Big Brother and the Holding Company - Full Concert Recorded Live: 8/16/1968 - San Francisco (San Francisco, CA)
0:00:00 - Down On Me 0:02:34 - Cuckoo 0:07:36 - Interview Part 1 0:08:29 - In the Hall of the Mountain King 0:15:20 - Interview Part 2 0:16:25 - Blow My Mind 0:20:24 - Interview Part 3 0:21:13 - Ball And Chain 0:28:07 - Interview Part 4 0:29:20 - Light Is Faster Than Sound 0:34:20 - Interview Part 5
Joan came riding from the rain Everybody knows the story England burned her in the rain Theirs the shame and hers the glory Everybody knows the story All the while they come and they go England's shame and France's glory When she vanished like the snow
Men walking 'long the railroad tracks Going someplace and there's no going back Highway patrol choppers coming up over the ridge Hot soup on a campfire under the bridge Shelter line stretching 'round the corner Welcome to the new world order Families sleeping in their cars in the southwest No home, no job, no peace, no rest
Well the highway is alive tonight But nobody's kidding nobody about where it goes I'm sitting down here in the campfire light Searching for the ghost of Tom Joad
He pulls a prayer book out of his sleeping bag Preacher lights up a butt and he takes a drag Waiting for when the last shall be first and the first shall be last In a cardboard box 'neath the underpass You got a one-way ticket to the promised land You got a hole in your belly and a gun in your hand Sleeping on a pillow of solid rock Bathing in the city aqueduct
And the highway is alive tonight Where it's headed everybody knows I'm sitting down here in the campfire light Waiting on the ghost of Tom Joad
Tom said, "Mom, wherever there's a cop beating a guy Wherever a hungry newborn baby cries Where there's a fight against the blood and hatred in the air Look for me, Mom, I'll be there Where there's somebody fighting for a place to stand Or a decent job or a helping hand Wherever somebody's struggling to be free Look in their eyes, Mom, you'll see me"
The highway is alive tonight But nobody's kidding nobody about where it goes I'm sitting down here in the campfire light With the ghost of old Tom Joad
Mazars and Deutsche Bank could have ended this nightmare before it started. They could still get him out of office. But instead, they want mass death. Don’t forget that.