Free will can only exist if there are different possible futures and you are able to influence which one becomes reality. This necessitates to begin with that there are different possible futures. In a deterministic theory, like all our classical theories, this just isn’t the case - there’s only one future, period. The realization that classically the future is fully determined by the present goes back at least to Laplace and it’s still as true today as it was then.-- Courtesy of BackReAction, which says "You probably have no free will. But don’t worry about it."
But, not having any free will, I cannot help but find this alleged state of affairs deeply ... unsatisfactory.
Oh hey it's Hullabaloo, 1965. If you were 10 years old in '65 & had a transistor radio or even just went to the public swimming pool where the teenage boys & girls hung out to sunbathe & smoke cigarettes & listen to THEIR transistors, you knew all about this song. I sure did.
Meanwhile note that the trophy heads in the following video are a clue all by themselves that this musical performance was not recorded in 2013. Indeed the opening riff may have been the first simple riff I learned to play by ear, not knowing what the notes were.