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The history of popular music's role in various political and social causes during the rock era.
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This film explores the role that popular music talents, particuarly the rock and folk genres, have played in various social and political causes, including civil and human rights, enviromentalism and peace movements. Along the way, major participants like Tracy Chapman and Peter Gabriel featured along with recordings of their benefit performances at various events like Woodstock and Live Aid. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@home.com>

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