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“Music is a world within itself with a language we all understand, with an equal opportunity for all to sing and clap their hands.”

— Stevie Wonder

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On Thursday evening, March 26, at midnight Eastern Time, Bob Dylan released a stunning 17-minute masterpiece dissecting the November 22, 1963 assassination of JFK, entitled “Murder Most Foul.” The lyrics cover material happenings of the 1960s and includes these prescient words: “They killed him once and they killed him twice / Killed him like a human sacrifice / The day that they killed him someone said to me, / ‘Son, The Age of the Antichrist has just only begun.’”

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KQED’s “Country Music” by Ken Burns made us wonder why one of country’s first, biggest crossover stars, Glen Campbell, was not included:

Gentle On My Mind

Glenn Campbell

Recorded: 17-May-67
Songwriter: John Hartford

By The Time I Get To Phoenix

Glenn Campbell

Recorded: 29-Aug-67
Songwriter: Jimmy Webb

Wichita Lineman

Glenn Campbell

Recorded: 27-May-68
Songwriter: Jimmy Webb

Let these music memories set you in the right mood, starting with George Michael and Elton John in a duet, recorded in 1991, of Elton John’s 1974 hit “Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me”:

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