And how exactly does that one go? I remember Burdon had a group called War not a song. He formed it after the Animals. Now if you had said Barrett Strong or Norm Whitfield out of Motown, I'd understand because they wrote the song. But Eric Burdon? I don't think so :?
Burdon did have a good anti-war song which was heard a lot it was called Sky Pilot, which was a term we soldiers used for Chaplains.
yeah, i have it on his greatest hits cd. that song has a real good personification of what a vietnam vet had to go through post war. steve earle's copperhead road is another good one in that genre of music.
jimmi hendrix, all along the watchtower=best vietnam song ever. its almost cliche now using it in a vietnam war movie.
Marksman what are you talking about when you asked if the air/cav was using songs? What woiuld they have used them for? What asault are you referring to? I know you were joking there but I guess I don't get it. :?