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Let my people go : a Jewish and African American celebration of freedom

Author: Jonathan Kligler, Rabbi.Reggie HarrisKim HarrisPete SeegerMatt Jones, (Musician); et al; All authors
Publisher: West Chester, Penn. : Appleseed Recordings, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Folk music : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents an analogy in song and spoken word between the story of the Jewish exodus from slavery in Egypt and the African American Civil Rights Movement.
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Genre/Form: Compact discs
Music
Songs and music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Kligler, Rabbi.; Reggie Harris; Kim Harris; Pete Seeger; Matt Jones, (Musician); Marshall Jones, (Musician); Sonny Ochs; Bill Vanaver; Livia Vanaver; Juanita Nelson; Tony Levin; David Sancious; Karen Levine; Ade Knowles, (Musician); Timna Kligler; LeVonn Brown; Joe Hammer; Ellen Jahoda; Chris Perry-Coons; Greg Artzner; Eric Byrd, (Musician); Mark Murphy, (Musician); Brian Melick; Woodstock Jewish Congregation (Musical group); et al
OCLC Number: 59155593
Language Note: Sung in English and Hebrew.
Notes: Compact disc.
Performer(s): Kim and Reggie Harris & Rabbi Jonathan Kliger with acc. musicians, including Pete Seeger, Matt Jones, Sonny Ochs, Bill Vanaver, Livia Vanave, Juanita Nelson, Tony Levin, David Sancious, Karen Levine, Ade Knowles, Timna Kligler, LeVonn Brown, Joe Hammer, Ellen Jahoda, Chris Perry-Coons, Greg Artzner, Eric Byrd, Mark Murphy, Brian Melick.
Description: 1 sound disc : dig., stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: B'chol dor va'dor = In every generation/ I'm on my way (4:11) --
Ha lachma anya = This is the bread of oppression (2:13) --
Avodim hayinu = Slaves were we (1:31) --
In the Mississippi River (4:02) --
Remembering Phil Ochs (1:06) --
What's that I hear (5:02) --
The new colossus/ Give me your tired, your poor/ Motherless child (4:05) --
Democratic National Convention 1964 (7:06) --
Mah Lecha Ha'yam = Sea, why do you flee (3:11) --
Man come into Egypt (3:24) --
Ilu Finu = Were our mouths oceans of song (4:46) --
Let my people go: story of an activist's life (6:10) --
Freedom Road (4:24) --
I have a million nightingales (5:06) --
Venomar Lefanav = Let us sing a new song (2:18) --
We shall overcome: evolution of a song (3:13) --
Ani ma'amin = I believe/ We shall overcome (5:35) --
I won't turn back (4:42).
Responsibility: Kim and Reggie Harris & Rabbi Jonathan Kliger ... [et al.].

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Presents an analogy in song and spoken word between the story of the Jewish exodus from slavery in Egypt and the African American Civil Rights Movement.

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