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    Just a voice and a guitar: Willy Mason at the Montreux Festival

    He's been called America's best young singer-songwriter, and even the new Bob Dylan. Twenty-five-year-old Willy Mason sings of America's identity crisis, and hopes for peace, and is inspired by the Woodstock generation of protest singers, but says in an interview at the Montreux Jazz Festival that his message is personal, not political. He also sings a song, Into Tomorrow.Duration: 01:28