
    12. 12 Alan Haynes Ross: Back In Vietnam
    13. 13 Pete Seeger & Friends: Bring Them Home
    14. 14 Paulette Carlson: Thank You Vets
    15. 15 Pat And Sons Garvey & Daughters in Touch: Sons And Daughters
    16. 16 Hank Williams Jr.: Don't Give Us A Reason
    17. 17 Chip Taylor: Theme For An American Hero

    Disk 12 von 13

    1. 1 I Ain't Here Alone
    2. 2 Patrick Sky: Luang Prabang
    3. 3 Bill Homans (Merry Airbrakes): Quang Tri City
    4. 4 Stev: Pretty Place
    5. 5 Dick Jonas: Viet Vet
    6. 6 Irv LeVine: Get Me Out Of Vietnam
    7. 7 'Bubba' Lee Jones: I Didn't Go To 'Nam But I Do Give A Damn
    8. 8 Marc Waszkiewicz & Lea Jones: Warspeak
    9. 9 Rick Duvall: Johnny Rambo
    10. 10 Bobby Lee: I Should Have Been In Tokyo
    11. 11 Phil Ferrazano: Bobby's Saigon Boogie
    12. 12 Jessie Nighthawk: A.P.O. San Francisco
    13. 13 Larry Barkemeyer: Borderline
    14. 14 Jim Somers: Dustoff
    15. 15 Country Joe McDonald: The Girl Next Door (Combat Nurse)
    16. 16 John Black: The Women On The Wall
    17. 17 Who Are The Names On The Wall
    18. 18 Michael McCann: The Wall
    19. 19 Bobby Ross (1st Lt.): Finally Welcomed Home
    20. 20 Vietnam: Still Part Of Who I Am
    21. 21 John Black: Dr. Fall

    Disk 13 von 13

    1. 1 Stephen Maxner: Walking Time Bomb
    2. 2 Chuck Price: Leroy's Song
    3. 3 Sarge Lintecum: This Shirt Of Mine
    4. 4 It's Just A Nam Thing
    5. 5 Blind Albert: Shell Shock Ptsd
    6. 6 Stev: Hot L.Z. (Thorazine Shuffle)
    7. 7 Bill Craft: I'm Certified
    8. 8 Lonnie Chance: The Jungleman
    9. 9 Country Joe McDonald: Agent Orange Song
    10. 10 Jimmy Logston: Thanks, Secret Agent
    11. 11 Chuck Price: It Ain't Over 'Till It's Over, Over Here
    12. 12 Jim Walktendonk: The Claymore Polka
    13. 13 Michael J. Martin: VA Shuffle
    14. 14 Chris Noel: Forgotten Man
    15. 15 Veteran's Lament
    16. 16 Larry Barkemeyer: Twenty Years Of Tears
    17. 17 Rick Duvall: What Kind Of Men
    18. 18 Vettz: American Heroes
    19. 19 John Black: Vietnam I'm Dreamin' Dreamin'On
    20. 20 Time To Lay It Down (aka The Wall)