Eve of Destruction by P.F. Sloan




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Published on May 30, 2007

recorded live in Los Angeles, August 2006. Sloan's new album "Sailover" is available on Hightone Records at hightone.com. Video by Infostructures.net. Show produced by WesternBeat.com.

In 1965, PF Sloan's heartfelt song "Eve of Destruction," performed by Barry McGuire, became a Billboard number one hit.

The anti-war anthem was one of the first protest songs to make the pop charts. It became the rallying cry for supporters of the 26th Amendment to the Constitution, which changed the voting age from 21 to 18.

Sloan wrote a string of hits in the '60s, including "Secret Agent Man" (recorded by Johnny Rivers), "You Baby" (The Turtles) and "Where Were You When I Needed You" (The Grassroots). - excerpt from the NPR radio program on PF Sloan.


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