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Let Freedom Sing: Music of Civil Right Movement - Let Freedom Sing! Music of the Civil Rig

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Number of Discs
3
Release Date
01/27/2009
Artist
Let Freedom Sing: Music of Civil Right Movement
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
Time Life Records

As the folk revival and soul music were coming of age, so was the Civil Rights movement. People inspired the songs, and the songs inspired the people; this box takes you through 70 years of people and songs that cried out for change: Strange Fruit Billie Holiday; When Do I Get to Be Called a Man? Big Bill Broonzy; We Are Americans Too Nat King Cole; Blowin' in the Wind Bob Dylan; People Get Ready Impressions; Say It Loud-I'm Black and I'm Proud James Brown; Stand! Sly & the Family Stone; the Revolution Will Not Be Televised Gil Scott-Heron; Inner City Blues Marvin Gaye, and more including a song-and a written introduction-by Chuck D!

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1) Go Down Moses (The Southern Sons)
2) Strange Fruit (Billie Holiday)
3) Uncle Sam Says (Josh White)
4) No Restricted Signs (The Golden Gate Quartet)
5) Black Brown and White (Brownie McGhee)
6) The Hammer Song (If I Had a Hammer) (The Weavers)
7) The Death of Emmet Till Parts 1;2 (The Ramparts)
8) When Do I Get to Be Called a Man? (Big Bill Broonzy)
9) The Alabama Bus (Brother Will Hairston (Hurrican of the Motor City)
10) We Are Americans Too (Nat 'King' Cole)
11) Why (Am I Treated So Bad)? (The Staple Singers)
12) I Shall Not Be Moved (The Harmonizing Four)
13) Oh Freedom (Harry Belafonte with the Belafonte Folk Singers)
14) Ride on Red Ride on (Louisiana Red)
15) Mississippi Goddam (Nina Simone)
16) Blowin' in the Wind (Bob Dylan)
17) We Shall Overcome (Mahalia Jackson)
18) Too Many Martyrs (Phil Ochs Jackson)
19) Alabama Blues (J.B. Lenoir)
20) Our Freedom Song (The Jubilee Hummingbirds)
21) A Change Is Gonna Come (Otis Redding)
22) Forty Acres and a Mule (Oscar Brown Jr.)
23) People Get Ready (The Impressions)
24) Nobody Can Turn Me Around (The Mighty Clouds of Joy)
25) I Wish I Knew (How It Would Feel to Be Free) (Solomon Burke)
26) Respect (Aretha Franklin)
27) The Motor City Is Burning (John Lee Hooker)
28) Cryin' in the Streets Part 1 (George Perkins ; the Silver Stars)
29) Abraham Martin and John (Smokey Robinson ; the Miracles)
30) The Prayer (Ray Scott)
31) Say It Loud-I'm Black and I'm Proud Part 1 (James Brown)
32) And Black Is Beautiful (Nickie Lee)
33) Sock It to 'Em Soul Brother (Bill Moss)
34) Why I Sing the Blues Part 1 (B.B. King)
35) I Don't Want Nobody to Give Me Nothing (Open Up the Door I'll Get It Myself) Part 1 (James Brown)
36) Stand! (Sly ; the Family Stone)
37) Message from a Black Man (The Temptations)
38) Is It Because I'm Black (Sly Johnson)
39) I Was Born Blue (Swamp Dogg)
40) Yes We Can Part 1 (Lee Dorsey)
41) We the People Who Are Darker Than Blue (Curtis Mayfield)
42) Young Gifted and Black (Bob ; Marcia)
43) The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (Gill Scott-Heron)
44) (For God's Sake) Give More Power to the People (The Chi-Lites)
45) Smiling Faces Sometimes (The Undisputed Truth)
46) Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) (Marvin Gaye)
47) Hercules (Aaron Neville)
48) Get Up Stand Up (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
49) Fight the Power Part 1 (The Isley Brothers)
50) Give the People What They Want (The O'Jays)
51) Black Is Black (Jungle Brothers)
52) Sister Rosa (The Neville Brothers)
53) The Pride (Chuck D)
54) Unity (Sounds of Blackness)
55) None of Us Are Free (Solomon Burke)
56) Eyes on the Prize (The Sojourners)
57) Down in Mississippi (Mavis Staples)
58) Free at Last (The Blind Boys of Alabama)

Album
Let Freedom Sing! Music of the Civil Rig
Main Format
CD
Keyword Index
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