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playlist - Dr. King Tribute 2009

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Dr. King Special - January 17, 2009

Artist - Song - Album

  • The Persuasions - I Have A Dream - A Cappella Dreams
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - excerpt from "I Have A Dream" speech ("All men are created equal") - In Search Of Freedom: Excerpts From His Most Memorable Speeches
  • Voice Male - Pride In The Name Of Love - Six
  • Soweto Gospel Choir - This Little Light Of Mine/ M'Lilo Vutha Mathanjeni/ If We Ever Needed The Lord - Live At The Nelson Mandela Theatre
  • The Freedom SIngers - I'm On My Way To Freedom Land - Voices Of Struggle: We Shall Overcome (various artists)
  • Sweet Honey In The Rock & James Horner - Woke Up This Morning With My Mind Stayed On Freedom - Freedom Song (soundtrack)
  • Mavis Staples with Rutha Harris, Charles Neblett, & Bettie-Mae Fikes (of the SNCC Freedom Singers) - Turn Me Around - We'll Never Turn Back
  • Voices of the Civil Right Movement - Freedom Now Chant (Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 1964) - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • A Perfect Blend - A Change Is Gonna Come - Encore
  • Stanford U. Talisman A Cappella - Free - Watch Me Fly
  • The Metropolitones - Hiney Ma Tov - Wintery Mix
    "How good it is and how pleasant for brethren to dwell together."
  • Hollis Watkins - Oh Freedom (Jackson, Mississippi, 1963)- Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Ladysmith Black Mambazo - Long Walk To Freedom - Long Walk To Freedom
  • Jasmine - Harriet Tubman - Wild Strings
  • SNCC Freedom Singers led by Marshall Jones - In The Mississippi River (Schenectady, New York, 1965) - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Stanford U. Talisman A Cappella - Strange Fruit - Watch Me Fly
  • Sounds Of Blackness - Ah Been 'Buked - Africa To America: The Journey Of The Drum
  • SNCC Freedom Singers led by Emory Harris - We'll Never Turn Back (Atlanta, Georgia, 1964) - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Women Of The Calabash - Lift Every Voice And Sing - The Kwanzaa Album
  • Dr. King - excerpt from "I Have A Dream" speech ("We will be free one day") - In Search Of Freedom
  • Montgomery Improvement Association - We Are Soldiers In The Army - Sing For Freedom: The Story Of The Civil Rights Movement Through Its Songs (various artists)
  • SNCC Freedom Singers led by Rutha Harris (Los Angeles, California, 1963) - We Shall Not Be Moved - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Freedom Singers and others - We Shall Overcome - World Music Of Struggle: We Shall Overcome
  • Mavis Staples with Ladysmith Black Mambazo - Eyes On The Prize - We'll Never Turn Back
  • Street Sounds - If You Miss Me From The Back Of The Bus/ Sister Rosa - Street Sounds
  • Dr. King - excerpt from "I Have A Dream" speech ("Let freedom ring" - "Thank God Almighty, we are free at last") - In Search Of Freedom
  • Staple Singers - Freedom Highway - Freedom Highway
  • Sweet Honey In The Rock - I'm Going To Get My Baby Out Of Jail - Still On The Journey
  • SNCC Freedom Singers led by Matthew Jones - Oginga Odinga (Atlanta, Georgia, 1964) - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Voices of the Civil Rights Movement - Freedom Now Chant (Hattiesburg, MS, 1964) - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • SNCC Freedom Singers led by Bertha Gober - Oh Pritchett, Oh Kelly (Los Angeles, California, 1963) - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Carlton Reese - We're Marching On To Freedom Land (Atlanta, Georgia, 1964) - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Sweet Honey In The Rock & James Horner - This May Be The Last Time - Freedom Song
  • Dr. King - excerpt from speech the day before his death ("I've been to the mountain top") - In Search Of Freedom
  • The Staple Singers - Why Am I Treated So Bad? - Freedom Highway
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - excerpt from "I Have A Dream" speech ("... not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character") - In Search Of Freedom
  • Voices of the Civil Rights Movement - Leaning On The Everlasting Arms (Danville, Virginia, 1963) - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Staple Singers - Move Along Train - Freedom Highway

    • Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable... Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.

      ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

 


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