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Various - We Shall Overcome! (Documentary Of The March On Washington) MP3
Various - We Shall Overcome! (Documentary Of The March On Washington) MP3
Performer: Various
Title: We Shall Overcome! (Documentary Of The March On Washington)
Label: Broadside Records
Country: US
Released: 1963
Style: Dialogue, Education, Spoken Word
Cat: BR 592
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1224 mb | MP3 size: 1738 mb | WMA size: 1775 mb
Genre: Sounds
Tracklist

1Roy WilkinsFrom Speech
2OdettaOh! Freedom
3Bayard RustinThe Demand
4Walter ReutherFrom Speech
5Whitney M. YoungFrom Speech
6Joan BaezWe Shall Overcome
7Peter, Paul & MaryIf I Had A Hammer
8President KennedyPress Conference
9Bob DylanBallad Of Medgar Evans
10James FarmerFrom Speech
11Marian AndersonHe's Got The Whole World In His Hands
12John Lewis From Speech
13Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.I Have A Dream
14Rabbi Joachim PrinzComplete Speech
15A. Phillip RandolphThe Pledge

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UCR-1Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We Shall Overcome! (The March On Washington - August 28th 1963) ‎(LP)Council For United Civil Rights LeadershipUCR-1US1963
BR 592Various We Shall Overcome! (Documentary Of The March On Washington) ‎(LP, Album)Broadside RecordsBR 592USUnknown
BR 592Various We Shall Overcome! (Documentary Of The March On Washington) ‎(LP, Album)Broadside RecordsBR 592USUnknown
FD 5592Various We Shall Overcome! (Documentary Of The March On Washington) ‎(LP)Folkways RecordsFD 5592US1963
noneDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We Shall Overcome! (The March On Washington - August 28th 1963) ‎(LP, W/Lbl)Not On LabelnoneUSUnknown

Notes

Includes 4 page lyric sheet.

Album

Various Artists. We Shall OvercomePress ConferenceI Have a DreamHe's Got the Whole World in His Hands. Joan Baez. This album is unavailable for digital download. Folkways Suggests. Sounds of Camp: A Documentary Study of a Children's Camp. Soul Ain't Soul Is: Poems by Sarah Webster Fabio. Sarah Webster Fabio. We Won't Move: Songs of the Tenants' Movement. Earl Robinson Sings. Earl Robinson. Diana Ross - We Shall Overcome HD quality - Продолжительность: 5:21 NilesNL69 Recommended for Artists. We Shall Overcome: Documentary of the March on Washington. Your Rating. We Shall Overcome. President Kennedy. The March On Washington - August 28th 1963 LP. Council For United Civil Rights Leadership. We Shall Overcome Documentary Of The March On Washington LP, Album. Broadside Records. BR 592. We Shall Overcome is a gospel song which became a protest song and a key anthem of the civil rights movement. The song is most commonly attributed as being lyrically descended from I'll Overcome Some Day, a hymn by Charles Albert Tindley that was first published in 1900. The modern version of the song was first said to have been sung by tobacco workers led by Lucille Simmons during a 1945 cigar workers strike in Charleston, South Carolina. In 1947, the song was published under the title We Will. The Great March On Washington. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. We shall overcore, we shall overcome We shall overcore some day, Oh, deep in my heart I do believe We shall overcore some day. President Kennedy's Press Conference. The purpose, of course, is to attempt to bring to the attention of the Congress and the country the strong feeling of the good many thousands of citizens. See details - Various Artists - We Shall Overcome: March, Various. In 1941, A. Philip Randolph, head of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and an elder statesman of the civil rights movement, had planned a mass march on Washington to protest blacks exclusion from World War II defense jobs and New Deal programs. The album containing the audio from the event was released as We Shall Overcome: Documentary of the March on Washington. After her first trip to England in 1965 where she performed with Bob Dylan, Baez' version of this classic protest anthem went to 26 on the UK chart. In 2006, Bruce Springsteen included this song on his album We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions, which contained his versions of various songs written by Pete Seeger, who like Springsteen, championed the working class and fought against institutional oppression

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