My Lost Treasure: Graham Nash
The theme right now on My Lost Treasure is an alphabet/letter theme. We are doing a week of songs for each letter of the alphabet. It's song titles that begin with that letter. So, a week of A songs, a week of B songs, etc. We are currently on the Cs.
I always tell people that I learned more about history from music, Ken Burns, and Jeopardy than I did at school. Back in 1968 when Graham Nash released the song I had no idea about politics or conventions or the Chicago Eight. Today's song is how I learned about The Chicago Eight. When I saw Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young some years ago at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Graham Nash sat down at the piano and performed this song. It made my day. Even if it was raining cats and dogs. I still love this song to this day.
Got a favorite C, D, or E song? Or any song that starts with a letter? Send me your ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on facebbok. Thanks for all the great ideas!
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