The best rock songs of the 70s (Creedence Clearwater Revival - Fortunate Son)
In 1969, John Fogerty composed, produced and adapted the song "Fortunate Son" for his band Creedence Clearwater Revival, which was an antiwar theme during the Vietnam War and reflected the difference in "wealth" between citizens. As a soldier was sent to war (and in some cases even died), and some privileged people avoided this conflict situation because of their social or political condition... It is not me, it is not me, I am not without a senator... This song is part of the important LP "Willie and the Poor Boy".
In 2003 (and other years), the Pearl Jam band added this Fogerty theme to their live tour of different studio-released albums, one of which was "North America 2003."