891. Don Quixote

It’s 1972 and Gordon Lightfoot, Canada’s greatest ever upright (but never uptight) baritone folkie, is standing tall amid the wasteland of stoned hippies and corrupt elders that defined the times, tilting diligently at windmills as nobility demanded. Because somebody had to do it.

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