Were Conscious Musicians of the Sixties and Seventies Silenced? Conclusion – Bob Marley

Concluded from Part 3 The third and final conscious musician we’re going to focus on in this series is Bob Marley. I talked a little bit about Bob in part one, and in my opinion, it’s just as palpable that the cabal would’ve had multiple reasons to silence his influential voice as it is with … Continue reading Were Conscious Musicians of the Sixties and Seventies Silenced? Conclusion – Bob Marley

Were Conscious Musicians of the Sixties and Seventies Silenced? Part 3 – John Lennon

Continued from Part 2 We’re now going to turn our focus onto John Lennon. For those of you who don’t know anything about him, John Lennon was a member of the forever-popular group The Beatles until going solo. With The Beatles and by himself, Lennon showed the establishment that a single person can motivate and … Continue reading Were Conscious Musicians of the Sixties and Seventies Silenced? Part 3 – John Lennon

Were Conscious Musicians of the Sixties and Seventies Silenced? Part 2 – Jimi Hendrix

  The first musician I’d like to discuss is Jimi Hendrix. Beyond his hippie status, Hendrix brought much more to music and to the development of the guitar than perhaps anyone. Hendrix, like so many others in his day, actively spoke of consciousness and becoming aware. I particularly enjoy a mainstream interview he did in … Continue reading Were Conscious Musicians of the Sixties and Seventies Silenced? Part 2 – Jimi Hendrix

Were Conscious Musicians of the Sixties and Seventies Silenced? – Part 1

(WordPress.com has suspended my primary Wes Annac account. I’ll be posting this series and everything else from my wife’s account.) Written by Wes Annac We each have the ability to use our voices and stand up to the powers that were, proclaiming our collective independence from their oppression and tyranny. We all have something unique to … Continue reading Were Conscious Musicians of the Sixties and Seventies Silenced? – Part 1