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Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Len Chandler "HOLD ON" in RARE footage of 1963 March on Washington, during Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech. That's my old friend Stuart Scharf on guitar!

570 Lincoln Memorial,
Washington, District Of Columbia
28 August 1963

March On Washington (Washington Rights March).


1. With God On Our Side
2. Only A Pawn In Their Game
3. Keep Your Eyes On The Prize (Len Chandler)


1 Bob Dylan, Joan Baez (guitar & vocal).

2 Bob Dylan (guitar & vocal).

3 Len Chandler (guitar & vocal), Bob Dylan, Joan Baez (guitar & backup vocal) and possibly Gl Turner
(guitar).

2 released on WE SHALL OVERCOME, Folkways Records, FH 5592, 1964.

2 and 3 released on BBC, RECORDED PROGRAMMES PERMANENT LIBRARY,
12FRM L38603 (Radio station disc), fall 1963.

Mono TV recording, 10 minutes.

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Comment by Ed on March 18, 2016 at 6:38pm
Comment by Arthur Steuer on February 2, 2013 at 2:24pm

I LOVE this video. My Dad was good friends with Len Chandler. In fact he was the person who taught me my first chords on the guitar. He is such a gifted, talented artist / musician and a fantastic, warm, giving person.
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