…Next Stop Is Vietnam – The War On Record: 1961 – 2008 (CD1: Mr. Where Is Viet Nam)

Tracks: 28, total time: 76:07, year: 2010, genre: Rock / Funk / Soul / Blues / Pop / Country

S/N Time Song Title
1. 3:25 The Kingston Trio / Where Have All The Flowers Gone
2. 2:44 The Shirelles / Soldier Boy
3. 2:46 Marvin Gaye / Soldier’s Plea
4. 3:44 Joe Medwick / Letter To A Buddie
5. 2:11 Rod McKuen / Soldiers Who Want To Be Heroes
6. 3:31 Peter, Paul & Mary / The Cruel War
7. 2:29 Dolf Droge / The Infiltration Blues
8. 0:27 [dialogue] / President Eisenhower Warns Of A “Military Industrial Complex” (January 17, 1961)
9. 4:35 Bob Dylan / Masters Of War
10. 2:56 Jim Reeves / Distant Drums
11. 0:46 [dialogue] / Senator Wayne Morse: “We’re At War In ViolationOf The Constitution…” (August 2, 1964)
12. 2:35 Morty Gunty / There’s A War
13. 1:31 [dialogue] / President Johnson Reports Attacks In The Gulf OfTonkin And Requests A Congressional Resolution (August 4, 1964)
14. 1:48 Tom Paxton / What Did You Learn In School Today
15. 3:24 Bob Necaise & ‘Lil’ Gary D With The Delta Sho-Men / Mr. WhereIs Viet-Nam
16. 3:39 Phil Ochs / Talking Vietnam
17. 2:19 Sandy And Sue (The Powell Sisters) / Our Daddy’s In Vietnam
18. 2:16 Pete Seeger / The Willing Conscript
19. 2:32 Tommy Dee / Goodbye High School (Hello Viet Nam)
20. 2:41 Janie Hemphill With The Tynsions / Teenage Soldier Boy
21. 2:21 Buffy Sainte Marie / Universal Soldier
22. 3:07 Jan Berry / The Universal Coward
23. 3:36 Barry McGuire / Eve Of Destruction
24. 3:29 The Spokesmen / The Dawn Of Correction
25. 3:01 The Teachers / We Ain’t At War
26. 3:07 Tom Paxton / Lyndon Johnson Told The Nation
27. 2:06 Simon & Garfunkel / 7 O’Clock News[forward-slash]Silent Night
28. 3:10 Private Charles Bowens & The Gentlemen From Tigerland / Christmas In Viet Nam