Sunday, April 30, 2006
JOSE, CAN YOU SEE?
Looks like the President of the United States, exercising his role as music-critic-in-chief, has weighed in on the controversy surrounding "Nuestro Himno," the new Spanish-language version of the national anthem.
But here's the question nobody is asking:
When Jimi Hendrix wrote the dang song, did he mean for it to be sung in Spanish?
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