Steppenwolf frontman holds forth on freedom and censorship
Sixties band Steppenwolf leader John Kay remembers
when you could get censored without saying anything
controversial. When their dance hit "Sookie Sookie"
first appeared, Bible Belt radio stations refused
to air it, because, "they're not sure, but they
suspect that it's not totally clean." From an upcoming
First Amendment Center broadcast of "Speaking Freely."
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