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Published on Jan 25, 2012
I first heard this track way back in the 60s, and thought it a pleasant little tune without giving too much thought to the fact that it was actually a protest song relating to the drastic effects of nuclear fallout. Written, in 1962, by a lady by the name of Malvina Reynolds, and performed by several well known artists of that era, including Joan Baez, Marianne Faithfull and The New Seekers; the definitive version, for Monty, was always the one performed by the Searchers, and which reached No.13 in the UK charts in late '64. Some folk claim that the song is about "Acid Rain", rather than Nuclear Fallout, but acid rain would not lend itself to as many decent representative illustrations,........ would it ? The images used have been downloaded from the Internet, and Monty would like to thank all those who have uploaded these freely available images. I have tried in vain to identify what is causing the Copyright infringement but so far no luck ! Any ideas would be welcome.
Here it is then; Mister Monty Zoomer giving this fine old number his best shot, ........ arguably !