I am passing on to you , as clearly and powerfully as I can, this gift which was extended to me by the sheer chance of being somewhere at the right time in history and living through it.
|Mike Allen, Joan, Barry Romo walking through the rubble of Gialam Intl Airport after it had been bombed by American B52s during their visit to Hanoi.|
On May 19, 1973 Joan Baez 's amazing anti war statement, Where Are You Now, My Son? entered the Billboard charts. The album contained both new songs and actual field recordings Baez and her party made in the days around massive Christmas bombing raids in Hanoi, North Vietnam in 1972. Read more about Baez's experience in Hanoi here The LP peaked at 138.