In a time when patriotism is reaching new lows, the Fourth of July is a time to celebrate that which is great about America, and there are lots of wonderful songs to do just that. But not ‘Born in the USA.’
Filmed in 1987, ‘Black and White Night’ is your best introduction to Roy Orbison.
What distinguishes ‘Born to Run’ is all the familiar tales are told solely in Bruce Springsteen’s voice for the first time, and the new information gains from a consistent, first-person narrative.
It seems Bryan Adams isn’t troubled enough about bigotry to skip countries where women and LGBT folks are jailed and abused. But he will skip Mississippi.
‘Born in the USA’ is a blistering criticism of American society that resonates with Republicans: a poorly led war, the treatment of veterans, inequality of opportunity, and a weak job market.
Dylan’s “Forever Young” is a powerful benediction for young people graduating from high schools and colleges in today’s America for a number of reasons.
How history, culture and family are portrayed in three recent films.
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