This simple but effective three-chord political song, honouring Jonathan P. Jackson’s attempt to free his brother George, recounts the tragic Marin County Courthouse events of August 1970, in which Jonathan Jackson and several prisoners he had freed, as well as the County Court judge, were all killed. The last two lines of the last verse run "This is the story of one young brother with the blood boiling in his veins. This is the story of the whispering thunder that comes before the rain." I've posted this musical wake-up call, complete with fateful æolian shuttle (bVIi), because I can't find it on iTunes, and because I think it should be known. If you want me to take it down, please send me a message at fd10.formdesk.com/tagg/ContactForm .