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His autobiography, "What's Exactly The Matter With Me," was published last year... He had two other Top 100 records; "Child of Our Times" and "Cloudy Summer Afternoon (Raindrops)" ...* Five years later in 1970 the Turtles' 17th & last Top 100 record was a covered version of "Eve"; its two weeks on the chart were spent at position #100. Rather than being an anthem against any specific action or policy of the U. government (and there was lots to choose from including the Vietnam War and/or the awful racism that still persisted in much of the U.On October 31st 1965 Barry Mc Guire performed his only other Top 100 record, "Child of Our Times", on the CBS-TV program 'The Ed Sullivan Show'... S.), this song has nothing but generalities and platitudes.He has commitment issues and will never really settle down with me.I’ve come to realize that he is not good for me and have left twice but he has come back every time without promising me a future.But my god, was it explosive to hear it on the radio in the 1960s.It was absolutely a hand grenade among most of the other AM-radio drivel of the time.
Most gratifying were the responses from some of you saying, “Omigod, this is happening to me right now! I’m in a similar situation; however, I believe he’s the first man I’ve ever truly loved.Any unauthorized use, without prior written consent of Catholic Online is strictly forbidden and prohibited. Your reactions to the “Bad Boys & Addictions” article was swift and enthusiastic. For me, Barry Mc Guire's gravelly voice was perfect for rousing people off their couches & paying attention to the dreadful foreign & domestic policies the U. Jeff (first comment, at the bottom) has it exactly backwards regarding the connection between the Mamas and the Papas and Barry Mc Guire: The Mamas and the Papas' first hit, "California Dreamin'" (which they wrote), was originally going to be recorded by Barry Mc Guire. Don't know why so many people want to complain that this song was some kind of a fake--a pseudo-protest, if you will. Over-simplified & too commercial, perhaps, but it had to be, didn't it? That line about "old enough to kill, but enough for voting" still resonates, and it augured a major change in legislation.