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The Voices Of Inspiration Of Sacramento, California - Lift Every Voice And Sing flac album

Performer:
The Voices Of Inspiration Of Sacramento, California
Album:
Lift Every Voice And Sing
Style:
Gospel
MP3 archive size:
1120 mb
FLAC archive size:
1899 mb
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VOC DTS AHX AU MOD VOX ASF
Rating:
4.1
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A1 Lift Every Voice And Sing
A2 Everytime I Feel The Spirit
Solo Vocal – Beverly Walker
A3 Hold The Light
A4 Down By The Riverside
A5 I Say The Light
A6 King Jesus Is A'Listening
Solo Vocal – Avon Powell
A7 The Love Of God
Solo Vocal – Don McFalls
B1 Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Solo Vocal – India Austin
B2 Rockin' Jerusalem
Solo Vocal – Melvin Brown , Patricia Valentine
B3 Everybody Talkin' About Heaven
Solo Vocal – Thomas Robinson
B4 Ride The Chariot
Solo Vocal – Patricia Valentine
B5 Meet The King
Solo Vocal – Beverly Walker
B6 Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel
B7 Sit Down Servant

Credits

  • Directed By – Joseph Slade
  • Organ – Clarence Eggleton
  • Piano – Aleece Spicer

Notes

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Lift Every Voice and Sing is an album by American jazz drummer Max Roach with the . White Singers recorded in 1971 and released on the Atlantic label.

Sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us Sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us Facing the rising sun of our new day begun, Let us march on till victory is won. Stony the road we trod Bitter the chast’ning rod, Felt in the days when hope unborn had died; Yet with a steady beat Have not our weary feet Come to the place for which our fathers sighed? We have come over a way that with tears has been watered We have come, treading our path thro’ the blood of the slaughtered, Out from the gloomy past, till now we stand at last Where the white gleam of ou. .

They all answered Johnson's call to "lift" their voices and sing. The poem gave them a whole lot of hope, and a whole lot of strength, to keep fighting for freedom. And James Weldon Johnson's poem "Lift Every Voice and Sing" is an important part of that fight for freedom. It's a poem that embodies that struggle. So, of course we should care about it.

Lift Every Voice is the twelfth album by American jazz pianist Andrew Hill featuring performances recorded in 1969 and released on the Blue Note label in 1970. The original album features Hill with a large choir performing five original compositions and the 2001 CD reissue added six additional compositions recorded in 1970 as bonus tracks. It is also the name of one of the authorized hymnals in the Episcopal church. Lift Every Voice and Sing" was publicly performed first as a poem as part of a celebration of Abraham Lincoln's birthday on February 12, 1900, by 500 school children at the segregated Stanton School. Its principal, James Weldon Johnson, wrote the words to introduce its honored guest Booker T. Washington.

Lift Every Voice (Charles Lloyd album), an album recorded in 2002 by jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd. Lift Every Voice, a Sunday morning television show on BET devoted to contemporary gospel music. The Max Roach Quartet featuring Hank Mobley (1953). Max Roach + 4 (1956). Jazz in 3/4 Time (1956–57). Drums Unlimited (1965). Members, Don't Git Weary (1968). Lift Every Voice and Sing (1971). Re: Percussion (M'Boom, Strata-East, 1973). Birth and Rebirth (and Anthony Braxton, 1978). Historic Concerts (and Cecil Taylor, 1979). One in Two – Two in One (and Anthony Braxton, 1979). Pictures in a Frame (1979).

In the poem, Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing by James Weldon Johnson, it illustrates how the black community joins together through the struggles to escape the harsh times of slavery. The poem was a commemoration to Abraham Lincoln who helped them escape from slavery. The song by Eve called Love is Blind in the album Ruff Ryders ' First Lady (1999). This rapper tells the story about her best friend who was in an abusive relationship. The song starts off with the guitar playing an aggressive cord catching your attention letting you know that this is serious. Words: 1505 - Pages: 7.

One hundred years ago, James Weldon Johnson and his brother J. Rosamond Johnson wrote the song Lift Every Voice and Sing in celebration of Lincoln’s Birthday. Later this song became recognized as the Negro National Anthem.

An excerpt from Lift Every Voice and Sing. It is wondrous and hardly explicable to many how James Weldon Johnson could have written such spiritually enriching lyrics in 1900 despite the restraints ordained by Jim Crow laws, despite frenzied lynchings and mob violence, despite the fact that white America had established an educational system teeming with stereotypes that had misrepresented and malformed virtually every external view of African American life.

Pasted into Bibles, schoolbooks, and hearts, "Lift Every Voice and Sing," written by J. Rosamond Johnson and James Weldon Johnson in 1900, has become one of the most beloved songs in the African American community-taught for years in schools, churches, and civic organizations. Adopted by the NAACP as its official song in the 1920s and sung throughout the civil rights movement, it is still heard today at gatherings across America. Its message of hope and strength has made "Lift Every Voice and Sing" a source of inspiration for generations. In celebration of the song's centennial, Julian Bond and Sondra Kathryn Wilson have collected one hundred essays by artists, educators, politicians, and activists reflecting on their personal experiences with the song.