March 2011

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I was rummaging on YouTube looking for something else when I came across some footage of Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder at an Iraq Veterans Against The War concert. Eddie in the clip ends up playing a song the audience may think he’s actually written, perhaps for the event he’s appearing at, but actually hasn’t. My guess is, though, that even if he’d introduced it as a version of a 1964 protest song by Phil Ochs called

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