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BAMM.tv Presents, This One's for You: "Episode #1: "Stands Still"

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"Stands Still" (Episode #1) features San Francisco songwriter Phil Lang performing a song about combat for Bill DeWitt, a Vietnam Vet who spent the 25+ years after the war as a substance abuse and family therapist. Lang's song serves as a doorway into an unflinching conversation covering DeWitt's harrowing experience in Vietnam, his observations of the long-term effects of war on Veterans, and how the culpability of war is becoming more distant to the civilian public. Shot at the beautiful Albany Memorial Building (Albany, CA).

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"Stands Still" (Episode #1) features San Francisco songwriter Phil Lang performing a song about combat for Bill DeWitt, a Vietnam Vet who spent the 25+ years after the war as a substance abuse and family therapist. Lang's song serves as a doorway into an unflinching conversation covering DeWitt's harrowing experience in Vietnam, his observations of the long-term effects of war on Veterans, and how the culpability of war is becoming more distant to the civilian public. Shot at the beautiful Albany Memorial Building (Albany, CA).

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