ROGER WILLIAMS - "Born Free" (1966)





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Published on Mar 20, 2009

This song and the movie of the same title were so popular in 1966 that it gives one perspective of how dramatically society has changed (for the worse) since then. Everyone recorded this song, but Roger's was a hit, and a great one at that.

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John Simonet
Music today has no long effect as it did in years past! 
That's because the noise we hear today is not music.
Donna Tobiasen
I was 9 years old when I first heard this on my little transistor radio in August of 1966 growing up In East Islip, N.y.  It was on wmca 570am- the good guys.
Nan Fagan
Donna: I was also 9 when this song first came out as well.
What a beautiful and timeless song.
Billy W
my big sister mary ann took me to the historic art deco kallet theatre in oneida, new york, to see this and thus began my life long advocacy on behalf of animals and the realization that one must live 'free'
Falchion Of Eternity
Reminds me of Burt Bacharach.
Or ferrante and teicher...
Tejon Americano
Shawn McCulley
I was born the same year this song was born!!! Thanks Roger for this gem!!
Shawn McCulley
Saw Roger Williams on a TV special just a couple years before he died. He seemed to have a good sense of humor. He said something like "I made "Autumn Leaves" in 1955 & I've been raking in those leaves ever since!!"
+Ernie Johnson  I remember this song when I went to see my first movie ever as a child.
Silent Hill Downpour brought me here.
Ernie Peru
Roger... What a wonderful piano personality you had...
Ubaldo Castro Jimenez
Me acuerdo de mi juventud. escuchando en el radio la estación 620 la música que llegó para quedarse.
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