The use of popular music to advocate social change is chronicled in this documentary narrated by Public Enemy's Chuck D. Among the featured artists: James Brown; Bob Dylan; Marvin Gaye; Jimi Hendrix; John Lennon; Bob Marley; Bruce Springsteen; Sting; and U2. The program recalls the union movement's role in using protest songs; and explores the music of the 1960s. It also includes insights from U2's Bono and rock critic Charles Shaar Murray.
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