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Freedom : songs from the Heart of America [sound recording]
Music Music | Columbia Records | p2002
Available at Adult Compact Disc (Call number: P COLL FSH C79 OVERSIZE)
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New York : Columbia Records, p2002.
3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (21 p. " ill. ; 25 x 15 cm.)
Columbia/Legacy: C3K 86879 (CK 86917-86919).
Various performers.
Program notes by Joy Hakim, Marc Kirkeby, and Christopher Reeve bound in container.
Compact discs.
"Companion to the PBS series from Kunhardt Productions & Thirtee/WNET"--Box.
Disc 1. I wish I knew how it would feel to be free (Nina Simone) -- America (Washington Men's Camarata) -- Yankee Doodle (Broadway Quartet) -- Because all men are brothers (Peter Paul & Mary, with Dave Brubeck) -- Simple gifts (New York Philharmonic) -- The star spangled banner (Duke Ellington) -- Amazing grace (Willie Nelson)-- Erie Canal (Dan Zanes) -- New river train (Louise Massey & the Westerners) -- When Johnny comes marching home again (Mormon Tabernacle Choir) -- Dixie (Gid Tanner's Skillet Lickers) -- Follow the drinking gourd (Taj Mahal) -- Oh freedom (Boys Choir of Harlem) -- The battle hymn of the republic (Washington Men's Camarata) -- Johnny has gone for a soldier (Pamela Warrick-Smith) -- Shenandoah lullabye (Jerry Garcia & David Grisman) -- Healing song #1 (Verdell Primeau, Johnny Mike & Robert Attson) -- Home on the range (Gene Autry)-- America the beautiful (Keb' Mo') -- Can the circle be unbroken (Carter Family)-- Semper fidelis (Goldman Band) -- Stars and stripes forever! (New York Philharmonic).
Disc 2. I'm on my way (Mahalia Jackson) -- In my merry Oldsmobile (Les Brown's Band of Renown) -- Keep off the grass (James P. Johnson) -- Over there (Arthur Fields) -- When the moon shines on the moonshine (Bert Williams) -- The death of Mother Jones (Gene Autry) -- (What did I do to be so) Black and blue? (Louis Armstrong) -- Hittin' the ceiling (Smith Ballew) -- Brother, can you spare a dime? (Bing Crosby) -- Dancing in the dark (Ben Selvin) -- The gold diggers' song (Dorsey Brothers Orchestra) -- God bless America (Kate Smith) -- On the trail (Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra)-- This land is your land (Woody & Arlo Guthrie) -- Union maid (Almanac Singers) -- Strange fruit (Billie Holiday) -- Trouble (Josh White) -- Joe Hill (Paul Robeson) -- We'll meet again (Peggy Lee) -- Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition (Kay Kyser) -- The freedom train (Paul Weston) -- Atom and evil (Golden Gate Quartet) -- Did you see Jackie Robinson hit that ball? (Count Basie) -- The bourgeois blues (Leadbelly) -- Fanfare for the common man (London Symphony Orchestra) .
Disc 3. The times they are a-changin' (Bob Dylan) -- America (Chita Rivera) -- A change is gonna come (Terence Trent D'Arby) -- We shall overcome (Mahalia Jackson) -- Dancing in the street (Martha Reeves & the Vandellas) -- If I had a hammer (The hammer song) (Pete Seeger) -- This little light of mine (The Freedom Singers) -- Chimes of freedom (Bruce Springsteen) -- People get ready (The Impressions) -- America (Simon & Garfunkel) -- Ain' gonna let nobody turn me 'round (Sweet Honey in the Rock) -- Stand! (Sly & the Family Stone) -- Freedom (Richie Havens) -- Goodnight Saigon (Billy Joel) -- Wake up everybody (Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes) -- Fight the power (Isley Brothers) -- Song of the patriot (Johnny Cash with Marty Robbins) -- Hard times (James Taylor) -- Open letter (To a landlord) (Living Colour) -- Someday we'll all be free (Donny Hathaway).
Local Note
AEC, 5-03; 2-04 (rpl); 5-07(rpl)
Alt Title
Freedom, a history of us (Television program)
Music #
C3K 86879 Columbia/Legacy
CK 86917 Columbia/Legacy
CK 86918 Columbia/Legacy
CK 86919 Columbia/Legacy
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