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Jim Hinde | Shout Down the Wind: Songs of Peace, Protest, and Patriotism

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Shout Down the Wind: Songs of Peace, Protest, and Patriotism

by Jim Hinde

Folk music at its finest from the Pacific Northwest
Genre: Folk: Political
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shout Down the Wind
3:53 $0.99
2. Main Street
4:51 $0.99
3. Sam the Alligator
6:37 $0.99
4. Doin' the Perp Walk
4:09 $0.99
5. Frank, Dennis, and Me
6:21 $0.99
6. Kill Me Down the Road
5:58 $0.99
7. Marching to the Border
4:06 $0.99
8. Raise Your Glass, Raise Your Voice
5:17 $0.99
9. Intro to the Shadow Song
1:28 $0.99
10. Raise Your Ass, Raise Your Bail
6:19 $0.99
11. The Dance
9:04 $0.99
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Album Notes
There is a war going on. This is a wartime album. The soul of America is at stake. This is our country, our government, and our responsibility. It is time to take a stand, raise a voice. These are hard songs for hard times, and by far the hardest album I have ever produced.

Janet Hinde, thank you for making me look so good on the cover of this album. Your hand touched this entire project, from conceptualization to delivery of the freight, and all you get is a photo credit. You are my soul mate and my strength, and a Saint for putting up with me; not just on this album, but for the past twenty-five years. I love you, and if you're up for it, I'll take another twenty-five, this time without the kids. Speaking of the kids . . . hey Katie, thanks for all the assistance you have given over the years, helping with songs, selling CDs at concerts, and making me laugh. Nate, thank you for running sound for me and educating me on hip-hop music. If you're up for it, and not too busy with your own project, we really must collaborate on that song for the next album. I love you both.

Instrumental in this production were, of course, the instrumentalists. Scott Law, you are a guitar artist, music professional, and a gentleman. You helped me with my first album, Freedom Road, and have been helping me in the studio and onstage ever since. Will Dowd, you are a master percussionist, musician, sound engineer, teacher, and a joy to work with. I can only attempt to describe you, Bob Crosby, as a Renaissance man; author, poet, scholar, mentor, philosopher, and tenor. I have been honored to sing with you for the past ten years, and this is the first time that our respective schedules have allowed us into the studio together. I cannot thank all of you guys enough.

As usual, songwriting consultation, encouragement, and just plain friendship was provided. While it may be nothin' but a chicken wing to you, Jim Page, it's the whole enchilada to me. Thank you, friend.

Dennis Delaney, my Vietnam brother, thank you for being there then, and ever since.

This album is dedicated to all of you, and to all of my fellow patriots, who know that the Patriot Act isn't, and are speaking out. If you are one of the millions of peace activists out there who worked so hard to keep this war from happening, and continue to stand the line, carry the sign, and contact your elected representatives, then this album is dedicated to you. If you are one of my fellow Vietnam Veterans who knew our war was a lie, and know that this one is too, and work to get our kids back . . . and welcome them home this time, then this album is dedicated to you. If you are one of the millions of Americans who are going to vote to stop this war, this album is dedicated to you, because together we can shout down the wind.



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I have purchased many cds from cdbaby and just never get around to writing reviews... but I had to for this album!

I also haven't ever gotten into "folk music" before, but this cd is going to change that! It's full of outstanding songs with great message about peace. One of those albums that just sounds great, but you also really listen to the lyrics at the same time. Full of great sounding acoustic guitar and witty lyrics too. I would like to suggest certain songs, but this is a cd that you can listen to straight through... and then start it over again!

I have grown tired of the music that the radio and tv play, and wanted something new... something entertaining with talent and meaning behind it, and "Shout Down the Wind" is just the album that I needed!

Barbara Bartel

Sad in Seattle
This will be Jim's last contribution toward ending the war. He's passed away. Peace.

Roger D. Surbaugh

Goodbye, Jim
"Shout Down The Wind" is a great album, and Jim last, and lasting contribution to the much-needed "anti-war" movement. We'll miss you forever, my friend.


A great light has gone from the world, Jim will not be forgotton, he will be sorely missed.
Blesings to his wife.


Shout Down the Wind
This is a great record, in the true folk music spirit of Phil Ochs. The music is great and the political message rings very true.


this c.d. should be required listening for every person who intends to vote; for every person who has an opinion on the war on terror; and for everyone who believes that sending other peoples children to fight makes them a patriot !

Cliff Wells

Shadow Song
THE Soundtrack of the Seattle Anti-War movement 2002-????

A Veteran of the Vietnam war sings as Seattle awakens AGAIN to the lies our government was telling us.

SHADOW SONG: THE Soundtrack to the Seattle NO IRAQ WAR Movement.

We will miss you Jim, but remember your music always.