NATO BLUES: A Sunday Night Musical Journey Into Global Politics

One Earth Music gives us a musical rush and push to take a detailed look at Western and American culture and society through music

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‘NATO Blues’ is the first release from One Earth Music, a collection of renegade artists who write about the major issues of our day.

As our readers know, VT supports musical artists and leaders that reach out and extend themselves out past the normal commercial pop culture.  One Earth Music is a label that is reaching out to make humanitarian and political statements through music.   So give your support.

In fact, because music and art reflect the cultural condition, One Earth Music strives to right the course of the degraded musical path that has contributed to the collapse of culture and society throughout the West.

NATO BLUES features youthful performers Maxx Henry (age 13) on drums and vocals – third verse and Nick Brodeur (age 16) on vocals – first verse. It also features Frank Devito, who played for many years with Frank Sinatra, on additional percussion.

One Earth Music have since released four additional tracks – ‘Ecuador’, ‘Refugee’, ‘Walls’ and ‘Animals’.

These can be viewed at the below links or on their YouTube channel at ONE EARTH MUSIC

Ecuador – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZlz0dZWd3w
Refugee – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-PB20ZAEp4
Walls – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6KkRbvu4E0
Animals – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk0XeFr-Suo&t=134s

Oh one more note:  The Saker, an infamous political writer well known to VT readers, plays the guitar solo on our ‘Refugee’ track beginning at 1:32. It’s a very beautiful contribution.

The vocalist on that track is Byron Bordeaux who fronts the Band of Gypsies, a tribute band to Jimi Hendrix with original drummer Buddy Miles and Billy Cox.

Ironically, One Earth Music didn’t have him play guitar (he plays Hendrix note for note) and they are grateful as his focus went into his brilliant vocal parts.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Wondrous proof we and our children aren’t buying into what their selling. Aware that it’s only death which they adore for they can’t or won’t see life is what matters,more than they.

  2. Comfort level and invention have always been the measure to gauge how society changes. Art by nature is political and is the first to assess and illustrate the moment. There is a Blockage when great comfort prevents change as opposed to great discomfort. Change during discomfort is much easier.
    But comfort brings the ability to deal with things not normally on our priority list, and things people have gotten away with for centuries. The lag time is longer but the change is greater, and this new generation will be informed and relentless. So much so, that those clinging to the shore of nostalgia, will be completely surprised by the flash flood. Dreams of tidal waves have been seen for decades, and this year, the waves will take shape, and it is the moment when the surfer times his mount. There is no war, in the hearts and dreams of the young. The zombies are the unwilling, and the superpowers are the individual energy, and the collective of these will be completely unstoppable. It is the return of the ancestors. They come as a tidal wave.

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