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Various - Our Souls Have Grown Deep Like The Rivers - Black Poets Read Their Work download free

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Our Souls Have Grown Deep Like The Rivers - Black Poets Read Their Work
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Poetry, Speech
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1829 mb
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1632 mb
WMA archive size:
1304 mb
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4.5
Votes:
739

Tracklist

CD1-1 Langston Hughes The Negro Speaks Of Rivers
CD1-2 Langston Hughes I, Too
CD1-3 W.E.B. Dubois The Atlanta Years (Excerpt)
CD1-4 Claude McKay If We Must Die
CD1-5 Claude McKay St. Isaac's Church, Petrograd
CD1-6 Claude McKay The Tropics In New York
CD1-7 James Weldon Johnson The Creation
CD1-8 James Weldon Johnson We To America
CD1-9 Arna Bontemps Nocturne At Bethesda
CD1-10 Countee Cullen Heritage
CD1-11 Melvin B. Tolson Dark Symphony
CD1-12 Sterling A. Brown Ma Rainey
CD1-13 Sterling A. Brown Strong Men
CD1-14 Margaret Walker For My People
CD1-15 Margaret Walker Kissie Lee
CD1-16 Gwendolyn Brooks The Mother
Langston Hughes Dream Montage
CD1-17a Tell Me
CD1-17b Good Morning
CD1-17c Harlem
CD1-17d Same In Blues
CD1-17e Comment On Curb
CD1-18 Gwendolyn Brooks We Real Cool
CD1-19 Robert Hayden Those Winter Sundays
CD1-20 Robert Hayden Frederick Douglas
CD1-21 Maya Angelou Sepia Fashion Show
CD1-22 Maya Angelou To A Man
CD1-23 Amiri Baraka (Formerly LeRoi Jones)* Freedom Suite (For Sonny Rollins And Franz Kline)
CD1-24 Derek Walcott Crusoe's Island
CD1-25 Audre Lorde Dahomey
CD1-26 June Jordan In Memoriam. Martin Luther King, Jr.
CD1-27 The Last Poets Run Nigger
CD1-28 Lucille Clifton Admonitions
CD1-29 Nikki Giovanni Nikki-Rosa
CD1-30 Al Young A Dance For Militant Dilettantes
CD1-31 Michael S. Harper Dear John, Dear Coltrane
CD1-32 Michael S. Harper Rueben Rueben
CD1-33 Nikki Giovanni My House
CD1-34 Ishmael Reed Flight To Canada
CD1-35 Ishmael Reed Betty's Ball Blues
CD1-36 Sonia Sanchez Wounded In The House Of A Friend (Set. No. 2)
CD1-37 Sonia Sanchez Song No. 2
CD1-38 Al Young A Poem For Players
CD2-1 Wole Soyinka Muhammad Ali At The Ringside
CD2-2 Etheridge Knight Hard Rock Returns To Prison From The Hospital For The Criminal Insane
CD2-3 Etheridge Knight The Idea Of Ancestry
CD2-4 Amiri Baraka Bang Bang Outishly
CD2-5 Amiri Baraka Rhythim Blues
CD2-6 Amiri Baraka Shaazam Doowah
CD2-7 Colleen J. McElroy The End Of Civilization As We Know It
CD2-8 Lucille Clifton Cruelty
CD2-9 Lucille Clifton Lucy (Part 6)
CD2-10 Jayne Cortez Endangered Species List Blues
CD2-11 Wanda Coleman I Live For My Car
CD2-12 Wanda Coleman Nigger Rhythm Rhymes From The Blues Part Of Town (Pt. 4)
CD2-13 Al Young Lester Lips In
CD2-14 Quincy Troupe Poem For Magic
CD2-15 Nikki Giovanni I Am She
CD2-16 Marilyn Nelson Waniek Tuskegee Airfield
CD2-17 Yusef Komunyakaa Facing It
CD2-18 Yusef Komunyakaa Venus's-Flytraps
CD2-19 Ntozake Shange Rise Up Fallen Fighters (Okra Takes Up With A Rastafari Man/She Can't Hold Back/She Say Smilin)
CD2-20 Mbembe Milton Smith A Poem To Thrill The NAACP, Or A Black Family Moves To The Suburbs
CD2-21 Gwendolyn Brooks The Near-Johannesburg Boy
CD2-22 Gil Scott-Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
CD2-23 Ethelbert Miller* Helen
CD2-24 Ethelbert Miller* Helen And Martha
CD2-25 Ethelbert Miller* Martha And Helen
CD2-26 Ethelbert Miller* 1962: My Brother Richard Returns From The Monastery
CD2-27 Rita Dove Shakespeare Say
CD2-28 Rita Dove After Reading Mickey In The Night Kitchen For The Third Time Before Bed
CD2-29 Rueben Jackson* Jamal's Lamentation
CD2-30 Rueben Jackson* Self Portrait, 1988
CD2-31 Allison Joseph Barbie's Little Sister
CD2-32 Kevin Young The Slaughter
CD2-33 Anthony Butts Nocturne
CD2-34 Public Enemy Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos
CD2-35 Tracie Morris Project Princess
CD2-36 Saul Stacey Williams* Ohm
CD2-37 Carl Hancock Rux No Black Male Show

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Copyright (c) – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Mastered At – Multimedia Corp.

Credits

  • Art Direction – Hugh Brown , Maria Villar
  • Compilation Producer – Rebekah Presson Mosby, Ted Myers
  • Coordinator [Editorial] – Shawn Amos
  • Design – Maria Villar
  • Legal [Licensing] – David McIntosh , John Austin , Wendi Cartwright
  • Mastered By – Bob Fisher
  • Music Consultant [Compilation Consultant - New York] – Zoë Anglesey
  • Music Consultant [Compilation Consultant - San Francisco] – D Knowledge
  • Music Consultant [Compilation Consultant- Los Angeles] – Deep Red
  • Research [Editorial] – Daniel Goldmark
  • Supervised By [Editorial] – Vanessa Atkins
  • Text By ["Introduction" - "Stepping Into The Rivers Of Poetry: The Word's Power In The 20ᵗʰ Century"] – Rebekah Presson Mosby
  • Text By ["River Of Longing, River Of Song: How The Word Was Carried"] – Al Young

Notes

Double-folded cardboard sleeve with 52-pages booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 8122-78012-2 9