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Posted 9/15/07 -
First Phil (Lesh) and Friends Show (with Jerry Garcia) Recorded 9/24/94


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The Ballad of Bernie Madoff

(A song I recently co-wrote with Lennon-McCartny)

I was watching TV the other day and I heard those old guys singing Viva Viagra. I figured they shouldn't have all the fun so i wrote

See Alice

in response.
We tried to get Grace Slick to come out of retirement for this.

The Bushwackers

Beating Around the Bush
a muscial retrospective of the 'W' presidency.


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November 22, 2007


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Music Is Everybody's Possession.
"It's Only Publishers Who Think That People Own It!"

John Lennon

"Music is the means of expression of the spirit. Music is also transient, but the emotions aroused by it can remain with us for a long time. In ancient Greek days this quality was believed to be dangerous to the soul."
Peter Lloyd, Professor of Flute, Manchester University


"Without music, life would be a mistake."

"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music."
Aldous Huxley

"Music is your own experience, your thoughts, your wisdom. If you don't live it, it won't come out of your horn."
Charlie Parker

"I'll play it first and tell you what it is later."
Miles Davis

"The highest purpose of art is to inspire." Bob Dylan

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"If it Sounds Good, it is!"......... Duke Ellington

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'Audio files for Audiophiles'


Remembering John Lennon\
(click to listen)
October 9

Hapyy Birthday John

Celebrating the life of John Lennon. Here are some recordings from my collection which tell a story, not just of John Lennon's music, but also about John Lennon the person. I've included 7 intervies, a rare recording of Lennon's piano work prior to the Imagine Album. As well as several post-Beatles recordings. My favorite is the MSG recording as I was at that show. I don't usually put video on this website because of the bandwidth but I've included a 24 minute video of John Lennon sitting in with Frank Zappa at the Fillmore East in NYC. I've also included the only known recording of Lennon and McCartney playing together after the Beatles breakup.

You are missed John
Your Spirit Lives On!


With rare interviews and Audio and Video Recordings

Piano Compositions-Piano Compositions prior to Imagine Demo Tape

May Pang Tapes- Studio Recordings

Interview WBAX 1974- Radio Pre-Broadcast tape

Interview with Jerry Leviatn- Lennon's interview with a 14 year old boy. Great interview!!!

With Frank Zappa at the Fillmore East Video Excellent (if you can stand Yoko's yowling )

From the Archives - Misc. recordings 1970-1979

Madison Square Garden- One on One Benefit Concert

Sort of a Reunion -John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Harry Nielson and Stevie Wondoer 1974 This is the only known recording of Lennon and McCartney after the Beatles Breakup.




July 9, 2013

Paul McCartney 1

1 Eight Days a Week 7 My Valentine
2 Junior's Farm 8 Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
3 All My Loving 9 The Long and Winding Road
4 Listen to What the Man Said 10 Maybe I'm Amazed
5 Let Me Roll It > Foxy Lady coda 11 I've Just Seen a Face
6 Paperback Writer 12 We Can Work It Out



Paul McCartney 2

13 Another Day 19 All Together Now
14 And I Love Her 20 Lovely Rita
15 Blackbird 21 Mrs. Vandebilt
16 Here Today 22 Eleanor Rigby
17 Your Mother Should Know 23 Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!
18 Lady Madonna 24 Something



Paul McCartney 3

25 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da Encore:
31 Day Tripper
26 Band on the Run 32 Hi, Hi, Hi
27 Back in the U.S.S.R. 33 Get Back
28 Let It Be Encore 2:
34 Yesterday
29 Live and Let Die
35 Helter Skelter
30 Hey Jude 36 Golden Slumbers > Carry That Weight > The End


Wendy Notterson Quartet


Wendy Notterson

Live at the Purple Pit

Concord NH

August 24, 2012


Levon Helm (RIP) Band
Philadelphia Folk Festival, Schwenksville, PA





Heres's a gem I found, its a recording of Taj Mahal and Doc Watson back in 1986. This was recorded off Prarie Home Companion, This is an excellent quality recording with delightful picking (and grinning)

Taj Mahal-Doc Watson
(click above to listen)

1. intro/Corrina| 14. Long Gone
2. Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms 15. (talk: Taj)
3. My Creole Belle 16. Johnny Too Real
4. Don't Let Your Deal Go Down 17. Deep River Blues
5. intros 18. Midnight Train
6. Blue Railroad Train 19. (talk: Doc)
7. East Tennessee/Beaumont Rag 20. (unknown instrumental)
8. St. James Infirmary 21. (hello & intros: Taj)
9. Streamline Cannonball 22. T for Texas
10. Stormy Monda 23. Florida Blues
11. (talk: Taj) 24. (talk: Taj)
12. Cakewalk into Town 25. Deep Elem Blues/credits (fades out)
13. (unknown instrumental)  


What's playing this week. Or, music for a bad back.
I've been laid up with a bum back since New Years.
Fortuanetly the rest of me, including my ears, are in
perfectly fine condition. This is what I've been listening to, and I like it.
I hope you do too!

The following are 4 MP3 recordings of the following music.

James Moody
James Moody
7th International Jazz Festival, Festhalle, Viersen, Germany
Source: Radio
Sound: A

James Moody (as, ts, fl, voc),
Marc Copland (p),
Todd Coolman (b),
Billy Drummond (d)

01. Birks Works 17:05
02. Autumn Leaves 13:03
03. Moody's Mood for Love 4:11
04. Con Alma 25:29
05. Wave 16:28

Time 76:18


Barney Kessel Trio
Barney Kessel
t The Lorne Hotel,
Glasgow, Scotland

Source: Radio
Sound: A

Barney Kessel - Guitar
Ronnie Rae - Bass
John Rae - Drums

1. Dancing in the Dark 7:17
2. C-minor Blues 7:38
3. The Girl from Ipanema 5:48
4. The Song is You 5:00
5. StarEyes 7:25
6. Brazil/Manha de Carnaval medley 6:39
7. Now's the Time 8:28

Time 48:11

Scott Hamilton Septet

Scott Hamilton

Scott Hamilton, tenor
Alan Barnes
Roy Williams. trombone
Brian Lemon, piano
Dave Cliff, guitar
Simon Woolfe, bass
Allan Ganley, drums

BBC broadcast
Berkhamsted Civic Centre, Hertfordshire

March 1999

1. Unknown 06:08
2. I Remember You 17:12
3. How Deep Is the Ocean 11:16
4. All the Things You Are 06:58
5. Unknown 07:35
6. Darn That Dream 07:04
7. Love Me or Leave Me 08:29
8. Unknown 06:38

Total time: 71:29



Location unknown
recorded June 15. 1968

1. Blues 8:34
2. That Old Feeling 10:10
3. Willow Weep For Me 10:35
4. I Remember April 10:17
5. Come Rain or come Shine

Zoot Sims - tenor
Louis Knipp - piano
Jack Brengle - bass
John Ray - drums



Bob Marley

It was 30 years this week since Bob Marely's death. How time flies. Listen to a 1973 recording from the late great musician from the late great Boston radio station WBCN.

Recorded at Paul's Mall Boston .


I've finally digested all the turkey, stuffing and pie.
I've avoided all shopping malls, stores and commercial media for the last three days, in favor of my guitar and a good book.

One of the 'round to it's' I didn't get to yesterday was a YMSK posting in celebration of



So I'll do it today
After all these years I am still awed every time I listen to Hendrix play. He was an absolute master who has influenced countless musicians.

Listen to

Jimi Hendrix and Traffic
Hendrix and Stephen Stills (previous post)
Jimi Hendrix Experience at Winterland 1968



Happy Thanksgiving from

Your Mother Should know Recordings

What better way is there to celebrate Thanksgiving

than by listening to

Arlo Guthrie

The Evolution of Alices Resturaunt
13 different performances of A.R. from


On Nov. 22 1968 The Beatles aka The White Album

was released.

Listen to rehersals and out takes from the album

Rolling Stone

rated #10 on it's top 500 album list.


White Album rehershals and out takes



The Grateful Dead
Watkins Glen

Was the sight of the first large post Woodstock concert in NY.

The show featured the Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers and the Band.

According to the book Long Strange Trip , this concert was inspired by the Dillon Stadium show
which was posted on this website previously.

Listen to the Grateful Dead's set at Watkins Glen whcih is almost 4 hours long. The last segment includes encores with
The Grateful Dead, The Band and The Allman Brothers all playing together.





Buffalo Springfield

Bridge Concert




Some Early
Bob Dylan


With October drawing to a close,
I thought of the 1964 Dylan Haloween show from Carmegie Hall.
While looking for it, I found these other early Dylan recordings
I've been meaning to post for years.
Here they are for your listening pleasure.

I hope you enjoy them!

Happy Haloween!


The Minnesota Party Tape
May 6 1961

Carnegie Chapter Hall, NY
November 4, 1961

53 people were in attendence.

The Minnesota Hotel Tape
Dec 22 1961

Finjan Club,
Montreal, Quebec

July 2, 1962

NY Philharmonic Hall
Haloween 1964
to a sold out crowd


Here is a blistering set from

Chuck Berry

one of the fathers of rock and roll.

Recorded New Years Eve 1988

This is for Trent who requested this recording.



I was scrolling through music on my I pod when I found this chestnut I'd forgotten.

This is Jimi Hendrix and the Beatles together playing

Day Tripper


Just received in trade

Jim Croce's last concert
(this is quite a good audience recording considering the age)


Jim Croce's last concert


Maria Muldaur

Maria Muldaur

I've always liked her music. I lived on Mission Hill in Boston back in the day. Jim Kweskin was my neighbor. It was with his jug band I first heard Maria. Later, I saw her at U Mass when Midnight at the Oasis was popular.

Maria was in town a few weeks ago. I wanted to go but life got in the way. I just got two recordings from her current tour so I figured it would be a good "excuse" to feature some of her music.

Listen to a recording from 1972 when she opened for Bonnie Raitt

a recording from 1974 at a club called Ebbetts Field

and two recordings made in september on her current tour.




Celbrating the Super Bowl
and one of my lifetime favrorite
Rock and Roll Bands

Your Mother Should Know Recordings
is proud to present :

Horton Hears the Who


Horton Hears The Who
(click to listen)

Tommy Demos 1968

Tommy performed Live at Radio City Music Hall 1989

Out takes and rough mixes from Who's Next

The Who - Acoustic Set



Sitting In
This is the first in a series of recordings of musicians who don't usually play together .

With this recording we also celebrate the birthday of
Stephen Stills

who is 65 today

January 3, 2010



Stephen Stills and Jimi Hendrix

Recorded in Stephen Stills Basement in 1968



Stephen Stills and the Grateful Dead
Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, NJ

Black Queen
Aiko Aiko
Dark Star
The Other One
Black Peter
One More Sat. Night
Johnny B Goode


Happy New Years Day

Here are a few more good old recordings
for the New Year


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The Beatles Decca Auditions.

On Jan 1 1962, Decca Records A&R head, Dick Row,e established his place in history when he turned down four liverpool musicians called The Beatles. After the audition Rowe told Brian Epstein "Groups of guitars are on the way out. " You really should stick to selling records.
Beatles Audition

Instead, Rowe Signed Brian Poole & the Tremeloes, who had auditioned the same day, because they lived closer to London. Rowe quickly made up for his misstep by signing the Rolling Stones to Decca... on George Harrison's advice.

(This is actually only 9 of the original 15 tracks which were submitted for audition. I'd be very interested in a complete recording if you have a copy!)

Jan 1, 1962

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Set 1


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Set 2

Grateful Dead
Dillon Stadium, Hartford.
with the Allman Brothers Band.

According to the book Long Strange Trip, this show inspired the Watkins Glen concert which featured the Dead, Allmans, and the Band
Dicky Betts Jerry Garcia
Dicky Betts and Jerry Garcia

I was at this show with my college room mate Rob, and Moodus' brother Paul. For years I've looked for a copy of this show, and I beleive this is most of it.

While I confess my memory of this event could be extremely 'altered', I remember them playing "Mountain Jam" which is not on either of these disks.

Thanks to Paul of 'Twist and Shout Records' for this recording.


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Disk 1

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Disk 2

Jerry Jeff Walker
David Bromberg


WBAI was one of the 'Non Commercial' so called 'underground' radio stations in NY in the 60's. This chestnut was recorded on a Sony TC-360 Reel to Reel and transfered to digital several years ago.







Happy New Years
Your Mother Should Know Recordings.

I started this website about 5 years ago to share the music with my friends and trade recordings. IfIn 2009 YMSK recordings passed 100,000 visitors. Not much by you-tube standards, but this old hippy is not looking to go viral, just enjoy some good music and have some fun. mThank you for visiting Your Mother Should Know Recordings. Happy new Year and enjoy the music

In keeping with what is becoming a new Year's tradition, I'm posting a series of New Years Eve performances from New Years gone by:

40 years ago tonight!!

So, What were you doing 40 years ago tonight?

If you were in NYC at the Fillmore East this is what you would have heard!

(click to listen)

Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypys Fillmore East Dec. 31 1969. SSet 1 SSet 22

If you were in San Fransico you could have heard this.

Quicksilver Messenger Service Fillmore West Dec. 31 1969.

30 years ago tonight!!

Grateful Dead Oakland CA 1979 Set 1 Set 2 Set 3

Alberta Hunter 1979

Other New Years shows!!

The Kinks The Palladium NYC Dec 31, 1980

Chuck Berry 1988

Bella Fleck 1991

Please enjoy these recordings and wishes that 2010 is a happy, healthy and successful year for you.



click to listen

to more New Years Eve Performances by

Louis Armstrong 1954

Taj Mahal 1971

David Crosby 1986

Miles Davis and Prince 1987

Grateful Dead 1988

Dave Mason 2005






The Beatles
Fan Club

Christmas Recordings





Perhaps the primier music event of our lifetime, the Woodstock Music and Art Fair
happened 40 years ago this summer.

August 15-17, 1969
Some of the music from Woodstock has been released commercially.
Through the efforts of a group called the
Woodstock Project
you can listen to the whole festival.

(Click on the ticket to listen.)




Memorial Concert for Herb Pomeroy

(click to listen)

Featuring Gray Sargent the Paul Schmeling trio

Paul Schmeling-Piano
John Repucci-Bass
Artie Cabral-Drums

Gray Sargent-Guitar




Rooftop Concert

The Beatles Final Public Performance

Listen to the rehersalsas well as the complete concert.


Bob Dylan
Rare Footage
Talking World War III Blues




Led Zeppelin's first
known soundboard recording.
Recorded 40 years ago.



"I read the news today, oh boy.."

Delaney Bramlett.

Listen to
Delaney and Bonnie and Friends. W/Duane and Greg Allman
and Eric Clapton



Happy New Year
selected New Year's performances by:

Louis Armstrong - 1954
Taj Mahal - 1971
David Crosby - 1986
Miles Davis and Prince - 1987
Grateful Dead - 1988
Stevie Ray Vaughn - 1989
Dave Mason - 2005


Happy New Year


Arlo Guthrie

The Evolution of Alices Resturaunt 1966-2005
1966 - 2005


The Grateful Dead

Beacon Theater


Benefit Concert for Fred Walecki

a top music store owner and mentor and friend to many So. Cal. Musicians

Aug 8, 2000

George Harrison - Eric Clapton

Songs for Patti

All ThingsMust Pass
Out Takes

26 May 1970 – September 1970

Jerry Gracia - David Grissman

with Bela Flek

Legion of Mary
Merle Saunders - Jerry Garcia

Arlo Guthrie
(Click to listen)

The Evolution of
Alices Restaurant

Listening to Alice's Restaurant on Thanksgiving has become somewhat of a tradition in my house. Over the years I've collected 13 different versions.

Please enjoy these recordings along with YMSK's wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving.


Studio outtakes from
the Sargent Pepper sessions

June 1, 1967

Ricki Lee Jones Starlight Theatre, Kansas City, Missouri, 8/23/82
Blood Sweat and Tears

Child is Father to the Man.

Silver (25tth) Anniversery Show

Danny Gatton Danny and the Fat Boys

The Childe Harold Hotel
Washington DC

March 12, 1974
Paul Simon with
Art Garfunkel
Hearts and Bones 1981-1982
Bob Dylan -Joan Baez

Peace Sunday Rally
Rose Bowl
Pasadena California
Ani DiFranco Selected Concerts 1994-2006
Santana and Derek and the Dominos Village Recorder Studio jams- San Francisco October 18 1970
Jerry Garcia and Friends
(Jorma Kaukonen Jack Cassady - Mickey Hart - Spencer Dryden )
2400 Fulton Street - Jefferson Airplane House San Francisco, CA 10/28/69
Grateful Dead with Stephen Stills

Brendan Byrne Arena,
East Rutherford, NJ
Set 3

Jimi Hendrix Oklahoma University May 8, 1970
Allman Brothers American University Dec. 13, 1970
Janis Joplin Capitol Theatre
Port Chester NY
Aug 8, 1970
The Grateful Dead The Warfield Theatre


The Beatles Out takes and alternate mixes from the

Arlo Guthrie

The Evolution of Alices Resturaunt 1966-2005
This one's HOT !!!

The Duke Robillard Band
New Morning
Paris, France
October 2006
The Grateful Dead Play The Beatles The Grateful Dead and Associated Musicians Play Beatles Songs 1979-2003

Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead and
others share the stage.

Tweeter Center Mansfield, MA
W/ Stevie Wonder and Harry Nillson
Only known live recording with Al Kooper and BS&T's original lineup.
Rooftop Concert
The Beatles Final Public Performance

Listen to the rehersalsas well as the complete concert.
January 30, 1969

Madison Square Garden
"One to One" benefit Concert with Elephants Memory Band

August 30, 1975



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selected New Year's performances by:

Louis Armstrong - 1954
Taj Mahal - 1971
David Crosby - 1986
Miles Davis and Prince - 1987
Grateful Dead - 1988
Stevie Ray Vaughn - 1989

Dave Mason - 2005

Chuck Berry - 1988

(click to listen)


WHO's That??

The Kids Are All Right.
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Judges decision might be final!
The Jazz Nook
(click to listen)

- Miles Davis Quintet Free Trade Hall, Manchester,
England September 27, 1960

- Diana Krall Trio
Recorded Live in Poland1997


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Social, political and ecological
ideas from a progressive perspective.


"Marketing and Pornography are both forms of free speech"

_______________________________Bruce Harley


The results of the election are in. Here in the Granite State a bunch of climate change denyers have won the day.

I've got an idea!!! I heard on the internet that gravity is a left wing conspiracy.

So lets do a test.... I'll hold a rock in the air. Let's vote on what will happen when I let go.

Of course, that's absurd, we can't vote to suspend gravity,... well we can but it will not change the objective reality.

Similarly we can vote for morons who don't want to face the economic realities of climate change. Their policies will not change the objective reality, which is, humans are causing climate change and sticking our head(s) in the sand will not change that objective reality.

Meet the New Boss

Same as the old boss


Watch this workshop

Union of Concerned Scientists
Health Consequences of a Warming Climate

NH Human Health & Economic Impacts

4 Scientists quantify the effects of climate change

Congressman Charlie Bass, Republican NH 2nd district comments.
(If they gave an award for tragic comedy, this performance would win)

Click to watch




It is noteworthy that since September 09, there are more troops under arms than there were when George Bush was president.

This is an errie reminder of Viet Nam.

I thought I was Voting for Peace


American troops currently deployed in 70 countries around the world. We have a limited amount of resources, and we make choices.

The US is not in the top ten countries in health care, education or infant mortality. When you read about someone losing a home, not being able to pay for groceries or the doctor, bridges collapsing as we drive over them,. remember, the trillions of dollars we spend on the military.

The choice to use our resources for domination, yield the results described by the statistics above. Only when the leaders of this country hear the message loud and clear will there be a change.


"We cannot simultaneously prepare for war and peace."

Albert Einstein


"People can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.… All you have to do is tell them they're being attacked and denounce the pacifists for a lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country."

Herman Goering
nazi minister of propeganda


"Somehow this madness must cease. We must stop now.
I speak as a child of God and a brother to the suffering poor. I speak for those whose land is being laid waste, whose homes are beomg destroyed, who's culture is being subverted.
I speak for the poor of America who are paying the double price of smashed hopes at home and death and corruption abroad.
I speak as a citizen of the world, for the world as it stands aghast at the path we have taken.
I speak as an American to the leaders of my own nation. The great initiative in this war is ours. The initiative to stop it must be ours."

Martin Luther King Jr..
Riverside Church NYC 1967

"Civil disobedience. . . is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is that numbers of people all over the world have obeyed the dictates of the leaders of their government and have gone to war, and millions have been killed because of this obedience. . Our problem is that people are obedient all over the world in the face of poverty and starvation and stupidity, and war, and cruelty. Our problem is that people are obedient while the jails are full of petty thieves, and all the while the grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem." -----Howard Zinn,





(oir a reasonable facimile thereof.)


Not since Nikita Khrushchev
has the shoe featured prominantly
in political discourse.

But the world's love for
George Bush
has recently been expressed
via an Iraqi journalists shoe.

If you found yourself
secretly thinking
'hey I wish I'd done that',
now, through the miracle
of modern technology
you can!

go ahead, you know you want to

Click here and
Throw a shoe at Bush!


State of the Union

Hu's on first


TOP 10 reasons why I didn't vote for any Republicans this year!

"I think we must bite the bullet and say no more healthcare for card-carrying Republicans. It just doesn't make sense to invest in longevity for people who don't believe in the future. Let them try faith-based medicine, let them pray for their arteries to be reamed and their hips to be restored, and leave science to the rest of us."

Garrison Keillor

Check out this Front Line documentary

The Dark Side
on Cheaney, Rumsfeld and the Bush Administration's
Response to 9/11

If you’ve not seen it already you
”Loose change 9/11”

Is this what really happened ?


TerrorStorm goes into documented cases of government sponserd terror
Terror Storm

John's Hopkins Study Claims 650,000 Civilian Iraqi Deaths

"The peer-reviewed study, led by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, is based on information (including death certificates, in most cases) from a sample of 1,849 households in 16 of Iraq's 18 provinces and extrapolated for the nation-a practice used in other areas hit by wars or epidemics. Some researchers said the small sample size and sample locations could have distorted the outcome. The study had a range of deaths from 426,000 to 793,000, with a 95 percent statistical confidence level."

This is the same statistical methods which have been used previously in the Baalkans and Africa. The same statistical methods that yielded results accepted by GWB I and Margaret Thatcher.


"Bush dismisses study"
(did you expect otherwise?)

Methodology Of Lancet Iraq Study Defended

Can We Call It Genocide Now? Sunday, 15 October 2006

"You're Either With Us or You're Dead" When does "collateral damage" so dwarf combatant deaths that war becomes genocide?


An interesting look into the founding father's
ideas on reiligion and the new democracy.

Fighting Words for a Secular America

"Don't be to timid or squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment. The more experiements you make the better."
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Click to read the complete uncensord book,
Addicted to War

why the US can't kick militarism

"There is no honorable way to kill, no gentle way to destroy. There is nothing good in war. Except its ending. "
Abraham Lincoln




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