Paul Robeson - Peace Arch Concerts



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Paul Robeson
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Folk Era Records

In the 1950's, singer, artist and activist, Paul Robeson had his passport revoked because of his political views. Defying the government's attempts to silence him, 1952 & 1953 he stood on a flat-bed truck parked one foot from the Canadian Border at the Peace Arch Park in Blaine, Washington and sang to 40,000 Canadians and Americans. These concerts, including his dramatic 1953 speech are presented here on this album along with a compelling account of his struggle to be heard.

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1) Peace Arch Introduction
2) Opening Remarks By Harvey Murphy
3) Paul Robeson's Welcoming Remarks
4) Every Time I Feel the Spirit
5) Intro to Joe Hill By Harvey Murphy
6) Joe Hill
7) Loch Lomond
8) Intro. To No More Auction Block
9) No More Auction Block
10) Oh No John
11) Love Will Find a Way
12) Ol' Man River
13) Introductory Speech
14) Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel
15) Go Down Moses
16) Jacob's Ladder
17) Theme from Beethoven's 9th Symphony
18) Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes
19) Joe Hill
20) Oh Thou Silent Autumn Night
21) Scandaliz' My Name
22) Song of the Four Rivers
23) Without Thee (Gaelic Folk Song)
24) Chin Chin (Chinesse Marching Song)
25) Speech

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