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Radio review: Hillbillies and the devil have all the best tunes

In that brief flowering that was the 1960s, music changed America. The songs of the folk revival destroyed the legalised separation of the races that kept black children in sub-standard schools and their parents at the back of the bus.

16th February, 2008

In that brief flowering that was the 1960s, music changed America. The songs of the folk revival destroyed the legalised separation of the races that kept black children in sub-standard schools and their parents at the back of the bus.

For a while there, it looked as if the young singers could change the world, before their music became an industry and the greed for profits took the place of the need for change. One...

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