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When All Hell Broke Loose at the First Baptist Church

(No, not that squirrel song)

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Terry Barr recently told of playing Santana songs at his Alabama church in the late 1960’s. I replied with a description of my own experiences, and Terry suggested I turn the post into an article. So if you have any objections to the following elaboration, blame Terry. (For the irony-impaired, don’t blame Terry; read his reminiscences in…

The songs we listen to change us. They shape how we feel and what we do. Let’s share stories of how songs shape our world. Let’s share the experience.

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Music: Discovering the lost and forgotten. Politics: Exposing injustice. Screenwriting: Emotional storytelling.

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