Documentary following the Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young "Freedom of Speech Tour" as it crisscrosses North America.
This exceptional rockumentary chronicles the 2006 reunion of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, troubadours who, despite boasting a name like a law firm, provided anthems of dissent for the Vietnam generation. It’s no nostalgia trip, but a riveting political debate with good tunes. When the impassioned Young backed up his Living With War album by rounding up the hippy grandpas, he brought war reporting veteran Mike Cerre along to record the heated reactions to Bush, Iraq and the band among inspired, aroused and furious audiences across the USA. Woodstock survivors will weep to see how old the ’60s ‘town criers’ are, but thrill with pride that they still kick ass and won’t shut up.
An exceptional rockumentary which features riveting political debate and good tunes.