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Malcolm X - Words From The Frontlines: Excerpts From The Great Speeches Of Malcolm X flac album
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Malcolm X - Words From The Frontlines: Excerpts From The Great Speeches Of Malcolm X flac album

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Words From The Frontlines: Excerpts From The Great Speeches Of Malcolm X
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Tracklist

A1 We Want Complete Separation 13:30
A2 You Got What's Known As White's Disease 12:18
A3 Keep That White Man's Claws Off Our Women 5:23
A4 There's No Such Thing As A Non-Violent Revolution 4:23
B1 I'm A Field Negro 8:34
B2 Stop Singin' And Start Swingin' 7:40
B3 By Any Means Necessary 14:00
B4 You Can't Hate The Roots Of A Tree And Not Hate The Tree 5:52
B5 Untitled 0:39

Credits

  • Concept By, Other [Repertoire] – Lou Simon
  • Mastered By, Other [Audio Restoration] – Bill Lacey
  • Other [Creative Consultant] – Dr. Betty Shabazz
  • Supervised By [Audio Restoration Supervisor] – Paul Williams
  • Supervised By [Executive Supervisor] – Skip Miller

Notes

'Words From The Frontlines' contains excerpts from some of Malcolm X's most stirring speeches, not complete speeches.

Remastered at BMG studios, NYC, October 1992.

Though not shown on the label, there is a ninth, untitled track that goes:

"It's just like when you got some coffee that's too black, which mean's it's too strong. What you do, you integrate it with cream... (Laughter) ...you make it weak... If you pour out too much cream in you won't even know you had coffee... (Laughter) ...It used to be hot it becomes cool, it used to be strong it becomes weak. It used to wake you up, now... it'll put you to sleep... (Laughter)"

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
07863 66132-2 Malcolm X Words From The Frontlines: Excerpts From The Great Speeches Of Malcolm X ‎(CD, Comp, RM) RCA 07863 66132-2 US 1992
07863 66132-2 Malcolm X Words From The Frontlines: Excerpts From The Great Speeches Of Malcolm X ‎(CD, Comp, RM) RCA 07863 66132-2 US 1992
07863 66132-2 Malcolm X Words From The Frontlines: Excerpts From The Great Speeches Of Malcolm X ‎(CD, Comp, RM) RCA 07863 66132-2 Germany 1992
07863 66132-4 Malcolm X Words From The Frontlines: Excerpts From The Great Speeches Of Malcolm X ‎(Cass, Album) RCA 07863 66132-4 US 1992

By Any Means Necessary (1965). was sampled in. Friends and Enemies by Malcolm X (1993). Friends and Enemies by DJ Cam (1996). Break the Grip of Shame by Paris (1989). see 4 more connections.

Malcolm X. 7:42 By Any Means Necessary". 8. "You Can't Hate the Roots of a Tree and Not Hate the Tree". blue highlight denotes track pick.

by Malcolm X. Released: January 1, 1992. 1. "We Want Complete Separation". 2. "You Got What's Know as 'White's Disease'".

Excerpts from his speeches reveal why Malcolm X surfaced as a leader that the public both feared and admired. On Being an American. On April 3, 1964, Malcolm X gave a speech called the Ballot or the Bullet in which he urged blacks to overcome their class, religious and other differences to counter racial oppression. Malcolm X said that while the house Negro would refuse to even entertain the thought of leaving his master, the field Negro jumped at the opportunity to be free. He said that in 20th century America, house Negroes still existed, only they’re well dressed and speak well. And when you say, ‘your army,’ he says, ‘our army,’ Malcolm X explained. Biography of Malcolm X, Black Nationalist and Civil Rights Activitist. King's Legendary Words: "I Have a Dream". Memorable Quotes From Martin Luther King. The Black Power Movement and Its Influence on Black Culture.

Magazine article The New Crisis. Magazine article The New Crisis. The Autobiograpy of Malcolm X, 1965. The Black Man in America.

The Great Silent Majority. Malcolm X. Message to the Grassroots (off site).