Wooly Bully, Good Vibrations, Black is Black, Brown Eyed Girl, White Rabbit, Whiter Shade of Pale, Time of the Season, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Brown, With a Little Help From My Friends, Closer to Home, Going Up the Country, Green Eyed Lady, American Woman, American Pie, California Dreamin, What a Wonderful World, Whats Goin On, Ballad of the Green Berets, Where Have All the Flowers Gone, Incense and Peppermints, War , Universal Soldier, Eve of Destruction, Sky Pilot...
Every 60's music you currently hear on televison commercials and TV series are Vietnam era music.
To quote some officers in Vietnam, "...the only war we had."
The Cold War; Vietnam was a "hot" battle of the cold war.
See website: Vietnam War Poetry
1960s/70s music had a cause (had a purpose). They told a story or ballad, which combined with the turmoil of those times (hate/war/etc) caused some serious rock and roll music.
All of today's jets have guns on them thanks to the Vietnam war.
Some people were against the Vietnam War because young men were being drafted to fight in the war.
None. The US is not at war with Iraq. In Vietnam, the US was at war with North Vietnam.
1 of the disadvantages of the Vietnam war for the US soldiers were that Vietnam soldiers were stupid.
well Vietnam was one
Some Americans didn't care about the Vietnam war.......
American Civil War & Vietnam War.
During the Vietnam War, many artists protested the war in their art and music. This war was called the television war because it was then that the rest of the world could see what was going on during the war. The songs were anti-war and sang about the soldiers wanting to get out even if the war wasn't won.
Of course! Everybody has to fight the Vietnam War because they wanted to stop the Battle and they have to show some guts to fight in the Vietnam War.
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The Vietnam War, was no different from past wars (US Civil War, WW1, WW2, Korean War, etc). Some marriages survived, some marriages did not.
Grunts in Vietnam, hit their selector switch and threw their M16s on "Rock 'N Roll."
Nearly all of the music from the 60's consists of defiance and protesting; especially the rock 'n roll music. Country music was often supportive of the men and attacked the war, seemingly, less. Whatever the messeges, the young men in Vietnam, 17 thru their 20's enjoyed the music.
See: Statistics from the Vietnam War. Recommended by the History Channel.
The Fighting Men Of The Green Beret was popular song
I remember drinking and movies. Listening to music also.