containing extensive artist/song notes, Vietnam War history and recollections by vets on their favourite songs.Two discs of music exclusively by Vietnam veterans.Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to the post author and Teen Librarian Toolbox with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. All thoughts and opinions expressed belong to the individuals that wrote them and do not reflect the views of any outside affiliations including the libraries that we work at, the professional journals that we work with, or VOYA magazine, etc.Thoughts and opinions of guest posters do not represent those of TLT.13-CD set, LP-sized slipcase with 304-page hardcover book. Rarely heard documentary material including patriotic Public Service Announcements, field news reports and intercepted North Vietnamese radio transmissions of Jane Fonda and Hanoi Hannah. Over 330 titles covering all facets of the war and its aftermath featuring The Doors, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Country Joe Mc Donald and dozens of other artists.Never-before-released tracks recorded during the war by in-country soldiers. Next Stop Is Vietnam: The War On Record, 1961-2008 is a stunning, years-in-the-making anthology of the Vietnam War's musical legacy.Presented on 13 CDs with a 304-page book illustrated with numerous archival photographs, this collection examines the war in a powerful and unprecedented way.
She has performed with Linda Rondstadt, Carlos Santana, and Lyle Lovett among others.
My teens are always wanting to do something if they’re hanging around, and more often than not multitask- they love just hanging around, talking, doing crafts and listing to music or a movie in the background, or playing games, so why not give them the space to do that in a theme and run with it for Valentines?
Rolled up jeans, and a button down shirt, or dark blue jeans and rolled up white t-shirt makes your outfit and any of your teens as well.
Even Reeves is well suited to the role; Scott is fickle and distracted, but feels compelled to protect Mike.
The touching campfire scene in which Mike professes his love is at once exhilarating and heartbreaking.