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Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: Black American Freedom Songs, 1960-1966. [Sound recording]

Contents: Freedom medley: Freedom chant ; Oh freedom ; Thislittle light of mine -- This little light of mine --If you miss me from the back of the bus -- Lord, holdmy hand while I run this race -- Get on board,children -- Calypso freedom -- Freedom now chant -- Ohfreedom -- Ain' scared of nobody -- Leaning on the everlasting arms -- Sermon / Rev. LawrenceCampbell -- We are soldiers in the army -- Go tell iton the mountain -- Wade in the water -- Come bah yah --Walk with me, Lord -- Jesus on the mainline, tell himwhat you want -- Freedom train -- Don't you think it'sabout time that we all be free -- We're marching on tofreedom land -- We shall overcome -- We'll never turnback -- We shall not be moved -- Certainly, Lord --Get your rights, Jack -- Which side are you on -- Wokeup this morning with my mind on freedom -- Been in thestorm so long -- Dog, dog -- The A & P song -- OhPritchett, oh Kelly -- I told Jesus -- 99 1/2 won't do-- I'm on my way -- City called heaven -- In theMississippi River -- Ain' gonna let nobody turn me 'round -- Will the circle be unbroken --Governor Wallace -- Ballad of Medgar Evers -- UncleTom's prayer -- Oginga odinga -- We shall overcome. (also in Music Library MUSI CD11872)