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Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth” was released in January 1967. The song was written about in problems between law enforcement, live music venues and the youth in L.A. in the mid to late 60’s. Over the years its meaning has been changed depending on who’s listening to it or covering it. I believe that this song has more meaning now than ever, and we should maybe step back and listen to Mr. Still and “Stop, Hey, Whats That Sound? Everybody Look Whats Going Down.”

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