By Richard H. Goldwater, Frank Doyle, Joe Edwards, Sy Reit
Archie Comics #137 - June 1963
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The Sixties . ’ The ﬁrst half of this, up to ‘the heroism of death’, is the predictable clamour of patriotism and (white) male supremacy: but how striking, how enlivening for its candour and compassion, is the passage this ofﬁcial monumentese slides into, as into a confession: you don’t expect a war memorial to meditate upon ‘the dark hours of imprisonment . . the hopelessness of the hospital’ (that phrase seems especially subversive) and ‘the short, sharp agony of the ﬁeld’. It is this humane and feminine second half of the inscription that converges upon ‘Two Soldiers’ (and that the ‘Two Soldiers’ are blue-eyed Boston boys of the Yankee army only serves to make the common humanity of both sides reverberate the more poignantly) and ‘Jack-a-Roe’.
This vast time and place, this trying to take heaven by force, is ‘where the stars and stripes explode’ in the sense that here one great, crumbled empire mocks the claims of another. As he sings in another song of the early 1980s, the fairly awful ‘Neighborhood Bully’, ‘Every empire . . ’ Two further wisps of Ancient Egyptian air thread their way around ‘Angelina’. One, unsurprising, is evoked by the mention of ‘milk and honey’; the other, surprisingly, ﬂoats up from the phrase ‘When you cease to exist .
Dylan’s liner notes say that JERRY GARCIA showed him ‘Two Soldiers’ and that ‘Jack-a-Roe’ is a TOM PALEY ballad. ‘Two Soldiers’ was published in Sing Out! in July 1964. ‘Jackaroe’ is also released on the fourth JOAN BAEZ album—the one for which Dylan contributed a sleevenote poem; Dylan’s ‘Jack-a-Roe’, 30 years later, uses the Baez version of the text. Dylan’s live de´but of ‘Jack-a-Roe’ was at the New York Supper Club (2nd Show) on November 16, 1993, within three weeks of the release of World Gone Wrong; more surprisingly, he de´buted his live version of ‘Two Soldiers’ (with insigniﬁcant small variations in the lyric from the album version) ﬁve years before he included it on the album: at Sacramento on June 9, 1988, the second concert of the Never-Ending Tour.
Archie Comics 137 (June 1963) by Richard H. Goldwater, Frank Doyle, Joe Edwards, Sy Reit