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Don McLean Talks About The Legacy Of The Song “American Pie”!!


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Don McLean’s American Pie: A Fable, the song that inspired the children’s book, is based on a parable written by the singer. “American Pie” by Don McLean was written in 1971 when he was just 24 years old.

Even today, he still does it live. As the songwriter explained to a source, the song’s continued appeal is a fruitful tree. Remember, this has been said for fifty years. Just to be clear, he isn’t saying this at all. Upon closer study, he discovers that it appears to be some sort of memorial.

Don Mclean On The Legacy Of The Song ‘American Pie’: “I Didn’t Want Any Simplistic Valentine To The Country”!!

After all these years, it wasn’t his aim to write about the United States of America. In the end, it became a farewell to the American dream and a lament for the passing of the country’s young. Don McLean’s childhood heroes, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and “The Big Bopper” Richardson, who perished in an aircraft crash in 1959 known as “the day the music died,” it alludes.

Don McLean Talks About The Legacy Of The Song American Pie

For decades, the song has been interpreted in a variety of ways by music critics and fans alike. Assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., the Manson family killings of James Dean, the sudden death of Elvis Presley, and even the Vietnam War are all said to be examined in the song. The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, and hallucinogenic chemicals have all been mentioned as possible causes. We all have a different view of the world around us.

To keep the song’s message a mystery, the lyricist claims it’s open to interpretation. However, it’s very clear what drove him in the first place. The well-known anthem was selected by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Recording Industry Association of America as one of the top five songs of the twentieth century. The National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress has been designated as a cultural, historical, or aesthetically significant repository for the original recording. There will be a new documentary about the song.

A new children’s book, “Don McLean‘s American Pie: A Fable,” is based on the song, which was released on June 7. As a newspaper delivery man in the 1950s, he is introduced to a love of music that he never knew existed. They’ll be able to achieve their goals in life more easily if they read books like this. Maybe their mothers will buy the “American Pie” record so that they can listen to the music and have it coincide with the novel.

“Vincent,” McLean’s 1971 tribute to Vincent van Gogh, will serve as the inspiration for another book, according to the singer. It is expected that the book will be published in 2019 at some point. This film, according to McLean, is going to focus on a young artist. In addition, a few aspects of mental health will be addressed in that book. There could be up to three more after that. As Donny gets older, he will feature in several of these books as part of a series.


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